Lucas Learning put together a decent Chu Chu Rocket-like game, dampening the inherent unlikeability of a Episode I tie-in game for kids.
The playful Street Shuffle paves over its missteps in taxi management through sheer likeability.
This game about packing luggage is a satisfying slice of everyday life where you get to take care of your stuff.
B-movie horror studio Full Moon Features at one point planned to release CD-ROM games and software. I found prototypes of their two titles and have released them into the wild.
Secrets are the primary language of TaskMaker, a Macintosh role-playing game that leans into its eccentricities.
This tiny minigolf game has problems. They don’t completely get in the way of its loving, low-rent charm.
A trippy piece of single-purpose novelty art software like The Groove Thing feels anachronistic today. It’s here to make groovy background art with full-hearted 90s aggression, and it does it well enough.
The cumbersome shooting mechanics of Three Point Basketball Deluxe don’t emulate basketball in a translatable way. At least the announcer delivers.
Time Warp seasons the Dr. Brain formula with historical action games that, while thematically sound, are arguably a step back in quality.
In the absence of a compelling story, character, direction, or gameplay idea, Tlön shares none of the unreal intrigue of the short story that inspired it apart from perhaps its art.