You have ten seconds to defeat a large bird. This is ridiculous. I can’t stop playing it. Why is it good? Aaargh! Condor!
An evil god inhabits this challenging puzzle game and, frustratingly, messes with its formula out of total spite.
Clyde’s Adventure‘s unexpected, almost uncharacteristic viciousness may speak to those who find playful ridicule motivating.
Go inside a void of glistening lights, created by its programmer as a personal place to be alone. You can explore it if you can control it. Maybe we’re not supposed to play this.
Hilariously frustrating but never hopeless, this indie Mac physics game revels in losing control.
Easy-to-use game creation tools let novice game designers make fanworks like Legacy Of The Golden Hammer, one part Mario game and three parts out-of-control action movie written by a teenager.
Life & Death accurately simulates the stress and challenge of hospital work. Not for the faint of heart or those easily deterred by a steep challenge.
The office-themed gloss atop this punishing dungeon crawler is both its most fun and most confusing quality.
Developer Steve Moraff’s exacting personality shows through in this tough, peculiarly designed puzzle game that’s also an ad for his band.
Racing through this game’s namesake tunnels is a tough, wavering thrill, and it mostly ignores the extra complications thrown on top.