Two Point Hospital is a single player hospital management simulator made by Two Point Studios and published by SEGA. Your goal in the game is to try and build a successful and profitable hospital empire. Build rooms, place furniture and wacky machines, hire staff and cure every patient that walks through those hospital doors.
OneShot is a story rich puzzle game created by Future Cat LLC, and published by Degica in 2016. The game is $15 AUS and is only available on Steam. You are tasked with guiding a child to save the world by restoring its sun. This may just seem like a normal puzzle adventure with a furry cat protagonist, but OneShot does everything it can to differ from any other game.
Not everybody is familiar with flash games: what they were, where they have gone and why. Flash games do take up a spot in my heart, and I think it is important that they stay remembered forever.
FTL is a roguelike game set in space where you must manage ships and their crewmembers’ decisions. You play as one of the last federation ships, tasked to take down the rebel flagship and save the universe. Sounds easy enough, right?
Cats Organized Neatly is a relaxing puzzle game made by DU&I. Your main goal in the game is to fit cats into a box, without any of them overlapping.
Esports is a type of competitive gaming, usually done with multiplayer games where you can go up against opponents.
Nuclear Throne is a roguelike bullet hell game released in 2015 for $17 AUD, with your goal being to clear the level and make it all the way to the throne at the end.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (SSBU) offers a massive roster of video game characters, but some are more popular than others. Are some of the underrated characters really deserving of being underrated?
Babylon is ruled by Hammurabi, who excels in Science. They are really fun to play as, for every civic boost they get will instantly grant them the whole technology, making them speed ahead of everybody else.
Worms WMD is one of the newest entries in the Worms series. Does WMD live up to the series, or is WMD a fail at modernizing the 20 year old combat?