The prospect of a cyberpunk RPG seemed a lot more appealing before CD Project’s hugely anticipated Cyberpunk 2077 launched with a catalogue of glitches and flaws, but you shouldn’t let that put you off Abysswalker, a visually impressive, neon-soaked, post-apocalyptic RPG from 9SplayDeveloper.
Interestingly, this is the second hand-drawn game we’ve covered in two weeks. This time we’re looking at Inked, an isometric puzzler with visuals based on ballpoint pen drawings.
Lyxo has one of the simplest premises going. All you have to do is deflect light towards a target using a series of reflective surfaces. Somehow, developer Smoak has managed to wring 87 increasingly difficult levels out of this concept.
Wordsmyth is a Boggle-sequel word-game with a small but meaningful twist: there’s no timer. This means you can dip in and out all day, slowly excavating the 3×3 grid of letters until you’re satisfied that you can’t go any deeper. It’s pretty, too, with a range of meditative, unassuming backdrops to accompany your word-foraging.
“Why did Little Red Hood lose herself and kill friends because of jealousy?” It’s a good question, and not one we can hope to answer in this short paragraph. You’ll just have to play Sin Tales, a new fairytale-based RPG from T-T-Play. And while you’re at it you can find out “What kind of betrayal made Dorothy completely sacrifice her original self?” Sounds bonkers.
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There are some more involved experiences, however, such as the eagerly anticipated Warhammer: Odyssey, albeit in soft launch form – and fairly bug-ridden soft launch form at that.
Sin Tales, meanwhile, just looks odd.
Greedy Cats: Kitty Clicker
Greedy Cats is an unimaginative but absolutely bombproof gaming concept. Brought to you by casual supreme Pick, it’s a colorful, self-aware clicker in which you tap the screen to make a variety of cute cats stuff their faces. The more you tap, the more fans you add to your kitty’s audience, in turn spurring them on to eat more. It can’t miss.
We don’t always think of a game being out when it’s merely in soft launch, but this soft launch is different. Warhammer: Odyssey is available pretty much everywhere, meaning you can download and play it for free right now. The only problem is, you’ll have to deal with bugs and glitches if the initial user reviews are anything to go by.