Ever want to know what it’s like to become a dictator, ruling over a banana republic? Then Tropico 6 may be right up your alley. Become your islands “El Presidente'” and either reign supreme as a ruthless dictator or take into account what your people want and need to be a honorable leader.
What do you get when you take the building and line clearing mechanics of Tetris and combine them with the mathematical placement of Sudoku? What you get is an oddly addictive game called TENS!
What do you give a bunch of anthropomorphic food some boomerangs and throw them into a random environment set out to kill one another? You get a delightfully fun game called Boomerang Fu. Here is our review!
Every once in a while, a game is made that goes beyond the typical adventure or puzzle model. These games take you on a journey of the mind. They teach you something. They help you see the world from a different point of view. One Person Story is that kind of game, and I highly recommend you check it out.
Back in the early days of the Wii, one of the games I played the most was Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz. It wasn’t one of the best games in the franchize, but I didn’t dislike it as much as others. So when I heard Sega was releasing an updated HD version for Nintendo Switch, I was excited. Unfortunately, it left me longing for the original.
Blazing Beaks is a rogue-lite, where you control one of eight birds in an effort to defeat monsters and unravel mysteries. While this is a great game, its ranging difficulty might keep some away.
Are you ready to go on a confusing but beautiful sci-fi adventure on your Nintendo Switch? That’s exactly what Trüberbrook will give you, as long as you can figure out the controls.
Check out our video review of Little Town Hero for Nintendo Switch.
Feather is a bird-simulation, where you fly around an island. That’s basically it. There are no enemies or any threats. So, should you spend your hard-earned cash on this game?
Death Squared has been a puzzler that has not only challenge me, but it has given my wife and friends some great opportunities to work together — because if we don’t, this game will quickly make us enemies.
Every once in a while, a game comes along that changes my idea of what a game can be. My Brother Rabbit puts you in a young child’s imagination in a point-and-click adventure that tugs on your heart-strings and provides some difficult puzzles to solve. I just wish it didn’t also frustrate.
Everyone once in a while, there is an RPG that draws me in just like the original Final Fantasy, Zelda, and Mana games. While I was not expecting it, Earthlock has become one of my favorite adventures in recent years.
While we have seen video games based on popular game shows before, I was excited to see Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy! packaged together in America’s Greatest Game Shows for the Nintendo Switch. Unfortunately, though, that excitement was quickly diminished once I began playing.
I’ve been a fan of the Bit.Trip games ever since the WiiWare days. I’ve since played Runner2, and I was excited that Runner3 was coming to Nintendo Switch. All this makes it hard for me to say it’s been a bit of a chore to keep going back to Runner3.
Do you remember that old game called Snake that was on basically every device known to man? Picture that same idea but on a sphere similar to one of the worlds in Super Mario Galaxy. Now instead of a snake, you are piloting a bear in a space suit competing against others. This is Astro Bears, and it might be something you want to pull out at your next game night.