An interesting blend of FPS and tower defense. Seems geared toward multiplayer, and probably fun in that aspect. Novel controls - easy once they're familiar. Flaw with anti-aircraft guns - they all shoot at the same target, needs better AI for that.

Anomaly: Warzone Earth [Steam store page]
A tower defense role-reversal where you control the attacking units. It lacks the ability to stop or reverse your units, leaving you to determine the route and do repairs and special abilities. A bit unforgiving, requiring no casualties on normal.

A point and click with an ethereal feel, but not as high quality as Machinarium. It's fairly easy to get stuck, and there isn't a hint button - which leaves you hunting for random clickable items.

Steel Storm: Burning Retribution [Steam store page]
A nice twist on the classic arcade top-down shooter. Similar mechanics of power-ups, but with complicated maps, mission objectives, and the ability to move in any direction. This is retro done right - worth playing.

While this is a much cleaner game than And Yet It Moves, I am left wishing for better control granularity. In certain areas a mouse control scheme would reduce the number of deaths immensely. Luckily the checkpoints are frequent and lives unlimited

Atom Zombie Smasher [Steam store page]
Fairly easy on default, yet nearly impossible to win without using the chooser or combatant modifier - since it often gives you a poor selection of mercenaries. The balance could use a bit of work, since chooser lets you faceroll - but overall fun.

Hammerfight [Steam store page]
I love the concept of flying ships with flails and hammers doing battle - but having to constantly rotate my mouse to swing my hammer is tiring at best. Theres also a ton of unnecessary text/story when the gameplay speaks for itself.

Crayon Physics Deluxe [Steam store page]
The concept is interesting but the puzzles are super simple - though you can get extra stars (points) by finishing them in overly-complex ways. Would have been cooler if drawing shapes spawned objects like in Trine (with more variety)

This nicely polished sliding puzzle game is fun yet challenging. Solving the levels in the correct amount of moves is simple, but the time limits are amazingly difficult if you choose to attempt them. A huge amount of different levels to complete

And Yet It Moves [Steam store page]
While the concept is interesting, I find it rather annoying in practice, especially the way you stay at freefall speed even when you flip the world. This means if you flip the world while you're next to a wall you instantly kill yourself.

Plants vs. Zombies GOTY Edition [Steam store page]
A fairly relaxing arcade game - while repetitive it can get tough on the endless levels, especially right before each of the endless achievements. Would be nice if the game remembered your choice of plants between levels

Spiral Knights [Steam store page]
The graphics are cute and the game seems potentially fun, but it lags incredibly bad on my PC - and I'm not sure if it's a problem with the game itself or their servers coping with the player load. Regardless, unplayably laggy even when moving.

Fairly fun indie game, though I wish the Princess Rush game mode didn't allow players to steal from each other - it changes the tone a bit. Aside from that it's a surprisingly difficult, yet enjoyable play. Does suffer from some crashing issues.

Minecraft in 2D, but with good combat and bosses. You can make a large variety of weapons and potions, and there are sky islands, dungeons, and the underworld to explore. The 1.1 update adds tons of content and improves the game considerably.

A truly great puzzle platformer! Fun yet relaxing, this game has good graphics and three different characters - each with unique abilities. You can switch characters at any time using number keys, using their abilities to progress through the level

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