I and Me is a charming puzzle-platformer from Ratalaika Games. The focus of this title is controlling two cats simultaneously while they both complete the same action. Let’s take a look in this I and Me Nindies review.
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Mario and Rabbids, two worlds that have no business interacting with each other in the same game; at least, that’s how most people described Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle leading up to its release. I was one of those people, cringing every time Rabbid Peach stopped everything to take a selfie. I firmly believed the mild, conservative Mario universe couldn’t mix with the obnoxious Rabbid culture. Surprisingly, Ubisoft proved me wrong.
Actually, I had no intention in picking Kingdom Battle up — Rabbids have never been my favorite. However, after watching previews and trailers, I realized this wasn’t another Mario CD-i but a potential high-quality game. Of course, this sort rhetoric is not terribly original; in fact, go to any blog or YouTube channel, and they’ll tell you how their distaste for the crossover turned into love and admiration. Oddly enough, this reaction seems to be pretty universal.
But, I can’t help it; this is an amazing game.
Levels+ is a fun puzzle game that is the first of its kind on the Nintendo Switch. If you’re a fan of mobile titles like 2048 then this game will definitely fit your puzzle needs. Let’s take a look at this game in this Levels+ Nindies Review.
I really like Fire Emblem gameplay. It’s a ton of fun and very demanding of your attention. So when I heard there was another game that was full-on turn-based RPG goodness on the Nintendo Switch, I jumped at the chance to play it. So is Disgaea 5 Complete fun? Or is it just another JRPG to throw on the already mountain-sized pile of mediocre RPGs? Let’s find out in this Disgaea 5 Complete review.
forma.8 is a Metroidvania style exploration game involving a floating drone collecting energy for a space craft in hopes that you may save your civilization. Will this game be able to satiate my hunger for explorative adventures? Or will it make me cry like the announcement of Hey Pikmin? Let’s find out in this forma.8 review.
The Switch library keeps on growing. While the big AAA titles seem a little lacking, the indie, or Nindie, support is phenomenal. Ironcast is the newest addition to that Nindies library, offering a game genre I’m sure we’ll see more of. Of course, the developers Dreadbit’s take on the puzzle genre is certainly not typical; in fact, it’s one of the most interesting takes on the genre I’ve played.
Dreadbit describes Ironcast as a turned-based strategy game, but I don’t know if I’d call it that exactly. Sure, it involves thinking and strategy, but it acts more like a match-three puzzle with strategic and RPG elements. However, that’s not to say it’s a bad game. Aside from a few omissions, Ironcast offers a thrilling Steampunk experience that Bejeweled lovers will enjoy.
If you’re looking for a fun Zelda-esque game to play on the go, I’d recommend taking a look at this, our Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas Nindies Review. Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas is an action adventure game developed by Cornfox & Bros. It focuses on a boy protagonist’s quest to find his lost father and defeat the sea monster, Oceanhorn.