If you’re willing to engage, Arranger is an enchanting distraction that’s worth enduring some rough edges.
As a nostalgia hit; it’s fine. As a game; it’s simply got too many flaws to recommend at the moment.
Seriously fiendish brain-teaser, but the variety dries up all too quickly, even if the number of levels don’t.
There’s replay value for its target market, but the means to challenge other people’s robots would be a huge improvement.
Enchanting aesthetics aside, Totem Runner is far too irritating to appreciate for more than moments at a time.
Despite excellent presentation, the core concept of Puzzle Saga doesn’t quite hold up, and you’re left with grinding to survive against tougher enemies.
Like the developer’s best creations, Heads-Up! Hot Dogs is the epitome of good, dumb fun.
Cute jokes and premise aside, Vampire Season’s ill-refined tower defense approach and cash-grabbing upgrade system fail to enthrall.