What better way to recover from a Thanksgiving meal than exploring a hostile environment in the aftermath of the apocalypse? Dysmantle lets you do exactly that without actually getting cold.
Swordcery is from Temple Door Games, a partnership between two former devs on God of War. You play as Colt, a rando dude trying to save the Earth by collecting magic swords that have been raining from the sky. As someone who barely survived golf ball-sized hail once, the mere thought of raining sword is enough for me to not want to leave the house.
All things supply chain and logistics are in the news lately, and on people’s mind way more than usual due to shortages and bottles necks in logistical chains due to fallout from the pandemic. What we kinda took for granted two years ago we’re learning was actually a well-oiled, but somewhat fragile machine that got us all of our needs and wants around the world.
Concept behind Graveyard Keeper is you, modern day person, end up worm food, but instead of meeting St. Peter you find yourself in the middle ages. By some weird twist, everyone thinks you’re the new keeper of the local graveyard and expects you to act accordingly.
First and foremost, this game is absolutely stunning. Everything is clearly hand drawn and there’s so much detail. From your little dude, to the enemies, to the killer backgrounds Imagination Overflow really outdid themselves on the art.
Once you grow up, one of the most hilarious things in movies in games is tiny children going into dangerous situations and coming out unscathed. I love the Goonies, but in reality Chunk probably should have become a hilarious corpse.
The demo isn’t very long, and currently just includes a short tutorial of the controls and a single fight. Controls basically come down to dodge, duck, and a couple type of punch. Pretty simple.