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Kingdom Shell Review

Kingdom Shell is a 2D platformer with pixelated graphics created by the aptly named Cup of Pixels, a solo indie developer in Türkiye.The magical barrier protecting the realm, the "kingdom shell," has been destroyed, allowing a flood of demons in from the outside. Elias, a half-breed with the blood of those same demons flowing through his veins, has been summoned from his imprisonment to help save the kingdom with the offer of freedom as his reward. As Elias, you journey through the land, fighting demons and learning about the kingdom's inhabitants, including information about your own past.The game is spent exploring

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Elderand Review

Elderand is a 2D RPG platformer with a classic feel. Using pixel art to depict a world of gruesome horrors, Elderand sets a nostalgic vibe reminiscent of the gothic games of old.You play as a mercenary who has been summoned to the realm of Elderand in order to eradicate the tyranny that permeates it. Landing as the sole survivor of a shipwreck, you venture out to explore this ominous and unfamiliar land.Throughout the game, you explore a single map, which spans through several regions of Elderand, each with its own distinct characteristics and enemies. The land is filled with pixelated monstrosities

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Grime: Colors of Rot Review

Grime: Colors of Rot is a Metroidvania and Dark Souls blend with a slight case of the munchies. While you won’t turn into the creatures that you absorb, in Kirby fashion, you do get to use weapons made of living creatures, with some impressive results. A true challenge with some incredible boss fights to keep you on the edge of your seat, this is an unforgiving platformer that deserves an attentive look by every lover of thrilling action games and… rock creatures.Rolling StonesGrime: Colors of Rot comes with the original game and free DLC released in November 2022, adding a new

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