Wooderon Games of the Year 2018: #9

Yesterday, I said that I had a habit finding Indie darlings on the tail end of my list. Not to spoil anything, but this year proves to be no different. We’re so spoilt for choice when it comes to video games these days, that you could be perfectly happy only ever playing games out of smaller studios and never getting into the AAA, there are a lot of people who do just that.

Wooderon Games of the Year 2018: #9

Today I’m going to talk about a game I spoke about early in the year. I had to pick this game up when I heard who was developing it, despite it only being their second game. But even in writing this piece, I found myself with the itch go back and start playing it all over again. It’s a game I can see myself going back to over and over, just like I did with the developer’s first game.

Before I start talking too much and giving things away, I’ll do what I usually do build some tension by linking to my list so far before getting onto the main meat of the entry:

#10: Dead Cells

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