TechRaptor

Great Games You May Have Missed

This list features games you may not have played or heard of, but we think deserve some more recognition.

The Little Acre
Recommended December 21, 2016

The charm of the story and the gorgeous animation work make it worth the time to visit.

$12.99
JumpJet Rex
Recommended June 23, 2015

A great speedrunner that does the little things right and plays to a certain style of charm.

$9.99
Stardust Galaxy Warriors: Stellar Climax
Recommended August 31, 2016

Stardust Galaxy Warriors takes classic SHMUP gameplay and spices it up with the addition of melee attacks and RPG elements.

$9.99
In Between
Recommended August 31, 2016

Mind-bending puzzles, a touching narrative, and fantastic voice acting make for a very moving game.

$11.99
Stairs
Recommended October 30, 2015

There are bugs, and the story's kinda weird, but the atmosphere is so perfect, you'll forgive it.

$12.99
Shutshimi
Recommended October 17, 2015

Shutshimi fails somewhat to swim against the current of other procedural games, but its unique charms are hard to argue with and its gameplay is solid.

-80%
$4.99
$0.99
Vortex Attack: ボルテックスアタック
Recommended August 9, 2015

While the graphics remind players of 2015 everything else in Vortex Attack takes them back to an 80s arcade and tests their skills with the best of them

$7.99
Metrico+
Recommended August 31, 2016

Metrico+ improves on everything from the original game simply by changing which platform it's on.

$13.99
Aviary Attorney
Recommended January 12, 2016

Despite a buggy and somewhat incomplete experience, Aviary Attorney is a unique game that boasts the funniest script seen for quite some time.

$14.99
Mimpi Dreams
Recommended April 5, 2016

It does a great job of integrating touch controls with traditional platforming and puzzle solving.

Free
Q.U.B.E: Director's Cut
Recommended August 23, 2015

The music and voice acting is great and puzzles clever. Glitches in the physics and difficulties in working camera angles and timing elements hurt it

$9.99
The Last Door - Collector's Edition
Recommended May 22, 2015

The Last Door marks another Kickstarter success being a dark, morbid, game, that is perfect for a quiet evening with the lights off.

$9.99
Let Them Come
Recommended October 13, 2017

Let Them Come is the ultimate turret sequence. The game blasts past expectations with simple arcade gameplay and a solid presentation that combines the best of 90s shooters with heavy synth beats.

$4.99
X-Morph: Defense
Recommended November 10, 2017

The cheesy style of dialogue and story is mixed with a feeling of masterful power as you navigate a beautifully constructed game world. This is a highly recommended experience.

$19.99
10 Second Ninja X
Recommended July 27, 2016

It may not look like much at first glance, but dig a little deeper and you'll realize that this game is quite the gem.

$9.99
Viking Squad
Recommended November 7, 2016

Viking Squad is one of those games that's both fun and challenging to play, doing beat 'em ups justice all the while.

$14.99
Between Me and The Night
Recommended February 22, 2016

Sometimes a game doesn't need a thousand endings, gimmicks, and symbols to tell a story that makes it all worth it.

-75%
$14.99
$3.74
UTOPIA 9 - A Volatile Vacation
Recommended July 8, 2016

A flawlessly-executed combination of roguelike design, twin-stick-shooter gameplay and tragicomic backstory.

$11.99
Shardlight
Recommended March 10, 2016

Although it has some minor flaws, Shardlight nevertheless stands out as an excellent point & click adventure that pays homage to its predecessors.

$14.99
Immortal Redneck
Recommended May 15, 2017

Learning from games both old and new, Immortal Redneck is a gameplay focused old school shooter at heart. Once you get up to speed, you'll have a tough time putting this excellent game down.

$19.95
2064: Read Only Memories
Recommended January 20, 2017

2064: Read Only Memories is a fantastic update to the original game that tells a noteworthy story with some great characters supported by mostly good voice acting

$19.99
Technobabylon
Recommended May 22, 2015

Technobabylon is definitely worth your time if you are into adventure games, or cyberpunk with engaging characters, puzzles and story!

$14.99
Hard Reset Redux
Recommended June 21, 2016

Hard Reset Redux remixes the original cyberpunk shooter in smart ways while still retaining what made it unique years ago.

$19.99
Assault Android Cactus
Recommended October 17, 2015

Fun twin-stick shooter with endearing characters. Grab a friend and unleash a fury of projectiles for the Genki Star!

$14.99
Gryphon Knight Epic
Recommended August 20, 2015

A fun, solid sidescrolling shooter. There's not a lot wrong with it, and we managed to have some good fun.

$6.99
Gary Grigsby's War in the East
Recommended October 17, 2015

While a fun and extremely deep simulation, the price tag & learning curve will restrict this one to the hardcore fans only.

$79.99
Tales from the Void
Recommended June 2, 2016

If you like classic sci-fi adventure schlock, this game may be what you're looking for.

$9.99
Big Pharma
Recommended August 27, 2015

Big Pharma takes the cake when it comes to games that can both be therapeutic to watch, while bringing the right level of infuriating difficulty

$24.99
Fuego!
Recommended December 8, 2015

Fuego is an fun game with two simple yet clever modes, but the empty online scene makes the game feel only half there.

$4.99
OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood
Recommended August 23, 2015

It was fun playing it, and it's a really appealing game in a lot of ways, but the input issues are a significant problem.

$14.99
TRON RUN/r
Recommended July 8, 2016

Tron Run/r is easily one of my favorite takes on the runner genre, even despite the occasional stumble.

$19.99
1979 Revolution: Black Friday
Recommended June 2, 2016

Part historical documentary, part video game, a solid foundation for a tension-filled story grounded in the reality of a confusing time.

$5.99
Road to Ballhalla
Recommended August 31, 2016

Road to Ballhalla provides fun levels and interesting ideas wrapped in an awesome soundtrack.

$14.99
World's Fastest Pizza
Recommended April 5, 2016

A quirky little roguelite from Down Under; minor gameplay issues and limited replayability mars an otherwise fun distraction.

$2.99
Industry Giant 2
Recommended October 17, 2015

Good addition for people who enjoy tycoon games. Well worth the cheap price.

$9.99
Tinertia
Recommended October 17, 2015

Tinertia is a love-letter to rocket jumping. If you're into that, it's a blast! If you aren't, Tinertia doesn't have much to offer you.

$11.99
Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor
Recommended October 15, 2016

An interesting exploration of blue-collar monotony with a macabre twist, Diaries Of A Spaceport Janitor begs to be explored and understood

$9.99
Legends of Eisenwald
Recommended August 9, 2015

Legends of Eisenwald's combat may disappoint some but its world, story, themes and characters will not, providing a good amount of content and fun!

$19.99
Skyshine's BEDLAM
Recommended October 17, 2015

Skyshine's Bedlam is a competent game with a lot of surface polish, but somewhat unsatisfying gameplay.

$19.99
Hyperspace Invaders II: Pixel Edition
Recommended October 17, 2015

A great shoot-em-up with a killer soundtrack and great art that draws you in and creates a unique and fun experience.

$4.99
Command: Northern Inferno
Recommended November 14, 2015

A polished, in-depth wargame, held back by a learning curve which approaches the severity of a right-angle.

$19.99
Kyn
Recommended August 23, 2015

Kyn is not a flawless game but is an interesting take on the topic of isometric RPGs. Worth taking a look at it.

$19.99
Jettomero: Hero of the Universe
Recommended October 25, 2017

Charming until the end, Jettomero is a gorgeous, if short, experience. It may be entirely too easy to blow through in an afternoon, but that afternoon will be filled with soothing music and style.

$12.99
The Magic Circle
Recommended July 18, 2015

A memorable trip into game design and development hell, The Magic Circle's only sin is that there isn't more of it to play around in.

$19.99
Master Spy
Recommended October 17, 2015

This game is good looking, has a good, but small sound track, and is hard as nails. For anyone who is a master spy or happens to hate themselves.

-80%
$9.99
$1.99
Deathtrap
Recommended April 6, 2015

If you’re looking for something to play with friends or others online, this is a great choice for you.

$19.99
Starward Rogue
Recommended March 10, 2016

Starward Rogue is a complete title and is worth playing if you are a fan of roguelike games.

$11.99
The Bug Butcher
Recommended April 5, 2016

The Bug Butcher is a great game with entertaining gameplay and neat weapons that is only slightly held back by longevity issues.

$7.99
Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap
Recommended May 15, 2017

Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap is a monster of a remake. It gives a fairly forgotten gem a profound buff to let its inherent charm shine through even brighter with gorgeous artwork and music.

$19.99
The Detail
Recommended July 18, 2015

The Detail Episode 2 - From The Ashes is a bit more challenging than its predecessor, but lacks some of the tensity and immersion of Episode 1.

$2.99
RIVE: Wreck, Hack, Die, Retry!
Recommended November 7, 2016

Featues some tight shooting and platforming with difficult and creative fights and some really entertaining and well-acted characters.

$14.99
Nelly Cootalot: The Fowl Fleet
Recommended April 5, 2016

Great aesthetic, witty and entertaining if a little simplistic in game design and difficulty.

$19.99
Koihime Enbu 恋姫†演武
Recommended June 21, 2016

An accessible anime fighter that focuses on spacing, fundamentally sound play and the Fatal Counter system.

$4.99
Heart&Slash
Recommended August 31, 2016

A fun third person roguelite that you will pick up to play a round and spend far too long trying to get just that bit further.

$14.99
Lumo
Recommended June 21, 2016

A classic game that stays up to date with modern tools. The game's charming adventure easily bridges the gap between retro and modern.

$19.99
Paranautical Activity: Deluxe Atonement Edition
Recommended April 6, 2015

This game provides an engaging & ever-changing shooter experience that borrows ideas from the past and freshens them up with sea-themed upgrades.

$9.99
Corpse of Discovery
Recommended October 17, 2015

An amazing looking "walking simulator" that has a few graphical hiccups, but overall left me with feelings of enjoyment.

$7.99
Slow Down, Bull
Recommended May 22, 2015

A cute and colorful game that oozes with a childlike charm. While it won't be winning any awards, it is well designed and an enjoyable game to play.

$1.99
Spectra
Recommended July 18, 2015

Spectra is solid with a twist on gameplay but lacking value in the length department

$7.49
Pictopix
Recommended April 15, 2017

Pictopix is a quiet and relaxing nonogram puzzler with plenty of challenging puzzles and the right amount of helpful hints for beginners.

$6.99
Guild of Dungeoneering
Recommended July 26, 2015

Guild of Dungeoneering is a fun roguelike that adds guild management, card battles, and other interesting mechanics into one package.

$14.99
Adventures of Pip
Recommended August 1, 2015

It's another pixel platformer that's solid in nature and has something to offer, but does misstep along the way.

$14.99
Angels with Scaly Wings
Recommended February 17, 2017

A decently well-written game that almost elevates its silly concept with a heavily interwoven narrative that makes creative use of multiple replays.

$9.99
Volume
Recommended October 17, 2015

This game is not bad by any stretch, it just might not hold your attention for long enough to get through it all.

$19.99
RONIN
Recommended July 18, 2015

While Ronin lacks in story, it excels with its combat system. Because of the enemy variety, player abilities and level layout, it is fun to play

$12.99
VIDEOBALL
Recommended July 27, 2016

Videoball manages to strip away all the unnecessary elements taking a minimalist approach and leaving an extremely refined end product.

$9.99
Gemini: Heroes Reborn
Recommended January 23, 2016

Gemini: Heroes Reborn provides players with a condensed combination of Bioshock and Portal that does more than just rehash, at least concerning gameplay

$4.99
Overfall
Recommended June 2, 2016

An incredibly challenging experience tempered by engaging gameplay and a beautiful, hand-drawn world.

$14.99
FORCED SHOWDOWN
Recommended April 5, 2016

FORCED SHOWDOWN combines TCG mechanics and roguelite action gameplay into an enjoyable arcade mix that will appeal to a wide audience.

$19.99
Conquest of Elysium 4
Recommended December 31, 2015

Conquest of Elysium 4 has a ton to offer. Incredible depth and hours of fun await anyone willing to invest some time into it.

$24.99
Magnetic: Cage Closed
Recommended June 11, 2015

Enjoyable and challenging for the first playthrough tweaking on the Portal formula; yet suffers when trying to explore the branching storyline.

$14.99
Deep Dungeons of Doom
Recommended April 6, 2015

Monster killing dungeon crawling fun with terrific art direction and surprising depth all built around a simple core mechanic.

$4.99
Darknet
Recommended October 18, 2017

Darknet is an extremely well-made puzzle game that continued to build upon its simple elements in smart and creative ways. If you own a VR headset then you'll want to dive into this.

$14.99
Raining Blobs
Recommended January 23, 2016

A fast paced puzzle game that builds on classic predecessors of the genre while adding it’s own flare.

$9.99
Luckslinger
Recommended July 18, 2015

A deeply fun and challenging platform shooter that mixes western and hip-hop aesthetics to create an extraordinary game.

$9.99
Wanda - A Beautiful Apocalypse
Recommended June 3, 2016

Wanda is overall one of the most beautiful, poetic, compelling, and masterful examples of the narrative potential of video games.

$1.99
The Deadly Tower of Monsters
Recommended January 29, 2016

It's a fun romp through the uncut commentary of an imaginary B-Movie.

$14.99
Rooms: The Unsolvable Puzzle
Recommended May 22, 2015

A cute little sliding puzzle game that's more well suited for casual players than intense puzzle solvers; Rooms: The Unsolvable Puzzle is beautiful.

$14.99
Pixel Galaxy
Recommended October 17, 2015

Pixel Galaxy is a fun game with dynamic gameplay and a solid design. It's almost impossible for colorblind players though.

$9.99
DiscStorm
Recommended October 17, 2015

Discstorm is a fun game to play with friends, but single player needs more love, characters could use more variation and some kinks could be ironed out.

$11.99
Hyphen
Recommended April 6, 2015

Hyphen is a simple game that should please fans of this kind of puzzle game but that simplicity may turn off many players.

The Metronomicon: Slay The Dance Floor
Recommended October 15, 2016

With a killer soundtrack, some fun mechanics, and quite a lot of content, The Metronomicon is a beat worth getting down to.

$19.99
Songbringer
Informational September 1, 2017

A rewarding sense of exploration drives this tribute to the 16-bit era. While its combat lacks precision, Songbringer is a very positive overall experience.

$19.99
Burly Men at Sea
Recommended October 15, 2016

Burly Men at Sea is a beautifully realized dive into Scandinavian Folklore.

$9.99
Shu
Recommended December 21, 2016

Shu's platforming is well made and intense, leading to a fun game that speed runners and casual platform fans alike can enjoy.

$9.99
A Wizard's Lizard
Recommended April 6, 2015

A Wizard’s Lizard is rather simple, but it’s really endearing. It’s not a revelation, but there are some smart ideas here which work really well.

$9.99
Joe Dever's Lone Wolf HD Remastered
Recommended June 23, 2015

An acquired taste for fans only, somewhat weighed down by design issues, but realizes a solid recreation of the books

$14.99
Arcana Heart 3 LOVE MAX!!!!!
Recommended October 30, 2015

A damn fine 2D fighter sadly let down by a lack luster port job and online issues.

$29.99
Convoy
Recommended May 22, 2015

Convoy's motor knocks and the suspension is a little stiff, but that doesn't stop it from being an enjoyable drive

$14.99
Hue
Recommended August 31, 2016

Fiddlesticks' Hue is a beautiful puzzle-platformer that questions reality and perception.

$14.99
Too Angry to Space
Recommended August 31, 2016

Too Angry To Space is a fun, challenging game that will make you work to beat it.

$4.99
Uncanny Valley
Recommended May 22, 2015

There is a lot to admire about Uncanny Valley. It does reconsider a lot of survival-horror tropes and do new things with them.

$9.99
Immortal Planet
Recommended September 1, 2017

An intriguing story and setting, well designed enemies and levels, a great art style and keen sense of musical direction all contribute to make Immortal Planet an excellent ARPG.

$14.99
The Count Lucanor
Recommended April 5, 2016

A thoroughly enjoyable survival horror title that can provide good scares and a great atmosphere.

$9.99
Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today
Recommended May 22, 2015

Dead Synchronicity makes a generally calm genre exciting and cleverly blends old horror and sci-fi tropes into a stylish new post-apocalyptic tale

$9.99
Out There: Ω Edition
Recommended June 23, 2015

Something fun and different for patient gamers or fans of FTL. A worthy and unique title with just a couple flaws

$14.99
Ring Runner: Flight of the Sages
Recommended April 6, 2015

Ring Runner: Flight of the Sages is an enjoyable top-down space shooter, with great in-depth customization and very few major flaws. Worth a play!

$4.99
Epistory - Typing Chronicles
Recommended April 5, 2016

I was constantly impressed with what the game threw at me, and it left me wanting more when I was done.

$14.99
Tooth and Tail
Recommended October 1, 2017

Tooth and Tail rebuilds the RTS genre with an easily accessible console-friendly design that retains the elements that make RTSs so much fun.

$19.99
Rogue Wizards
Recommended October 15, 2016

Rogue Wizards is a fantastic roguelike dungeon crawler that delivers fun and challenging gameplay with a mildly interesting story.

$14.99