3 Up, 3 Down – March 2021
March 2021 was a relatively quiet month of releases, but that doesn’t mean that there wasn’t an abundance of interesting games. Let us take a look at three of the best and worst games of the month.
Kaze and the Wild Masks
Kaze and the Wild Masks is a side-scrolling platformer adventure game with an incredible art style that feels like an instant classic. In our review, we found that “Kaze and the Wild Masks merges elements from great games of the 16-bit era in order to create a fascinating 2D platformer.”
Maquette is a first-person puzzle game characterized by a mechanic in which you are larger as you move toward the center of the world and smaller as you move away, including a model of the world at the center. In our review, we found that “Even if a reflective journey through a complex relationship doesn’t appeal to you, the intricate world and it’s fascinating puzzles will surely have you hooked.”
One of the most popular roguelikes at the moment, Loop Hero allows players to expand their deck of cards to create a path for the hero. In our review, we found that “the battle for the fate of existence has never been so much fun.”