As we head into summer, it’s time to take a look back at the best games that arrived in May. Our list is highlighted by If Found, an unique interactive novel about searching for a connection. See what else made the list.
Searching For Connection
Players will read through and erase the diary of Kaiso, who is returning to her family home in Ireland.
Keep the Warehouse Running
In Wilmot’s Warhouse, you’ll play as the title character who needs to keep the area in great shape. You’ll have to organize and arrange all of the different products arriving so you can quickly find them when orders start coming in.
Help a Boy Lost in a Coma
In the game, you’ll play as Peet who wakes up from a coma and is unable to find his girlfriend. He starts to investigate and finds the shocking truth. He’ll have to explore six levels and fight through monsters, blood-thirsty grownups, and more with just a trusty baseball bat.
A Strange Journey
The puzzle adventure features simple and accessible interactions. You’ll play as a girl named Willow who just wants to mind her own business. But she is transported on a journey to a network of strange planets with a unique inhabitant.
Don’t Go Boom
The game features more than 20 levels of increasing complexity to showcase your bomb-defusing skills.
Hit the Streets
The street racer is all about winning a car collection of your dreams. There are a wide variety of different vehicles, all the way from classic muscle to modern marvels.
Take a Trip Beyond Wonderland. In the game, you’ll need to find where the evil red queen banished your friends by solving a number of different puzzles.
Hit the Track
The popular KartRider racing series is making its way to the App Store with the new KartRider Rush+. You can race to victory on more than 45 different tracks like London Lights or the freezing Shark’s Tomb.
A Board Game Comes to Life
You’ll have to scavenge the town for resources, weapons, and clues to battle the invading creatures. There are four different hero types and unique styles and weapons to select from. To save the town, you’ll need to rescue civilians. The procedural game tiles will give you a unique town to play ever session.
With Sporcle Party, you can host trivia parties with up to 25 players. The other players can be in the same room or across the world. They just need to install the app and know the game code.
Explore Two Parallel Worlds
Alter is a tile-based puzzle adventure. You’ll take the role of Ana who takes a journey to a lost desert temple with mysterious powers. Players will solve intricate door puzzles to unlock the next level.
A Juicy RPG
In the game, plants begin to climb up the food chain. And the humans begin to fight back. You’ll be tasked with exploring an unknown region full of fighting fruits. To succeed, you will fight back with various (and sometimes bizarre) equipment and the chance to upgrade with resources scattered along the way.
Try to Stay Alive
Jinks is a one-touch and fast-paced games. There are no levels or limits, just try to avoid squares by tapping the screen and moving to a new location.
Exploration, Combat and RPG
You’ll try to conquer all of the towers while battling against monsters along the way. To help, you can gain weapons and hundreds of pieces of armor and weapons. Thanks to endless variation, no game will be the same.
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