We recently ran a poll on our blog for you all to vote for your favourite Playism-released game of 2016. You all responded and we got some great results!!
So without further delays! Here are the top 5 winners:
The most recent addition to the Playism family has received the Bronze award!
“Angels of Death” follows the psycho horror story of Ray and Zack as they attempt to escape the world they are in.
Where are they? What is going on? Without knowing the answer to so many questions, they have no choice to trust each other and push forwards for their own personal goals.
The exciting and popular shooter, Assault Android Cactus, has won the Silver award!
Assault Android Cactus is an arcade style twin stick shooter set in a vivid sci-fi universe. Junior Constable Cactus is outside her pay grade when she responds to a distress call and ends up stranded on a crippled space freighter under attack by its own robot workers.
The adorable and popular RPG LiEat has received the Gold award!
LiEat is the classic story of a vagabond and his dragon protege traveling a curious world, buying and selling secrets, all the while trying to uncover the truth about themselves. Along the way, they’ll discover a web of hidden mysteries, meet a variety of colorful characters (including other dragons) and learn about the past events that brought them to where they are today.
The exciting release this year, the remake of The Silver Case, took the Platinum award!
The Silver Case follows a string of mysterious serial killings that plague the city.
The detectives of the 24 Wards Heinous Crimes Unit have their eyes on one man: Kamui Uehara, legendary serial killer and assassin of a number of government officials 20 years prior in the now-famous “Silver Case”. However, nobody knows the true identity of Kamui.
The hugely loved and challenging Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight has taken the Diamond award!!
Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight explores a cursed land in decline. Evil spreads, the dead rise, and corruption reigns. Hope is but a faded memory for all but one, a priestess named Kaho from the village of Lun. An audience with her majesty, the queen, would surely save the land–but time is short and each night darker than the last.