Ronin is a simple 2d pixelated platformer made with GameMaker: Studio. In it, you are a ninja who runs and jumps from building to building with a sword and a grappling hook in tow. Your objective is to kill people, and you get points for doing so as stealthily as possible. You can do all sorts of really cool moves such as hanging adversaries from the ceiling. If you are caught, though, actual combat is turn-based. Each turn, a red line denotes the trajectory of the bullets about to be fired, and each turn you must avoid them whilst trying to tackle and kill your adversaries. This game is huge fun and a great challenge to play, and that is all that needs to be said! You can download this game for free here.
Rymdkapsel is a minimalist isometric strategy game set in space. It's akin to a survival game in that your goal is to build up your base to survive waves of enemies with increasing difficulty. Just like games like Clash of clans, you build different buildings that accomplish different tasks, and you "train" more units to defend your base. Unlike Clash of Clans and similar games, though, Rymdkapsel isn't interested in keeping you playing all day. The game isn't going for detail and the developers instead opted for simple, beautiful, minimalist graphics. The game is singleplayer only, and you'll be done with one session in a few hours, because after around wave 40, the enemies become nearly impossible to beat. While this may all sound bad, these features all actually contribute to the meditative feel of the game. While in other strategy games, you may rage as your base is destroyed, this game maintains a calm atmosphere. For every minute of those three hours of play, your mind will be absorbed in the game, calmly thinking about your next move. This game is short but worth every minute, and for that, you should definitely try this game. This game is $1.99 on Google Play, $3.99 on the App Store, and $3.99 on Steam.