1,041PekoponTASSat 9th Nov 2013 My top picks would be Gunman Clive, Carps and Dragons, and Dress to Play: Cute Witches Gunman Clive is a celebration of retro games. It takes a lot of ideas from old games, but in a way that feels like its paying tribute rather than stealing. It also has more replay than most people realize since the speed run goals are never mentioned anywhere in the game or e-manual, so most people never even know about them. You'll know if you've beaten a target time if you have a little star next to your top time. These add a lot more replay, and also make the game a lot more challenging. It's a lot like Mighty Flip Champs where you haven't really played the game until you aim for the top times, since it makes the game entirely different than if you were just playing normally. A very good game, and well worth the 2 dollars. Just be warned if you're expecting NES style difficulty, you won't get that here. Gunman Clive pays tribute to retro games while getting rid of the unnecessary difficulty of those games. It's challenging, but not in a bad way like a majority of NES titles. Carps and Dragons is a very simplistic top score chaser, where you catch fish in a net. Initially it seems pretty brainless, but as you get to later stages, you'll find that you need to be more accurate than you thought, or else you'll get a game over and have your top score set back to zero if you choose to continue. It also has really charming main characters, (two happy-go-lucky old geezers who just want to catch fish and play the banjo) great audio (both music and sounds) and is very addictive. Just stay away from challenge mode, as its really not that great. Your mileage with the game may be different than mine, but so far I've gotten 8 hours of play time for five dollars according to my activity log. Dress to Play Cute Witches is a very charming endless runner game, and if you've ever played a DSiWare game called "Gaia's Moon", you'll appreciate Cute Witches. While not particularity difficult or complex, it's a great game to play a few rounds of before bed or while waiting for your food to cook. It can get pretty intense later on too, as it becomes a test to see how long you can keep your run going, which can often be a really long time once you get good at it. While I'm sure most people won't get as much play time out of it as I have, I've logged 10 hours according to my activity log. It's not for everyone, but fans of Kirby won't be turned off by its cuteness, and those looking for something cheap and simple to play will enjoy it. No matter what the game is, try your best to find enjoyment in it for whatever reason. Sometimes a bad game just needs a bit of a shot to the arm with the imagination of a goofball :).