Here goes my first reviews ever. They're probably a bit short. Sorry. Okay, so I spent the last 2 hours on Tower of 1000(?) Floors. It's like Children of Mana. I think it's awesome. Like, a 4.5/5 or something. Yes, it has some minor bugs (like the bosses changing sprite on touch. And whenever I flee, the enemy-party gains 1 member before it disappears. Stuff like that.) but overall I enjoyed spending my two hours with the game. And I didn't even make it to floor 10, but that's probably my fault. You are a... guy who has to clear the floors of the tower from demons by doing various things. Sometimes you have to make it to the door in less than 100 Steps, sometimes you have to lighten all the candles, sometimes you have to defeat all the enemies or a boss. The floors are randomly generated. By clearing the floors you gain money, but also stones and wood. With the stones and wood you can go back to the outpost and build houses like an inn to heal up, a blacksmith to buy weapons, a church to recruit an Acolyte (He can heal. That's useful. Trust me.). I think this game is very reccomendable and very underrated. Another game I played yesterday was Listen. The Story about living and dying is nicely done. It's not as epic as "To the Moon", but you wouldn't expect that, right? The story can be split in 3 parts, and in each part you get to solve a puzzle. They can be tricky, but I guess if they weren't tricky I'd be bored. I think what stands out most about this game ist the atmosphere. They put a lot of work into that and it surely pays off. If you're all in for a sad story, great atmosphere and some puzzles, this is worth a shot. It's just a pitty that it seemed rather short, but that's due to the 1h rule... So, I'd give it a 4/5.