Top PC Platform Games of All Time

Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top PC Platform games of All Time, a list of the best videogames, created from editorial reviews on the site. It's the perfect tool to find that great game you haven't played yet, or even to find a gem for a friend or loved one as a gift.

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  • 30.

    Another World 15th Anniversary Edition

    Unremitting and unkind, Another World constantly serves to remind us of how easy we have it these days. The original Another World was released in 1991, and wowed the gaming... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 29.

    DuckTales Remastered Review

    DuckTales Remastered

    A pleasant old-school platforming nostalgia trip, but also a massive pain in the ass... Just so you don't feel alone, yes, you're allowed to scream 'WOOHOO' at the... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 28.

    Action Henk Review

    Action Henk

    It's easy to like Action Henk. It does all the basic stuff well: simple to pick up, hard to master, fun, fast, colourful. Yet it feels like a fleeting interest. Action Henk feels like a game I've played before. A million reviews could... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 27.

    Prince of Persia: Warrior Within

    Warrior Within loses out by virtue of going for greater sales, yet some of the original magic remains for die-hard fans he most satisfying moments in a gamer's life are when they play something... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

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  • 26.

    Rayman Raving Rabbids

    Raving Rabbids is unlikely to be remembered as a classic when we look back at the Wii in five years time, but for now it's one of the better titles available and well worth a look. A major concern many people have over the future of the Wii is whether or... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 25.

    a boy and his blob Review

    a boy and his blob

    A Boy and His Blob is like a long walk on a Sunday afternoon: There's no rush because the beef's got at least another hour in the oven and the football won't be on for another two. I read Mean Machines. I played Super Mario Bros. 3. I even finished Teenage... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 24.

    de Blob 2: The Underground Review

    de Blob 2: The Underground

    It's children that will inevitably get the most from the experience, but like a Pixar film or any good cartoon, Blue Tongue Entertainment has created a game that appeals on two levels. Thinking about it, I probably should have told somebody I was colour-blind... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 23.

    Cloudberry Kingdom Review

    Cloudberry Kingdom

    A pleasant addition to any digital library, albeit a slightly overpriced one. As a man who actively supports others who dare to play through a game on... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 22.

    Sonic Mania review

    Sonic Mania

    It took two decades and change, but a team of developers has shown they understand what made the old Sonic games great with Sonic Mania, even if nostalgia is sometimes too much of a driving force. Sega had a winning formula with Sonic on the Mega Drive, but decided to... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

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  • 21.

    Tanglewood review

    Tanglewood

    Tanglewood presents you with a beautiful world to platform and puzzle through, and delivers a potent rush of nostalgia, but it's merit is tied inseparably to its hardware, and risks gimmickry. It worked. I knew it would of course, but, cradling the package on the bus... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 20.

    Sonic Mega Collection Plus

    An essential retro package for fans and newcomers alike - Sonic the Hedgehog remains as enthralling today as he did back on his initial release Who'd have thought it? Sonic the Hedgehog, unashamedly one of the 'old... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 19.

    Bee Movie Review

    Bee Movie

    Out of all the Pixar and Dreamworks games, Bee Movie Game is absolutely among one of the best, and would make for a brilliant Christmas present if you're looking to satisfy the kids. You might have noticed that this review looks slightly different to others... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 18.

    Toki Tori Review

    Toki Tori

    The touchscreen control mechanic might not sit so well with old school fans, but for newcomers with a patient disposition, Toki Tori is a real treat from the App store. At first glance Toki Tori looks like a less green, egg-shaped version of... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 17.

    Trine Review

    Trine

    Trine's combination of tight controls, exiting action and physics-based puzzles makes it easy to recommend to platforming fans. Each time I play a new 2D platformer, at least a part of me is hoping it's... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 16.

    Ms. Splosion Man Review

    Ms. Splosion Man

    By iterating on its most endearing property, Twisted Pixel has created a sequel that injects a fresh lease of life into both the platform genre and Xbox LIVE Arcade itself. Whatever happened to silly games? I'm talking about actual silliness as... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 15.

    Disney Universe Review

    Disney Universe

    Ultimately, Disney Universe constitutes the ideal family game. It's quick and simple, but has charm, character and inventive little puzzles galore. "Thank you for my birthday money. I spent it on two very good Harry Potter... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 14.

    Sonic Generations Review

    Sonic Generations

    The blue blur is back, and he's rocking the platforming world once again. For fans of Sonic and platformers alike, this is absolutely essential. To kids, Sonic the Hedgehog is the closest thing to a cartoon rock star the... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 13.

    Dustforce Review

    Dustforce

    Dustforce comes into its own after you've invested some time, transforming into a frantic and occasionally frustrating experience that manages to eke out repeat play. The rock-hard platformer has enjoyed something of a renaissance in recent... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 12.

    Rayman Origins Review

    Rayman Origins

    A passionate tribute to the days when platform games ruled the Earth, but beyond that, it's also one of the best examples of the genre we've had in recent memory. This review was originally published for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC,PC

  • 11.

    LEGO The Lord of the Rings Review

    LEGO The Lord of the Rings

    Lego Lord of the Rings is still a huge success that's wonderfully adorable and an absolute delight to play. You should never toss a dwarf, not unless you're very brave. Dwarves hate... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 10.

    Stealth Bastard Deluxe Review

    Stealth Bastard Deluxe

    Nasty, smart, and addictive, this is perfect for Vita. This year has seen a bit of a stealth renaissance, with games like... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC,PC

  • 9.

    BattleBlock Theatre Review

    BattleBlock Theatre

    BattleBlock Theater is here to do for puzzle platforming what Alien Hominid and Castle Crashers did for side-scrolling combat. If The Behemoth's two previous games proved anything it was that old... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 8.

    Cuphead review

    Cuphead

    There's definitely a point where it all becomes a bit too much, but Cuphead will best most games in how it looks and sounds, and defeating that boss that you once deemed unbeatable is glorious. Cuphead is difficult. Phew. I’ve said it — we can all relax now. It’s a game... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 7.

    Psychonauts

    Whether you own an Xbox, PlayStation 2 or PC, you'd be doing Tim Schafer and the whole team at Double Fine Productions a huge disservice if this wasn't part of your collection. Few games go through four years of development and two publishers, and come... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 6.

    Super Meat Boy Review

    Super Meat Boy

    Super Meat Boy is bright, huge, colourful, funny and painfully annoying. Super Meat Boy is one of the reasons I play video games. It's bright, huge,... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 5.

    Ori and the Blind Forest Review

    Ori and the Blind Forest

    The extreme highs carry Ori and the Blind Forest through to greatness if not quite flawlessness. Rarely is a game able to be so devilish in its gameplay yet so touching in its story. My heart was pounding like I'd just ran to catch the last bus home. A... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 4.

    Axiom Verge Review

    Axiom Verge

    Whereas many modern takes on classic retro genres fall foul of style over substance, this has been built with such skill that it doesn't need to rely on our annoying fondness of the past to impress. Confession time: I've never played a 2D Metroid game. I've only even played... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 3.

    Little Nightmares Review

    Little Nightmares

    Little Nightmares is frightening, in a way that gets under your skin. A way that whispers in your ear that you won't sleep well tonight. Little Nightmares takes things you were afraid of when you were a kid, and reminds you you're still afraid now. Little Nightmares is frightening. Not in a jump scare way, like turning a... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 2.

    Celeste review

    Celeste

    The challenging platforming and touching narrative of Celeste shape a surprise hit. In each of us, there’s this thing that chips away at our optimism, our... more

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  • 1.

    Ori and the Will of the Wisps review

    Ori and the Will of the Wisps

    In the beauty stakes and beyond, there are very few, in the rarefied realms of indie or AAA, who can challenge it. Beware the cute. The first moments of Ori and the Will of the... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC