A Fresh Breath (of the Wild)

Like many old school, die-hard Zelda fans, I've been waiting with bated breath for the release of Breath of the Wild. Unlike most fans, I tried to stay out of spoilers and gawking at every snippet. I didn't want to be TOO hyped when I got the game and be put off like I was... Continue Reading →

iO: Finding the Right Fit

By Zatheera, 17 February 2017 The abstract physics platformer iO is developed by Gamious’s ‘Team Extra’. It involves using your physics knowledge and basic logic skills to solve puzzles in interesting ways. Your aim is to manipulate the size of a matter defying ball to make your way through various puzzles and reach the green... Continue Reading →

Moon Hunters: Beautiful Bedtime Stories

By Zatheera, 26 November 2016 Moon Hunters: Beautiful Bedtime Stories I first spotted Moon Hunters at Pax Prime 2016 just as I was walking past their booth to go meet up with some friends on another floor. Kitfox games’ top down RPG caught my eye, so I paused to grab a card and make a note... Continue Reading →

Top Line/Bottom Line: Poly Bridge

By Michael Stoll 15 September 2016 Top Line: Poly Bridge is a fun, challenging puzzle game tasked with the unfortunate task of following up the nearly identical Bridge Constructor. 3/5. Have you ever booted up a new game and felt like you’ve played it before? Chances are you have. Sometimes it’s because you actually have... Continue Reading →

Top Line/Bottom Line – Avernum 2: Crystal Souls

By Michael Stoll 09 August 2016 Top line: Avernum 2: Crystal Souls is a classic-style RPG with all of its skill and creativity dedicated to making dungeon mazes and none of it dedicated to making the game interesting. 1.5/5. The previous image is symbolic of my experience playing Avernum 2: Crystal Souls. You’ll notice, just... Continue Reading →

Subtly Submerged in Scenery

By Zatheera, 22 July 2016 When your planet looks a lot more like Waterworld and is populated with crazy coral creatures and various other wildlife, you’d think you were moments away from becoming some aquatic leviathan’s lunch. That of course, couldn’t be farther from the truth since Submerged is a combat-free game, created by the... Continue Reading →

Steredenn: In Space, is Anyone Retro?

By Pollockholmes 19 July 2016 At a first glance, Steredenn looked like a combination of Asteroid and Techno Kitten Adventure, but boy was I sure wrong! With it's 8-bit style and side scrolling gameplay, it would be easy to look at this game, go "Eh, it's just another 'retro' game.", and continue on clicking through the millions of games... Continue Reading →

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