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 →

Shantae, You Stay.

By Zatheera, 10 May 2016 I had the opportunity to review “Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse” which was  both published and developed by WayForward Technologies. It’s a platform game, which reminds most people of Metroid and Castlevania, but brought me back to the days of playing Kid Icarus on the classic Nintendo during my childhood... Continue Reading →

Ark: Patience Evolved

By Zatheera, 01 March 2016 An Impromptu Feature Piece of Ark: Survival Evolved Ark: Survival Evolved is an action adventure multiplayer game by Studio Wildcard, which can also be played in a single-player mode. It is a truly masochistic game, and I say that with love in my heart. For those that like to PVP, I’d... Continue Reading →

Kôna You Handle This?

By Zatheera, 23 February 2016 Kôna:Day One - Beta Demo Review Kôna is a game by Parabole which is described as an episodic, atmospheric survival-adventure that takes place in Northern Quebec during the 1970s. Obviously, this game was meant to be reviewed by the token French Canadian of the Sticky Bunton team - me. Disclosure:... Continue Reading →

Mesoamerican Battle Bots

By Engi, 23 November 2015 I'm going to let readers in on a little secret of how I decide what games to review. I watch a lot of youtube videos and if something seems fun, I dive into it. This is no different for Mayan Death Robots. I had first heard about the Sileni Studios... Continue Reading →

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