Today, on the Lookout Post, we're taking a look at an up-and-coming game developed by Alter Games and published by Daedalic Entertainment called Partisans 1941. In Partisans 1941, you explore WWII from the side of the Polish partisans - an occupation resistance movement on the Eastern Front. In this game, you discover how the story... Continue Reading →
Mystery Blogger Award! We got atagged by Meg!
So, Quietschisto dared to tag us for the Sunshine Blogger Award and I wanted to make a post about that one but then I got reminded that a certain geeky gal called Megan actually tagged me for the Mystery Blogger Award... in March! Oh no, we're super late! Meghan, thanks for the tag. I honestly forgot about it because... Continue Reading →
Indietail – Sir, You Are Being Hunted
It's getting colder. It's raining more. The nights are getting a bit longer... Autumn is coming - and with it: Halloween! (Unless you're in the land down under where it's Spring...? That place surely is magical!) Halloween's great! It's the time to bring out my horse mask, watch some trash horror movies and quite potentially play some... Continue Reading →
Indietail – Spellbreak
A while ago, I wrote a review on Hyperscape and actually recommended it. I mean, it was fun and felt like Quake, on top of being free-to-play. But then I stopped playing Hyperscape again since I wanted to play other games and when I came back to another round or two, I noticed how hard... Continue Reading →
Indietail – Kill It With Fire
Winter is coming... which means that it's springtime for spiders again. Usually, you see more in spring and summer, which is horrifying, but lately, I noticed that the heinous beasts love to get inside when it's cold outside. Hence, it's springtime... for spiders... in Germany! It's been a while since we reviewed a title called... Continue Reading →
2020 hasn’t been that bad EA-wise
2020 wasn't that bad when it comes to indie titles that left EA. While the world is going to shits, the gaming industry pumped out a fair few titles. Hence I thought I should maybe write a piece about a few of the games that reached their 1.0 his year and that I really enjoyed... Continue Reading →
Indietail – Outer Wilds
Today, I'm sharing my thoughts on Outer Wilds, a masterpiece of a game that gives you lets you explore a distant solar system and unravel its mysteries in a very satisfying manner!
The “How are you?” controversy and Fleeksie
Today a tweet by Twitch streamer "Fleeksie" blew up and went viral, causing a relatively one-sided discussion about small talk, streamer-to-chat-interaction and toxicity. I usually wouldn't write about this since it's just gonna pass after a day or two at max anyways but I thought it would be an interesting topic for a blog post.... Continue Reading →
Indietail – Occupy White Walls
Art is something that should be accessible to everyone… but it's a bit rough to get into. I don't know a lot about art but I do enjoy going to exhibitions and museums - and while I don't know a lot of the big names or techniques or epochs or whatever… I don't think that... Continue Reading →
Indietail – Best Friend Forever
Best Friend Forever is a dating sim/visual novel with management mechanics. You date cuties on woofr and take care of a nice woofer! Here's my review!
Humble Choice – September 2020
September's Humble Choice is out now and this one is somewhat tricky! The bundle contains a lot of games that I want to own... but also games that I already do own, so I'm still not sure what I'll do about this. I think what I'll do here is that I'll list the ten choices... Continue Reading →
Indietail – Try To Survive!
I don't usually play Horror games… and I don't usually play all that many FPS games either… but some games combine these genres quite well or have something special about them. Some games out there are able to provide a lot of fun and a big challenge with little to no effort and a rather... Continue Reading →