I’ve been a huge fan of the “Kingdom” games ever since the first game came out. At the time, it honestly felt innovative almost in its approach with the Pixel Art Sidescroll aesthetic – something that Lakeside has going for it as well – and its Colony Sim and Strategy elements. And eventually, Kingdom New… Continue Reading →
This year’s GamesCom is just around the corner – and both the Indie Arena Booth and I will be there!
Dome Keeper is an interesting Roguelite game all about Mining, Time Management and Survival! Check out my thoughts on it right here!
Another month means another Choice and wowee, this one in support of The Trevor Project is incredibly great!
Another month means another choice and this one’s a very good one! Read up on my impressions of this month’s Humble Choice!
This year’s GamesCom (fully digital btw) didn’t really excite me all too much. Sadly, we got no news regarding Endless Dungeon but all the more exciting announcements regarding other great Indie Games!
Today’s review is about Backbone, a game that isn’t exactly what it seems. Check out my review to find out more!
Steam Next Fest, the celebration of upcoming games, is here and showering us with way too many demos. Here are some more of the demos I played!
Today I watched a game show for the first time and it was actually the Summer Game Festival so here are games that I found interesting or “eh” or “AWESOME” and all that sorta stuff. Enjoy! :)
The last day of the Steam Game Festival is drawing near, and alas, here are the last few titles on my to-play-list for this event!
“Per Aspera ad Astera” – through hardships to the stars. Or so the saying goes but is overcoming challenges really all that’s needed to terraform Mars? Read more on Per Aspera over here!
So, today’s the last day of Blaugust and also the last post about interviews I did at the GamesCom! Today’s Stray Sheep features the devs behind Kingdom, Flotsam and Foundation. Three strategy games that I’m quite excited about! While Kingdom has been out for quite some time and while I’m a fan of it ever since the first game, which… Continue Reading →
It hasn’t been too long since we posted about our last look at Ring of Pain and there’s already been a new updated demo for it. The last version was V0.8.21 while this one (got updated today, again) is already at V0.8.36, featuring a complete stat-overhaul and some UI-improvements, item effect changes and other updates…. Continue Reading →