Today we're checking out a game called Goose Goose Duck that is basically "Among Us but with Ducks".
Scenes of Snobbery, Rudeness, Mass Murder! What kinda game could entail all of this? Find out in today's review!
Today, we're taking a look at Call of Myth, a Lovecraftian CCG by Kadath studio that is coming out soon! Strap on and don't get driven insane as we try to play our cards right!
Can you survive 1000 rooms of cute terror? Or will you break once the cuteness starts to fade off and you're running for your life from the unspeakable hideous beings that shake and writhe in bowels of this house? They wait for you, they wait and hunger for meeting you. They long to finally meet you and show you how flexible your skin can be after it has soaked in blood. Will you brave this journey, will you set to beat the impossible, the insane, and the incorporeal?
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 →
For the past couple of days, I've been playing Viridi while working on different stuff, which was quite relaxing. Suddenly, an epiphany came to me as I had a very good idea involving different bloggers... and these plants. But first things first. What is Viridi? Viridi is a chill free-to-play game that I'd like to... Continue Reading →
Hyper Scape is apparently "the new shit". Though developed by Ubisoft, it seems to become rather popular as it introduces interesting mechanics to the BR-game genre. Here are my thoughts on it so far. It's a fast-take and less RNG-dependant take on the BR-genre and while I personally am not a fan of Ubisoft or... Continue Reading →
Honestly, I've been staring at this blog post for way too long and no introduction that I could make up would be better than the description that Simon Boxer, Reuben Covington, Andrew Kasapidis, Abby Synth, and Jessi McNally came up with. What's that about, you may ask? Well, I'll quote it in a bit. After... Continue Reading →
In today's Indietail review, we're taking a look at The Plan – it's a short free-to-play Indie Game that I played ages ago and that I liked back then. Just now I started it up again and I just like it all over again. It's by Krillbite Studio who also made Among The Sleep and... Continue Reading →
In today's Indietail, we're looking at a short relaxing eco-system-management-game that is called Among Ripples. In this game, we control a pond's ecosystem by adjusting the oxygen levels of the water, adding new creatures into the pond and seeing what happens. Developer: Eat Create Sleep Publisher: Eat Create Sleep Genres: Free to Play, Casual, Simulation,... Continue Reading →