Hop through the gate, into the dungeon and fight Gobballs and other monsters in a Wakfu-inspired Roguelike-Deckbuilder!
Whateverland makes you really question where Vincent is trapped in this game or whether the game is trapping the player.
It's 3600 CE. Humanity tries to live in harmony with nature and you as a player embark on a journey for your rite of passage.
In space, tech support can't hear you scream - but if you're stuck, you can at least ask the Tin Can discord team for help, apparently.
After being abandoned in an anomaly zone in Siberia, you need to survive the cold, the scarcity of resources, and whatever is lurking in the shadows over there. Expedition Zero has an interesting premise but does it hold up to it after all?
Time-Travel is hard to pull off correctly and even though I wanted to like it, Twelve Minutes fails to make the concept of a time loop enjoyable. See here as to why!
Toy Tinker Simulator is a game where you repair toys and open up your own museum... eventually. More on that here.
Today, we're checking out the demo for The Bonfire 2, a minimalistic survival-strategy-game that makes the same mistakes as its prequel.
Tunche is a 2D-Brawler with Roguelike mechanics set in Peruvian lore but while the concept is interesting, the game fails to deliver due to a lot of grinding.
Today, we check out a game that is all about perspective and reality! Superliminal is great as an idea but sadly struggles on the technical side of things but more on that here!
Today, I talk about my first impressions with Endlight... and I'm honestly not a huge fan of it so far. See here why!
Today we're checking out a game called Goose Goose Duck that is basically "Among Us but with Ducks".
Today, we're taking a look at Skjoldur Story, an Adventure-Puzzle game in the vein of Zelda that takes a bit too much inspiration.
Those of you that are a bit advanced in your age may know those old hard-boiled detectives or cops in older crime shows where the protagonist has to take care of cases by the lawbook but in the end uses his own methods to find the culprit. People in my age group may know Brooklyn... Continue Reading →
It was another rainy day when she walked in like the Great Depression. She was a blonde that would make a bishop kick out a stained glass window. In a situation like mine, one only grows fond of moments like these when trouble approaches and you feel the thrill of breaking out of your daily... Continue Reading →