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!
Unpacking tells a story without telling a story and it's a game that lets you form a bond to some unknown character without actually introducing you. It's amazing!
Today we're taking a look at an incredibly unique simulation where you recover tapes - luckily with a turbo button! Enjoy my review right here!
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!
Carto is an adorable hand-drawn Puzzle-Adventure where you shape the world to create a path that reunites you with your grandmother! Here's my review!
Today we restore the colour of a world faded to shadow in Rainbow Billy: The Curse of the Leviathan!
Explore a lush forest, jump from floating island to floating island, catalogue plants, and brew a potion to cure the pandemic that is plaguing this fantasy world! Project Grove lets you do all that and so much more!
October is coming up and what better way to celebrate the spooky season than with a spooky game? Check out today's game as we feature a dark, mysterious and disturbing title that I'm really looking forward to!
OPUS: Echo of Starsong is possibly one of the best releases that came out so far this year! Check out my review here!
For today's review, we're checking out Lamentum, a Lovecraftian Survival Horror game set in the mid-19th century New England!
For today's review, I'm taking a look at a cool Celtic-inspired Action-Platformer called Clan O'Conall!
Today, I'm reviewing a title that everyone but me has played already. Check out my review on this turn-based RPG full of love, dogs and puns!
Today's first impressions are on a game called Lab Rat! This is a puzzle game by Chump Squad and I'm happy to have gotten some early access to the closed beta for this one!
Today's review is about GRIS, a beautiful puzzle-platformer about sorrow, grief and maybe even other topics...? Enjoy!
Today we're taking a look at a very surreal retro-inspired Adventure game with Mystery and Horror elements to it. Here's my review on Boreal Tenebrae!
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.
When there's light, there's darkness! Alas, let's bring shine light on Morkredd by reviewing it today!
Turn-based combat, chess pieces, and... permadeath?! Check out my post on Pawnbarian to see what that's about!
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!
Another interesting title that caught my eye during the Steam Game Festival (Summer Edition) was Cicle Interactive's "Automaton", which is planned to be released on August 3rd 2020! It's a Puzzle-Adventure set in a post-apocalyptic desert world where a small little robot ventures out in search for fuel. You explore abandoned bunkers, stations and other... Continue Reading →
Do you like trains? Do you like simulations? Do you like resource-management-puzzles? If this introduction reminds you of yesterday's post, then you'll probably realise quickly that we're reviewing Train Valley 2 today and that I'm still as uncreative as yesterday! Developer: Flazm Publisher: Flazm Genre: Trains, Strategy, Simulation, Puzzle, Casual Release Date: April 15, 2019... Continue Reading →
Trains are quite cool, aren't they? They look cool and they're fast and it's a disaster when they crash into each other and I lost my train of thought, so I'll just say that today we're taking a look at Train Valley, a casual train-sim-puzzle by Flazm! Developer: Flazm Publisher: Flazm Release Date: September 16,... Continue Reading →
There are all kinds of games out there with all kinds of presentations and premises. A lot of games in the Indie scene feature unique premises that may have not been explored all that much, just yet, and often also present us unique and interesting design choices that you either hate or love. Today we're... Continue Reading →
When I was younger I discovered a game called "Portal" and I just fell in love with it. It was one of the first "better looking" games that I played. The puzzles were interesting, the aesthetics were great, I loved the music, the humour was really dope and made me chuckle a lot, and I... Continue Reading →