TNgineers' APICO is a well-designed beekeeping sim that actively supports beesaving charities around the world!
Indietail – Himno: The Silent Melody
Himno: The Silent Melody combines sandbox and roguelite mechanics into an intriguing game with a lot of potential. It may get challenging but it's still a lot of fun. Check out my review here!
Indietail – Core Keeper
Being trapped underground sounds horrible but it's actually quite... cosy? And fun? And Core Keeper is amazing. Here's my review!
Hardspace: Shipbreaker’s The Atlas Tugged Update is gonna be amazing!
Hardspace: Shipbreaker's "The Atlas Tugged" Update is out tomorrow! Here are my thoughts on them!
Indietail – WorldBox: God Simulator
WorldBox arrived at Steam and hence, I dove into a fantasy world of moe to create an utopia full of uwu elves and other fantastic creatures.
Indietail – Toy Tinker Simulator
Toy Tinker Simulator is a game where you repair toys and open up your own museum... eventually. More on that here.
Indietail – Potion Craft
For today's review, we're going to brew a bunch of potions and we're going to haggle for every last piece of gold in Potion Craft!
Black Skylands – First Impressions
Today, I talk about my (sadly negative) first impressions of Black Skylands, a game that is trying to be too many things without executing any of it well.
Indietail – Bombing!!
Today's Game is all about Graffiti! And it's a lot of fun!
Indietail – Breathedge
Ever wondered what Subnautica would be like if it was set in Outer Space and if it was less serious? Well,... today's review is about Breathedge, which does basically that!
Looking out for “Occupy Mars: Prologue”
I've always been fascinated by space and games that play in space. Landing on some planet, starting colonies, all that good stuff. Surviving Mars is a great game, Kerbal Space Program is something I wanna be good at, and well,… today's Demo: "Occupy Mars: Prologue" by Pyramid Games is something I want to like… You... Continue Reading →
Indietail – Satan’s Workshop
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 →