Quit your job and take the reigns into your own hands as you explore the world of startups and tech giants!
Organs! Everyone has them! Everyone wants them! Today, we're taking a look at a morally ambigious Simulation game where you trade the fleshy goods for fat profits!
Today we're taking a look at Cantata and we're checking out the demo of this tactical war-management game by Afterschool Studio!
Today, we're checking out the demo for The Bonfire 2, a minimalistic survival-strategy-game that makes the same mistakes as its prequel.
Today we're checking out Despot's Game by the people behind Despotism 3k! - an auto-battler that combines army management with roguelike mechanics and lots of humour!
Today's review is on a title that lets you write history by creating your own civilisation and guiding it through the ages! Today, I'm checking out HUMANKIND!
Today we're checking out Kingdoms and Castles, a medieval city builder/colony sim that reminds me of a Pixel-Banished!
Today, I finally review one of my all-time favourite games! Here's my review on Dungeon of the ENDLESS!
Today, I'm writing about my second run of HUMANKIND. This time we're really good at this game and actually winning as the Olmecs/Edo Japanese. I love this game by the way.
It's time for me to take the reigns again and to lead our squad to Victory! This time around the mission takes us to Middle America where we have to destory a relay station. Will we be successful? See here!
I got to play the Closed Beta of HUMANKIND and I wanna start a series on this... Here are some of my first impressions!
Here are my first impressions of We Are The Caretakers, a turn-based afro-futuristic Sci-Fi-Strategy-RPG... but how nicely does it play? See here!
With the Plague modifying our bodies and our wounds healing, we now have only one goal and one goal only that drives us forward: Revenge. We Are The Plague is quite the interesting title, so we're checking it out today!
Trapped in a hamster wheel of slaying, gearing up, building and dying, it is our duty to save the world. Will we ever get out of this loop? Not too sure. I love this game too much. Here's why!
Today, I'm showing you Iris and the Giant, a lovely card-based roguelite game that dives into the imaginary world and psyche of a young girl that's suffering from depression and anxieties.
Today's post is another review written by a guest-author and friend of mine. Come and check out Naithin's review on Dyson Sphere Program! Enjoy!
Today I bring do you a review that is actually not written by me but actually by a friend of mine: Quietschisto reviews a game called "Do Not Feed The Monkeys" today! Enjoy!
A trailer for Endless Dungeon was announced, so naturally I gotta be excited about it! Tune in for why I'm looking forward to this and what we know so far!
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!
Today, on the Lookout Post, we're taking a look at an up-and-coming game developed by Alter Games and published by Daedalic Entertainment called Partisans 1941. In Partisans 1941, you explore WWII from the side of the Polish partisans - an occupation resistance movement on the Eastern Front. In this game, you discover how the story... Continue Reading →
Starmancer looked like the closest thing to any of the games that I'm usually enjoying and all the demos I've seen on the Steam Game Festival. It's getting published by Chucklefish which fits most of my favourite games… it's a strategy, base-building simulation game based in Space and you essentially play as a powerful A.I.... Continue Reading →
It's sadly not part of the Steam Game Festival but Drake Hollow is definitely something to look out for. I'm really excited about the game - and not only due it being made by the dev behind The Flame In The Flood! The Molasses Flood's second game can best be described as a Base-Building Action-Survival-Game. ... 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 →
Spooktober and Lovecraft? Sounds alright to me. Today we're taking a look at Sea Salt, a dark reverse-horror action-strategy-game by YCJY Games who I've interviewed at this year's Games Com in Cologne! Developer: YCJY GamesPublisher: YCJY GamesGenres: Strategy, Lovecraftian, Reverse-Horror, Action, IndieRelease Date: October 17, 2019Reviewed on: PCAvailable on: PCCopy received from the Devs After... Continue Reading →
In today's Indietail, we'll take a look at The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands, a somewhat minimalistic title that has an interesting concept to it... but it's very poorly executed. In this game, you're a wanderer from distant lands who settles down and starts chopping some wood. There's some background story to it but I haven't really understood it for... 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 →