Ice Block Ragnarok Gameplay and Review

Ice Block Ragnarok Gameplay and Review

It’s great to see indie developers getting a game just right! Ice Block Ragnarok isn’t the type of game that’ll completely suck you in, but it’s so much fun that when you do sit down and play it, you’ll probably be sat for a fairly good amount of time! Check […]

The Turing Test Gameplay and Review

The Turing Test has been compared to Portal and the Talos Principle far too many times, but then again with what it is, how could it not be? If you forget about Portal and the Talos Principle altogether and enjoy The Turing Test for what it is, it’s really quite […]

Rust Bucket Gameplay and Review

Rust Bucket Gameplay and Review

I’m a sucker for rogue-like games, and when there are puzzles mixed into the gameplay, things just get better. Rust Bucket is a great little dungeon crawler/puzzler that’ll not only keep your entertained, but will also have you falling head over heels in love with the cute graphics. Check out […]

Koihime Enbu Gameplay and Review

Koihime Enbu Gameplay and Review

When you think of fighting games packed with only female characters, some of which wearing rather skimpy outfits, you probably immediately think it’s not going to be something you’d want to be caught playing. However, Koihime Enbu focusses on providing a no-frills, easy-to-get-into fighting game without falling prey to coming […]

1993 Space Machine Gameplay and Review

1993 Space Machine Gameplay and Review

Side-scrolling space-shooters of the 90’s were ruthless. Checkpoints were few and far between and the sheer amount of enemies you’d battle would be relentless. 1993 Space Machine takes us back in time to a time when games weren’t meant to be easy and tutorials were portrayed by a single window […]

SUPERHOT Gameplay and Review

Superhot Gameplay and Review

A lot of us will be familiar with the concept of enemies staying still until you’ve made your move in roguelike games such as Sproggiwood or Pixel Dungeon. But has it been done in a first-person shooter? If not, it has now! The SUPERHOT Team have put together an utterly […]

Dungenious Gameplay and Review

Dungenious Gameplay and Review

Roguelikes belong to a timeless genre, throwing the gamer into an endless dungeon packed full of monsters. Usually you have to time your attacks right and hope that your attacks hit and theirs miss. Dungenious takes away the aspect of close-range combat and lets you attack from long-range. Instead of […]

Asgard Run Gameplay and Review

Asgard Run Gameplay and Review

Endless runner games have become incredibly easy to come across. They all follow the same formula, but some will try and take the genre down a different lane (terrible pun). Asgard Run is one of those that try to inject a bit of new life into the overdone genre. Take […]

Epistory Typing Chronicles Gameplay and Review

Epistory Typing Chronicles Review

Remember the good old days of learning to touch type? Personally I had heaps of fun learning to touch type and I’d even try and find games that encouraged touch typing. Then I found Typing of the Dead. But sadly that was ages ago. But thankfully, after so many years […]

Cell Surgeon Gameplay and Review

Cell Surgeon Review

Match-up puzzle games have come a long way. With initial experiences such as Tetris and Puyo Puyo, many developers have taken the genre in a completely different direction. Some being incredibly successful like Candy Crush and others that end up feeling like boring clones. Cell Surgeon takes an incredibly unique […]

Kingdom Gameplay and Review

Kingdom Gameplay and Review

Kingdom was released in late 2015 and the trailers depicted a rather simple looking game. However, simple is definitely not the right word to use for this unique and mesmerising beauty. The 2D graphics are surprisingly detailed and the soundtrack is one of the most relaxing I’ve heard in a […]

Paws a Shelter 2 Game Gameplay and Review

Paws a Shelter 2 Game Gameplay and Review

Paws invites you in with a magical musical score from the get-go. As you pounce into the patchwork style environment, you’re quickly swept away by the beauty of everything around you. Paws plays like a third-person platformer, and stuns like a million volt taser. Watch our Paws a Shelter 2 […]