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Dinocide review

Dinocide Review: Prehistoric Pixels

I love platformers and I love dinosaurs, but that combination didn’t work well together in Dinocide, a new PC platformer from AtomicTorch Studio. Dinocide stars...

Crashlands Review

Crashlands Review: As Sweet As A Bacon Flower

It was at some point as I pranced around the rocky fields of an alien planet, picking bacon flowers, that I realized what a fun little game Crashlands turned out to be....

The Mean Greens review

The Mean Greens Review: Little Men, Big War

  When I was a kid, one of my favorite things to do was to take plastic army men and go outside and build forts with them. Inside I would position them around my...

Zombie Vikings Review

Zombie Vikings Review: Dead and Alive

To say that Zombie Vikings is a wacky game would be an understatement. It’s beyond wacky. Numerous times during my experience with Zombie Vikings I found myself...

Dexterity Ball 3D review

Dexterity Ball 3D Review: Get the Ball Rolling

A few years ago, I wrote about Influx, a fun little game about rolling a ball around an island and solving mysterious puzzle rooms that populated that island. Earlier...

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Thea: The Awakening Review – Save The World From Darkness

Thea: The Awakening is a roguelike strategy survival game by MuHa Games with a procedurally-generated dark fantasy world teeming with life. In a world that has suffered...

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Lovely Weather We’re Having Review: Strange Days in Strange Ways

As a big fan of Animal Crossing and other games which enslave you to strange animals, I was immediately interested in Lovely Weather We’re Having, the new game...

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Dragon Fin Soup Review – Red Riding Hood Slashes Through Foes

Dragon Fin Soup is a turn-based strategy RPG developed by Grimm Bros, and heavily inspired by fairy tales such as Little Red Riding Hood and Snow White. The game also...

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Listen to the Homicidal Voices in the Point-and-Click Horror of Masochisia

I have a list of horror games that I want to play (and write about), as any good horror gamer should. Right at the top of this list was Masochisia, so I leapt at the...

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Nevermind Review: A Truly Immersive, Thoughtful, Psychological Experience

Ever since the Kickstarter was announced almost exactly a year ago, I’ve been chomping at the bit to try Nevermind, the psychological horror title released by...