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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...

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...

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...

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...

XenoBloom Review: A Pixel-Perfect Meditative Garden

With the constant flow of games involving shooting, blood, gore, and me screaming a stream of profanities when I die to a flying turtle or weird, waddling mushroom...

Ninja Pizza Girl Review – A Future Story About Pizza, Teenage Ninjas, and Bullies

Ninja Pizza Girl is a platformer and time-trial racer developed by Disparity Games. It follows the story of a teenage girl, Gemma, who runs her father’s pizzas to...

Jotun Review: Impressive to Mortals and Gods Alike

Jotun is a hand-drawn action and exploration game developed by Thunder Lotus Games; it’s also one that IGM has been following closely since the Kickstarter...

Assault Android Cactus Review – Fast-Paced, Beautiful, Twin-Stick Carnage

Witch Beam’s Assault Android Cactus is a 2-D twin-stick shooter with 3-D graphics that pits players against waves of swarms of robotic enemies. A quick glance at...

Albino Lullaby Review: No Jumpscares, Creepy Dialogue, and an Overabundance of Thumbs

One of these horrors is not like the others. It’s a comparison Sesame Street would never make, of course, but Ape Law’s Albino Lullaby is not like any horror...

It’s Killing Time Review: Take The Shot As A Professional Assassin

It’s Killing Time is an interactive text-based choose-your-own adventure game for iOS and Android mobile devices. Written by Eric Bonholtzer for Choice of Games...