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In Between Review: Face the Dark, See the Light

It’s very tough to find engaging platformers nowadays, not necessarily because everything has been done – though it seems it has – but because so few new games...

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The Flock Review: Is it Worth Seeing the Light?

You’re part of the Flock: twisted, disfigured creatures in search of an ancient light. When you get to this light, you become the Carrier, trying to complete...

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Regency Love Review: Tea, Scones, and Tempered Passion

Regency Love is a game set in the era of the British Regency, the period of time that most know as the setting of Jane Austen’s famous novels, such as Pride and...

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Painters Guild Review: From Lowly Student to a da-Vincian Master

Painters Guild takes us back to 15th century Italy, a time and place where the Renaissance flourished, ushering great growth in art. While we’ve seen plenty of...

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Armello Review: The Animal Who Would Be King

League of Geeks released their virtual tabletop fantasy game Armello on Steam today, allowing players to pit themselves against their friends, random online players, or...

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Fran Bow Review: Your Tears Are Absolutely Delicious

A little girl witnesses the grisly murder of her parents and is summarily institutionalized. The only thing she wants is to escape so that she can find her cat, Mr....

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Evoland 2 Review – An Evolution of Graphics and Gameplay

Evoland 2: A Slight Case of Spacetime Continuum Disorder was developed and released by Shiro Games following the success of their previous title, Evoland. In our...

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RymdResa Review — Going Not-So-Gently into The Night

Much has been said about space. Heck, much has been said about space just by me. There’s a good reason though, and one I never tire of talking about: Space is...

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Caves of Qud Review: Science, Fantasy, and Death

Caves of Qud is a brilliantly simple, yet challenging RPG by Freehold Games that utilizes simple graphics and gameplay to allow a player to explore a vast 2D world...

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Interstellaria Review – Travel The Cosmos, Explore New Planets, Don’t Die

Interstellaria is a tactical ship, fleet, and crew management game developed by Coldrice. The game challenges players to travel through the cosmos, explore the landscape...