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October 30th, 2016

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Review: Four Sided Fantasy

Four Sided Fantasy is a 2D puzzle platformer with a unique mechanic. The game features a screen wrapping element wherein if you walk to the left side of the screen, you appear on the right side of the screen. This …

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October 20th, 2016

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Review: Type:Rider

Type:Rider is a platforming game in which the player ‘explores’ the history of various popular fonts. I use apostrophes to encapsulate ‘explores’ because in reality, you’re just playing a platformer with clunky controls; jumping on thematic set-pieces (punctuation marks, famous …

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September 19th, 2016

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Review: Bears Can’t Drift!?

One of my favorite genres in video gaming is the kart racer. When I first saw Bears Can’t Drift!? I got excited that this may be a good kart racer for the PS4, and for the most part, it succeeds. …

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September 12th, 2016

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Review: Ultratron

Ultratron plays like an old-school arcade game where high scores and power-ups matter. Robots have enslaved humanity and the brain of the last human has been implanted into an upgradable battledroid. Your mission is to avenge the human race, all …

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September 6th, 2016

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Review: Moon Hunters

Moon Hunters was a tricky game for me to get through with the purposes of reviewing it. I first came across it at PAX East 2015, when I met the Kit Fox team and chatted about their aspirations for the …

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September 4th, 2016

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Review: Overcooked

I could struggle to make some deep(-dish) metaphors and puns about cooking, or just put it plainly: Overcooked is delightful. The team at Ghost Town Games have put together an experience well worth playing for anyone who has ever wondered …

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August 25th, 2016

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Review: Lifeless Planet

When hearing a game called Lifeless Planet, you’d probably expect to find a lifeless planet, and you’d be right. There isn’t much to see in terms of the world, as you’ll be finding remnants of nature, civilization and technology. Exploring …

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August 2nd, 2016

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Review: Tricky Towers

Tetrominoes have shown up in a good number of games since making their debut in Tetris back in 1984. Some notable PlayStation Network titles that make use of tetrominoes include the multiplayer tower-defense game Slam Bolt Scrappers and the single-player …

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August 1st, 2016

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Review: Castles

Castles is an action puzzler that comes from Madrid developers WhootGames and indie games publisher Badland. In it, you control a munchkin-looking character, moving blocks around a 7×7 playfield to match three or more like colors or symbols (blocks only …

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July 30th, 2016

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Review: Tumblestone

I love Yoshi’s Cookie. I adore Tetris. As far as I’m concerned, Critter Crunch is an all-time classic. Tumblestone not only stands with those giants, but is in some ways better than them. The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild, developers behind The …

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October 30th, 2016

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Review: Four Sided Fantasy

Four Sided Fantasy is a 2D puzzle platformer with a unique mechanic. The game features a screen wrapping element wherein if you walk to the left side of the screen, you appear on the right side of the screen. This …

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October 20th, 2016

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Review: Type:Rider

Type:Rider is a platforming game in which the player ‘explores’ the history of various popular fonts. I use apostrophes to encapsulate ‘explores’ because in reality, you’re just playing a platformer with clunky controls; jumping on thematic set-pieces (punctuation marks, famous …

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September 19th, 2016

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Review: Bears Can’t Drift!?

One of my favorite genres in video gaming is the kart racer. When I first saw Bears Can’t Drift!? I got excited that this may be a good kart racer for the PS4, and for the most part, it succeeds. …

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September 12th, 2016

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Review: Ultratron

Ultratron plays like an old-school arcade game where high scores and power-ups matter. Robots have enslaved humanity and the brain of the last human has been implanted into an upgradable battledroid. Your mission is to avenge the human race, all …

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September 6th, 2016

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Review: Moon Hunters

Moon Hunters was a tricky game for me to get through with the purposes of reviewing it. I first came across it at PAX East 2015, when I met the Kit Fox team and chatted about their aspirations for the …

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September 4th, 2016

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Review: Overcooked

I could struggle to make some deep(-dish) metaphors and puns about cooking, or just put it plainly: Overcooked is delightful. The team at Ghost Town Games have put together an experience well worth playing for anyone who has ever wondered …

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August 25th, 2016

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Review: Lifeless Planet

When hearing a game called Lifeless Planet, you’d probably expect to find a lifeless planet, and you’d be right. There isn’t much to see in terms of the world, as you’ll be finding remnants of nature, civilization and technology. Exploring …

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August 2nd, 2016

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Review: Tricky Towers

Tetrominoes have shown up in a good number of games since making their debut in Tetris back in 1984. Some notable PlayStation Network titles that make use of tetrominoes include the multiplayer tower-defense game Slam Bolt Scrappers and the single-player …

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Read More

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August 1st, 2016

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Review: Castles

Castles is an action puzzler that comes from Madrid developers WhootGames and indie games publisher Badland. In it, you control a munchkin-looking character, moving blocks around a 7×7 playfield to match three or more like colors or symbols (blocks only …

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Read More

- 0 Comments

July 30th, 2016

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Review: Tumblestone

I love Yoshi’s Cookie. I adore Tetris. As far as I’m concerned, Critter Crunch is an all-time classic. Tumblestone not only stands with those giants, but is in some ways better than them. The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild, developers behind The …

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