A short while ago we played an intriguing game by Indigo Studios called Seven Doors. The unique environments and interesting puzzles kept us entertained and the game scored a well deserved 8/10 in our review. We also reached out to Kim and Judit from Indigo Studios to answer some of our questions about Seven Doors as well as their other projects
It’s no secret that we have a soft spot for original game soundtracks here at GAMERamble and this week we had a particularly interesting one to listen to courtesy of Scarlet Moon. The soundtrack is the Indivisible OST PLUS, which is a special album of unused, alternate, demo, and other tracks inspired by Indivisible, the beautiful RPG from Lab Zero. The tracks are by Hiroki Kikuta, who composed the Indivisible soundtrack and has a repertoire that includes music for Secret of Mana, Soul Caliber V, Koudelka, Shining Blade and much more
Rebellion has announced that their cult horror shooter, Zombie Army 4: Dead War, is launching on Stadia this May. Even better, the game will be free to all Stadia Pro subscribers. Stadia Pro is also free for another month, so this is the perfect opportunity to take down the rotting hordes if you live in a supported country
Fans who have been looking forward to playing the devilishly fun simulation game, Ruinarch, will, unfortunately, have to wait a little longer. The developers, Maccima Games, and publisher, Squeaky Wheel Studio, released a joint statement about the new release date. Fans were originally promised a release date of May 2020, which has now been pushed back to August 2020
Seven Doors is a puzzle game that challenges players to navigate their way through several unique challenges. Each room challenges players in a different way and the developers have come up with plenty of unique scenarios. There isn’t really an over-arching story to tie everything together and the game is also quite short, but it’s an enjoyable experience while it lasts.
Gameplay: Seven Doors will challenge your problem-solving skills in several unique ways.
Graphics: Not cutting-edge, but impressive enough for a small studio.
Sound: Very good
You probably have a lot of time on your hands right now, mostly spent at home with very little to do. Thankfully, if you’re a gamer, then your life is easier to fill with entertainment than it is for other people. There are loads of exciting games out there on so many different consoles. Today, we’re going to bring you some gaming ideas that pretty much everyone can try. You don’t need a console for these, just a smartphone or tablet!
The convention is a stalwart of the culture for many people who consider themselves proud nerds, and for many, they are one of the most important parts of the year. There are, of course, many kinds of conventions out there, and which you will go to will depend largely on where exactly your interests lie. Whether you are keen on going to one of the world-famous ones like ComicCon, or whether you have found a smaller, more specific one that appeals to a particular interest of yours, they are always going to be a great way to delve further into your interests. Let’s look at some of the best reasons why you might want to go to conventions
Playing games in your browser is nothing new, but the available titles tend to appeal more to casual players. However, Nuuvem, which is the leading digital game store in Latin America, has decided to leverage innovative web-technology in a slightly different way. By using “embedded gaming” web tech, players can not only play a demo for the critically-acclaimed Valfaris but also freely share and embed it, exactly like a YouTube video
Whether you are an experienced gamer, or you are just starting out, you have got to be sure that the kit you are using to game with offers the ultimate gaming experience and can adequately cope with the game itself.
Games are constantly evolving. They are getting better with every month that passes, and as a result, you are going to have to consider upgrading every few years. With this in mind, not only do you need to find the right gear, but you also have to consider the future so that you don’t have to upgrade a lot quicker than anticipated
Disaster Report 4 is more about the human drama in the aftermath of a huge earthquake than survival, but it is still a very enjoyable experience. The tone of the game is all over the place and the gameplay lacks some polish, but a lot of times this just adds to the charm. This is definitely not a game for everyone, though, so make very sure you know what you are getting into before getting Disaster Report 4.
Gameplay: A unique and very unpredictable experience that lacks polish, but makes up for it with plenty of charm.
Graphics: There are a few epic scenes, but the animations are a little janky.
Sound: The voice-acting is Japanese only and the rest of the audio isn’t exactly memorable