When we checked out The Last Dream: Developer’s Edition we were expecting a typical hidden object game. Instead, we discovered a game that features a nice blend of classic point & click adventuring along with mini-games and fragmented... Read more
The retro shooter, Enemy Mind, kept us hooked with its blend of old school action and innovative enemy controlling mechanics. We were fortunate enough to catch up with Mike Traficante from Schell Games in order to find out more about Enemy... Read more
Fans of the Boy’s Love genre should know by now that Sekai Project is running a Kickstarter for Witch boy Magical piece. With little over a week left to back the project and still some ways to go for it to reach its goal, we caught up with... Read more
We played through the mind and space bending puzzles of Project Temporality a while ago and it impressed us enough that we had to find out more. Fortunately, Niklas Hansson from Defrost Games was willing to give us some insights about this... Read more
We recently checked out the dark and moody puzzle-platformer, Albert and Otto: The Adventure Begins, from indie developer KBros. In it players have to traverse a unique and foreboding gameworld while relying on the aid of a magical bunny to... Read more
Vertiginous Golf is an Early Access title that caught our attention with its unique setting and storyline. The game is in development by Kinelco along with sister company, Lone Elk Creative and is already shaping up to be something special... Read more
One Man Band Games recently released a PC version for Blowy Fish on Steam and we were pleasantly surprised by this simple, yet addictive title. After reaching out to Peter, the solo developer behind the game, he was kind enough to not only... Read more
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It is not every day that we get to experience Greek-themed first person adventures, so Depths of Fear :: Knossos impressed us despite some rough edges. The unique atmosphere and interesting blend of stealth and action certainly provides a very... Read more
Horizon, an ambitious turn-based strategy game was one of the first games to make use of the then new Steam Early Access platform. We checked out the game after the full release and found a lot to like despite some annoyances. Raffi Parsekhian... Read more
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The Last Door – Collector’s Edition might have had us almost jumping out of our skins a few times, but the compelling story kept us coming back for more. It is not often that a point & click adventure, especially one with... Read more