List of All Game Reviews -
ordered by date
The Uncle Who Works For Nintendo
—October 15, 2014— You're spending the night at your best friend's house, and someone special is coming by at midnight. Michael Lutz, author of My Father's Long, Long Legs delivers an unsettling twist on familiar territory in this Choose Your Own Adventure Style interactive horror fiction.
Games Featured:Weekday Escape N°45 —October 15, 2014— There are a lot of things happening in October, but some of us care about only one thing: is it yummy? Is it sweet? Well, this time it is. Our Wednesday selection of three escapes from FunkyLand, Maroya and No1Game manage to be the perfect ingredients for some Weekday Escape s'mores.
- • Fruit Kitchens No.12: Cacao Brown
- • Marshmallow's New Home 3
- • Find the Escape-Men 120: Scorching Heat 2014
—October 14, 2014— Sisters Kat and Aria are lost alone in the woods at night when they accidentally cross paths with two men who don't have the friendliest intentions. How far will they go to save themselves in this Choose Your Own Adventure style text-based tale?
Alone on Raven Road
—October 14, 2014— You, a broken down car, a lonely road, and miles of wilderness in either direction. What's the worst that can happen? A short, speedy, and spooky-lite point-and-click adventure from Self-Defiant!
—October 13, 2014— Getting stuck in an elevator is bad enough, but getting stuck with eight strangers, one of whom is a killer, is even worse. People are picked off one by one as the lights go out in this short interactive movie, and you'll have to figure out which one of them is the killer to get the best ending.
—October 12, 2014— Amanda Ripley has always wanted to find out what happened to her mother Ellen fifteen years ago. Now she's going to confront it head on in this harrowing survival horror adventure where stealth and resourcefulness are your best (and really only) weapons against a seemingly unstoppable and unpredictable enemy that will hunt you every step of the way in your quest to escape the dead station of Sevastopol.
Button Escape 25
—October 12, 2014— All you have to do to escape is find and click on the eleven hidden buttons. Should be easy, right? But with sneaky codes and some definite weirdness, this short game might not be so simple after all.
—October 12, 2014— In Rampage Rex, a puzzle platformer by Eric Bernier and Izzy Aminov you'll be guiding a very hungry dino as he spends an afternoon taking in a little culture, literally! Despite somewhat incompatible visuals and sounds, Rampage Rex offers breezily fun stealth gameplay for players both young and fossilized.
—October 12, 2014— Everyone knows the most important things you need for a zombie apocalypse is a zombie crushing tank, unlimited ammo, and a sweet, stylish hoody. Thankfully in this zombie shooter you have all three. Steer your little cube man around to kill the zombies, grab the coins, and get out of that city.
—October 11, 2014— Use dynamite to launch your tiny cartoon king down the hillside, blasting and ramming enemies and obstacles out of the way as you go. The coins you collect can be used to upgrade armor and reload speed, and buy magic gems and gadgets that aid you on your path to glory.
Games Featured:Spoopy Saturday N°1 —October 11, 2014— Welcome to Spoopy Saturdays, where we'll be posting some fine, freaky, and free indie horror games leading up to Halloween! This week, a survival sim in a hostile word, a past best left forgotten, and a game where the scares are provided by you!
- • Rust and Blood
- • Promise
- • Moonlight Ghost
League of Light: Wicked Harvest
—October 10, 2014— Children have been going missing, and you've been called in to find them in this gorgeous hidden-object adventure that has you joining forces with the world's most adorable sidekick as you uncover the mystery and solve clever puzzles.
Styx: Master of Shadows
—October 10, 2014— Cling to the shadows and assassinate those in your way as you attempt to steal the heart of the World-Tree, the giver of all magic. But your journey will not be easy as you travel through the tower, designed by a crazed architect and filled to the brim with guards, trolls, and other nasties.
—October 10, 2014— Yonashi's latest plunks you in front of a cute cottage deep in the woods surrounded by a whoooooole lot of fungi in this escape game that's just the right amount of weird and cute. Clues and hints are hidden everywhere, and figuring out how to interpret them might be trickier than you think.
—October 10, 2014— Getting your hands dirty is always more fun when you've got a friend along! This brightly-colored band of miners needs your help to collect the jewels that match their colors and explore the depths of their mines. Play this puzzle-platformer solo as an exercise in coordination, or bring along a friend to help you for co-op puzzle-solving fun!
Why Am I Dead?: Rebirth
—October 9, 2014— A remake of the original Why Am I Dead?, Why Am I Dead: Rebirth by Peltast Games keeps the atmosphere and memorable characters while adding lots of new content. Possessing people and finding your murderer has never been easier, though, of course, those who don't already know whodunnit will probably enjoy it a lot more.
Black Bit Ninja 2
—October 8, 2014— This physics puzzle game has you launching your legless, square, pixelated ninja man through the air with the mouse, having him slice and dice red enemy ninjas along the way. Take careful aim to avoid pitfalls and traps.
—October 8, 2014— Use physics, an elaborate supply of unique pieces, and your own ingenuity to guide the orb to the exit. It's like golf, if only golf involved high-intensity lasers and gravity orbs.
Games Featured:Weekday Escape N°44 —October 8, 2014— Put on your adventurer's leather fedora and play Selfdefiant's latest Break Free escapade. Then, flashback to another Tototo Room for eleven more buttons to find. Lastly, explore Esklavos' beautiful fantasy atmosphere for the keys to unlock a magic portal.
- • Break Free the Temple
- • Button Escape 14
- • Ancient Forest Escape
—October 7, 2014— Thomas has a, uh, complicated relationship with his sister in this atmospheric indie horror game based on real-life struggles with OCD and depression. Though many will find the gameplay simple and repetitive, a striking visual style and masterful use of imagery and atmosphere makes it worth checking out.
—October 7, 2014— Available for iOS, descend into dungeons, turn-based style, and battle a host of baddies and bosses using cards that decay with use, and even find powerful equipment. With no ads or in-app purchases to speak of, Card Dungeon's blend of casual strategy and light humour makes it well worth checking out.
—October 7, 2014— Nitrome takes your classic undead platforming shooter and makes it turn-based in a tricky, clever game that sees you staking your way through legions of monsters on your way to take down Dracula.
—October 7, 2014— Build a tower of bricks to the sky! ...Or at least to the green-and-white goal line. You've got to stack up blocks to reach the target height in this physics puzzler, but it's not as easy as it looks... You've got a dozen-odd different block types to work with, and not all of them play nicely one another! Keep dangerous blocks from reacting and use friendly blocks to your advantage to build the tallest tower you can!
Back to Zombieland
—October 6, 2014— You'll be rooting for the undead in this silly spin on a launch game, as you help a zombie who just wants to stop and smell the flowers run from angry villagers, nabbing coins, power-ups, and buying upgrades along the way.
7 Days Without Rain
—October 6, 2014— Can you change the world, one act of benevolent thievery at a time? Find out in this short point-and-click puzzle game from ReFall, as you play a thief who uses their talents to help other people.