List of All Game Reviews -
ordered by date
—March 20, 2015— Trapped on two different sides of a mirrored world, travelers struggle to find a way back together, or any of the other thirteen different endings in this strange and surreal experimental puzzle game by zillix.
Tormentum: Dark Sorrow
—March 19, 2015— Waking up in a frightening world, our Hero must find his way out of the prison he found himself in, and to the statue that haunts his dreams. With choices he must make along the way, will he find his redemption that he seeks or be lost in the stain that mars his soul in this surreal and dark indie point-and-click adventure?
Dig a Way
—March 19, 2015— Dig a Way is a unique blend of a thinking puzzle game and frantic action goodness for your iOS. Use your wits and your speed to dig all the gold while avoiding monsters and traps. Watch out, or you may end up smashed flat as a pancake.
Spacejacked: Endless Mode
—March 19, 2015— It's just you, your sidearm, and whatever defenses you can build against waves of invading alien scum for as long as you can last repairing your ship in this demo for an upcoming game that blends shooting action with tower defense turret crafting.
- Magical Makeover
—March 18, 2015— You've finally managed to snag an invitation to a magical ball... but when they only want beautiful people there, how are you supposed to go about making yourself "beautiful" with your limited (and weird!) cosmetics? A short but funny and engaging Twine tale with seven routes and endings to discover.
The Misadventures of Detective Butler
—March 18, 2015— Mysterious incidents occur on a cruise ship half a century apart, and it's up to you to discover the truth in The Misadventures of Detective Butler, a mystery visual novel by Goldbar Games. While two-dimensional characters hold the story from reaching its full potential, it is an entertaining yarn with a classic Golden Age Whodunnit feel and polished visuals and sound.
Games Featured:Weekday Escape N°67 —March 18, 2015— Esklavos, no1game, and newcomer SnailCraft combine to serve up the three free piping hot games of this week's Weekday Escape. How do YOU get yourself psyched up and properly attired to play escape games? Bet you can't beat my method.
- • Mom's First Class Reunion
- • The Games of Escape
- • SleepWalking
Tales From the Borderlands: Episode Two
—March 17, 2015— The gang's back for more in the second installment of TellTale's action adventure series based on the popular ultra-violent shooter. Rhys and Fiona are still at odds as they recount how they set off in search of the Gortys project, but a new "friend" is giving Rhys one heck of a headache and Fiona's dealing with her own problems in this fantastically funny second episode that will leave you hungry for more.
Blood Brothers 2
—March 17, 2015— In this strategic turn-based RPG, free to play for your iOS and Android, you'll win heroes and unlock powerful souls as you choose your paths across maps, even duking it out against other players in the arena if you so decide!
—March 17, 2015— Everyone needs a great sliding block puzzle in their life, so it might as well be this one. Solve each well designed puzzle by manipulating the blocks until all like colors are touching. Sound easy? Wait until sticky, sleepy, and caterpillar blocks are added into the mix.
—March 17, 2015— Blink and you'll miss it, but Carmel Games serves up a satisfyingly silly little tale of customer service comeuppance when one employee goes above and beyond in this short point-and-click puzzle game.
—March 16, 2015— In one night, Jacqueline Brown's life was flipped upside down. A murder needs to be solved as well as finding out who tried to kill her. Things would be much smoother for her in this free visual novel, if it wasn't for the fact that in result of the car accident she is left blind, mute, and paralyzed. All her friends and family members think she is in a coma, but she can still see light and hear every guilty word her visitors say.
Find 10 Cookies
—March 16, 2015— You're locked in one again, and this time the only way to escape... is to find and eat 10 cookies! What sort of monster would design such a delicious trap?!... well, MayMay, of course!
10 Second War
—March 15, 2015— This topdown puzzle shooter has you controlling a little squadron of units one at a time, choreographing their movements and shots for maximum efficiency within the ten second window you're allotted. Click a unit, control him for ten seconds with the [WASD] keys and the [mouse], and then do it all over again with the next guy.
Delicious: Emily's Wonder Wedding
—March 13, 2015— Restauranteur Emily and Patrick are finally getting married... but will a run of comically bad luck and one epically passive-aggressive mother-in-law derail the whole thing? A gorgeous, fun, and funny time-management game that doesn't skimp on the quality and polish and comes highly recommended.
Monkey GO Happy Leprechauns
—March 13, 2015— The monkeys are looking for 20 leprechauns this time around in the four-leaf-clover-ridden installment of PencilKids' beloved point-and-click puzzle series, but the wee people are crafty, and you'll need to search high, low, and behind all manner of locks to find them.
Find the Escape-Men Part 142: A Typical Bathroom
—March 13, 2015— Even if your bathroom breaks don't typically end in needing to track down ten little green men and solve several puzzles in order to escape, don't you think you should play this game by no1game anyway... you know, just so you're prepared?
Pixel Heroes: Byte & Magic
—March 12, 2015— The town of Pixton needs your help to eradicate evil in this rogue-like RPG! Choose your pixely heroes and embark on a difficult journey filled with hilarious encounters as you help the townfolks and level up. Saving your game before battle is for wimps, so be prepared to fight to victory or death.
—March 12, 2015— Dungeon crawling goes card based in this strategic RPG-like spin on traditional Solitaire for iOS. Deal your way through monsters, treasure, and special abilities and unlock new cards, but don't get cocky... you never know what the dealer is going to hand you.
The Comet's Calling
—March 12, 2015— They're just your average monsters living in a junkyard trying to gather all the food and materials they can before the place closes at the end of the month! A simple and repetitive action game that still manages to shine and charm thanks to a great sense of humour and endearing story and characters.
Myosotis Chapter 5
—March 12, 2015— The stylish, neon-soaked point-and-click puzzle series comes to an abrupt and puzzling close as PI Rick must solve an odd mixup of puzzles to set right the bizarre events from the rest of the series.
—March 11, 2015— Tony and her brothers Pablo and Octavio are just your average, ordinary kids who can turn into playground equipment, but searching for snails near an abandoned factory puts both them, and their hearts, in grave danger in this clever, unexpectedly warm free indie horror adventure that deals with family and humanity.
Games Featured:Weekday Escape N°66 —March 11, 2015— Take a break: Slow down, live in the moment, appreciate your surroundings and...escape! Once again it's time for Weekday Escape and this week we have three games made perfect for honing your observation skills. Seek out seven pomegranates in FunkyLand's modernly hip kitchen, play hide-and-seek with No1 Game's little green men, and then search out eleven little grey buttons in Tototo Room's latest.
- • Button Escape 30
- • Fruit Kitchens No.18: Pomegranate Red
- • Find the Escape-Men 141: EM Bucket Challenge
Our Personal Space
—March 10, 2015— Have you ever imagined what it would be like to colonize a distant planet? Jump into the shoes of a space pioneer in this sci-fi interactive fiction. The decisions you make effect not just your relationship with your new husband, but potentially the whole planet. What will you choose?
—March 10, 2015— In this unsettling horror adventure from Maninu and translated by vgperson, a young girl finds herself sucked into one of her own paintings, where danger hides behind a surreal and deceptively idyllic appearance. Nine endings and environmental storytelling makes Bevel's Painting creative and compelling, but clunky and unintuitive conditions for the "best" endings frustrate.