List of All Game Reviews -
ordered by date
Zombie Society - Death after Death 3/3
—April 16, 2016— Detective Zombie Margh is running short on time. With a list of missing people, a crazed lunatic ranting about "zombie aliens" and a brain shortage will the Detective be able to figure all of it out in time?
—April 15, 2016— Deep beneath the earth, an android awaits a test that could determine whether he's ready to enter humanity... but what does humanity mean anyway? And what's the secret behind Ark 19? A short and sometimes unintuitive but engrossing story-driven puzzle experience for the iOS.
—April 15, 2016— A romantic gesture goes wrong when a young man gets trapped after hours in school trying to leave a present for a girl he likes. With the halls being stalked by more than one horror, escaping may be impossible in this remake of the cult classic adventure, now available for iOS and Android, with a Lite demo version as well.
Final Fantasy IX
—April 14, 2016— One of Square-Enix's most classic and beloved JRPGs comes home with a modern facelift, now available on Steam, Android, and iOS. Zidane and his theater troupe planned to kidnap the beautiful Princess Garnet, but he never expected her to WANT to be kidnapped, or for the fate of the world to be at stake...
Another Pretentious Game
—April 14, 2016— A simple but evocative (and maybe a little blunt) puzzle game about the games we play with the people we love from Keybol. Draw lines to connect the coloured dots while dancing around obstacles, using direction and momentum to get there.
—April 14, 2016— Firefighters who let their place of work go up in flames are generally looked down upon, so if you don't want your career to burn out, you'll play this escape game from Pine Studio... also free for iOS and Android!
Games Featured:Weekday Escape N°123 —April 13, 2016— This week on your Weekday Escape! MayMay can't keep their footwear clean, and now it's your problem. Amajeto gets pink and green, but that's a good thing. And Detarame Factory is... well, SOMETHING weird is going on.
- • Spring Room Escape
- • Mis.Dramatic
- • Shoe Polished
Cube Escape: Theater
—April 11, 2016— Rusty Lake takes you to a theater of the mind in their latest entry in their beautiful but bizarre and unsettling escape series, as a very special performance is about to begin, and a myriad of puzzles await. Also free for iOS and Android!
- Bond Breaker 2.0
—April 11, 2016— Ever wanted to know what it's like to be a proton? Step right up and try this clever and entertaining educational puzzle game about physical chemistry. Find out more about cool things like lasers and fusion and how to make your own hydrogen atom! Learning doesn't get much more fun than this.
—April 8, 2016— Have gun, will travel, especially when that gun can absorb and spit out everything from zombies to TNT. A fun and bouncy platformer that gets appealingly chaotic, though one whose slippery movement and familiar elements could have used a little tweaking.
Monkey GO Happy Ninja Hunt 2
—April 8, 2016— Tiny ninjas keep popping up everywhere, and another mysterious puzzle box has appeared! Find the 30 mini monkey ninjas hidden in each stage of this point-and-click puzzle game from PencilKids to figure out how to unlock the final one once again!
The Storage Shed Escape
—April 6, 2016— Tesshi-e's Mr Y wants you to come over to see his newly remodeled shed, and that can only mean one thing... a new escape game to play! A deceptively tidy and rustic atmosphere conceal some cryptic clues in this satisfying collection of puzzles.
Games Featured:Weekday Escape N°122 —April 6, 2016— This week on your Weekday Escape! Sanpoman has you trapped, and they're a little prickly about it. Vitamin Hana may want to send you on a trip, but they're not making it easy. And Esklavos proves that it's dangerous to have children in an abstract fantasy setting.
- • Cactus Room
- • Train Station
- • The Witch and the Child
—April 5, 2016— Put a spring in your step by falling off the edges of things, because that's the only way you can jump in this puzzle-platformer. Though a bit of a one-trick pony, it's well crafted and packed with obstacles, and comes with a level editor to make your own. Also for iOS and Android!
—April 5, 2016— Make no mistake, fifteen years is a lot of time to be married, and Crazy Mom wants the party to pop! But to make this shindig memorable, she needs your help to gather a few things in this short and silly point-and-click adventure from Carmel Games.
The Case of Scary Shadows
—April 4, 2016— A bear's gotta eat, but when faced with shadows that mimic and dog your every step, how long will you last chasing after food in this simple but fast-paced high-score based arcade platformer?
—April 2, 2016— Robamimi serves up a challenge with this meaty escape game that traps you inside a maze that's packed with mystifying statuary and a whole lot of puzzles. You may want to keep a pen and paper ready if you plan on getting the best ending!
Quest For The Crown
—April 1, 2016— Quest for the Crown is not a breeze but a gale, racing down from the frigid peak of a mountain to blast you wide awake from your gaming funk and make you realise the brilliancy of the world you've been missing all along. And maybe — just maybe — change the way you look at the RPG genre forever.
—April 1, 2016— So you got a job at a dance studio. But by the time you reached the mall on your first day, the studio had mysteriously closed, and a strange man in a chef's hat was offering you a job in his restaurant. You accepted, perhaps rather naively. And voila, welcome to Papa's Bakeria! Serve scrumptious pies to happy customers, unlock furniture and outfits, and decorate your restaurant on your way to becoming the best pie monger in town!
Alice House 2 No.08: Queen Alice
—March 31, 2016— Funkyland's got you trapped again, and this time you'll need to find five items bearing the image of the White Queen to find a way out in this short game that blends a satisfying amount of whimsy and logic.
Streets of Rogue
—March 31, 2016— Stealth? Hacking? Gizmos? Giant rampaging scientists? This freeform action roguelike has 'em all, gives you the missions and lets you decide how to complete them, and it's currently free while in its alpha stage.
Games Featured:Weekday Escape N°121 —March 30, 2016— This week on Weekday Escape! Vitamin Hana will give you a plethora of doors, but do any of them actually lead out? Tototo Room lets you get some fresh air, but you'll have to do a little wiggle in return. And Primera invites you out to get a bite and some sand and sunshine, but there's a lot of locks in the way.
- • Picnic
- • Where's the Door?
- • Garden
—March 28, 2016— Originally conceived as a Ludum Dare game, Pony Island has you trapped within a machine that's trying to bend you to its will. You'll need cleverness, fast hooves, and more than a little ingenuity to break free from this cunning, weird indie game that's full of surprises.
The Story of Brewster Chipptooth
—March 28, 2016— When Brewster leaves his pirate crew behind and decides he's setting off to do some good in the world, finding a legendary treasure that nobody else has been able to lay hands on might be a bit of a reach for a first-time do-gooder in this silly, short point-and-click title from Carmel Games.
—March 27, 2016— You've just inherited your grandfather's run-down farm... it'll take a lot to get it running again, but locals and a whole lot of elbow grease just may help you reach your dreams. A massive and engrossing indie simulation made by a single person, Stardew Valley is packed with farming, relationships, dungeons, crafting, and much, much more.