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Plebby Quest: The Crusades – Comedic conquerors

It’s hip to be square-ish Grand strategy games can be incredibly intimidating to get into. Even those marketed to children, like Svea Rike 3/Crown of the North are not very approachable. Plebby Quest: The Crusades tries to change that, with a friendlier aesthetic and more straight forward mechanics. Plebby Quest is set in a close(ish) […]

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Yaga – A great tale of misfortune.

A people’s folklore serves several important functions, from passing oral history to younger generations to constructing a system of morality to warning against the dangers of the wilderness beyond the safety of home. Yaga, an action RPG from Romanian studio Breadcrumbs Interactive, evokes all of these interpretations through gameplay and setting. Equal parts fable and […]

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The Flower Collectors – a simple but full-hearted spin on Rear Window

Rear Window is absolutely perfect video games fodder. Hitchcock’s classic, self-contained thriller about a man solving a neighbourhood murder while confined to the four walls of his apartment has been spoofed and refernced so many times in popular culture, in fact, that I’m sort of amazed it hasn’t been made into a game already. Perhaps […]

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Moving Out – removals get the Overcooked treatment

Bedford Falls, the darkest time-line. A classic movie moment. Clarence and George are in the bar and have finally pushed Nick, the proprietor, too far. “Dat does it,” says Nick. “Out you two pixies go. True da door or out da window.” True da door or out da window. That line has been very helpful […]

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Fury Unleashed – Unleash your fury, I guess?

Fury. Unleashed. FURY UNLEASHED. Fu-ry Un-lea-shed. Fury Unleashed. Nope. No matter how I type it, Fury Unleashed still looks like an incredibly generic name for a stereotypically bland video game. And yet, play a mere 10 minutes and you may be pleasantly surprised – and slightly hooked.  In this roguelite – roguelike? Does anyone actually know what term […]

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Rebel Cops – Spread the love

Against all Odds Rebel Cops is a spinoff of another Weappy Studio game titled This is the Police. But while that game focuses more on story elements and management, Rebel Cops has the player take a more direct approach in the war on crime. The game has you take control of a ragtag team of cops fighting to […]

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Summit of the Wolf is a poignant point-and-click narrative adventure about trauma and hope

Hello everyone, Summit of the Wolf is a surprisingly long point and click adventure game whose story revolves heavily around child sexual abuse and it’s also based on a true story. Thankfully it’s only discussing the subject in the game but it may be a bit much for some people. I’ll admit that I wasn’t […]

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The Human Odyssey: Ancestors

Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey is a complex game, there’s no other way to define it. It can be slow at times, but it’s a rewarding experience nonetheless. Considering what life is like today it’s easy to forget where our species came from. Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey takes you back some 10 million years back and […]

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Automachef A challenging resource management puzzler.

Automachef is a resource management puzzler that has the player build a series of autonomous kitchens to fulfill food orders in a variety of settings. The game is somewhat reminiscent of Overcooked, but instead of shouting at friends and family to pass you the tomatoes, Automachef has the player build production lines to fulfill increasingly […]

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A Good Job

Wild physics erupts as an office worker takes accidental revenge on the corporate world I have waited so many years to hear the right words. So many years, not even knowing what the right words are, or what form they will take. Now I have heard them: Deliver a Big Cube. Okay, not the exact […]