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Mobile Reviews

It’s fun tapping a high score in this game

Play the new sensational game that has kept everyone hooked to their mobile phones. Try Bitcoin by Ketchapp game that enables you to win bitcoins just by tapping on your mobile phone screen. Now isn’t this wonderful, where you get to be the king of bitcoins by playing a simple game. Do remember that Bitcoin […]

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PC Reviews

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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Wintermoor Tactics Club – a story about surviving high school

It’s got a lot of the “well, sometimes it just do be like that” energy you get out of weird children’s books, wrapped around a gentle difficulty curve and a genuinely charming script. WTC is a little too easy overall for fans of the genre, but newcomers and kids should appreciate its humor and ease of access. […]

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Console Reviews

Code: Realize – Future Blessings

Code: Realize – Guardian of Rebirth was the first big otome game to get a lot of visual novel fans into the genre when it debuted on PS Vita a long time ago before it was brought to PS4 and more recently Nintendo Switch. I was glad that Aksys Games localised the first fandisc for it […]

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PC Reviews

Gordian Quest : A Tactical Kitchen Sink

Gordian Quest is an indie card-based RPG that takes a lot of inspiration from a popular card-based RPG called Slay the Spire. Gordian Quest has it’s own uniqueness to set it apart from Slay the Spire though, including going the party-based route. The game is currently going through the early access phase of its development […]

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Sayonara Wild Hearts : Walking on a Dream

Such a short runtime is often reserved for indies cheaply referred to as “walking sims,” and though I love those games, I understand when others don’t. How you spend your time and money is up to you, I can merely recommend you do it one way or another. For similar reasons, I’d understand your reservations […]

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Mobile Reviews

Over The Alps – From molehill to mountain

There are several important fundamentals of mobile game design. The ability to quickly pick up and play – and drop again at a moment’s notice. Simple, focused visuals. And, of course, a touch-friendly user interface. When Over The Alps released on iOS last year it nailed all of these, giving players a great bitesize spy […]

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Cloudpunk – A story-driven delivery game set in a stunning voxel metropolis.

Everyone has had a bad day at work. Rania, the protagonist of Ion Land’s Cloudpunk, however, has probably the most interesting rollercoaster ride in her first day as a Cloudpunk driver. Having moved to the towering city of Nivalis in a bid to hide from the DebtCorps, Rania is hired as a delivery driver for […]

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Pushy And Pully In Blockland – Don’t be a blockhead

Pushy and Pully in Blockland is a children’s puzzle game, which draws its inspiration from games like Bomberman and Dig Dug. Pushy and Pully in Blockland is also a game about invading sovereign territory, racism and genocide. Pushy and Pully in Blockland is very much a game for children. It is extremely colourful, the music is […]