Sloth Tales Review: Short and Sweet Platforming

Disclaimer: Sloth Tales was provided to us free for the purposes of review. Sloth Tales is a charming enough little platformer from Dracula’s Cave. Clocking in at roughly an hour’s max playtime, it doesn’t exactly revolutionise the genre. But at the low, low price of free, that’s hardly a sin. For what is essentially a playable trailer for their latest game, Lion Quest Infinity, it … Continue reading Sloth Tales Review: Short and Sweet Platforming

Amnesia: Rebirth Review: A franchise reborn again?

Amnesia: Rebirth was provided to us by Frictional Games for the purpose of review. Significant spoilers ahead for Amnesia: Rebirth. Amnesia: Rebirth was my first proper introduction to the Amnesia franchise. I’m not sure exactly what my expectations were going in. But as a well-established franchise, I definitely expected to play a well-polished and fun game with plenty of good scares along the way. But … Continue reading Amnesia: Rebirth Review: A franchise reborn again?

Space Raiders in Spaaaace: Simplicity at its Finest

DISCLAIMER: Space Raiders in Space was provided for free from Destructive Creations for the purpose of review. With a name as wacky as Space Raiders in Space, one has to imagine that the game itself is either a parody of Starship Troopers or is just generally a low effort, low-quality title. So it pleases me to say that this game is surprisingly neither of those. … Continue reading Space Raiders in Spaaaace: Simplicity at its Finest

Rhyme Storm Review: How I Became A Rap God

DISCLAIMER: Rhyme Storm was provided to us for free for the purpose of review. UPDATE 05/01/21: Well folks, if any of you still harboured doubts about the extent of my awesome power, quash them. Shove them deep down until you can’t feel them anymore, because my reach knows no bounds. A mere four days after my initial review of Rhyme Storm was published, Flip Rhythm released their … Continue reading Rhyme Storm Review: How I Became A Rap God

Chat with Little Martian developers

Crash-landing on an uninhabited planet isn’t the best way to start your week. But for the Little Martian, it’s certainly the best way to start your adventure! Play as a stranded alien on a massive and mysterious planet in Little Martian, an exploration survival game from debuting developer Little Martian Games. Collect resources, build your settlement and escape back to civilisation. Repair your ship by … Continue reading Chat with Little Martian developers

Alpaca Ball: Allstars Review: A Decent Bit Of Nonsense

Disclosure: This game was provided to us by Salt Castle Studio for the purpose of review. There’s a specific type of game that I like to call nonsense games. These are the kinds of games that may fit a genre like a fighting game, RPG or what have you, but they also have that special quality of just being kind of weird and wonderful. Alpaca … Continue reading Alpaca Ball: Allstars Review: A Decent Bit Of Nonsense

CloudPunk: Futuristic exploration

Disclosure: We were provided with a free copy of CloudPunk by Ion Lands for the purpose of a review. In my mind exists a strange nostalgia for the floating and endless city of Coruscant. Specifically, the chase scene in Attack of the Clones. The sense of wonder at the atmosphere, the vivid contrast of bright neon lights and gloomy grimy alleyways, all added up to … Continue reading CloudPunk: Futuristic exploration

Paradise Killer – Judgement has been passed

Disclosure: This game was provided to us for free by Kaizen Game Works for the purpose of review. This article was supplied for us by Ian Mallard and Caitlyn Bowers Paradise Killer is an unabashedly weird game developed by Kaizen Game Works. In it, you play as Lady Love Dies, an investigator brought to Island 24 after centuries of exile to investigate the slaughter of … Continue reading Paradise Killer – Judgement has been passed

Among Us updates announced

The hit indie murder-mystery Among Us has some massive updates coming!  If you haven’t had your head buried under a rock for the last month, you’ve probably seen the plethora of memes doing their social media rounds featuring brightly coloured bean-like spacemen. These memes are usually referring to someone acting ‘a bit sus’, a phrase you’ll hear quite often during Emergency Meetings on Among Us. The … Continue reading Among Us updates announced

The indie Smash Bro’s is a hit

Bounty Battle is the indie gaming community’s answer to Super Smash Bro’s. With a more complex and skill-based combat system and an old-school soundtrack, Dark Screen Games have more than met the standards of the dream-team brawl genre.  Combining the protagonist’s of 25 indie games, including AwesomeNauts, Dead Cells and Guacamelee!, Bounty Battle is a smorgasbord of indie gaming fun. The game also introduces five … Continue reading The indie Smash Bro’s is a hit