Reviews

Travel Mosaics: A Paris Tour

Travel Mosaics puts a Parisian twist on Picross. For the uninformed, Picross puzzles are logic puzzles (also known as Nonograms) which provide a grid and a set of numbers to create a picture. The interaction of these numbers allows you to fill...
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Space Blaze

Even though it’s a straightforward horizontal shooter, UIG’s Space Blaze is an odd proposition. It prides itself of being a retro throwback – a delightfully old-school experience inspired by the classic shooters of the ‘80s. The product description does its best to...
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Breathing Fear

Imagine, if you can, that you’re an escaped convict who comes across an abandoned house in the dead of night. If you’ve ever played a game, watched a movie, or read a book you know what to do: run away fast. No...
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Demon’s Tilt

Even in this day and age of million-dollar video games, it’s unlikely pinball will fade away anytime soon. Thanks to the popularity of Pinball FX3 and Farsight’s recreations of classic tables, pinball games for PC and consoles are unlikely to go the...
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Rift Keeper

Rift Keeper’s product description successfully manages to mask its influences. Whether this was intentional or not is unclear. A rough outline of what to expect is duly provided – suggesting a 2D side-scrolling rogue-lite – but it’s not until entering the first...
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Story of a Gladiator

The developers behind this 2D arena brawler presumably didn’t intend for it to resemble a 16-bit beat’em up. To be more specific, its pleasingly brief battles have a similar flow to the boss fights found in the likes of Final Fight and...
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Mad Games Tycoon

Have you ever played a game and had the impression the developers were out of their comfort zone? Perhaps a sports title in which the official rules weren’t followed, or a movie tie-in with the source material misused in an obvious way?...
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