Reviews

Song of Horror

This eerie adventure takes the classic horror movie trope of a somehow creepy, out of tune, children’s music box and runs with the idea. This box encompasses an evil entity – simply referred to as The Presence – which can cause hallucinations,...
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Sumire

Appearances can be deceptive. Sumire might look twee at first glance, but it very quickly puts that right. Sumire’s grandmother has died, her father had left, and her mother is withdrawn. She is, quite understandably, unhappy bordering on hopeless. Let’s have a...
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Alba: A Wildlife Adventure

The timing behind this Mediterranean adventure is impeccable. Presenting an idyllic island to explore – one that’s full of wildlife and features several picturesque resting places – it’s able to provide a taste of paradise at a time when worldwide travel is...
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Just Die Already

Within ten minutes of starting this sandbox mayhem simulator, our hapless elderly lead had been subjected to all kinds of pain and torment, from drinking too much and urinating on a sparking plug socket to being decapitated by piranhas – all in...
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Astro Aqua Kitty

This explorative shooter is a sequel to Aqua Kitty (UDX) – a game where a team of milk mining cats overcome their seafaring fears to tap into a huge natural reserve of deliciously creamy milk that has been discovered under the sea....
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Outbreak: Endless Nightmares

If you peruse the digital storefronts often, you’ve likely caught wind of the Outbreak franchise. This ‘old skool’ horror series, paying tribute to Resident Evil, has gained several spin-offs and sequels over the past 2-3 years. Judging by screenshots alone, each instalment...
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WarDogs: Red’s Return

This side-scrolling brawler introduces us to Red, a young street dog entangled in gang culture following his parents’ untimely death. Treating his fellow gang members as family, he’s headstrong and streetwise – two traits beneficial for de-escalating a raging war between rival...
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The Skylia Prophecy

Remember Castlevania and Metroid? Indie developers certainly do. From Hollow Knight to Dead Cells, you can’t move for modern takes. The Skylia Prophecy is another in the burgeoning genre of Metroidvanias, however, it skews a lot closer to the ‘vania side, taking...
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