Tagged: PC

Warlock’s Tower Review

Warlock’s Tower Review

Developed by MidiPixel and published (and ported) by Ratalaika Games, Warlock’s Tower is an 8-bit puzzler with a twist. You play as a mailman, and the only one who can save the world from...

Zeroptian Invasion Review

Ratalaika Games has a special wheelhouse that isn’t seen too often these days: old school arcade. We last crossed paths with their co-op adventure Twin Robots (you can read our full review here) which...

I Am The Hero Review

Punching, kicking, jumping, repeat. These are the defining traits of a classic video game hero. Ever since Mario first journeyed off to save Princess Toadstool in his original NES title, the action genre has...

Wargroove Impressions

There hasn’t been an Advanced Wars title for a while now and the developers at Chucklefish noticed. So they went ahead and created Wargroove, a game that can politely be described as an homage...

Why I’m Still Playing Stardew Valley

On February 26th, 2016, a man called Eric Barone (ConcernedApe), along with a publishing company called Chucklefish, released a little farming/adventure/simulator game called Stardew Valley. Nearly three hours later I have 221 hours logged...

TBT – Cibele Retrospective

“It’s easier to talk when you aren’t looking at someone.” Cibele is immensely quiet. Silence defines a majority of the venture, interrupted only by the diegetic mouse clickings which, like 2015’s other meta masterpiece,...

The Thin Silence Review

In The Thin Silence, you walk around the two-dimensional environment solving logic puzzles by using objects in your inventory on different things in the world. For example, the hook lets you travel past big...

Cheap Golf Review – At A Loss For Words

Apparently, my name is Susan. I didn’t really any choice in the matter. The hyperactive AI really wants to test my skills, it frequently breaks from its puzzles to ask me questions, some philosophic,...