My Week Unwrapped: August 20, 2017 — Technobabylon, The Girl Who Sold the World, DATA WING, cityglitch, Finn in 1989, Karma and More

Hi everyone and welcome back to another busy installment of My Week Unwrapped, where I discuss all the games I've been playing over the last week. It's been quite a hectic week for me, trying to finish some games and review them in time for their release. I also decided last-minute to go tothe Play NYC convention yesterday, and wrote about the experience here. But that's enough about me. Let's talk about the games! And make sure to scroll down to the bottom for the noteworthy sales of the week. Technobabylon I Read more [...]

DATA WING: Walkthrough

DATA WING By: Dan Vogt I'm not very good at Dan Vogt's DATA WING, but I'm really enjoying the story. So I figured I'd post my videos here for those who want to see it, maybe without having to play themselves. I can't promise I'll complete the game, as it is giving me trouble. But I'll try my best and update this as I play more! Walkthrough: Part 1: Part 2: More coming soon! Read more [...]

Play NYC Highlights: ‘Unavowed,’ ‘Linelight,’ ‘Otis,’ and More

Yesterday, I decided last-minute to check out the first ever Play NYC convention in New York. While most games were for PC or console, I did find some mobile games and their developers, as well as some games that could potentially come to mobile in the future. I'm not going to talk about everything I saw, but I did want to discuss some highlights. First off, I got to play the demo of Wadjet Eye's upcoming point-and-click adventure, Unavowed and chatted a bit with developer Dave Gilbert. I really Read more [...]

The Girl Who Sold the World: Walkthrough Guide

The Girl Who Sold the World By: Lyorah Studios This will be a complete walkthrough guide with help, hints, tips, tricks, answers and solutions for the iOS and Android game, The Girl Who Sold the World, by Lyorah Studios. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. Walkthrough: Note: It's normal for the app to crash when the Skyler messenger disconnects. Please don't leave negative reviews in the App Store over it. It's more fun to see bad endings as well as the good ones, but Read more [...]

‘Technobabylon’ iOS Review: Plug in Your Wetware and Get Pulled into a Trance

Technobabylon By: Wadjet Eye Games & Technocrat As much as I like point-and-click adventures, I can be a bit particular with my tastes. Getting stuck too often for too long can turn me off from a game I'm otherwise enjoying, especially if the answers seem illogical or the puzzles require too much guesswork to solve. Layout usually plays a part in this, as well. Is the game user-friendly as far as making it easy to access available locations and items? Or is it a chore? Being able to quickly get Read more [...]