Monthly Archives: February 2014

The Inner World: Review

The Inner World By: Headup Games & Studio Fizbin "The Inner World," by Headup Games and Studio Fizbin, got a huge update to fix some earlier problems and is currently on sale for only 99 cents. I finally got around to playing it, and definitely recommend it to any fans of old-school point-and-click adventure games. The game starts off with you controlling Robert, a young Asposian from the land of Asposia, which relies on wind power. Robert is different from other Asposians he's met because he Read more [...]

God of Light: Walkthrough Guide with Fireflies (Celestial Tree) – World 1

God of Light By: Playmous ***See our God of Light review here!*** Scroll down for links to all the trees. Walkthrough: This is a walkthrough guide for the iOS/iPhone/iPad/iPod/Android game "God of Light" by Playmous where you can find help, hints, tips, tricks and solutions. Following this guide, you should be able to get all the stars and all the fireflies. Click on the images to enlarge them. Feel free to ask for help in the comments section. I can now make videos for any levels. Just ask! Celestial Read more [...]

Tengami: Review

Tengami By: Nyamyam Games I've always had a fascination with pop-up books. Even as an adult, I'll browse through the Barnes & Noble kids' section to see the intricate foldable art inside these books. I've always found it impressive and even magical. I'm also a big fan of adventure games. So when I saw that an iOS game was coming out that would be like an adventure/puzzle game within a gorgeous pop-up book, I was eager to play it. So did the game live up to my expectations? No doubt about it, Read more [...]

Tengami: Walkthrough Guide

Tengami By: Nyamyam Walkthrough: **See our Tengami review here.** 1. Walk to the right. As you approach the gap, ring the wind chimes to lull the wolf to sleep. Then the page will fold down to let you cross safely. 2. When you come to the water, fold back the piece from right to left to build a bridge so you can cross. 3. As you continue walking, you'll see another wolf. There's also a staircase. But the wolf howls and collapses the staircase. You can't open it while he's awake. So continue Read more [...]

Oquonie Review

Oquonie By: David Mondou-Labbe I'm going to try to write this review without giving much away, as part of the charm of Oquonie is going in without knowing much. There is absolutely no hand-holding in this game, and a large part of the fun is messing around and discovering how things work through trial and error. If you come across the any photos from Oquonie (like the ones above), you're likely to be intrigued by the graphics, which are gorgeously surreal and reminiscent of Edward Gorey drawings. Read more [...]