Monthly Archives: August 2015

Dead Synchronicity: Walkthrough Guide

Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today By: Daedalic Entertainment GmbH This is a walkthrough guide for the game Dead Synchronicity by Daedalic Entertainment. It was played on my iPad Air 2. If you need help with a specific puzzle, feel free to ask in the comments section. I might add a text step-by-step walkthrough if there's interest. **Tip: Make sure to manually save the game frequently, because the game doesn't always automatically save! Part 1: Part 2: Part 3: Part 4: Part Read more [...]

Year Walk + Companion: iOS Review

Year Walk By: Simogo I finally got around to playing Simogo's Year Walk after all these years and countless people telling me to play. It would be an understatement to say I had high expectations. So let me say I straight out: I loved Year Walk. But I also hated it. The game is named after a Swedish practice of starving one's self, then taking a spiritual journey through the woods, hoping to learn something about the future. It's a mysterious practice that you can learn more about in the Year Read more [...]

Escape The Temple: Walkthrough Guide

Escape The Temple By: ruoming bian This will be a complete step-by-step Walkthrough for the iOS and Android room escape game, Escape The Temple by ruoming bian. It's a work in progress, so please bear with me. Feel free to ask for help in the comments section. Walkthrough: 1. Look behind the pedestal to see a clue, the numbers 512634. 2. Turn right and zoom in on the star puzzle. Use the clue you just found to solve this. Look at each corner of the hexagon. Tap those shapes in order of the Read more [...]

Whispering Willows iOS Review: Enter At Your Own Risk

Whispering Willows By: Night Light Interactive They say first impressions are everything. In the case of Whispering Willows on iOS, this is mostly true. My first reaction to it was "what is this madness?!" when I booted up the game on my iPad Air 2 and it was upside-down. This was both puzzling and annoying, as I've always held my iPad with the home button to the left and now I couldn't. So, off to a bad start. But no big deal, right? I flipped my iPad around and started the game. And...this Read more [...]

The Guides + Compendium: Game Review

The Guides By: Kevin Bradford and Luke Lisi I got my hands on the cryptic puzzle game The Guides a couple weeks before release. I was instantly intrigued and excited at the prospect of a puzzle game that was designed around mobile devices. I loved the idea that everything I needed to know is contained inside the app, since I've been turned off by similar games that required too much outside knowledge. I spent a lot of time with it, determined to try and complete the available content -- fifty Read more [...]