Monthly Archives: September 2017

‘Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story’ Review: A Worthy Sequel

Another Lost Phone: Laura's Story By: Plug In Digital (Accidental Queens) Accidental Queens' A Normal Lost Phone was unique not just because it's one of a rare few games that mimic an entire smartphone, but because of the sensitive topic it explores. Without giving too much away, I will say that it was about teenagers and finding one's way in life, where one can be themselves and comfortable in their skin. It was clear to me that the developers were coming from a positive place and trying to Read more [...]

Unlocking the PowerJob Messenger in ‘Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story’ – Walkthrough Guide

Another Lost Phone: Laura's Story By: Plug In Digital (Accidental Queens) See my review for Another Lost Phone here. When you try try to access the PowerJob Messenger app in Another Lost Phone: Laura's Story, you're shown three portraits and have to identify each of them using the information found on the phone. But each time is different and if you mess up you'll be given three new faces. So I'm going to identify each one for you here and you can find the ones you need. Click here for the rest Read more [...]

Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story: Walkthrough Guide and Passwords

Another Lost Phone: Laura's Story By: Plug In Digital (Accidental Queens) This is a complete walkthrough guide with help, hints, tips, tricks, solutions and answers for the iOS, Android and PC text messaging game, Another Lost Phone: Laura's Story, by Accidental Queens. See my review for Another Lost Phone here. Walkthrough: Note: This guide is simply meant to help you progress through the game. I'm giving you the solutions to each puzzle, but will try not to spoil the story. You can watch Read more [...]

Thimbleweed Park: Touch Controls Guide and Tips

Thimbleweed Park By: Terrible Toybox (Ron Gilbert) This is just a short guide to help those playing the mobile version of Thimbleweed Park find the shortcuts to make the game more user-friendly. Some of these options are not so obvious at first, so they're easy to miss. I missed them myself during my first hour or so playing. So first off, you can read the helpful tips in the settings. You're shown some of the controls when you boot up the game. Basically, tap to move. The verbs on the screen Read more [...]

Thimbleweed Park is Out Now on iOS and Has Won Me Over

Thimbleweed Park By: Terrible Toybox (Ron Gilbert) I'm not going to mince words. When I first heard about and saw screenshots of Ron Gilbert's Thimbleweed Park, I had some excitement mixed with dread. Dread that it would mimic old retro games to a point that wouldn't be enjoyable for me. I'm very sensitive about games wasting my time, and a list of action verbs on the screen was not that appealing to me. I didn't grow up on LucasArts games. The point-and-click adventures I played were those Read more [...]