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My Week Unwrapped: January 28, 2018 – The Room Old Sins, Meteorfall, Four Last Things, Friday the 13th Puzzle Killer, Stack & Crack, Adera and More

Hi everyone and welcome to the latest installment of My Week Unwrapped, where I discuss the games I've been playing over the last seven days and tell you whether I think they're worth picking up. You may have noticed that this post is a day early. That's because tomorrow my site is getting some maintenance and I won't be able to publish anything. It's been a crazy week anyway, so there's plenty to cover even without that extra day. The Room: Old Sins I know I mentioned it a bit last week, but Read more [...]

‘Four Last Things’ iOS Review: Oh My Bosch!

Four Last Things By: Joe Richardson If you ever thought, "why isn't there a point-and-click adventure built out of old Renaissance paintings," you might be happy to learn that there is indeed a point-and-click adventure built out of old Renaissance paintings. Joe Richardson's aptly named Four Last Things has been out on PC since last year, but mostly went ignored by me because I hate those dirty, disgusting things. So I was excited to discover that it was coming to iOS, where I could lovingly Read more [...]

My Week Unwrapped: January 22, 2018 – The Room Old Sins, Four Last Things, Meteorfall, Six Match, It’s Full of Sparks, JYDGE and More

Hi everyone, and welcome to My Week Unwrapped, where I talk about what I've been playing over the last seven days. Most of the games I've been busy with aren't releasing until later this week, but you can pre-order almost all of them right now, so I still want to talk about them. It's going to be a crazy week, so might as well start planning out which games you'll play, right? So let's get straight to it. The Room: Old Sins I know you've all been waiting for the latest game from Fireproof, The Read more [...]

‘Four Last Things’ is the Point-and-Click Adventure I Never Knew I Needed

Four Last Things By: Joe Richardson I've been a big fan of Hieronymus Bosch's The Garden of Earthly Delights painting -- specifically the Hell part -- for quite some time now. I even have a big book of his artwork so I could look at it whenever I want. One of the things I love about it is that there's so many little details. You could probably stare at it for years and still miss something. You also might not know that I minored in art in college, which involved some art history classes. While Read more [...]