Tag Archives: Her Story

My Week Unwrapped: July 16, 2017 – Calculator The Game, Knights Fall, Causality, Shape Garden, The Lion’s Song, Telling Lies and More

Hi everyone! I'm back with My Week Unwrapped and I want to do something just a little bit different this time. There have been a lot of great sales lately and I often tweet them out but don't always mention them on here. I don't want to make a new post for every sale, so what I'm going to try is putting the noteworthy sales at the bottom of these posts. Make sure to scroll all the way down so you don't miss them. Anyway, I've been very busy this week and there are a lot of games to cover, so let's Read more [...]

My Week Unwrapped: June 25, 2017 – Telepaint, House of da Vinci, Age of Rivals, MechBox 2, The Little Acre and More

Hi everyone and welcome to the end of the week (or beginning, depending on how you see Sundays), where I discuss what I've been playing over the last seven Days. Yup, I'm back with My Week Unwrapped! And wow has it been a busy week! As you can see, I'm getting this out at the very last possible minute because I was finishing up a review just before this. So the mini reviews might be a bit shorter than usual, but there's a whole bunch of games to cover. The House of da Vinci First off is the gorgeous Read more [...]

My Week Unwrapped: February 18, 2017

Hi everyone, and welcome back to My Week Unwrapped! If this isn't the wordiest roundup ever, please forgive me as I'm a bit sleep-deprived. But at least I've been busy with some really fantastic games this week! First off, I was fortunate enough to play Adriaan de Jongh's Hidden Folks a bit ahead of release. It's a charming interactive Where's Waldo-like game with a strong puzzle aspect to it. I thoroughly enjoyed my time with it and you can read my full review here, and my walkthrough guide Read more [...]

Games for Change Festival 2016: Breaking Down Walls

I recently had the privilege of attending the 13th annual Games for Change Festival here in New York City. At the same time that the United Kingdom gave into fear-mongering and voted to break off from the European Union, I was listening to game developers talk about how they're reaching people in a positive way through their creations. All over the world, communities are making rash decisions based on fear, but some game developers are trying to build bridges and break down walls through empathy, Read more [...]

AppUnwrapper’s Best iOS Games of 2015

2015 was a big year for mobile. There were so many great games, especially in the adventure and puzzle genres. I couldn't possibly play through all of them, so there are likely some hits that I missed. But based on the ones I did play, these were my favorites. Other than Her Story, these aren't in any particular order. You can find my reviews by clicking on each game's title. It was also a big year for AppUnwrapper.com, as I started making YouTube videos alongside my reviews and walkthroughs. Read more [...]