Game of Thrones: Tale of Crows – First Impressions and Gameplay Videos

Game of Thrones: Tale of Crows By: Devolver / That Silly Studio While we were all expecting this week's Apple Arcade release to be Next Stop Nowhere from OXENFREE developer, Night School Studio, instead a new Game of Thrones game quietly emerged out of nowhere. Tale of Crows is an idle real-time narrative-driven game by Spaceplan developer That Silly Studio and publisher Devolver Digital that takes place eight thousand years before the…

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Grindstone: Guano Grotto Walkthrough Guide

Grindstone By: Capybara Games Grindstone is an Apple Arcade match-three game from Capybara that works similarly to Dungeon Raid. You need to draw through hordes of enemies of the same color to attack them and create grindstones. I have a walkthrough for the main campaign here, but this guide should help you with the new area called Guano Grotto. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. Walkthrough: First,…

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‘Grindstone’ Daily Grind is Where the Game Truly Shines

Grindstone By: Capybara Games Grindstone was one of the first Apple Arcade games I tried, and it's certainly the one I've invested the most time into. I've been recording my journey and so far have over thirty hours worth of gameplay footage. It's also one of the games that has gotten the most content updates, and the latest brings us not only more levels, but a competitive daily challenge mode called Daily…

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Apple Arcade Unwrapped: July 25, 2020 – Beyond a Steel Sky, Creaks, Little Orpheus, The Lullaby of Life, Necrobarista and More

Hi everyone, and welcome back to my roundups of Apple Arcade games, called Apple Arcade Unwrapped. It's similar to my weekly roundup called My Week Unwrapped. As I make my way through the Apple Arcade games, I'll be posting my impressions about the games I played since the previous issue. The idea is to include gameplay videos and blurbs to help my readers decide which games to play first. There are already…

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‘Creaks’ Review: Creakin’ Great

Creaks By: Amanita Design Over the last few years, Amanita Design has become one of my favorite developers, from whom I know I can expect a game with tons of personality. They first won me over with Samorost 3, but then I went back to catch up with Botanicula, an equally charming point-and-click adventure. I've since had the pleasure to play through Chuchel and Pilgrims, both of which are more playful than…

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Creaks: Complete Paintings and Achievements Guide

Creaks By: Amanita Design Creaks is the latest adventure game from Amanita Design. It has you climbing up and down ladders, sneaking across creaky floors and avoiding robotic dogs that turn into furniture. It's less of a point-and-click adventure and more of a puzzle platformer. The paintings and achievements can be difficult to find, so this walkthrough guide should help you locate any you missed. Feel free to ask for extra help…

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Creaks: 100% Complete Walkthrough Guide

Creaks By: Amanita Design Creaks is the latest adventure game from Amanita Design. It has you climbing up and down ladders, sneaking across creaky floors and avoiding robotic dogs that turn into furniture. It's less of a point-and-click adventure and more of a puzzle platformer. It can be tricky, so this walkthrough guide should help you if you get stuck. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. See…

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‘Beyond a Steel Sky’ Review: Qdos All Around

Beyond a Steel Sky By: Revolution Software I'm a big fan of the classic point-and-click adventure series, Broken Sword, and even still have my copy of the original on Game Boy Advance. But for some reason, I never played Revolution Software's earlier game, Beneath a Steel Sky, which released 26 years ago. It's been on iOS for while now, but as a spoiled modern gamer, it always looked a bit dated to…

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