‘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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Kosmonavtes: Academy Escape – Chapter 3 Walkthrough Guide

Kosmonavtes: Academy Escape By: LKMAD Kosmonavtes: Academy Escape is the sequel to LKMAD's adventure game, Kosmonavtes: Escape Reality. You have to help Vala graduate from Space Academy while her classmates play pranks on her. This walkthrough guide will help you if you get stuck on any puzzles in Chapter 3. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. See my Kosmonavtes: Escape Reality walkthrough. Walkthrough: Chapter 1 | Chapter…

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My Week Unwrapped: July 5, 2020 – Outsider: After Life, SPHAZE, Dungeon Warfare, Dark Mist and More

Hi everyone, and welcome back to My Week Unwrapped, where I discuss all the games I've been playing over the last seven days. I spent most of this past week playing through Beyond a Steel Sky (BASS2)on Apple Arcade, so this will be a short roundup. I'm still working on a review for BASS2, but if you need help with any of the puzzles, I have a complete walkthrough guide here. Anyway,…

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‘SPHAZE’ Review: Maze Malaise

SPHAZE By: Mateusz Janczewski At first glance, SPHAZE appears to be everything I could want in a puzzler -- gorgeous Monument Valley-inspired low-poly graphics, one-handed portrait play, and simple touch controls. The name comes from the combination of "sphere" and "maze" and has you solving round labyrinthine mechanical puzzles. You're guided by a cuddly little robot called RoBeep who you must help through each maze, along with his robot friends. It starts…

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Outsider: After Life – Walkthrough Guide

Outsider: After Life By: Rogue Games / Once a Bird Outsider: After Life is a point-and-click adventure from Once a Bird and Rogue Games. It has you controlling the HUD-ini droid after humanity was wiped out. It involves solving lots of puzzles, so this walkthrough guide should help you if you get stuck. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section.Walkthrough: This game doesn't really lend itself well to…

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SPHAZE: Walkthrough Guide

SPHAZE By: Mateusz Janczewski SPHAZE is a stylish puzzle game where you have to rotate rings to create a safe path for little robots to follow through a spherical maze, or sphaze. It seems relaxing at first but can get pretty difficult. So this walkthrough guide should help you if you get stuck on any of the puzzles. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. See my SHPAZE…

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My Week Unwrapped: June 28, 2020 – The Almost Gone, The Innsmouth Case, Rising Sushi, End of Days: Survival and More

Hi everyone, and welcome back to My Week Unwrapped, where I discuss all the games I've been playing over the last seven days. This week was not quite as busy as last week, but there's still some notable games to cover. I've also been spending a lot of time playing the latest Apple Arcade game, Beyond a Steel Sky from Revolution Software. On top of that, I tried out several several upcoming…

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‘Circulous’ is the Latest Puzzle Game from ‘The Company Game’ Developer (Preview Inside)

Circulous By: Chain Reaction Games / gary gogis Teenaged developer, Chain Reaction Games, impressed me with his narrative-based puzzler, The Company Game, when it released two years ago. It cleverly had you using different features of your iPhone to solve puzzles and unlock more information about this strange organization called simply The Company. Now he's back with a new game that ties into the same world, named Circulous. It releases on August…

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