‘ALTER: Between Two Worlds’ Review – Into the Multiverse

ALTER: Between Two Worlds By: Crescent Moon Games / Fivestones Games Fivestones Games made quite the first impression this week when they released their debut mobile game, a hand-drawn puzzler called ALTER: Between Two Worlds. It has you playing as Ana, a woman with the ability to warp between parallel dimensions that occupy the same space. By pushing cubes around, hitting switches and manipulating lasers, she can prove her mastery over enemies…

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ALTER: Between Two Worlds – Walkthrough Guide

ALTER: Between Two Worlds By: Crescent Moon Games / Fivestones Games ALTER: Between Two Worlds is a puzzle game by Fivestones Games, published by Crescent Moon Games. You play as Ana, who has a unique ability to transport between dimensions. The goal in each level is to collect the atoms before getting to the exit. As you progress, you'll encounter new challenges, obstacles and even enemies that can kill you. The puzzles…

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My Week Unwrapped: May 24, 2020 – High Rise, If Found…, Wilmot’s Warehouse, Endless Cards 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 week playing my latest match-three obsession, High Rise, but still found time to squeeze in some other games, including the highly anticipated If Found... from Dreamfeel and Annapurna Interactive. I also finally finished a game of Kingdom Two Crowns, even if I died a…

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‘High Rise – A Puzzle Cityscape’ Review: Reach for the Sky

High Rise - A Puzzle Cityscape By: Florian Grolig Match-three games are one of my favorite genres to play on my iPhone when I have a few minutes to kill here and there. But I'm not talking about the free-to-play Candy Crush or its myriad of knock-offs. When a match-three game sucks me in and holds my attention, it's because it pushes the genre beyond what we're all used to. Match Six…

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Apple Arcade Unwrapped: May 23, 2020 – Beyond Blue, A Fold Apart, Neversong, Scrappers, Towers of Everland, Winding Worlds 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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Detective Undead: Walkthrough Guide

Detective Undead By: Nan Woo Detective Undead is a bizarre point-and-click adventure by Nan Woo that doesn't have much text or guidance at all. There's a lot of pixel hunting involved and some circular logic. But I'll do my best to provide a walkthrough guide for those who need help. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. Walkthrough: 1. You start off by a well. Take the right…

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My Week Unwrapped: May 17, 2020 – Worm Jazz, Kingdom Two Crowns, AE The Covenant, Square Worlds 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 is fairly light, as I spent most of it working on my walkthrough for Adventure Escape The Covenant. I was actually really impressed with it, and story-wise it might be my favorite of the series. I also got two reviews done that I've been working on for…

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‘Kingdom Two Crowns’ iOS Review: Long Live the Queen!

Kingdom Two Crowns By: Raw Fury Back in 2017 when Kingdom: New Lands (KNL) made its way over to iOS, I was impressed with the gorgeous pixel art, eerie soundtrack, and even the core gameplay loop. I liked the combination of actively running around to manage a kingdom, but not having to micromanage every worker. And while the short day and night cycles could be stressful, it kept the game moving at…

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