The Almost Gone: Walkthrough Guide

The Almost Gone By: Happy Volcano / Playdigious The Almost Gone is a puzzle adventure game from Happy Volcano and Playdigious with a really unique control scheme. Each scene is a diorama, and you can rotate it to see it from different angles. The idea is to look for items and clues to unlock doors and progress through the game. This walkthrough guide should help you if you get stuck. Feel free…

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‘The Almost Gone’ Review: Diorama Drama

The Almost Gone By: Happy Volcano / Playdigious There are some games you know are made for you just from a couple of screenshots or GIFs. That's how it was with The Almost Gone from Happy Volcano and Playdigious. I'd been eagerly awaiting its release since I first caught glimpse of it, with its single-screen dioramas and low-poly art style. After playing through it, I can tell you it was certainly worth…

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My Week Unwrapped: June 21, 2020 – The Academy, DEADWORD, -Cast-, Danganronpa, Kosmonavtes 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've been quite busy this week, so this will be a long roundup. Besides a whole lot of new games, I also covered a few older ones, as well as some PC game demos that were part of the Steam Game Festival. I used Steam Link to play them…

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Sky: Children of the Light – Season of Sanctuary Spirit Locations Guide

Sky: Children of the Light By: thatgamecompany Sky: Children of the Light is the latest game by thatgamecompany, and it's similar to Journey. It's a massive multiplayer online game (MMO) in which you can fly around beautiful landscapes and join with others to solve simple puzzles. I have a generic guide here, but wanted to break things down into more specific ones. There are lots of spirits to collect that get added…

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Kosmonavtes: Academy Escape – Chapter 2 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 2. 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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Sky: Children of the Light – Season of Sanctuary Memory Fragments (Bells) Guide

Sky: Children of the Light By: thatgamecompany Sky: Children of the Light is the latest game by thatgamecompany, and it's similar to Journey. It's a massive multiplayer online game (MMO) in which you can fly around beautiful landscapes and join with others to solve simple puzzles. I have a generic guide here, but wanted to break things down into more specific ones. One of the new additions during the Season of Sanctuary…

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The Academy: The First Riddle – Walkthrough Guide

The Academy: The First Riddle By: Pine Studio / Snapbreak Games The Academy: The First Riddle is a puzzle adventure game that's basically a cross between Harry Potter and Professor Layton. The puzzles can be very tricky -- often intentionally -- so if you get stuck, this walkthrough should help you. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. Walkthrough: Since the game gives you plenty of guidance to…

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‘Little Orpheus’ Review: You’re in for an Adventure, Comrades!

Little Orpheus By: Sumo Digital / The Chinese Room Sumo Digital and The Chinese Room somehow managed to keep a tight lid on their latest Apple Arcade title, Little Orpheus, until the very last moment, so I hadn't the slightest clue what to expect from it. Their teasers in the days leading to its release included cryptic quotes and two-dimensional artwork that turned out to be from the game's opening theme, but…

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