The Last Campfire: Walkthrough Guide

The Last Campfire By: Hello Games The Last Campfire is a puzzle adventure game from Hello Games, in which you need to rescue lost embers. There's a lot of exploration involved, and it doesn't seem to be strictly linear. If you get stuck on any puzzles, this walkthrough guide should help you. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. Walkthrough: For now, I'm posting videos of my first…

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‘Meteorfall: Krumit’s Tale’ Review: Accessibility is the Real Hero Here

Meteorfall: Krumit's Tale By: Slothwerks / Eric Farraro I didn't grow up playing Magic the Gathering and its ilk, so I never really developed that skill of finding synergy between cards and constructing a powerful deck. But there's been a surge of deck-building roguelikes in recent years in the digital space and they're such a great fit for touchscreen devices, that I can't help myself but try them all out. Slothwerks' Meteorfall:…

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Giveaway: Win a Free iOS or Android Copy of ‘Meteorfall: Krumit’s Tale’

Meteorfall: Krumit's Tale By: Slothwerks / Eric Farraro (UPDATE: The giveaway has now ended and the winners have been sent their codes. Thanks to everyone who participated!) I wrote about Slothwerks' card-based dungeon crawler, Meteorfall: Krumit's Tale, a month ago when I first started playing the beta version, and had a lot of positive things to say. Since then, I've spent quite some time with it, though I'm still honing my skills.…

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My Week Unwrapped: August 22, 2020 – The Bonfire 2, Kavel, Ord., renal summer, Otherworld Legends 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 has been a fairly busy week, though I spent much of it playing one game. I still found time for a few others that are worth checking out. I also played some of the latest Apple Arcade game, which I'll touch on just a bit. Anyway, I have…

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The Bonfire 2: Uncharted Shores – Walkthrough Guide

The Bonfire 2: Uncharted Shores By: Xigma Games The Bonfire 2: Uncharted Shores is the sequel to Xigma Games' survival city-building game, The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands. It's much longer than the original and a lot has changed that's not particularly clear. So this guide should hopefully help you if you get stuck. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. This is a work in progress, so please bear…

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My Week Unwrapped: August 15, 2020 – Circulous, The Machine’s Garden, Neverwinter Nights, Shadow of Naught 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'm a bit under the weather right now, which makes it hard to record videos with commentary. So I decided instead to publish my weekly roundup a bit early. This is also a short one, but there are some solid games to discuss, some already released and some upcoming.…

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‘The Machine’s Garden’ Review: A Delightfully Perplexing Hex Maze

The Machine's Garden By: Too Much Tomato I love when a puzzle game seems simple at first, then quickly opens up into a brain-splitting monster that shows no mercy. That's what happened with The Machine's Garden from Too Much Tomato. It starts off as a basic line-drawing puzzler on a hexagonal grid, but before long new mechanics are added that completely change everything. The goal remains throughout to cover every tile, but…

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‘Circulous’ Review: Ridiculously Meticulous

Circulous By: Chain Reaction Games / gary gogis Two years ago, then-14-year-old developer Brayden Gogis of Chain Reaction Games made all of us feel very inadequate by releasing his narrative puzzler called The Company Game. Since then he made Solisquare, a unique take on the classic Solitaire, which has been getting regular updates with new themes. Now he's back with what is perhaps his most ambitious project yet, a puzzle adventure called…

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