Little Orpheus: Walkthrough Guide

Little Orpheus By: Sumo Digital / The Chinese Room Little Orpheus is the latest game by The Chinese Room and Sumo Digital. It has you running through a prehistoric world full of gorgeous, giant plants and man-eating dinosaurs. It's fairly straightforward, but if you get stuck this walkthrough should help you. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. Walkthrough: Episode 1 - Comrades, to the Centre!: Episode 2…

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‘Hue – A Color Adventure’ iOS Review: Color Me Frustrated

Hue - A Color Adventure By: BadLand Publishing / Fiddlesticks A while back, Fiddlesticks' Hue appeared in the pre-order section of the App Store without any warning. I had heard good things about it on other platforms, but never knew an iOS port was in the works. As a puzzle fan, I was excited about the news, especially since the game features a unique mechanic that has you messing around with colors…

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INMOST: Walkthrough and Achievements Guide

INMOST By: Chucklefish Limited / Hidden Layer Games INMOST is a new creepy and atmospheric puzzle platformer from Chucklefish Studios and Hidden Layer Games. There are hidden collectibles to find, achievements to chase, and lots of puzzles. This walkthrough guide should help you if you get stuck. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. Walkthrough: For now, I'm posting my gameplay videos, but I'll make a proper guide…

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‘GRIS’ iOS Review: An Absolutely Perfect Port

GRIS By: Nomada Studio / Devolver Digital I'm a sucker for pretty visuals, so when the trailer for Nomada Studio's GRIS was first released back in 2018, I was jealous of everyone who would be able to play it on their platform of choice. I hoped it might make it to mobile one day, but I know that platformers don't always transition well to touchscreens and the developers might not think it's…

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GRIS: iOS First Impressions

GRIS By: Nomada Studio / Devolver Digital Ever since I first saw the trailer for Nomada Studio's gorgeous puzzle-platformer, GRIS, I've been hoping that it might come to iOS one day. I didn't really expect it to happen, but publisher Devolver Digital has been bringing some other great PC ports over, so I still had a little bit of hope. Well, it looks like my prayers were answered, as this absolutely stunning…

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‘Ordia’ Review: One Does Not Simply Walk Into Ordia

Ordia By: Loju LTD Causality was one of my favorite games of 2017 and remains one of my favorite puzzlers. It has clever time-traveling mechanics, is extremely user-friendly with its ability to rewind your mistakes, and it's all tied up in a nice, neat package with pleasant visuals. So of course I was excited to hear that developer Loju was working on another game. Ordia released last week and isn't quite as…

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Linn: Path of Orchards – Walkthrough Guide, Tips and Tricks

Linn: Path of Orchards By: Crescent Moon Games I'm not super skilled at playing Linn: Path of Orchards, but there are things I picked up along the way that helped me get a better handle on the controls and how things work in the game. So while don't have a proper walkthrough for the full game, I do have some pointers to help anyone out who's struggling. See my Linn review here.…

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‘Linn: Path of Orchards’ Review – You Spin Me Right Round

Linn: Path of Orchards By: Crescent Moon Games Linn: Path of Orchards is a game I wish I was better at playing. I love the art style that's reminiscent of classics like Monument Valley and Alto's Adventure, from the color palette to the weather effects. It has a calm and relaxing soundtrack that makes me want to keep playing even when I'm frustrated. I'm also a big fan of games that have…

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