The Company Game By: gary gogis (Chain Reaction Games) If you’ve enjoyed games like Blackbox or The Guides, you’ll want to keep an eye out for Chain Reaction Games’ The Company Game, a mysterious puzzler releasing in September that was, impressively, developed by a 14-year-old. It takes some inspiration from these games but stands out on its own due to
Powerless By: Narratio Narratio’s upcoming Powerless has a compelling pitch. It’s advertised as an “interactive doomsday simulator,” and its goal is to put the player into realistic life-and-death situations to see how they would react and whether they could survive. You play as multiple different characters as they try to make it out alive after a coronal mass ejection (CME)
Barbearian By: Kimmo Lahtinen (GIMBLLL) If you frequent this site, you probably know that I’m a big puzzle and adventure fan. I usually like to relax with my games and not get too stressed out. But I also enjoy a good hack-n-slash from time to time, and used to adore the old Gameloft Dungeon Hunter series before they went free-to-play.
holedown, The Eyes of Ara, Super Starfish, Hello Neighbor, Hidden my game by mom 3, Waking Violet, Pocket City, Candleman: Walk with Shadows, Escape from Chernobyl Hi everyone! It’s Tuesday again, and that means it’s time for another installment of My Week Unwrapped! To be honest, I’m running out of ideas of what to to say in these intros. Maybe
Scalak By: Michal Pawlowski ﻿ Ever since I played his relaxing puzzler, Zenge, I’ve been keeping an eye out for Michal Pawlowski aka Hamster on Coke’s games. Art of Gravity didn’t really pull me in (sorry not sorry), but I had a great time with the all-too-brief “PUSH” he developed with Maciej Targoni. So I was happy to play his
Death Squared (RORORORO) By: SMG Studio Update: The game is out! See my review here. There are some games I keep an eye on because they sound interesting, even if there’s been no indication that they’ll ever be ported to iOS. SMG Studio’s Death Squared is one such game. It always looked fun to me, but even though the studio
Veritas By: Glitch Games A little while back, I wrote about Glitch Games’ next point-and-click adventure, Veritas. At that point, though, not much was known besides a vague plot description and a couple of screenshots and GIFS. Oh and a surprisingly detailed fake website for the company in the game, Veritas Industries. Well, they’ve been working hard on the game
Four Last Things By: Joe Richardson I’ve been a big fan of Hieronymus Bosch’s The Garden of Earthly Delights painting — specifically the Hell part — for quite some time now. I even have a big book of his artwork so I could look at it whenever I want. One of the things I love about it is that there’s