‘Bertram Fiddle: Episode 2: A Bleaker Predicklement’ Releasing August 24, Preview Inside

Bertram Fiddle: Episode 2: A Bleaker Predicklement By: Rumpus Animation Update: The game is out! See my review here. If you liked the first episode of the puntastic point-and-click adventure, Bertram Fiddle, you'll be happy to hear that after many delays, the second episode, A Bleaker Predicklement, is finally releasing this Thursday, August 24th. While I've not completed the game yet, I have spent a good chunk of time with it and…

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My Week Unwrapped: July 9, 2017 – Cosmic Express, Onirim, Rogue Hacker, Hoggy 2, Dawn of Crafting, Look Right Agency and More

Hi everyone, and welcome back to My Week Unwrapped! I've been very busy, though I haven't written many articles this week. I do have lots of videos to share, most of released games but also some previews. If you're looking for something new to play, this is a good place to find it! Cosmic Express Despite the many games I played this week, I had some time to spare and had an…

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My Week Unwrapped: July 2, 2017 – All That Remains, Puzzle Puppers, Missile Cards, Miracle Merchant, Silent Streets and More

Hi everyone and welcome to another installment of My Week Unwrapped, where I talk about what I've been playing all week. It's been pretty busy and I also have a lot to say about some of these games. They're almost full reviews. Hopefully you'll find them useful! So without further ado, let's begin! All That Remains: Part 1 Although I played Glitch Games' new first-person point-and-click adventure, All That Remains: Part 1,…

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My Week Unwrapped: June 17, 2017 – FRAMED 2, forma.8 GO, Hidden Folks and More

Hi everyone and welcome to another installment of My Week Unwrapped, where I recap all the games I've been playing over the last week. I've been pretty busy, though much of it has been with the same games. Still, some quality games to talk about today. FRAMED 2 As I mentioned last week, Loveshack's FRAMED 2 released and I wrote both a review and walkthrough. If you liked the first game, I…

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Glitch Games’ ‘All That Remains Part 1’ Scheduled to Release This Month

All That Remains By: Glitch Games It should be no surprise to anyone by now that I'm a big fan of Glitch Games. I've been following their work since they released a little demo they made during a game jam, and they've since proven themselves to be quite the devilish adventure game designers. Tricky puzzles abound in all of their games. And while Forever Lost might be over, they're not done exploring…

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Accidental Queens’ ‘A Normal Lost Phone’ Releasing January 26th

A Normal Lost Phone By: Plug In Digital (Accidental Queens) Update: The game is now available! You can download it here and see my review here and my walkthrough guide here. I just finished playing the upcoming game by Accidental Queens called A Normal Lost Phone. It was originally made as part of a game jam and then expanded into a commercial release. I didn't play the original, so I can't speak…

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‘Puzzlepops! Trick or Treat’ Serves Up Both Tricks and Treats This Thursday

Puzzlepops! Trick or Treat By: Layton Hawkes Update: The game is now out! The title of Layton Hawkes' latest puzzle game might be slightly misleading, as Puzzlepops! Trick or Treat doesn't make you choose between the two. It's a Halloween-themed sequel to one of my favorite puzzlers, Puzzlepops!. It features all types of sweets -- including candy corn, candy bats, wax vampire lips, and eyeball jawbreakers -- and is often quite tricky.…

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Glitch Games’ ‘The Forgotten Room’ Is Releasing Right in Time for Halloween and It Is Devious

The Forgotten Room By: Glitch Games As you most likely know by now, I've been a big fan of Glitch Games's point-and-click adventures ever since they released a short little demo of a game called The Hauntening, and then their full-fledged three-part adventure, Forever Lost. Since they never stop working, there's basically always a new game to look forward to. This time, it's the closest they've come to horror since The Hauntening,…

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