‘The Company Game’ is a Cryptic Puzzler from a 14-Year-Old Developer

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 its underlying story you unravel bit by bit, as well as the…

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‘Powerless’ is a Narrative Game That Asks You to Make Difficult Choices to Survive

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) kills all power on Earth, causing mass destruction. Each character comes in…

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Radiant One: Walkthrough Guide

Radiant One By: Fntastic Fntastic's Radiant One is an atmospheric adventure game about a man named Daniel who learns how to enter lucid dreams. All sorts of strange things happen as he goes on a journey of self-discovery. It's not too difficult a game, but if you mess up, you have to restart the last section. This walkthrough will help you if you get stuck. Feel free to ask for extra help…

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‘Barbearian’ is a Challenging Hack-n-Slash That Wants Anyone to Be Able to Play

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. The upcoming Bardbearian, by GIMBLLL, promises fast-paced action "with massive battles in…

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‘holedown’ Review: Solid to the Core

holedown By: webbfarbror AB I've never been that great at Brick Breaker, and the fast-paced nature of the game kept me from ever sticking with it and trying to get better. Now that I play games almost exclusively on a touchscreen, I really can't see investing time into a game like that. But it's undeniable how satisfying it is when you get a ball bouncing around and hitting lots of bricks before…

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‘The Eyes of Ara’ iOS Review: A Sight to Behold

The Eyes of Ara By: 100 Stones Interactive I didn't know that much about 100 Stones Interactive's adventure game, The Eyes of Ara, before it got ported to iOS. But it seemed like my kind of game, so I was excited to try it. At first, my experience was a little underwhelming. I solved a few basic puzzles and found some notes that hinted to a story. I uncovered some objects, used…

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Pluck It: hairs and emotions – Walkthrough Guide

Pluck It: hairs and emotions By: Ka Seng Chou Pluck It: hairs and emotions is a weird and wonderful game about plucking hairs and feeling emotions. It can be confusing at times, so I made this walkthrough video to help you if you get stuck. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. And sorry about the sound getting cut out! Hopefully you'll play it yourself with the sound…

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