Faraway 2 Jungle Escape: All Notes/Letters and Secrets

Faraway 2: Jungle Escape By: Snapbreak Games (Pine Studio) I already have a step-by-step walkthrough for Faraway 2 here, but I thought some folks might like to see all the letters in one place. I also included the translations for the letters that are in an alien language, to the best of my abilities. I've also added any secrets I found at the bottom. Letters: Level 1: Level 2: Level 3: Level…

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‘GNOG’ iOS Review: A Playful and Tactile Experience

GNOG By: KO_OP I'd been looking forward to playing KO_OP's GNOG on my iPad ever since I heard it was coming to iOS devices. Everything about it looked like something I'd enjoy. The colorful artwork, toylike puzzle boxes, and the quirkiness of the whole thing. I was lucky enough to play a demo of it last year before it made its way to consoles, but I had to play with a controller.…

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GNOG: Walkthrough Guide

GNOG By: KO_OP This is a complete step-by-step walkthrough guide with help, hints, answers and solutions for the iOS, PC and console game, GNOG, by KO_OP. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. See my review here. Walkthrough: FRG-Y: PURP-L: SUB-01: VORT-X: EATER: This is the combination for the lock on the front. You need to tap the trees to see which critters pop out. CANDY: This is…

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‘The Inner World – The Last Wind Monk’ iOS Review: Blown Away

The Inner World 2 - The Last Wind Monk By: Studio Fizbin & Headup Games I was a few months late to the party with The Inner World, but it ended up being one of my favorite point-and-click adventures ever. With an adorable but quirky protagonist, tons of other entertaining characters, dry wit, hand-drawn cartoon artwork and top-notch voice acting, it was hard not to fall in love. So when I heard…

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‘The Inner World 2 – The Last Wind Monk’ is So Full of Quotable Lines

The Inner World 2 - The Last Wind Monk By: Studio Fizbin & Headup Games Studio Fizbin's The Inner World is one of my favorite point-and-click adventures. I loved the characters, the humor, the voice acting, the artwork, and perhaps above all, its willingness to ridicule organized religion. I started playing the sequel, The Last Wind Monk, a few days ago and am enjoying every second of it. Revisiting Asposia, it feels…

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‘Flipflop Solitaire’ Review: Possibly the Most Relaxed Version of the Game

Flipflop Solitaire By: Zach Gage I've never been that into the original solitaire, especially when I have thousands of more exciting games in my pocket. But I do like solo card games such as Onirim and Miracle Merchant, so I'm always willing to try another solitaire-inspired game. I'm also a big fan of Zach Gage's Typeshift, it being the only game at the moment that I log in every day to complete…

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‘Returner 77’ Review: The Start of Something Truly Epic

Returner 77 By: Fantastic, Yes The simplest way to describe Fantastic, yes's puzzle adventure, Returner 77, would be to say that it's like The Room in space. But that would be doing it a disservice, since it's so much more than that and is by no means a cheap knockoff. I didn't know much going in, as I only heard about the game a few days before release. But from the first…

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