‘Hidden Through Time’ Review: This Ain’t It, Folks!

Hidden Through Time By: Crazy Monkey Studios I've mentioned this a number of times in my blog, but I'm not really a fan of hidden object games (HOGs). They mostly feel like a waste of time, like looking for lost keys. I don't like pixel hunting in my adventure games, either. But when Adriaan de Jongh's Hidden Folks released back in 2017, I was completely smitten. It took the idea of Where's…

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Nobodies: Murder Cleaner – Walkthrough Guide

Nobodies: Murder Cleaner By: Blyts Nobodies: Murder Cleaner is a puzzle adventure game by Blyts for iOS, Android, and PC, where you need to get rid of bodies and clean up the murder scene so no one notices you were even there. I wrote about it a while back, but it since got some updates that make it a much better game. So I'm planning to play through it and make a…

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My Week Unwrapped: March 8, 2020 – Castlevania SotN, Seven Scrolls, War Tortoise 2 and More

Hi everyone, and welcome back to My Week Unwrapped, where I discuss all the games I've been playing over the last seven days. Things are picking up again, though it's not quite as busy as it was back in February. There was a surprise release of the old classic, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, as well as a couple of other notable releases. But I also spent a lot of time this…

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Castlevania: Symphony of the Night – iPhone and iPad Gameplay and Impressions

Castlevania: SotN By: Konami Full disclosure here. I don't have much experience with the Castlevania series, and no nostalgia for it. The only game I've played was Circle of the Moon on my Game Boy Advance, and I didn't get very far. But Symphony of the Night (SotN) just released on iOS and Android for a measly $2.99, so I decided to give it a try. If you prefer to hear from…

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Sticky Terms: Wakthrough Guide

Sticky Terms By: Kamibox / Philipp Stollenmayer Sticky Terms is the latest puzzle game Philipp Stollenmayer, aka Kamibox. It asks you to piece together parts of letters to make words that have no direct translation in other languages. It can get pretty tricky, so this walkthrough should help you if you get stuck. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. NOTE: If you own either typeshift or see/saw,…

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My Week Unwrapped: March 1, 2020 – MonkeyBox #1 Polarized!, Sticky Terms, Eri’s Forest, Story of a Gladiator and More

Hi everyone, and welcome back to My Week Unwrapped, where I discuss all the games I've been playing over the last seven days. This week was a bit of a quiet one compared to the last two, so I spent much of it playing games I've already covered somewhat. But there's still a few new ones to discuss and I want to update my impressions on games I'm still playing. So sit…

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‘Sticky Terms’ is a Puzzle Game About Hard-to-Translate Words (Preview Inside)

Sticky Terms By: Kamibox / Philipp Stollenmayer Not long after releasing his "magnum opus," Song of Bloom, Philipp Stollenmayer is back with yet another puzzle game that breaks the mold. Sticky Terms releases March 2nd and has you combining parts of letters to make up words you've probably never heard of. The game features 150 different puzzles, each a scrambled word from all different languages. But what makes these words interesting is…

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‘MonkeyBox #1: Polarized!’ Review – Polarizing, Indeed

MonkeyBox #1: Polarized! By: TheCodingMonkeys I had no idea TheCodingMonkeys were working on a new game until it arrived in my mailbox yesterday on the day of release. But when I saw what it was, I got excited and didn't waste any time before jumping in. MonkeyBox #1: Polarized! is the first of several short games that they have planned, and it features a very unique mechanic. It's a text-based story that…

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