My Week Unwrapped: September 4, 2019 – inbento, Path of Giants, A Park And Pigeons, Agent A 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 hasn't been the busiest, but it does include the much-anticipated conclusion to a popular adventure game, full reviews of two quality puzzle games, and a mix of other iOS and Switch releases. So let's not waste anymore time and get right down o business. Agent A: A…

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Sky: Children of the Light – Extra Candle Bunch Locations Guide

Sky: Children of the Light By: thatgamecompany The Season of Gratitude is now behind us, but the four extra candle bunches can still be found in one kingdom each day. Rather than try and update this guide every single morning with the locations, I'm going to show you where all the possible candle bunch spots are so you can find them easily yourself. You'll know which kingdom to look inside based on…

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‘inbento’ Review: Think Outside the Box

inbento By: Lukasz Spierewka / Afterburn Games Lukasz Spierewka's Golf Peaks released last year and I instantly fell in love. It's a finely crafted puzzler and one of my favorite iOS games. I'm usually not much of a golf fan, but the clever way it used cards and removed any finicky controls you might expect from the genre resulted in a polished and satisfying game. So when I heard he was working…

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Sky: Children of the Light – Meditation Locations Guide

Sky: Children of the Light By: thatgamecompany The Season of Gratitude is now behind us, but before the next season begins, there will be two weeks where a quest giver will appear and offer us two quests in exchange for some candlelight. One of them is always to meditate at a meditation stone. Rather than refresh this guide each day, I'm going to list all the meditation spots so you can find…

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‘Path of Giants’ Review: Friends Let Friends Climb on Their Heads

Path of Giants By: Journey Bound Games Inc. Looking at screenshots of husband-and-wife developer Journey Bound's Path of Giants, no one would blame you for thinking immediately of Monument Valley and Lara Croft Go. And there clearly is some inspiration, between its low-poly artwork, tap-to-move controls and one-handed gameplay. But thankfully, Path of Giants forges its own, well, path. It has you taking control of three bundled-up explorers as they brave the…

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Agent A: Complete Achievements Guide

Agent A: A puzzle in disguise By: Yak & co The conclusion of Agent A brought with it a whole bunch of new achievements to unlock, so I'm going to help you find them all. The first page covers achievements you get automatically by playing through the entire game. The second page covers challenges, which require you going out of your way to meet specific conditions. Feel free to ask for extra…

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Agent A: Chapter 5, The Final Blow – Walkthrough Guide

Agent A: A puzzle in disguise By: Yak & co Yak & Co. is back with the conclusion of Agent A, as we try to locate Ruby La Rouge's submarine. This chapter finally brings us the end of the game which we've been waiting four years for. This walkthrough guide will help you if you get stuck on any puzzles in Chapter 5, The Final Blow. Feel free to ask for extra…

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My Week Unwrapped: August 27, 2019 – GRIS, Telling Lies, Path of Giants, Nimian Legends Vandgels, Dead Cells 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. I actually skipped last week because I spent most of it playing Telling Lies, so it didn't seem to make much sense to write a roundup for that and a couple of other games. I then spent most of this week playing GRIS, so this will still be a…

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