‘Pipe Push Paradise’ iOS Review: Perfectly Perplexing Portable Plumbing Puzzles

Pipe Push Paradise By: Digerati Distribution / Corey Martin Ever since Snakebird stole my heart with its hardcore but user-friendly puzzles, I've been hoping that more PC puzzlers would make their way over to iOS. I'm still waiting on Stephen's Sausage Roll, as I'm told it's the gold standard. But another one that's been brought to my attention a few times is Pipe Push Paradise and, out of the blue, a mobile…

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Linn: Path of Orchards – Walkthrough Guide, Tips and Tricks

Linn: Path of Orchards By: Crescent Moon Games I'm not super skilled at playing Linn: Path of Orchards, but there are things I picked up along the way that helped me get a better handle on the controls and how things work in the game. So while don't have a proper walkthrough for the full game, I do have some pointers to help anyone out who's struggling. See my Linn review here.…

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‘Linn: Path of Orchards’ Review – You Spin Me Right Round

Linn: Path of Orchards By: Crescent Moon Games Linn: Path of Orchards is a game I wish I was better at playing. I love the art style that's reminiscent of classics like Monument Valley and Alto's Adventure, from the color palette to the weather effects. It has a calm and relaxing soundtrack that makes me want to keep playing even when I'm frustrated. I'm also a big fan of games that have…

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‘Knights of the Card Table’ Review: Slice ‘n’ Dice

Knights of the Card Table By: Iron Horse Games LLC / Ponywolf Who can resist a cartoony hand-drawn dungeon crawler with puntastic humor and a simple control scheme that's a perfect fit for mobile? I know I can't, which is why I was so excited to play Ponywolf's Knights of the Card Table. Meteorfall was one of my most-played games of 2018, so I was hoping it might scratch a similar itch…

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Knights of the Card Table: Walkthrough Guide and Gameplay Videos

Knights of the Card Table By: Iron Horse Games / Ponywolf Knights of the Card Table is a new level-based card game by Ponywolf and Iron Horse Games. It's not a trading card or deck-building game, as you don't have a deck of cards that you add to. Basically, each dungeon consists of cards, be they monsters or gold or potions, and you decide the order to go through them. If you're…

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My Week Unwrapped: February 12, 2019 – The Stillness of the Wind, The Horns, Lifting Journey, Bear’s Restaurant, Ding Dong XL, Evolution and More

Hi everyone, and welcome to the latest installment of My Week Unwrapped, where I discuss all the games I've been playing over the last seven days. It's been quite a busy week, and even though I've been playing some games I can't share video for yet, I still have a ton of other games to cover. I somehow also managed to see The LEGO Movie 2 and BlackkKlansman, as well as the…

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Bear’s Restaurant: Walkthrough Guide and Gameplay Video

Bear's Restaurant By: Daigo Sato Bear's Restaurant is a new adventure game by Daigo Sato, the developer of Bluebird of Happiness. It's about a bear who runs a restaurant for people who passed away. You play as his server, finding out each of the customers' favorite meal so the best can cook it for them. Sometimes you have to dive into their memories using memory shards. There aren't really any puzzles, so…

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‘The Stillness of the Wind’ Review: Long-Winded

The Stillness of the Wind By: Surprise Attack Games / Lambic Studios / Memory of God I always look forward to games that try to challenge the idea of what games are supposed to be. I like when they attempt to create a certain kind of experience through interactivity, worrying less about providing a challenge and more about making something that sticks with the player long after the game is over. Search-based…

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