Alt-Frequencies: Complete Walkthrough Guide

Alt-Frequencies By: Plug In Digital / Accidental Queens Alt-Frequencies is a really interesting game by Accidental Queens, the makers of A Normal Lost Phone. You need to listen to radio stations on time loops and copy messages to then send to another radio station. A big part of it is listening closely to figure out what each radio station is offering or looking for. It can be tricky at times, so this…

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Luna Strange: Complete Walkthrough Guide

Luna Strange By: Fantastic, yes Luna Strange is a new episodic room escape game from Fantastic, yes, the makers of Returner 77 and Returner Zhero. Right now, only one episode is available, but since there are no hints in the game, it can be difficult at times to figure out what to do next. So this walkthrough guide should help you if you get stuck. Feel free to ask for extra help…

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Magnibox: Walkthrough Guide and Solutions with Secret Gems

Magnibox By: Joseph Gribbin Magnibox is a relaxing but tricky puzzler by Joseph Gribbin, in which you play a little box that's also a magnet. Your magnetic abilities allow you to pull yourself to some boxes, repel yourself from others, and all sorts of other fun stuff. There are also non-magnetic environmental elements to deal with. The game is broken up into eight colorful worlds, with each one adding new mechanics to…

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‘Jumpgrid’ iOS Review: Five Finger Fillet Without the Knife

Jumpgrid By: Ian MacLarty You know that knife game you sometimes see in movies and TV shows, where some big shot tough guy quickly stabs the space between his fingers, trying to avoid mutilating himself? I wouldn't actually attempt that myself, but I feel more capable of doing so after spending hours with Ian MacLarty's Jumpgrid on iOS. It requires that same kind of finesse and precision -- which I don't usually…

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‘Ordia’ Review: One Does Not Simply Walk Into Ordia

Ordia By: Loju LTD Causality was one of my favorite games of 2017 and remains one of my favorite puzzlers. It has clever time-traveling mechanics, is extremely user-friendly with its ability to rewind your mistakes, and it's all tied up in a nice, neat package with pleasant visuals. So of course I was excited to hear that developer Loju was working on another game. Ordia released last week and isn't quite as…

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‘Astrologaster’ Review: Huzzah! Huzzah!

Astrologaster By: Nyamyam If someone asked what my astrological sign is and then tried to tell me what it means and how our two signs relate to each other, I might go along with it, but would be internally screaming and looking for a way to change the subject. So you might say I'm the target audience for the narrative choice-based game, Astrologaster, by Tengami developer Nyamyam. It pokes fun at the…

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Astrologaster: Gameplay Videos and Walkthrough Guide

Astrologaster By: Nyamyam Astrologaster is the latest game from Nyamyam, which is a musical comedy set in Shakespearean London. You play as Simon Forman, a "Doctor of Astrology and Physick." Folks come to you to ask for help diagnosing and curing their ailments, as well as for other advice, which you give based on reading the stars. It's not always clear what the right choices are, but there is no way to…

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‘Whispers of a Machine’ Review: You Are What You Say

Whispers of a Machine By: Raw Fury / Clifftop Games / Faravid Interactive I always appreciate when we mobile gamers get a game at the same time as other platforms, especially when it's something that took a lot of time and effort to make. There's no shortage of free, shallow hidden object games in the App Store, but the full-blown, satisfying point-and-click adventures usually get ported over months or years later, if…

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