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The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands – Review and Gameplay Videos

The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands By: Xigma Games As someone who liked the idea of Raw Fury’s Kingdom: New Lands more than actually playing it, I was still very much looking forward to Xigma Games’ The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands. My biggest issue with Kingdom was having to start over from scratch every time I messed up. …

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Art Club Challenge: Gameplay Video and Impressions

Art Club Challenge By: Polytundra LLC As someone who minored in art in college, the idea of a game that tries to mimic an art class appealed to me. I like the concept, and it’s interesting how Polytundra’s Art Club Challenge forces you to use a very limited palette of four colors and only squares …

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‘Alto’s Odyssey’ Review: It’s Wall-to-Wall Excitement in this Off-the-Wall Adventure

Alto’s Odyssey By: Snowman Back when Snowman’s endless snowboarder, Alto’s Adventure released in 2015, I lamented that such gorgeous artwork was being used on a runner, and not something more like an adventure game. It’s not that I don’t appreciate runners, but they’re not my first choice in games. Despite that, I gave Alto a …

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True Legacy: Puzzle Walkthrough Guide

True Legacy By: Blindfire Limited This is a complete step-by-step walkthrough guide for the iOS and Android text adventure game, True Legacy, by Blindfire Limited. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. See my review here. For the most part, this is a text adventure. Make sure to explore all side …

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‘Four Last Things’ iOS Review: Oh My Bosch!

Four Last Things By: Joe Richardson If you ever thought, “why isn’t there a point-and-click adventure built out of old Renaissance paintings,” you might be happy to learn that there is indeed a point-and-click adventure built out of old Renaissance paintings. Joe Richardson’s aptly named Four Last Things has been out on PC since last …

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