‘Meteorfall: Journey’ Review: Swipe Right to Fight

Meteorfall: Journey By: Eric Farraro (Slothwerks) I spent so much time playing Asmodee Digital's solitaire card game, Onirim, in 2017, and it made me eager to seek out other games that are accessible and easy to play at any moment, but that require some tough choices weighing risk versus reward. Slothwerks' Meteorfall: Journey is the latest of these games and it combines the binary decision-making of Reigns with dungeon crawling. In Meteorfall,…

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Explore a Creepy Dollhouse in ‘The Room: Old Sins’ Next Week – First Impressions Inside

The Room: Old Sins By: Fireproof Games Update: The game is now out. See my full review here. Fireproof's The Room series has come quite a a long way since we were first introduced to their clever puzzle boxes that felt perfect to manipulate on a touchscreen. From an entire game taking place on one table in the original game, to exploring a whole mansion full of rooms in the third, the…

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Agent A: Chapter 4, A Narrow Escape: Walkthrough Guide

Agent A: A puzzle in disguise By: Yak & Co. This is a complete step-by-step walkthrough with hints, tips, tricks, solutions and answers for Chapter 4, A Narrow Escape, of the iOS and Android adventure game, Agent A, by Yak & Co. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. Walkthrough: Chapter 4, A Narrow Escape: You can watch my video for the whole chapter here or continue reading…

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GNOG: Walkthrough Guide

GNOG By: KO_OP This is a complete step-by-step walkthrough guide with help, hints, answers and solutions for the iOS, PC and console game, GNOG, by KO_OP. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. See my review here. Walkthrough: FRG-Y: PURP-L: SUB-01: VORT-X: EATER: This is the combination for the lock on the front. You need to tap the trees to see which critters pop out. CANDY: This is…

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You Can Try Out ‘Universal Paperclips’ on Mobile Before Buying

Universal Paperclips By: Frank Lantz / Everybody House Games I'm not a fan of clickers and idle games. That was probably made clear in my Spaceplan review. So when the free browser version of Frank Lantz' Universal Paperclips was released about a month ago, I didn't get all that excited. But this past week it got a mobile app and I considered buying it, since a lot of people seem to like…

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My Week Unwrapped: November 6, 2017 – Million Onion Hotel, Peregrin, Starman, Abi, Ruya, SIMULACRA and More

Hi everyone and welcome to another jam-packed installment of My Week Unwrapped! I've been very busy over the last seven days watching both Stranger Things and 3%. How does one find time for all these great games and TV shows? If you figure out the secret to immortality and/or time travel and/or cloning, please share it with me. Still, I somehow managed to play a lot of games this week even without…

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‘Abi: A Robot’s Tale’ Review

Abi: A Robot's Tale By: Lilith Games At first glance, Abi: A Robot's Tale appears to be something truly special, a point-and-click adventure with standout artwork and two lovable robots exploring a world void of humans. You might even get a Wall-E vibe from it, and you wouldn't be far off. Abi, a small helpful robot that used to be a nanny of sorts, is cute and cuddly and hard not to…

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