‘The Frostrune’ Review: I See Dead People

The Frostrune By: Grimnir Media & Snow Cannon Games If you're a follower of this blog, you probably know that I'm a big fan of point-and-click adventure games, especially atmospheric ones. I have a weak spot for pretty artwork and I love when a game can draw me in on its visuals alone. The Frostrune, a gorgeous game made by Norse developer Grimnir and published by Snow Cannon Games, is one I…

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‘A Normal Lost Phone’ iOS Review: Storytelling for the Smartphone Generation

A Normal Lost Phone By: Plug In Digital (Accidental Queens) I've quickly become a fan of games that mimic smartphone interfaces, as it's something I'm already used to using nearly 24/7. The genre lends itself so well to storytelling if done right. You rummage through different apps and unravel the story bit by bit and feel a little like a detective as things start to make sense. So I was looking forward…

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YANKAI’S TRIANGLE Review: Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop

YANKAI'S TRIANGLE By: Kenny Sun Kenny Sun's YANKAI'S TRIANGLE is a very simple puzzle game. Perhaps under different circumstances, I might have found it too simple and deleted it after a few minutes. But instead, I played through over three hundred levels in less than twenty-four hours and still keep going back to it. I can't stop. And since there's effectively an infinite number of randomly generated levels, I don't have to.…

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Adam Wolfe: Dark Detective Mystery Game: Walkthrough Guide

Adam Wolfe: Dark Detective Mystery Game By: Mad Head Games d.o.o. Novi Sad This will be a step-by-step walkthrough guide for the iOS, Android and PC game Adam Wolfe: Dark Detective Mystery Game by Mad Head Games d.o.o. Novi Sad. It's a work in progress, so please bear with me. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. Walkthrough: Episode 1, The Ancient Flame: 1. Take out your gun…

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Glitch Games’ ‘The Forgotten Room’ Is Releasing Right in Time for Halloween and It Is Devious

The Forgotten Room By: Glitch Games As you most likely know by now, I've been a big fan of Glitch Games's point-and-click adventures ever since they released a short little demo of a game called The Hauntening, and then their full-fledged three-part adventure, Forever Lost. Since they never stop working, there's basically always a new game to look forward to. This time, it's the closest they've come to horror since The Hauntening,…

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Burly Men at Sea Review: A Kraken Good Tale

Burly Men at Sea By: Brain&Brain Burly Men at Sea is a hard game to write about, mostly because anything I say will spoil some of the magic. I'm not sure how to convince you that it's worth experiencing without ruining part of the fun of discovering it yourself. So if you're already planning to pick up the game, maybe just do it and don't let me ruin it for you? If…

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Burly Men at Sea: Complete Walkthrough Guide (All Endings)

Burly Men at Sea By:Brain&Brain This is a complete step-by-step walkthrough guide for the iOS, Android and PC game Burly Men at Sea by Brain&Brain. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. This game is similar to the Stanley Parable in that you make small changes to find a different path. I'm including descriptions and videos for how to get each of the twelve voyages, along with each…

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Dog Sled Saga Review: Dog, Nab It!

Dog Sled Saga By: Dan FitzGerald Although I'd been looking forward to Dog Sled Saga for quite some time, I didn't really know what the gameplay would be like. I just knew it was about racing a team of sled dogs. I like dogs (who doesn't?) and the pixel graphics made them look adorable, so of course I had to play it. It's been in development for a while, but thankfully the…

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