‘STAY: Are you there?’: I Was, But Not Anymore (Review)

STAY: Are you there? By: Appnormals / Plug In Digital I didn't really know what to expect from Appnormals' choice-based text adventure, STAY: Are you there?, but it hooked me right away. There's no time wasted getting to the action. A man named Quinn is kidnapped and locked in a room with a computer that, for some reason, allows him to communicate with you and you alone. It's a cross between a…

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STAY: Are you there? – Complete Walkthrough Guide and Puzzle Solutions

STAY: Are you there? By: Appnormals / Plug In Digital STAY: Are you there? is a cross between a room escape game and a text/chat simulator. A guy named Quinn gets kidnapped and locked in a strange house with a computer that can communicate with you. You need to help him make choices and solve puzzles. There are seven different endings, depending on your trust/binding level. Keep in mind that if you…

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‘Persephone’ Review : Let Nature Take Its Corpse

Persephone By: Plug In Digital / Momo-pi I was cautiously optimistic about trying the new mobile puzzler simply titled Persephone, named after the Greek queen of the Underworld. I loved the idea of killing yourself as part of the puzzle, and the artwork looked bright and polished. But not knowing anything about the developer, I was worried it might be too gimmicky and skimp on the actual mechanics. However, after just a…

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Persephone: Walkthrough Guide, Tips and Tricks

Persephone By: Plug In Digital / Momo-pi Persephone is a unique puzzler by Momo-pi that lets you kill yourself off and then use your corpse as a puzzle piece. It starts off fairly straightforward, but can be tricky as new mechanics are added. So I made this guide to help out. I'll be adding videos for each area soon, but for now enjoy these tips and tricks. See my review here. Tips…

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‘Chroniric XIX’ Review: Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey

Chroniric XIX By: Plug In Digital Ever since the narrative choice-based game, Lifeline, became a huge hit, a lot of developers have tried to do their own spin on the formula. The idea is that someone contacts you from another smartphone or smartphone-like device and asks for your help. For some reason, you're the only person who can aid them. So, from the comfort and safety of your couch, you make life-and-death…

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‘Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story’ Review: A Worthy Sequel

Another Lost Phone: Laura's Story By: Plug In Digital (Accidental Queens) Accidental Queens' A Normal Lost Phone was unique not just because it's one of a rare few games that mimic an entire smartphone, but because of the sensitive topic it explores. Without giving too much away, I will say that it was about teenagers and finding one's way in life, where one can be themselves and comfortable in their skin. It…

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Unlocking the PowerJob Messenger in ‘Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story’ – Walkthrough Guide

Another Lost Phone: Laura's Story By: Plug In Digital (Accidental Queens) See my review for Another Lost Phone here. When you try try to access the PowerJob Messenger app in Another Lost Phone: Laura's Story, you're shown three portraits and have to identify each of them using the information found on the phone. But each time is different and if you mess up you'll be given three new faces. So I'm going…

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Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story: Walkthrough Guide and Passwords

Another Lost Phone: Laura's Story By: Plug In Digital (Accidental Queens) This is a complete walkthrough guide with help, hints, tips, tricks, solutions and answers for the iOS, Android and PC text messaging game, Another Lost Phone: Laura's Story, by Accidental Queens. See my review for Another Lost Phone here. Walkthrough: Note: This guide is simply meant to help you progress through the game. I'm giving you the solutions to each puzzle,…

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