‘Alt-Frequencies’ Review: Let’s Do the Time Loop Again

Alt-Frequencies By: Plug In Digital / Accidental Queens French developer Accidental Queens have a history of making experimental games that both toy with unique mechanics and also try to tackle sensitive social issues and convey meaningful messages. Their first game, A Normal Lost Phone, had you going through the phone of a teen who's struggling to find their place in the world. The spiritual sequel, Another Lost Phone: Laura's Story, dealt with…

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Alt-Frequencies: Achievements 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. This part of the guide will help you…

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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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‘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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