Say No! More: Walkthrough Guide

Say No! More By: Thunderful Publishing / Studio Fizbin Say No! More is an empowering game about learning when to say "NO." I don't think you can fail at any point, but if you get stuck, this walkthrough should help you. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. Note: I recommend listening to more of the dialogue than I did in my first video. I went a bit…

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Say Yes! to ‘Say No! More’ (Review)

Say No! More By: Thunderful Publishing / Studio Fizbin As a game concept, Studio Fizbin's Say No! More is a strange one. Billed as the first NPG (NO!-Playing Game), it's a response to the ever-increasing issue of social and workplace expectations that put pressure on people to always be accommodating. You might be afraid to lose your job if you refuse to stay late or risk a friendship by declining to lend…

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‘Doctor Who: The Lonely Assassins’ Review – Don’t Blink!

Doctor Who: The Lonely Assassins By: Maze Theory / Kaigan Games I'm by no means a Doctor Who expert, but I have been enjoying the modern reboot since 2005. Like many fans, one of my favorite episodes was Blink, which introduced the aliens called the Weeping Angels. If you're not familiar with them, they resemble angel statues while you're looking directly at them and are frozen in place. But if you turn…

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‘Mitoza’ is a Weird Little Digital Toy Available Now on PC and Mobile

Mitoza By: Second Maze / Gal Mamalya As much as I like my challenging puzzle games and action RPGs, sometimes it's nice to just play something on my iPad that's more toy than game. I'm a big fan of playful experiences like CHUCHEL and Bring You Home that focus more on experimentation than clever puzzle solutions. Mitoza is similar and, though it released about a decade ago as a flash game, publisher…

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‘Inked’ iOS Review: The Pen is Mighty

Inked By: Somnium Games / Pixmain / Nuverse Limited It's hard not to take notice when you see some screenshots from puzzle adventure, Inked, by Somnium Games. The entire game is made up of ballpoint pen drawings and it's a striking visual effect. I initially thought the art style was mostly a gimmick to stand out -- though a powerful one -- but the game surprised me in many ways. The story…

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‘Five Dates’ iOS Review: Stress-Free Dating

Five Dates By: Wales Interactive / Good Gate Media I'm a big fan of Wales Interactive's work, as they publish a lot of full-motion video (FMV) games and even port some of them to iOS. Still, I somehow missed the news about their dating simulator, Five Dates, until it was announced for iOS a few months after its PC release. I personally despise dating, but the idea of a game that tries…

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Titan Quest: Legendary Edition – Impressions and Gameplay Videos

Titan Quest: Legendary Edition By: Handygames I never played Titan Quest on PC and therefore don't have any nostalgia for it. But I do enjoy playing action RPGs on my mobile devices, so I bought the original game on iOS back in 2019 and spent a few hours with it before I ultimately stopped playing. I think a big reason for this was that it didn't have iCloud sync and I was…

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‘NUTS – A Surveillance Mystery’ Review: Crackin’ Good

NUTS - A Surveillance Mystery By: Noodlecake / Joon, Pol, Muuutsch, Char, & Torfi The first thing that sticks out about the squirrel surveillance game, NUTS, is the striking 3D art style made up of only about three different colors at any point. It's so distinctive that I immediately recognize photos from the game even if I just see them out of the corner of my eye. That alone would make it…

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