Tag Archives: Star Billions

My Week Unwrapped: April 1, 2017

Hi everyone! I'm back again a day late wit My Week Unwrapped because it been really busy finishing up reviews and walkthroughs. Because of that, I didn't play too many games this week, but they were good ones. I finally finished my second play-through Night School Studio's supernatural adventure game, OXENFREE. I found it very worthwhile to play it again, as I missed a lot of things my first time. Also, things change on the second play-through, so it felt different enough that I didn't feel like Read more [...]

Giveaway: Win a ‘Star Billions’ Merchandise Package

The second season of the narrative adventure game Star Billions just released and to celebrate, the generous developers over at Catch & Release are giving away a prize package to one lucky reader. The package includes an official game poster and set of five buttons that feature the cute and cuddly artificial intelligences that are on a mission to find a new home for humanity. The total cash value of the prize is about $30 + shipping. The contest is open only to U.S. residents and the winner will Read more [...]

Prune, Transistor and Some Other Excellent iOS Games Are Currently On Sale

I'm sure at least some of these must be part of some Apple promotion, but whatever the reason, a whole bunch of great iPhone and iPad games just went on sale. I have reviews of most of them, which I'll link to if you still need help deciding whether to buy. First off, Season One of Star Billions by Catch & Release is currently FREE to celebrate the release of Season Two. You can read my review here and download the game here. Simogo's challenging puzzler SPL-T is on sale for $0.99, down from $2.99. Read more [...]

Star Billions: Review

Star Billions By: James Cockerham (Catch & Release) I seem to be playing a lot of interactive fiction games lately. Star Billions by Catch & Release is the latest one and it's a notifications-based game that takes place in real time. It's about four robots with artificial intelligence that were sent on the spaceship called the Little Brother to find a hospitable planet for four million humans who left the dying Earth aboard the Big Brother. The four robots look like animals and each has a different Read more [...]