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TumbleSeed Review (Nintendo Switch) – On a Roll

Tumbleseed boasts a jaunty aesthetic paired with gameplay that is as hard as it is rewarding. Its challenge is largely due to the control’s steep learning curve and in no small part to the player’s task: save the Tumbleseed and his homeland. To do this, the Tumbleseed must scale the collapsing mountain that was once…

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Has Been Heroes Review (Nintendo Switch) – Old Heroes, New Tricks

Has-Been Heroes is a strategy roguelike in which players navigate tactically demanding dungeons while mastering tough-as-nails combat. Players choose between one of many rogues, mages, and soldiers to escort two princesses through a range of maze-like levels. To survive, the player must maximize every decision, carefully considering which path(s)to follow and what gear to spend…

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The Flame in the Flood (PC) review – Treading Water

The Flame in the Flood puts players in control of a young girl named scout, and her faithful K9 companion: Aesop as they float downriver on a ramshackle barge.  They are tasked with navigating a fearsome deluge that has swept through the post-societal United States to find what (if any) communities remain. Along the way, the…

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Dreii (PC) Review: With a Little Help From my Friends

Dreii is a collaborative puzzler where up to 3 players arrange blocks of various shapes so that they reach a glowing orb. This sounds simple (and it is, at first) but it quickly becomes apparent that some shapes have a mind of their own. Bring a few different environments and block types into the mix…

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Kôna: Day One (Beta) Preview – Baby It’s Cold Outside

Kôna: Day One is the first of four episodes that aim to combine the suspense and immersion of first person survival games with the narrative-driven exploration and mystery of adventure games. Players assume role of war-veteran-turned-private-eye, Carl Faubert. Carl’s been hired by a wealthy entrepreneur and industrialist, W Hamilton, who’s concerned that the local population…

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Pony Island review : Night-mare

  Pony Island masquerades as the kind of light-hearted auto-running adventure available on any mobile device, but it’s genuine narrative is shrouded in nefarious mystery. Demons have infested the coin-operated arcade game known as Pony Island. Their objective is to trap the souls of players (including your own) in a seemingly harmless, yet never-ending game about a purple pony…