An indie game about a child and their companion braving the odds, developing a relationship all during a unique, stylised, cutsie adventure? There’s a dime a dozen of these indie games and while I’m not saying that’s bad, these games do have to be pretty special to stand out from the crowd. Well Never Alone […]Read more "Never Alone (Kisima Inŋitchuŋa)"
So after finishing Never Alone, I realised that it was the first game I’ve played since my pre-teens that has an educational component to it. So I thought back to those educational games I played in primary school and despite being dazzled by the new fad of interactive computer games, I now know they were […]Read more "Education is fun… maybe?"
Last Year, a 5 vs 1 multiplayer survival horror that has been derived from slasher horrors like Friday 13th, Scream and Chopping Mall. If you hadn’t already guessed, it’s 5 high school students (one of each 90s high school stereotype) vs the 1 beefed-up serial killer. As I’ve mentioned before, I’m not a huge fan of […]Read more "Kickstarter: Last Year (Only 22 hours left)"
I once did a review of Frozen Synapse, a tactical, simultaneous, turn-based shooter with unique game mechanics that made for a tense and fun strategy game. Well it seems Double Eleven, the group behind console releases of Limbo, Goat Simulator and the PC release, Cloud Chamber, has jumped on board with Mode 7 Games, the […]Read more "Frozen Synapse Prime"