Nelly Cootalot: The Fowl Fleet (Switch) Review

Point a Lot, Click a Lot, Cootalot Thank goodness for crowdfunding. Without crowdfunding platforms like Indiegogo, Kickstarter, and Gofundme, we might never have had the chance to experience games in genres long forgotten by the movers and shakers in the industry. One such title is Nelly Cootalot: The Fowl Fleet, a point-and-click adventure to stand […]

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Dandy Dungeon: Legend of Brave Yamada (Switch) Review

A Legend Well Told Pixel art indie titles are at an all-time high. It’s doubtful that comes as a surprise to you, avid gamer that you are, but I find myself getting pixel fatigue scrolling through the eshop, looking for something new to play. It comes as a delight, then, when a title couples this […]

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Hexologic (Xbox One) Review

New Platform, Same Puzzles Hats off to Hexologic developer MythicOwl. They’ve taken they’re cute Sudoku-inspired puzzler from a mobile game, to Nintendo Switch and PC last year, and finally to Xbox One. It’s no mean feat to make the jump from a mobile app store to a bona fide console marketplace (with a price increase, […]

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Hungry Baby: Party Treats (Switch) Review

Starved for Fun It’s no secret that I’m a huge party game fan. In my opinion, gaming reached a certain peak right around the time that couch multiplayer reigned supreme. It was a simpler time, back when four controllers and a couple large pizzas were all you needed for a memorable game night. It seems […]

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The Colonists (PC) Review

Colonize me, captain! I often think about the robot revolution. What will happen when the latest advances in AI causes machines to overthrow the squishy flesh bags that make up the human race? They’ll probably take one look at the pitiful state of the world, and just decide to start over. Enter The Colonists, in […]

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