Explore a lush forest, jump from floating island to floating island, catalogue plants, and brew a potion to cure the pandemic that is plaguing this fantasy world! Project Grove lets you do all that and so much more!
October is coming up and what better way to celebrate the spooky season than with a spooky game? Check out today's game as we feature a dark, mysterious and disturbing title that I'm really looking forward to!
Today we're taking a look at a Pool-inspired roguelike game called Billiards Dungeon! Here are my first impressions!
Today's first impressions are on a game called Lab Rat! This is a puzzle game by Chump Squad and I'm happy to have gotten some early access to the closed beta for this one!
TASOMACHI lets you soar through the skies and explore a beautiful world full of secrets and mysteries! Here's my review!
Explore a flooded city, tend to your brother and find out more about the world in today's reviewed title, Submerged!
A while ago, I wrote a review on Hyperscape and actually recommended it. I mean, it was fun and felt like Quake, on top of being free-to-play. But then I stopped playing Hyperscape again since I wanted to play other games and when I came back to another round or two, I noticed how hard... Continue Reading →
Today, I'm sharing my thoughts on Outer Wilds, a masterpiece of a game that gives you lets you explore a distant solar system and unravel its mysteries in a very satisfying manner!
At last year's GamesCom I interviewed Ngoc Vu, the lead artist from Route 59, who at the time worked on Necrobarista. Now that the game is out I got a key for review purposes and, well,… TLDR: I love it. It's a great game. Why? Find out here! Developer: Route 59 Publisher: Route 59, Coconut... Continue Reading →
It's springtime… for spiders… in Germany! (Uh, I hope nobody minds that reference…) Yeah, spring has already kicked in with its sweet scent of flowers and lawns, with pollen flying through the air (I'm not bothered by it), wasps bothering me on my balcony, with sunny and rainy days and generally a forecast that leaves... Continue Reading →
When I was younger I discovered a game called "Portal" and I just fell in love with it. It was one of the first "better looking" games that I played. The puzzles were interesting, the aesthetics were great, I loved the music, the humour was really dope and made me chuckle a lot, and I... Continue Reading →