Horror in Wales? Count me in! For Spooktober, I'm reviewing another Indie Horror game that is fairly interesting and the perfect fit for anyone looking for something retro and spooky!
For today's review, we're going to brew a bunch of potions and we're going to haggle for every last piece of gold in Potion Craft!
Today we're returning back home to Providence Oak after 22 years... to deliver mail. Come join me and take a look at Lake!
OPUS: Echo of Starsong is possibly one of the best releases that came out so far this year! Check out my review here!
Today's review covers Death's Door, an Action Adventure game where you reap the souls of those that should've died long ago! Here are my thoughts!
Today, I finally review one of my all-time favourite games! Here's my review on Dungeon of the ENDLESS!
Trapped in a hamster wheel of slaying, gearing up, building and dying, it is our duty to save the world. Will we ever get out of this loop? Not too sure. I love this game too much. Here's why!
When there's light, there's darkness! Alas, let's bring shine light on Morkredd by reviewing it today!
Uncertain, unprepared, and massively unqualified, we're trying to rise and shine in Sintracorp's hierarchy. Is the struggle to survive our very first day at work really worth it? Read more in today's review!
"Roguelike flavour, card game pacing, dungeon crawl, chaos embracing. Shadows cast a truth to see. In the darkness, you can visit me." Join me as I venture deep, fear not you don't have to take a leap. Since if you're looking for something to play that's new, I've got you covered with my Ring of... Continue Reading →
After my post about Drake Hollow and why I'm so excited and after the interview we did with TMF's Forrest Dowling,... It finally is time for my review on Drake Hollow. Welcome to yet another Indietail! And I'm excited about this one! Developer: The Molasses Flood Publisher: The Molasses Flood Genre: Colony Sim, Base Building, Exploration, Co-Op, Open... 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 →
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 →
Spooktober and Lovecraft? Sounds alright to me. Today we're taking a look at Sea Salt, a dark reverse-horror action-strategy-game by YCJY Games who I've interviewed at this year's Games Com in Cologne! Developer: YCJY GamesPublisher: YCJY GamesGenres: Strategy, Lovecraftian, Reverse-Horror, Action, IndieRelease Date: October 17, 2019Reviewed on: PCAvailable on: PCCopy received from the Devs After... Continue Reading →
In today's review, I'm talking about Omensight - a stylish third-person murder mystery action-adventure game with platforming elements and RPG aspects like "leveling, an interactive story, and character upgrades". Dive into a story about intrigue, murder and treason as the Harbinger, a mythological creature that appears when the end of worlds is nigh! Developer: Spearhead... Continue Reading →
For my first review on this Indie Game Blog, I'm presenting you The Flame In The Flood (Trailer/Shop) - one of my favourite games - where the protagonist Scout goes on an adventure with her dog Aesop/Daisy to find the whereabouts of the humans that escaped after the Great Flooding. To do that, they travel... Continue Reading →