Today I watched a game show for the first time and it was actually the Summer Game Festival so here are games that I found interesting or "eh" or "AWESOME" and all that sorta stuff. Enjoy! :)
How do I pick games for reviews? What's the waiting list like? Today I'm talking about these two questions!
Today, we're talking to Yandere Simulator's developer, Yandere Dev about accessibility in games, development, and about his title here. Enjoy!
Forager is a great game, I'd say,... but recently allegations about the lead developer came out and I honestly believe it judging from Mariano's phrasing. Here are my thoughts!
Today I'm talking about a rather negative experience I had with a developer that mailed me once.
Following up on a prompt by DanamesX from Tales From The Backlog, as well as a post that I read on GamingOmnivore, I thought I'd share some stories myself.
2020 had plenty of great releases. For starters, we had plenty of games that left Early Access and were well received when their 1.0 arrived this year, like Hades and Risk of Rain 2. There were also completely new releases this year that I really liked, like Milky Way Prince or Lightmatter, and a lot of other titles. 2020... Continue Reading →
Today, I wanted to take another look at some other demos. Just like yesterday, the Steam Game Festival Autumn Edition is still a thing and it's going to be a thing for another few days, so make sure to check out its page for some more information and some cool demos. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3MB1aUjdpWM Neurodeck Neurodeck is a difficult... Continue Reading →
The Steam Game Festival is here! This time it's the Autumn Edition, so strap on for a bunch of demos that I found intriguing! All in one post! Kind of! As you can see by the title of the post, there is going to be a second part and potentially a third part about the Steam... Continue Reading →
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 sadly not part of the Steam Game Festival but Drake Hollow is definitely something to look out for. I'm really excited about the game - and not only due it being made by the dev behind The Flame In The Flood! The Molasses Flood's second game can best be described as a Base-Building Action-Survival-Game. ... Continue Reading →
At this point, thirty minutes ago, StuffedWombat, the developer of Gutwhale, asked on Twitter what long term effect this 1000+ game bundle will have on the people that will buy games/that have big gaming backlogs already... and well,... here's my answer to that. https://twitter.com/wombatstuff/status/1271388336826048516 When I speak of "this bundle" I mean the Bundle for Racial Justice... Continue Reading →
The last Stray Sheep has been half a month ago already so I thought I'd post something in that section already. This time around, we're talking about categories! Currently, I'm doing mostly reviews (Indietail) since I originally wanted to do exactly that, review titles in my library and work through my backlog. The Gaming Journey... Continue Reading →
If Earth was flat, cats would have thrown everything off of it by now. In today's Indietail, we're taking a look at a game about doing just that: Flipping stuff off shelves, tables, and basically making a mess. After having been left alone by our dear owner, we've got to trash the owner's place. We're... 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 →
April's Humble Choice offered you the option of downloading a DRM-free demo of Ring of Pain (v0.8.21) if you signed up for the choice, so I not only got some nice games this month but also got to see how much the game changed ever since the demo I played last year in August! But... Continue Reading →
Have you ever wondered what it's like to be inside of a giant whale? Or what it's like to manage your inventory properly if you only have one spot? Or have you ever thought about the possibility that a van is currently chasing you… from ABOVE?! Well, if you didn't really know what I want... Continue Reading →
What happens when we mix rogue-lite mechanics with an isometric perspective, an up-beat and rather colourful world, monster-taming and kiting-mechanics? Well, we would probably end up with a title that would be quite similar to Cadabra Games' Adore!Welcome to today's Indietail where we see what this new Brazilian studio has to offer and if their... Continue Reading →
Today I wanted to talk about Early Access titles and my thoughts on it. I sometimes get hyped about certain games even when they are in Early Access. Early Access, however, offers such a high risk in some cases. After all, you're purchasing an unfinished product that still needs polishing, bug fixing and may even... Continue Reading →
Howdy, fellow cowboys and cowgirls! Today we're taking a look at Westerado: Double Barreled, a game where we chase a buffalo on the loose before finding out that someone not only burned down our ranch, but also gravely injured our bigger brother, and killed our mother! Our mission is to find the killer and take... Continue Reading →
After a small break from the daily posting, we're back again with another review! Today we're taking a look at Children of Morta, a game about family-bonds and monster-slaying! Please enjoy this review! Developer: Dead MagePublisher: 11 Bit StudiosGenres: Rogue-lite, Action, Dungeon CrawlerRelease Date: September 3, 2019Reviewed on: PCAvailable on: PC (Windows, Linux, Mac OS),... Continue Reading →
So, today's the last day of Blaugust and also the last post about interviews I did at the GamesCom! Today's Stray Sheep features the devs behind Kingdom, Flotsam and Foundation. Three strategy games that I'm quite excited about! While Kingdom has been out for quite some time and while I'm a fan of it ever since the first game, which... Continue Reading →
Look at this cute little Fox here! Awww! Okay, so today's Stray Sheep will cover the interview with Rebekah Saltsman, the Publisher of a small cute game called Tunic (which, btw, has incredible combat and features an insanely cute fox as the protagonist) and the Co-Founder and CEO of Finji Games and one of the Devs behind Overland, a turn-based... Continue Reading →
So, today's Stray Sheep is going to cover the next three interviews. This one features Naraven Games' Answer Knot, Fishing Cactus' Nanotale - Typing Chronicles and Route 59's Necrobarista. After this, there's going to be two more posts with interviews, featuring the dev/publisher of Tunic and Overland in one post, and the devs of Kingdom, Flotsam, and Foundation in another post, so stay tuned for... Continue Reading →
Today I started my job at a nearby school which is why today's Stray Sheep may be a bit later than usual - but then again, I don't have fixed times for my post anyways, apart from daily during Blaugust, so it shouldn't matter. In today's post, I'll share the next two interviews with you.... Continue Reading →
Okay in today's Stray Sheep, we're traveling in time as we're not only visiting the darkest of times (in Through the Darkest of Times) and the 60s/70s (in Resort) but also going back into the future (in a short bit about GravityLane). These are the second and the third GamesCom-Interview! Sadly, I couldn't interview GravityLane... Continue Reading →