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By corib3ar On 29 May, 2015 At 11:05 AM | Categorized As Featured, Games, PC Games, Power the Indie, Reviews | With Comments Off on Review: Toren

  I don’t normally wait this long after finishing a game to write a review. I like my thoughts to be fresh and I think my gut instinct about a game is the most honest. With Toren, I found it hard to trust what I was feeling because it felt like a good game. I’m […]

Upper One Games

Just when you think that platformers aren’t going to get any better, one comes along that questions your judgement. Never Alone, by Upper One Games, is one of those. Education in games is all or nothing. Either a game is going to teach you something or absolutely nothing. I loved the way that Never Alone gave […]

MomoCon 2015 is a fan convention held in Atlanta, Georgia that highlights video games, anime, cosplay, and science fiction. Founded in 2004, MomoCon was originally held at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Now, bigger than ever, MomoCon 2015 will be held at the Georgia World Congress Center and Omni Hotel in Atlanta. 120 games were submitted […]

The Lonliest Pixel

Brighter Day by The Loneliest Pixel Ducking and dodging giant eyeballs is like…my worst nightmare. This one is labeled as the “most brightly-colored horror game you’ve ever played”. While I’m not sure I would say it’s in the horror genre for that reason, it does get your blood pressure up with every second you dodge the […]


Winterflame: The Other Side | Artoncode If you like beautiful puzzle games and platformers, this one is for you (even if you don’t you should probably check it out anyway) Based out of Jakarta, Indonesia, this ambitious project has already won awards and caught the attention of over 100 backers. I would have liked to […]

Nine Dots

Nine Dots Studio, based out of Quebec, has launched a new Kickstarter campaign for their third title ‘Outward’. Described as an open world survival adventure, Outward aims to be a game that focuses on the life of an adventurer – not a legendary hero. Outward started with a simple question: “What would it really be […]

Decaying Logic

I played one of Decaying Logic’s other games and it was a thumbs down resounding “No”. I was really crossing my fingers the second time around wouldn’t be that bad. This time, I’m playing Pixel Puzzles: UndeadZ also by Decaying Logic. UndeadZ is a puzzle game that includes a small amount of top down shooter […]

Decaying Logic

Second zombie game in less than 2 days! I’m on a roll! Or maybe this one just sucked. Yeah, this one wasn’t very good. Today, I’m playing The Culling of the Cows by Decaying Logic. The Culling of the Cows is described as being both a side scroller, tower defense and a zombie game. I […]

the men who wear many hats

I have finally gotten around to playing something and organizing a list of what I plan to the play for the rest of the month. I didn’t know there were so many zombie games out there for my amusement. Sorting through them is half the battle. The first official zombie game I have played for […]