Tag: space

Jan
11

REVIEW: Jettomero: Hero of the Universe

Who would hurt this cute, clumsy robot? Sure he crushes buildings and can destroy our moon but accidents happen. Please follow and like us:

Dec
22

REVIEW: Morphite

Morphite describes itself as a “casual atmospheric FPS, inspired by the classics”.  While I agree with that assertion for the most part, I can also safely say that this is a perfect case of a missed opportunity to make something […]

Nov
26

REVIEW: Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf

Being a mobile port to begin with, Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf does not deliver. The gameplay system involves a huge grind / pay wall and an overly simple strategic component. Unfortunately, it comes off as a mediocre title. Please follow and like […]

Oct
21

REVIEW: Starway Fleet

Starway Fleet is a rather simplistic but quite well-done space dogfighting game for both regular and VR setups, where the player becomes a space fighter pilot and is tasked with a series of missions, often involving convoy escort, spaceship destruction […]

Sep
19

PREVIEW: Interstellar Transport Company

Interstellar Transport Company is a near-future science-fiction tycoon-style management game in space. Can you support mankind’s expansion into Sol and beyond? Please follow and like us:

Sep
13

REVIEW: 3030 Deathwar Redux

3030 Deathwar Redux is an open world space exploration game that mixes a lot of elements from various other space games into a nice little package. Please follow and like us:

Aug
29

REVIEW: Vostok Inc.

While the vast majority of clicker games, games that have an idle element as the core foundation of the gameplay, tend to provide some sort of progression as an incentive to keep the player hooked, Vostok Inc. tries to add […]