Author: Lost Child

Sep
10

REVIEW: Slap Village: Reality Slap

Slap Village: Reality Slap is developed by MonkeyToons and published by Tizona Interactive. The first game to be released for both parties involved, I’d say they hit the ground running with this title. Belonging close to the space western subgenre, […]

Nov
29

REVIEW: Planet Explorers

How many of you have ever had the pleasure of driving your own vehicle? Ever forget to check your blind spot? In any case, most of the time I’m sure nothing bad will happen if you do forget to check […]

Nov
16

REVIEW: Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation

Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation is developed by Stardock Entertainment and Oxide Games while being published by Stardock Entertainment. If I were to simply take the words of the many customers who already wrote their impressions through reviews about it, […]

Nov
07

REVIEW: Spectrum

Lead your three eye entity through the abstract world of stylized shapes and bright colors in more than 80 levels. Discover the world!

Oct
20

REVIEW: Cossacks 3

I wasn’t really hyped about this game when I saw the announcement for the first time, but I was happy that we are finally getting one proper RTS game. Cossacks game series isn’t maybe so known in the gaming world, […]

Oct
15

REVIEW: Mad Games Tycoon

I remember when the first game development tycoon was released and after it, everyone tried to copy it. Now, we have few this kind types of games and I can only tell two that are good. One of them is […]

Oct
09

REVIEW: Jelly Killer

Jelly Killer is a old-school style platformer in which you control a little zombie-genom that can take bodies of other live creatures.

Oct
06

REVIEW: Pharaoh Rebirth+

Pharaoh Rebirth+ is a side-scrolling adventure game in which you are playing as Dr. Jonathan Banfield, renowned treasure hunter and rabbit.

Sep
10

REVIEW: The Deadly Tower of Monsters

The Deadly Tower of Monsters is a parody of Hollywood B movies from 70s. That’s the main reason why I have chosen this game. I like playing parodies and I like games with retro setting.

Jun
05

REVIEW: Punch Club

Steam: Released Developer: Lazy Bear Games Publisher:  tinyBuild Genre: Boxing Tycoon Management Release date: 8th January 2016 Type: Single–player This game brings back some little memories of my childhood and it also showed how you can promote the game. I remember that developer and publisher decided to […]