Tag: exploration

Jun
11

REVIEW: Shape of the World

Shape of the World is a delightful surreal world which shifts and bends as you explore it.

Jun
10

REVIEW: Catmaze

Catmaze is one of those games that seems that it isn’t getting the attention that it deserves, even though it’s a bit rough around the edges.

Jan
12

REVIEW: A Collection Of Bad Moments

A Collection Of Bad Moments places players in the middle of dangerous and strange situations. It’s up to the player to find of a way to escape from them

Jul
10

REVIEW: Wild Unknown

A competent Walking Simulator with the odd jump-scare, and flashlights that have batteries that don’t run out in five minutes or less.

Jun
28

REVIEW: Dawn of Andromeda

A real-time 4X space strategy game that throws free play out of the window for pre-defined missions. Sounds interesting, but how well does it excute all this?

May
23

REVIEW: Shadows Peak

A decent horror exploration game with some well-done elements, undermined by imperfections and some unexplainable level design choices.

May
14

REVIEW: The Signal From Tölva

An indie Stalker-like experience with robots.

Apr
12

REVIEW: Epistory – Typing Chronicles

Epistory: Typing Chronicles is one of the most simple yet unique games I have played in quite a while. It puts you in the boots of the muse of a struggling writer, a little girl riding on a fox who […]

Apr
03

REVIEW: Kona

Kona is a narrative driven first person exploration game set in the fictional Lake Atamipek in Quebec, Canada. The game has recently been released after a successful year on Early Access, which allowed the developers to polish the experience as […]

Mar
31

REVIEW: Unexplored

Steam: Released Genre: Action, Adventure, Indie, RPG, Real-Time Roguelike Developer: Ludomotion Publisher: Ludomotion Release Date: 22 Feb, 2017 Type: Single-player Whether you call them Roguelikes or Roguelites, they’ve been popular in recent times, with all sorts of games being put […]