Tag: indie

Aug
22

REVIEW: A Place for the Unwilling

A Place for the Unwilling: Meet me on the corner of Kafka and Lovecraft, one block north of Dickens.

Aug
20

REVIEW: The Church in the Darkness

Exemplary proof of how concept means nothing when there’s barely any execution to praise

Aug
08

REVIEW: Tidal Tribe

From sculpted sandbars to trailing tributaries, the water themed god-game Tidal Tribe is no day at the beach

Aug
06

REVIEW: Mutant Year Zero: Seed of Evil

Return to the wastelands of a post-war Sweden in Seed of Evil. Mutant Year Zero gets some extra DLC content. Is it any good? Read on..

Jul
31

REVIEW: Something To Do With Love

Much like the name itself, this visual novel meanders around a vague idea while never really going anywhere or achieving anything.

Jul
23

REVIEW: Thaumistry: In Charm’s Way

If you ever wanted to experience a text-adventure with modern polish without feeling entirely lost, then this is far from a bodge job even though it is a sci-fi tale of Bodgers.

Jul
05

REVIEW: DEADBOLT

Hitman Meets Hotline Miami in a noir underworld of crime, drugs and the undead where the only soul left is a contracted Reaper sent by the Flame to crash another party in style.

Jul
03

REVIEW: Moonrise Fall

Somewhere between dreams and wakefulness, death and life, dark and light there is a place called Moonrise Fall.

Jul
01

REVIEW: Vambrace: Cold Soul

After patch 1.08, Vambrace: Cold Soul evens out some of the gameplay mechanics many customers were complaining about.

Jun
09

REVIEW: Druidstone: The Secret of the Menhir Forest

From the makers of the legendary Grimrock series comes a brand new adventure. Can you uncover the secret of the Menhir Forest? read on to find out!