Tag: narrative

Apr
14

REVIEW: Forgotten Fields

Forgotten Fields drags you into the story with its cinematic and interactive approach. I was captivated from start to finish.

Apr
08

REVIEW: Before Your Eyes

An innovative game using your blinks as a way of driving the story. A polished and accomplished narrative adventure that is short but powerful and emotional.

Jan
28

PREVIEW: Sarawak

A beautiful narrative point-and-click with vibrant visuals.

Dec
23

REVIEW: Creeper World 4

Creeper World 4 is a new iteration in the Creeper World series, which combines casual real time strategy with fluid dynamics. Although the jump to 3D doesn’t seem to add much tactical depth (pun unintended), it’s a no-brainer for fans […]

Dec
04

REVIEW: Per Aspera

Per Aspera is a colony management game where you play the role of a state-of-the-art artificial intelligence charged with terraforming Mars. Ironically, it needs a few patches until fully operational.

Nov
21

REVIEW: The First Tree

A simple but effective game with an emotional message about death, regret and contemplation.

Jun
14

REVIEW: Boreal Tenebrae

This short trip in a small town is disturbing and enticing

May
06

REVIEW: Nocked! True Tales of Robin Hood

Throw on your bycocket and fight the good fight against the Sheriff of Nottingham in this text-based adventure-strategy that offers a new take on the tale of Robin of Locksley and his Merry Men.

Mar
01

REVIEW: Broken Lines

Lead a squad of World War II soldiers in their mission to survive being cut off from the rest of the world in a mysterious and hostile territory.

Feb
07

REVIEW: Frostpunk: The Last Autumn

Return to a time before the frostpocalypse and plant the seed of one of the emergency settlements necessary to ensure the survival of the human species in this excellent downloadable content for Frostpunk.