Tag: puzzle-platformer

Feb
12

REVIEW: Ministry of Broadcast

I can’t believe I’m becoming what I hate: a reality tv star.

Jan
31

REVIEW: Areia: Pathway to Dawn

Areia was an interesting journey filled with some beautiful landscapes, excellent platforming elements, and Hinduism/Buddhism based symbology thrown in. Was a unique experience that’s likely different for everyone.

Jan
18

REVIEW: Potata

Potata is a solid puzzle platformer with a great art style, well thought out and varied, puzzles and rage inducing boss battles.

Nov
14

REVIEW: Pine

A big, bland, almost empty world, hemmed in by overbearing fog and filled with repetition.

Oct
29

REVIEW: Applewood

Applewood is 40% classic platformer, 40% a challenging puzzler, and 20% a spectacular bullet-hell, and 100% of it is an amazing and gratifying experience from start till the end.

Sep
26

REVIEW: Repressed

Therapy’s but a walking shadow, a poor player falls through the stage… It is a tale full of sound and light puzzles, signifying nothing. Released: Steam Type: Single-player Genre: Adventure, Puzzle Platformer Developer: Sigur Studios Publisher: ARP Games Release date: […]

May
29

REVIEW: Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy

A Sphinx and a Mummy walk into a bar and….

Mar
01

REVIEW: Elli – Switch

Elli hops and dodges her way across the Nintendo Switch eshop. So, how does this cheery puzzle platformer perform compared to the rest of the ever growing Nindie offerings?

Dec
10

REVIEW: Super Lucky’s Tale

An all-around solid 3D platformer with variety.

Jul
05

REVIEW: de Blob 2 – PS4

Is de Blob 2 an aging relic of a bygone era or a new coat of paint on a classic game? Lets find out…