Tag: puzzle

May
06

REVIEW: Scarlet Hood and the Wicked Wood

Scarlet Hood and the Wicked Wood (from now on SH) is a modern retelling of The classic novel the Wonderful Wizard of Oz. It’s a delightful point and click game with a significant number of puzzles. The visual and audio […]

May
05

REVIEW: A Token War

War with a narrow scope

May
05

REVIEW: Regrowth

There’s a decent idea for a puzzle game here, but it’s not as developed as it needs to be to feel wholly satisfying.

Apr
30

ARTICLE: Digging through Steam (April 2021)

April. The month that starts with lying. Like many Early Access launches and more than a few game pitches. Luckily, the privileged and payed α/β Early Access testing we do for the developers can steer and alter the course of […]

Apr
29

REVIEW: Bishoujo Battle Cyber Panic (Switch)

Silly rabbit, Qix are for tank-girls!

Apr
28

REVIEW: The Wild Case

A relaxing and pleasant point and click adventure that is a bit too easy for experienced players but could well be ideal for a younger or unaccustomed audience.

Apr
28

REVIEW: Classified Stories: The Tome of Myrkah

Nothing really grabbed me about this title. It was just average all the way through and quite boring. It’s certainly overpriced but might be worth a go on sale.

Apr
23

REVIEW: Lost Words: Beyond the Page

An exceptionally beautiful game that is immaculately conceived and delivered. A unique experience that will stay with you.

Apr
01

REVIEW: Fidel Dungeon Rescue

Having to puzzle out all of the game’s mechanics on your own is quite a hindrance for a puzzle game with such particular mechanics and rules.

Mar
29

REVIEW: Maquette

Maquette’s unusual and mind-bending puzzles will have you thinking outside the box. Game mechanics can be a little frustrating and the story is a little bland but well performed.