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Hellraid: The Escape Review

by Tim Paul

  Hellraid: The Escape is an impressive title, a combination adventure-puzzle game in which you find yourself in a series of chambers immersed in a plot driven forward by phrases of mysterious notes.. In order to ... Read More



Appointment with F.E.A.R Review

by Sharang Biswas

I love the classic gamebooks from the 80’s. I fondly remember the furious back-and-forth page-turning to see which decision would be the best one, the fingers jammed into various places in the book to mark important ... Read More



Bik—A Space Adventure Review

by Meg Stivison

Four Boy Scouts are on a lovely camping trip, enjoying an adult-free evening reading comic books and eating perfectly toasted campfire marshmallows, when one of the boys is abducted by aliens. Meanwhile, across the galaxy, two ... Read More



Five Nights At Freddy’s Review

by Tyler Burt

Five Nights At Freddy’s, the low-budget survival horror game that’s racked up well over 10,000,000 Let’s Play views on YouTube in the past couple of weeks, lives up to the hype. There are a couple good ... Read More



King of Dragon Pass Review

by Sam Riedel

Sometimes I’m remiss in my duties as a gamer. This is usually due to not having up-to-date equipment or a lack of funds to get the hottest new games. I’m more often familiar with older games, ... Read More

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Talisman Review

by Matthew Byrd

Like many people, I have a to do list. While it includes the usual day to day tasks there are more macro-like goals on there as well. Things I want to accomplish in the grand scheme ... Read More

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Thug-Opoly Review

by Sam Riedel

I was running for the train when I passed a woman with a Public Enemy pleather tote bag. In that moment, I thought well, now I’ve seen the lowest point of rap music’s slide into mass ... Read More



Traps N’Gemstones Review

by Claire Donner

The Swedish company Donut Games is a prolific casual gaming developer known for satisfying, single-minded apps with simple concepts. Typically, you master one skill—sidescrolling through an obstacle course, catapulting characters toward targets, strategic pathfinding through tile-based ... Read More



Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake Review

by Tom Hoefner

  Years before Diablo, Star Craft, and World of Warcraft, an early iteration of Blizzard known as Silicon & Synapse released a cross-platform title called The Lost Vikings, an adventure-puzzler that gave the player control over ... Read More



Soul Historica Review

by Sam Riedel

The JRPG factory known to us as Kemco just keeps on trucking. Every month, they’ve got a new mediocre-to-good game out, which is pretty impressive in itself. The fact that all these games look pretty much ... Read More



The Walking Dead Episode One Review

by Matthew Byrd

If you were wondering what those sighs of relief you’ve been hearing lately are all about, it might have something to do with the fact that Telltale Games’ much beloved The Walking Dead: Season One finally made ... Read More



Sorcery! Review:

by David Wall

Choose your own adventure, a genre of gaming seemingly lost to time, is making strides towards resurrection with the help of smart phones and tablets. Choose your own adventure (CYOA) games were novels at their core, ... Read More



Block Legend Review

by Sam Riedel

If there’s one genre of mobile gaming that’s gotten even more tiresome than the endless runner, it’s the “match-three” puzzle game format. It’s not just because Candy Crush is so ubiquitous (and King Entertainment is a ... Read More

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Pathogen Review

by Amanda Lynn

There’s nothing quite like a classic board game to get the ol’ noggin working. There’s also nothing quite like bringing your foes to bitter ruin with your logic prowess. Pathogen lets you do both, combining the ... Read More

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Road of Kings Review

by Will McCool

These days your first exposure to Conan likely came from television or the movies. The original tales that introduced the cunning barbarian to the world are hard to find in a printed form. While subsequent versions ... Read More


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Detective Grimoire Review

by Melissa M. Parker

Detective Grimoire is a stylish game. In fact, it’s stylish enough to make me wonder if it can stand on that alone. In pop culture, style often dominates over substance. Audiences were dazzled by John Cameron’s ... Read More



Violett Review

by Joe Matar

Violett comes close to defying description, which is what people usually say when they want to talk about an experience that feels so absolutely unique that it demolishes conventions to create something brand new. And that’s ... Read More



Gemini Rue Review

by Travis Fahs

Since their decline from mainstream popularity, adventure games have found themselves settling into a nostalgia niche. Despite this, there’s a sense that the genre’s ability to tell the sorts of character-driven stories that other types of ... Read More


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The Cave Review

by Travis Fahs

Double Fine has had their foot in the mobile market for some time now, with smaller-scale releases like Middle Manager of Justice and Dropchord, but the release of The Cave is the first time we’ve seen ... Read More

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