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Back to Bed Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

Back to Bed is an indie puzzle game designed by Bedtime Digital Games. As the name indicates, the objective is


They Need To Be Fed 3 Review

by Melissa M. Parker

Sequels can be an extremely tricky enterprise. Take it from someone who (accidentally on purpose) watched Indiana Jones and the


The Inner World Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

The Inner World is a hand drawn point-and-click adventure game developed by Studio Fizbin. It is a weird piece of


VVVVVV Review

by Joe Matar

You may know Terry Cavanagh from a little game that frustrated you to insanity called Super Hexagon. Before that, Cavanagh


Monument Valley Review

by Joe Matar

Simple controls, a sparse narrative, economical sound design, and graphics based around basic geometric shapes make Monument Valley the new


Noir Syndrome Review

by Melissa M. Parker

The resurgence of noir in gaming is something to be excited about. Even for those of us who haven’t scoured eBay


Spider Webz Review

by Jen Schiller

Spider Webz could have been fun with a few tweaks to the game. It takes the concept of Cut The


Mines of Mars

by Will McCool

Imitation is extremely common in game development, especially in the burgeoning realm of phone and tablet entertainment. It only took


Threes! Review

by Matthew Byrd

Considering the wealth of “me-too!” Candy Crush clones out there, it’s becoming harder and harder to trust puzzle games. Whereas


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


Gobliiins Trilogy Review

by Joe Matar

Developed in the nineties by French developer Coktel Vision, the Gobliiins adventure games were already a trio of niche oddities.


Buddy & Me Review

by Sam Riedel

Mainstream endless runners are getting pretty tiresome, for the most part: your Temple Runs and your Sonic Dashes. Underneath their


Faif Review

by Sam Riedel

Math nerds rejoice: That sword-and-sorcery game of probability you always wanted is finally here. Sort of. Your satisfaction with Faif,


Doodle Kingdom Review

by Amanda Lynn

Doodle Kingdom, an addition to the series of Doodle apps created by JoyBits, offers players a medieval twist on the


Radiohammer Review

by Joe Matar

It must be tough to make a truly engaging rhythm game as they’re essentially elaborate versions of Simon. The simplicity


Rube Works Review

by Jason Schneider

Rube Goldberg machines are cool. You string seemingly unrelated objects together to transfer energy and complete a task. And games


Little Inferno Review

by Melissa M. Parker

Little Inferno is a hard game to review, because you don’t play it so much as experience it. The gameplay


Minivolt Review

by Francis Rafael

Minivolt is an unassuming game. Incredibly unassuming, so much so that it almost borders on being deceptive. And that’s a


Ridiculous Fishing Review

by Joe Matar

Fishing has been scientifically proven to be the most boring thing in existence. Luckily, video games have come along to


Ittle Dew Review

by Melissa M. Parker

There are millions of reasons why The Legend of Zelda has been one of the most successful videogame franchises of



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