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EvoCreo Review

by Michael Jaoui

Welcome to the world of Zenith, a wondrous place where young boys and girls capture wild pets in ball-like cages


Traitor-Valkyrie Plan Review

by Steve Dourountoudakis

It’s not a secret that first-person shooters don’t work well on touch screen devices. They have neither the smooth movement


Bad Dinos Review

by Isaac Davis

Bad Dinos wants very badly to be a Flintstones game. From the opening screens of the story, a family of


Siegefall Review

by Sharang Biswas

Okay I’ll admit it: I was pleasantly surprised that I actually enjoyed Siegefall, Parisian game studio Gameloft’s latest strategy title.


Vainglory Review

by Matthew Byrd

  In 2015 the MOBA is more than a game genre. It’s a phenomenon. A success in every way that


Lifeline Review

by Isaac Davis

I would not have expected text-based games to make such a comeback, but here we are. Twine is becoming more


The SilverBullet Review

by Steve Dourountoudakis

The SilverBullet feels like a game with good ideas made by people who didn’t know what to do with them.


Durlindana Review

by Jessica Critcher

Durlindana is a fantasy RPG by Simon Matts. The premise is that you are a lowly but ambitious peasant on


Dead Among Us Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

I have a slight obsession with all things-zombie. Zombie games, zombie books, zombie apocalypse, zombie survival guides, Rob Zombie; the


League of Stickman Review

by Tyler Horst

In console gaming, certain titles get the somewhat derogatory distinction of being “button mashers.” These are also frequently referred to


Soul Hunters Review

by Matthew Hung

They say you should trust your gut instincts, and while perhaps this isn’t the most comprehensive advice you’ll ever hear,


Xenowerk Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

A maze of rooms infested with mutants descends 50 floors. As you work your way through the dark corridors, your flashlight


Warhammer Quest Review

by Alex Madell

Warhammer Quest is a game that harkens back to the old days of Dungeons and Dragons and similarly-themed dungeon crawl


Sproggiwood Review

by Meg Stivison

Sproggiwood is a casual roguelike, where your character, the Cloghead, has to complete missions for his adorably moody boss, Sproggi.



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