Browsing the "game careers" Tag

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


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


The Room Two Review

by Travis Fahs

Scour the Play Store, and you’re bound to find countless “Escape the Room” variants, each barely distinguishable from the next.


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


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


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


Little Galaxy Review

by Will McCool

The cardinal sin of casual gaming is lack of originality. Even the wild phenomenon that is Angry Birds wasn’t a


Syberia Review

by Joe Matar

Originally released in early 2002, Syberia was a point-and-click adventure well-received by gamers and critics alike, probably because the genre



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