About Luisa Aparisi

Luisa Aparisi is a writer from Miami, FL. She spends her time listening to NPR, raving over podcasts, and over-analyzing everything (because can you ever be truly sure). You can find some of her other work on Medium and Anime Feminist. Follow her on Twitter.



Author Archives: Luisa Aparisi

EverMerge Review

May 30th, 2020 | by Luisa Aparisi

Fishing for Fantasy Big Fish Games has reeled a fantasy mash-up onto the Android gaming scene with EverMerge. You play


Surviving Titan Review

May 26th, 2020 | by Luisa Aparisi

Following in Pokémon’s Footsteps Surviving Titan is an adventure game created by Dynamic Zero, and as the name implies, you


Hyperspace Delivery Service Review

May 12th, 2020 | by Luisa Aparisi

Gamer Nostalgia Hyperspace Delivery Service definitely appeals to gamer nostalgia. Designed by Zotnip, this pixelated title is all about strategy.


Isoland: The Amusement Park Review

April 28th, 2020 | by Luisa Aparisi

An Art History Buff’s Paradise Isoland: The Amusement Park is the latest indie point-and-click puzzle title developed by Cotton Game,


GRIS Review

April 18th, 2020 | by Luisa Aparisi

The Lone Ranger Devolver Digital’s GRIS is an indie game that is anything but dull. The adventure game’s opening is


Eternal Sword M Review

April 8th, 2020 | by Luisa Aparisi

Great Graphics, Senseless Story Eternal Sword M, NeoCraft’s new RPG, is ambitious to say the least. The story begins with



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