There's some weird and wonderful games and Ultimate Chicken Horse fits the bill perfectly. Developed by Clever Endeavour Games, a small 5 man team based in Montreal Canada, Ultimate Chicken Horse is an indie hit, that's every bit as exciting to play as it is intriguing to see in action as you dynamically create levels … Continue reading Ultimate Chicken Horse – Review
Hand of Fate 2 didn't just surprise me, it completely changed my opinion of a gaming genre.
It's not very often I review mobile games, but with the dawn of Apple's AR Kit there's a distinct new feel about AR, and Dronetopolis does a fantastic job of showcasing what can be achieved with AR Kit. More 'for fun' than a serious direction, Dronetopolis allows you to control a drone wherever you are, … Continue reading Dronetopolis AR – (iPhone) Review
Travellers Tales have been bringing us quality Lego titles for 12 years, and while some iterations have been nothing more than a face-lift, others have revolutionized the Lego genre by introducing new gameplay elements and franchises. The Ninjago Movie is upon us and it seems set to pave the way to an even greater future … Continue reading Lego : The Ninjago Movie – Review
The Convergence is upon us and Megaman's nemesis Sigma, and the Avengers bad guy Ultron have fused to create the hybrid super-baddy Ultron Sigma. It's up to you (and dozens of Marvel and Capcom characters to save the world. Marvel vs Capcom has been around for a few decades now, and the over the top, … Continue reading Marvel vs Capcom : Infinite – Review
With adventure games growing like a field full of corn, Maize stands out as one centralised around, a field of corn... There's been a little confusion between some slightly bonkers scientists and the government. After a brief tutorial of sorts (that does as much to hold your hand as my pet cat does). You'll discover … Continue reading Maize – Review
Codemasters have long been king when it comes to quality racing games, and while it took them a few years, the F1 series has improved consistently since joining their portfolio in 2011. 5 games later and 2017 rolls up to the starting line, with a tough act to follow, but it's safe to say F1 … Continue reading F1 2017 – Review