de Blob – Review

Back in 2008, The Wii had a small hit with the original release of de Blob, and while we've seen a sequel hit 360/ps3 back in 2011 little more was heard until earlier this year when both de Blob and de Blob 2 received an updated PC release earlier this year. 6 months later we … Continue reading de Blob – Review


INK – Review

Digerati have a track record for finding little gems, and Ink by Space cowboy / ZackBell Games could well be their next mini-hit. Ink is a simple game, nothing more than a soft melody in the background and a retro inspired 'pixel' style showing your profile and the word Ink shown by splatters of ink … Continue reading INK – Review

Bleed – Review

Indie games are ever popular and recently we've seen more and more hit latest consoles. Concentrating more on unique gameplay rather than groundbreaking graphics, Bleed fits into what you'd expect from an indie game, bargain price, unique and fun gameplay but an unfortunate highlight of how far behind AAA titles too many indie titles are. … Continue reading Bleed – Review

Unbox: Newbie’s Adventure – Review

With the postal service here in the UK mostly dominated by the ever disappointing Royal Mail, surely everyone's going to be interested about a game based on delivering packages and becoming the ultimate postal service. We're not talking about Amazon's reliance on third party couriers, DHL, Hermes or DPD, This is Newbie's time to shine. … Continue reading Unbox: Newbie’s Adventure – Review

Skylar & Plux : Adventure on Clover Island – Review

On the outskirts of the galaxy, the mighty CRT has captured Skylar and equipped the feline protagonist with a mechanical arm, called 'ARM', that can talk. Skylar is our hero in the making, and first job is to save Clover Island. The game begins with Skylar escaping from CRT's secret lair, and crash-landing on Clover … Continue reading Skylar & Plux : Adventure on Clover Island – Review

Talent Not Included – Review

In the fantasy land of Notthatmuchfurther, Zordok, Derp, and Kevin, three monsters that are¬†huge fans of slaughter, bloodbaths, and Shakespeare. Bored out of their minds, they hire Zot to put on a show for them, and his choice of actors certainly has no talent included. It seems like every week I'm reviewing one platform game … Continue reading Talent Not Included – Review

Snake Pass – Review

Snake Pass is a retro-inspired platform/adventure game from Sumo Digital. A mysterious gate-crasher has blocked the gateways across your world and its up to Noodle the snake and Doodle the humming-bird to unlock the portal between the four realms. You take control of the duo (well mostly our good friend Noodle, the Snake), you'll need … Continue reading Snake Pass – Review