Doodle God: Evolution was reviewed on the PC Version. Does the name “Doodle God” ring a bell? If the answer is yes, I’m not surprised, as it was familiar to me too. Doodle God is a Flash Games franchise. The original game was published in 2010, followed by a sequence of rather mediocre sequels. Puzzle games that make… Continue reading Doodle God: Evolution Review – Uninspired Scribbles
Good ol’ Sonic Adventure 2. This is easily one of the most popular titles of the series. This year not only marks the 30th anniversary of the series, but also the 20th anniversary of Sonic Adventure 2, which launched on the Dreamcast in 2001. Dreamcast? That’s not Xbox! Fortunately, it released as a download on… Continue reading Sonic Adventure 2 Review – Nostalgic Magic
Mirror’s Edge gave players a chance to experience the magic of freerunning and parkour. Indie developer Loneminded gives players a chance to rediscover that magic in Adverse. They have created a beautiful world in which players can run and fight to the end. Here’s our Adverse review. Story After hostile artificial intelligence has spread across… Continue reading Adverse Review
Lonely Mountains: Downhill is an enjoyable, relaxing, and challenging experience. It involves trying to navigate yourself down a mountain and get the quickest time without throwing yourself off of the mountain and plummeting to your death. Multiplayer… Sort of. Daily Rides is a mode that lets players compete against each other from all around the… Continue reading Lonely Mountains: Downhill Review
Carto was reviewed for the Xbox One. An Island adventure where you’re the boss placing small squares of land wherever you like, meeting new people and doing new quests – sounds great, doesn’t it? As Carto, a new adventure game from Humble Games shows, well, maybe. Depends on how you like to spend six hours.… Continue reading Carto: A Real Puzzler?
2020 is a year that gaming should never forget. Every year end article will all have the same thing to say, 2020 was one hell of a year. With Covid-19 dominating most of the year, many of us got to spend more time in our favorite hobby of video games. But that doesn’t mean it… Continue reading 2020: A Gaming Year We Should Never Forget
Call of the Sea was reviewed on the PC version. Call of The Sea is one of the rare Indie/Puzzle games that enjoys the luxurious balance between good visuals, an awesome narrative, and some actual good voice acting. Developed by Out of the Blue; and Published by Raw Fury. Call of The Sea is that… Continue reading Call of the Sea Review: a Fun Ride!
Double Pug Switch was reviewed on the Xbox One. Releasing on October 22nd, Double Pug Switch was The Polygon Loft’s debut title. The concept for the game is simple. With three main characters, Otis, our playable pug, The Professor and Whiskers, a cat. The starting cut-scene sees Whiskers pushing vials of goo off of a… Continue reading Double Pug Switch Review: Easy To Play, Hard To Master
A game standing out for it’s bizarre nature, Chicken Police was a game I looked forward to trying as soon as it was made available. The artistic design, characters and general atmosphere contribute to a unique and never before felt experience. In a world where the over the top and the expansive saturate the market,… Continue reading Chicken Police – Paint it RED! Review: Clucking Brilliant
This was kind of refreshing. Hotshot Racing is a game made by Sumo Digital, the studio responsible for the Sonic & All Stars series of games. It’s a throwback to the arcade days of racing games and it oozes that from every crevice of the game. To the art style, it’s gameplay and overall feel,… Continue reading Hotshot Racing Review – a Nostalgia Trip Worth Taking?