Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise

Before you see James Bond (now more of a hit man who has random epiphanies, than a classic spy) in Spectre, your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to play Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise. “Agent A is a spy-themed point-and-click puzzle […]

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Read Only Memories

Read Only Memories (ROM) was developed by MidBoss, a team of independent developers who actively promote the presence of the LGBT community within the indie scene by organizing events such as GaymerX. In 2013, the team launched a Kickstarter to create a game with a […]

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Soda Dungeon

Numismatists, reluctant soft drink abstainers and casual gamers take note. Here is a game that will quench your thirst for a solo adventure- delivered as a novel carbonated currency themed app. Welcome to Soda Dungeon. As a savvy medieval wayfarer, you recognize the nearby foreboding […]

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SOMA

If you were a horror fan during the mid-late ’00s, you’d likely remember how dire the state of the genre had become. Resident Evil had gone the route of co-op action, Silent Hill was being outsourced to the west, and Alone in the Dark was […]

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Ninja Pizza Girl

There’s something about teaching and games that never quite works. 90% of the time, the games that try to hammer home a message just don’t deliver a satisfying game. There are certainly exceptions to the rule (like Particulars), but the vast majority of educational games […]

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Armikrog

Having played many point-and-click adventures throughout my childhood, The Neverhood was always a standout for me with its quirky humour and claymation art style. I remember being glued with interest by the oddly-shaped hero, Klayman, and the world he lived in; it was unlike any […]

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Armello

When I was a kid, I loved Brian Jacques’ Redwall series – woodland creatures playing out medieval epics with swords and sorcery – and I still have the books to this day. In adult life, I’m a pretty avid board game player, with an extensive […]

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No Time To Explain

Developer: tinyBuildGames Platform(s): Multi-Platform Release: 17/07/2015 I love original and inventive indie games that offer something different for gamers to enjoy; titles that don’t fall into the cookie-cutter AAA title category. Unquestionably, No Time To Explain stands strongly within that group of creative and quirky […]

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Ronin

Developer: Tomasz Wacławek Platform(s): PC, Mac, Linux Release: 30/06/2015 If you asked what I thought of Ronin a week ago, I’d say that DeNiro’s performance was on point, but the film didn’t have one. Now, my opinion is that while my jumping was on point, […]

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Monstrum

Developer: Team Junkfish Platform(s): PC, MAC & Linux Release: 20/05/2015 I truly believe we see some of the most daring, innovative and downright brilliant ideas in gaming come to life in the domain of indie developers. Something about the modern indie gaming scene feels like […]

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