In my review of the previous episode, I discussed the disconnect I experienced between myself, and stepping into the shoes of Clementine. Initially, this was a concern, but in time, I slowly started to embrace a new understanding; which seemed to fluctuate back and forth […]

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[audiotube id=”L_m4tMACarU” size=”medium” time=”no” loop=”yes”] Platform(s): Android, iOS Release: 9/07/2013 PopCap arguably popularised the casual game genre or at least rode the first big wave of the casual game revolution. Tablets were still new back then, and they took a big share of casual games […]

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[audiotube id=”6Q_tOiCT6NU” size=”medium” time=”no” loop=”yes”] Platform(s): Multi-Platform Release: 04/12/2013 Point and click adventures have been a PC favourite for years due to their widespread appeal. Younger generations were taken in by interactive stories and colourful scenery that created an experience bordering somewhere in the middle […]

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Snow Spin

[audiotube id=”2Zp0qBabe7s” size=”medium” time=”no” loop=”yes”] Platform(s): iOS & Android Release: 04/12/2013 As a West Australian and a game lover, it’s only natural that when a new iOS game is released by a local game development studio that you immediately want to show your support for […]

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Square Off

[audiotube id=”G7vgnslWFiI” size=”medium” time=”no” loop=”yes”] Platform(s): Multi-Platform Release: 20/11/2013 If you consider yourself a “Gamer”, then you have to admit that you are or were at some point in time, a snob when it comes to mobile gaming. Personally, I’ve always been disinclined to bother […]

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Freedom Fall

[audiotube id=”A5j3bGeAMmI” size=”medium” time=”no” loop=yes] Platform(s): Multi-Platform Release: Q2-Q4 2013 It’s always an exciting opportunity when I have the chance to review a game that was developed in my very own Hometown, and for those international readers who might not be familiar with where we’re […]

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