Old Man’s Journey

Old Man’s Journey is an instructively titled puzzle adventure game about an old man who goes on a journey. You don’t know where he’s going, only that he set off after receiving a bit of mail containing surprising news. He carries a rucksack and seems […]

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Super Mario Run

Let me just say right out the gate, I’m a Nintendo kid. Always have been, always will be. I’m pretty sure I’ve played every main title Mario game Nintendo have ever released, and because they’ve been consistently entertaining, I’ll more than likely continue playing them […]

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Batman: The Telltale Series

The caped crusader becomes a lot less intimidating if you pronounce his name wrong. He is the night, he is the darkness, he is… The Batmun. Not to be confused with the Megamun, Aquamun or Butman, Batmun’s legacy is so long that it would take […]

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There have been opinions published on this site before about the quality of Five Nights at Freddy’s (FNAF), and I’d like to take some time to say that I cordially disagree. I wouldn’t go as far as to say that they’re the best horror games […]

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Clockwork

There’s always a lot of excitement that comes with finding an indie game that does something weird and different. Games like Undertale and Axiom Verge remind us that thinking outside the box can make for hours of delight. However, not all games nail that strange […]

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Fallout Shelter for PC

It’s been quite awhile since I played Fallout Shelter on mobile, echoing from somewhere within the depths of my S6 Edge are the voices of what is likely now a very dead vault. It wasn’t that I didn’t enjoy the game (quite the opposite, in […]

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LEGO and Star Wars: these are just two of my favourite things. I have to be honest, though, as this is somehow the first LEGO Star Wars game I’ve played despite the fact the first game in the series launched on more than a decade […]

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Cell Surgeon

Despite what the name may suggest, the Cell Surgeon app is neither a penitentiary medic simulator or an examination of Microsoft Excel protocol. Rather, this new game from InJoy Labs is yet another addition to the ever-growing, extensive catalogue of match-4 games available on portable […]

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Station Stop

Nine score and five years ago, George Stephenson (“the father of railways”) opened the first public inter-city railway to use steam locomotives. Trains traveled at a top speed of 27km/h, and if there were a breakdown on the track, a policeman (stationed each mile along […]

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Telltale’s Game of Thrones: Season One

In the early 2000s, the fantasy genre had perhaps its largest surge in popularity thanks to the mainstream success of The Lord of the Rings film franchise. While there was somewhat of a lull after this, eventually the heavily chronicled “A Song of Ice and […]

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