AdoptMyGame is a place where developers are able to present their game, which can be for any platform and any stage of development. Developers are able to express their business needs when they upload their game and precise filters allow other users the ability to quickly explore all of the projects.
A niche racing simulator for the true greasemonkey or gearhead.
The makers of Robbie Swifthand and the Orb of Mysteries, Pixel Reign, uploaded a demo to GameJolt less than 4 months ago. In that amount of time it became the NUMBER ONE platformer on GameJolt worldwide and gamers reviewed it as a 4.7 out of a possible score of 5! And now here is the best news… The game has been approved for early access on Steam!
Qubic Games is doing some fun and unique things with the Nintendo Switch. In 2018, they have plans to port 10 games to the Switch and they are capable of porting up to 3 games simultaneously. They are currently looking to work with development teams with plans to publish to the Switch.
The Switch has been starved for a turn-based RPG, which is really what made me buy Antiquia Lost in the first place. As it looks right now, Pokemon is still a ways off and as someone who loves RPGs and turn-based combat, I decided to quench this thirst with the new RPG from Kemco.
KnightOut not only tests your building ability, but do you have the gumption to defend it?
Mirrors is a fun little puzzler that progressively increases in difficulty as you advance through multiple levels of a tomb. The game does a great job of slowly introducing you to … Continue Reading Redonkulous Recommends: Mirrors on Steam
This is easily the most played game in my Steam Library right now, and I could NOT be more excited that it’s coming to the Switch. High flyin’ acrobatics! Full speed drifting! Hard hitting demolitions! Massive slam dunks! The time has finally come for one of the biggest surprise hits of the last few years, Rocket League, to join the Nintendo Switch.
We recently had a conversation with Wax, the Game Manager and creator of Macrales Studio, where we learned about the backstory and concept around Epic Loon.
For the second part of our interview, we are focusing on the game itself. Epic Loon is coming soon and there is a whole lot to be excited for!
Enter Epic Loon by Macrales Studio, the game that will give that same feeling without the potential for buyers remorse. But what the heck is Epic Loon and how can such a game wield so much power? We were lucky enough to have a chat with Wax, the Game Manager for Epic Loon to learn a little more about the 2018 Q1 title.
This is a review for The Sparkle 2: Evo, if you would like to check out the video version you can find it here. The Story In The Sparkle 2: … Continue Reading The Sparkle 2: Evo – Beautiful Game but is it Just a Cash Grab?
This is part 2 of an interview with Frozenbyte about their game Nine Parchments that is in development and is nearing release soon. If you missed part 1 check it … Continue Reading Nine Parchments by Frozenbyte: A Colorful Interview for a Colorful Game (Part 2)
Today and tomorrow Redonkulous Gaming will be releasing a two part series interview with Frozenbyte Studios who is currently working on Nine Parchments. The first part of the interview (this … Continue Reading Nine Parchments by Frozenbyte: A Colorful Interview for a Colorful Game (Part 1)
It is fair to say the Nintendo Switch community has been “under the influence” for the better part of a week. Couple that with the sleep deprivation required to play Super Mario Odyssey right at launch into the wee hours of the morning, and it is pretty easy to understand why so many are drinking the Mario-flavored kool-aid.
But after that long wait and all the marketing and social media noise surrounding Super Mario Odyssey, was the game over-hyped?
Violett is a point and click adventure game by Forever Entertainment. The game was originally released for the PC/Mac/Linux on December 13, 2013 and then re-released on the Nintendo switch … Continue Reading Violett: A Pretty Point and Click Adventure with some bugs