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Wild Glory Review: Conquer the Crowd

Arena based games are generally a ton of fun, which explains their popularity. Most of the appeal comes from the replay-ability and the fact that the experience tends to change … Continue Reading Wild Glory Review: Conquer the Crowd

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Crowdfunding Corner – April 30th

With so many projects with all sorts of potential, we want to help gamers and investors identify a few games they otherwise may not have stumbled across. Our highlights include projects listed across four crowdfunding platforms: Kickstarter, Indiegogo, Fig, and Brightlocker.

Crowdfunding Corner – April 16th

With so many projects with all sorts of potential, we want to help gamers and investors identify a few games they otherwise may not have stumbled across. Our highlights include projects listed across four crowdfunding platforms: Kickstarter, Indiegogo, Fig, and Brightlocker.

Masters of Anima: Nintendo Switch Review

Masters of Anima is a very busy game and any given battle requires a lot of strategy specifically as it relates to how your Guardians are deployed. Controlling up to 100 Guardians and Otto is no small task, however the sleek console port makes it an enjoyable experience so that the player can enjoy the rest of what the game as to offer.

INFERNIUM: Nintendo Switch Review

The key differentiation in Infernium’s Hell is that danger in plain sight. Rarely will evil jump out to attack you like in most horror games. Instead, evil will present you with a challenge in which you will need to have a strategy behind all of your movements.

Conquer the Storm and Make Sail!

Make Sail is first and foremost a building and simulation game. A large chunk of your play time will be dedicated to creating, improving, and even destroying the boats you make. As a result, you will get out of Make sail what you are willing to put into it.

Crowdfunding Corner – April 2nd

With so many projects with all sorts of potential, we want to help gamers and investors identify a few games they otherwise may not have stumbled across. Our highlights include projects listed across four crowdfunding platforms: Kickstarter, Indiegogo, Fig, and Brightlocker.

Cubiques 1 & 2: A Soothing Puzzler

Cubiques and Cubiques 2 are minimalistic puzzlers with an inexpensive price tag. Both present unique challenges, with the greater challenge found in Cubiques 2. With 140 levels between the two games, these puzzlers will keep you busy for quite some time.