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
April 13th was a good day for Qubic Games, who have already developed, ported, or published 6 games for Nintendo Switch since it’s release. You may remember Qubic Games from an … Continue Reading Pirates: All Aboard! Nintendo Switch Review
Fresh off of their successful port of The Way Remastered, Sonka Games is at it again. This time they are bringing Bouncy Bob by developer All Those Moments to Nintendo Switch. Bouncy Bob first turned … Continue Reading Bouncy Bob: Nintendo Switch Review
NoReload Heroes is the perfect fit for the Switch. Not only has the Switch helped to bring party couch games back in style, but Stupid Stupid Games has created a co-operative experience with a cool backstory and fun cast of characters.
When Redonk approached me a couple weeks ago with a “hey, didn’t you say you played the board game Flash Point: Fire Rescue?”, I had a rush of various flashbacks … Continue Reading Flash Point: Fire Rescue – From Your Living Room to Your Computer
The story begins with you taking on the role of McMean, who was the leader of a group of bank robbers and are wanted by the law. You leave the group because you found love and decide to put the dastardly past behind you. Your gang refuses to let you leave your old life so easily and burns down the ranch that you have established with your loving wife.
As of April 10th, the Pig Eat Ball campaign by Mommy’s Best Games was successful on Fig. Fig is a community publisher. They involve the community of gamers and fans in the … Continue Reading Pig Eat Ball – Campaign Succeeded on Fig
Today marks the release of widely anticipated game from Iron Galaxy. Extinction is set to hit the digital and physical shelves with a $60.00 price tag to boot. Extinction is certainly a … Continue Reading Extinction 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.
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.
Hack, slash, thrive, and survive in this single player action indie game by Super Squared.
Platformers and party platformers have made a huge come back as of late. By and large, we have the Nintendo Switch to thank for that. Games like Celeste and Steamworld Dig … Continue Reading Little Triangle: Nintendo Switch Review
A dungeon crawler with randomly generated levels? Yes please. High level of difficulty? even better! Cumulative leveling across all classes? You had me at hello. Boss Crushers developed by Space Horse will … Continue Reading Boss Crushers is Busting on to the Steam Store
Imagine you are hired to document an underwater expedition by a seemingly shady organization. Imagine the expedition takes place in the freezing cold Arctic Ocean. Imagine you discover life where … Continue Reading Debris – Escape Together or Die Alone
In the not too distant future, the Earth will be invaded by aliens and the human race will be rendered near extinct. Twenty-five years after barely surviving the onslaught, the aliens have returned, but the human race still has not fully recovered.
Grid Mania is a puzzle game that is developed by FX Valley and published by Qubic Games and will be released on the Nintendo Switch on March 2, 2018. Grid … Continue Reading Grid Mania – A very clean and no frills puzzle game