You can sign up to get a daily email of our articles, see the Mailing List page!
RSS Category: Review
Pick categories (CTRL+click for multiple):  

The Longing is out today so you can begin your own 400 day adventure

By Liam Dawe,
The Longing is highly unusual, a game that takes 400 real-time days to come to a conclusion. As soon as you load it up, a timer will start counting down even when you're not in the game.

Explore a mysterious structure in 'Meteorite', a colourful and densely pixelated free short metroidvania FPS

By Sunburst,
Meteorite is a colourful and densely pixelated metroidvania FPS, made in Godot Engine for a Game Jam back in 2018 that's worth a look when you have a few free minutes.

Iris and the Giant is a deck-builder about facing your inner demons - out now

By Liam Dawe,
Iris and the Giant is a new release that pulls you into the mind of a young girl, as she fights her inner demons in turn-based battles with card deck-building.

Snaliens, a brain-twisting family-friendly puzzle game is out now

By Liam Dawe,
The Snaliens are separated and marooned on an unknown planet after some kind of mechanical problem with their spaceship, so it's up to you to reunite them in this puzzle game.

Take your chicken on a wild adventure in 'Edgar - Bokbok in Boulzac' - out now

By Liam Dawe,
Take control of the outcast Edgar, a rather quirky individual who wears a tin hat and talks to their Chicken in 'Edgar - Bokbok in Boulzac' and it's out now.

Hearts of Iron IV's espionage-themed expansion, La Résistance, is a fun addition to a hard-fought war

By BTRE,
Prepare to use your intelligence to win the war. The latest expansion for Paradox Development Studios’ World War 2 title focuses on all things espionage and has a revamp for several nations. Prospective partisans and all other players will also be getting a large patch with new free features.

The Pedestrian is an imaginative and fun puzzle game about travelling through signs - out now

By Liam Dawe,
You are The Pedestrian, the little person you see in various street and wall signs and you're on a mission. It's a clever idea for a game but is the gameplay worth it? I took a look to find out.

Obversion is a slow, peaceful and satisfying first-person puzzler out now

By Liam Dawe,
Obversion from former-Google developer Adrian Marple is out now, I played through a bunch of it and found it delightful.

Open-ended tower-defense mining game Mindustry is just awesome

By Liam Dawe,
When you get hooked on a game like Mindustry, it's hard to put it down and play anything else so please send help.

Stylish and tough rogue-lite shooter 'Danger Gazers' released

By Liam Dawe,
ShotX Studio (Kontrakt, Riskers) recently released Danger Gazers, a very stylish rogue-lite shooter with a lot to like about it.

Thanks to Proton, you can have 'A Date in the Park' in this intriguing free short adventure; some thoughts

By Sunburst,
A Date in the Park is a lightweight point and click adventure that will take you approximately one hour to solve. It was actually released more than five years ago, but thanks to Proton 4.11, it is now possible to enjoy it on Linux -almost- without any problems.

Gloomy and surreal adventure game Mosaic from Krillbite Studio is out now

By Liam Dawe,
Krillbite Studio, developer of the creepy Among the Sleep have released Mosaic, a dark and surreal adventure game about life in a cold overpopulated and ever-expanding city.

Some thoughts on Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power

By Hamish,
To say that I began playing Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power with low expectations would be an understatement. Immediately put off by the 3D viewpoint, the game acquired such a poor reputation that Frozenbyte went as far as to publicly apologize to quell a significant fan backlash. Four years on though, how does Trine 3 fare as a game?

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive's mission system in Operation Shattered Web is pretty good

By Liam Dawe,
I will admit, after dropping an update last night with a big new Operation for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive I was a little sceptical with the Battle Pass system. However, it's surprisingly good.

The surprisingly good deck-builder Fate Hunters has arrived on GOG

By Liam Dawe,
Releasing originally back in July, Fate Hunters is another deck-building roguelike filled with random encounters and just recently it was released DRM-free on GOG.
Livestreams & Videos
Community Livestreams
  • Turn Around: „Blackguards“ (Wine)
Popular this week
View by Category
Contact
Latest Comments
Latest Forum Posts