Every second is a level.
Devil Daggers is a new indie game that pits the player against an endless stream of demonic monstrosities. Luckily players get a magical dagger that can, oddly, shoot out other daggers. Learning how to dispatch enemies and utilize the daggers various mechanics the most efficiently is key to being able to survive in the game.
After all, you only have one life, and even a slight bump into an enemy warrants an instantaneous death.
The Doom-esque visuals combined with some truly creepy sound design compliments the smooth gameplay very well. Devil Daggers may not be for everyone, but you owe it to yourself to give the game a try.
Devil Daggers on Steam
Follow Tom on Twitter: @tomscott90
**A retail copy of the game was provided by the developer**
The Body Changer is a new puzzle/shooter hybrid game from The Short And The Tall that just launched after a run on Steam Early Access. I’m not typically one for puzzle games, but I had some free time over the weekend and seeing as how it was the first game in my queue to check… Continue reading
Cradle is a first-person adventure game from Flying Cafe for Semianimals. Yes, that is their name. In Cradle players awaken in a state of amnesia, in a yurt somewhere in Mongolia. It’s the near-future, I believe the game said it was nearing 2080, and your yurt is filled with antique equipment…and a cyborg lady. The… Continue reading
Submerged from Uppercut Games caught me completely off guard. I don’t know what exactly I was expecting when I first loaded into the game, but I certainly wasn’t expecting to beat the game in one sitting. Running at just around 4 hours, I completed Submerged last night, in one shot. I can’t think of another… Continue reading
Having worked in a grocery store throughout my high school and early college days, I am well aware of the danger that is an old person behind the wheel of an electric scooter. Nothing is safe once they toss their cane in the wire basket, shuffle their old legs onto the platform, and put the… Continue reading
As a kid, building forts was arguably the best thing to do on a rainy day. Grab some pillows, a blanket, anchor the blanket to the couch and drape it down to the pillows, and boom: makeshift living room tent. I always built the fort because it gave me a cool place to do homework,… Continue reading
So I played Cookie Clicker back when that was a popular thing, I’ve been playing Tap Titans on my iPad as something to do when I need to kill some time, and just now I’ve sunk about a solid 45 minutes into Tap Heroes…just because. For those of you who don’t recognize any of those… Continue reading
The Silent Age from developer House on Fire has me a bit conflicted for this review. The game’s completed story and gameplay experience was great, and I will remember it fondly. Unfortunately though, the dialog and disconnected puzzles all felt lacking, or weaker than they could be. Let me elaborate: The Silent Age begins with a series… Continue reading
If you’re a long-time reader of Epic Brew, you’ll have picked up by now that I really enjoy first-person, narrative-driven adventure games. From The Vanishing of Ethan Carter to A Story About My Uncle, I really enjoy exploring worlds that developers have constructed to be played through the eyes of a particular character. Kholat is… Continue reading
[Hatred is an AO-rated video game. So don’t look if you’re a kid or offended by lots of violence] At the beginning of the month, Hatred released onto Steam. The game’s release marked the first time an “Adults Only” (AO) rated video game has been available for sale on the platform. Most games that you… Continue reading