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I Can’t Stop Staring At Jetpack Squad

I Can’t Stop Staring At Jetpack Squad

If a picture is worth a thousand words than what’s an animated gif worth? Well if they’re animated gifs of Jetpack Squad gameplay, they’re probably worth at least one-thousand seconds because that’s about how long I spent looking at these gifs of Jetpack Squad. This game look amazing. I honestly don’t know that much about the game […]

Don’t Miss Out On ‘Knights and Bikes’

Don’t Miss Out On ‘Knights and Bikes’

I almost missed the boat on this one. That’s a saying, right? Almost missed the boat. Or is it train? Almost missed the train. No, that doesn’t have the same ring to it. I’m going with boat. I almost missed the boat on Knights and Bikes because the game’s Kickstarter ends on March 3rd. Cycling around […]

The Flame in the Flood Opening Impressions

The Flame in the Flood Opening Impressions

The Flame in the Flood is a new crafting/survival game from The Molasses Flood. In the game players take control of Scout and are tasked with heading down river as far as they can get while fending off wildlife and surviving on meager supplies. The game features crisp graphics that reminded me of a pop-up […]

Devil Daggers Video Review

Devil Daggers Video Review

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 […]

The Body Changer Review: Still Growing

The Body Changer Review: Still Growing

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 […]

4 Takeaways From The Star Wars Battlefront Beta

4 Takeaways From The Star Wars Battlefront Beta

The Star Wars Battlefront Beta ended yesterday, and according to EA, over 9-million people tried the game out during it’s availability. That’s a huge number of people. Considering how smooth the multiplayer experience was (mechanically speaking), I have no doubt that the day-one launch will go smoothly. Unless something dramatic changes in the meantime. By […]

Cradle Review: The Breaking Bough

Cradle Review: The Breaking Bough

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 […]

16 Beautiful Screenshots I Took With Submerged’s “Postcard” Mode

16 Beautiful Screenshots I Took With Submerged’s “Postcard” Mode

So, if you missed it, I really liked Uppercut Games’ adventure game, Submerged. It’s about a young girl taking care of her younger brother by traveling through a flooded city, looking for supplies. It’s a great little, action-free adventure game that can look particularly spectacular. Uppercut Games knew that players were going to love Submerged’s […]