Tadpole Treble Review – Amphibious Odysseus
Sep09

Tadpole Treble Review – Amphibious Odysseus

Tadpole Treble is a truly revolutionary take on rhythm platforming games. I

Livelock review – Controlled Chaos
Aug30

Livelock review – Controlled Chaos

If you’re a fan of top down shooters but also enjoy a deeper gameplay experience, then I couldn’t recommend Livelock highly enough. The gameplay is delightfully hectic and destructive, while the RPG elements make for a more engaging experience. Despite the slightly bland environment design, Livelock is a game that straddles the line between casual and hardcore gameplay.

Inside Review – Not another brick in the wall
Aug23

Inside Review – Not another brick in the wall

Inside is a clever, through-provoking evolution of what made Limbo great, and is easily one of the best games this generation.

Get Nuclear Throne and more for just $10 with the 17th Humble Indie Bundle
Aug17

Get Nuclear Throne and more for just $10 with the 17th Humble Indie Bundle

17th Humble Indie Bundle is packed to the brim with indie titles. Together, they usually cost around $121. Thanks to this bundle however, they can all be purchased for just $10!

Quadrilateral Cowboy Review – smart syntax
Jul26

Quadrilateral Cowboy Review – smart syntax

A game about conducting heists from behind a pc screen? It sure sounds mundane and complicated. Blendo Games though, have somehow managed to pull it off with ease in Quadrilateral Cowboy. They’ve put together a highly polished, surprisingly enjoyable product, one which every gamer should get around to playing at some point.

Inside Review – Not another brick in the wall
Jul07

Inside Review – Not another brick in the wall

Inside is a clever, through-provoking evolution of what made Limbo great, and is easily one of the best games this generation.

Brigador Review: An Isometric shooter that’s oh so nice
Jun24

Brigador Review: An Isometric shooter that’s oh so nice

The isometric, top down shooter perfectly blends the new with the old to deliver a very enjoyable experience.

Anomaly 1729 – Puzzle Platforming for Masochists
Jun16

Anomaly 1729 – Puzzle Platforming for Masochists

As a genre, puzzle platformers have gone through many permutations. First gaining mainstream success in America in the 1990’s with Lost Vikings and Wario Land 2. These games laid the groundwork for modern puzzle platformers like Braid and Fez, where the puzzles are solved by players manipulating the actual game world in some way.

Grab Broforce, Hotline Miami, and more with the Devolver Digital Steam Sale
May06

Grab Broforce, Hotline Miami, and more with the Devolver Digital Steam Sale

Devolver Digital are having a sale on Steam. Broforce, Hotline Miami, and many more are selling for dirt cheap! What are you waiting for?

Supergiant’s Pyre is nothing like their previous two games
Apr25

Supergiant’s Pyre is nothing like their previous two games

Pyre is nothing like Transistor and Bastion, looking more like a sports title than an RPG at times.

Community Vote: should Matty play the poop or scare game first?
Mar29

Community Vote: should Matty play the poop or scare game first?

A reader gifted Matty with two indie titles! Which should he play first; ‘There’s Poop in My Soup’, or ‘Sophie’s Curse’?

SuperHot Review – Free Your Mind
Feb25

SuperHot Review – Free Your Mind

SuperHot uses it’s time-altering core mechanic to great effect, with small, smartly designed puzzles offering exhilirating bursts of frantic shooting and methodical thought.