Lucy Yearwood

Lucy "Queen of the Indies" Yearwood was born into nobility. Never learning the value of a pound, she once paid £190 for a glass of milk. Sits upon a throne of broken dreams and ridiculous opinions but she sure does know her indie games.
  • KOI – Review

    Last year China finally lifted its longstanding game console ban allowing consoles to be manufactured and purchased within the country’s borders. Whilst there are still some stringent rules in place and whether the lift will lead to a seismic change in attitude or policy remains to be seen but...
  • Severed – Review

    Despite having a passionate user base the PlayStation Vita has often felt like the black sheep of the PlayStation family whilst its younger, more successful brother continues to break records and steal the headlines. Although Drinkbox Studios have always supported the Vita, with Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack...
  • SteamWorld Heist – Review

    I’m not really a fan of turn-based strategy games. The idea of undoing several minutes worth of calculated and methodical planning with a single error of judgement or lapse in concentration doesn’t appeal to my gaming sensibilities. That being said, my reticence towards turn-based gameplay quickly evaporated just a few minutes into SteamWorld...
  • Love You To Bits – Review

    Many gems go unnoticed in the overcrowded AppStore and one of the games you may have overlooked in the last few years is Tiny Thief; a charming point and click adventure game from Alike Studio. In the years since Tiny Thief’s release, the Barcelona-based dev consisting of twin brothers have been...
  • Adventures of Pip – Review

    With the rise of indie game development there has been a concurrent upswing in the number of retro platformers available on the market and they’ve quickly become a dime a dozen. Few are able to stand out from the crowd but Adventures of Pip from Tic Toc Games manages to...
  • Doggins – Review

    After catching a glimpse of the newest trailer for upcoming PC and mobile game Burly Men At Sea(which you can watch here), I reached out to husband and wife developer Brain&Brain to enquire about their game. Since Burly Men At Sea won’t be out until the end of the...
  • 101 Ways To Die – Review

    Available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, developer Four Door Lemon’s 101 Ways To Die is a challenging and satisfying puzzle game that will appeal to your inner sadist and strategist. Featuring a wide range of mechanics, tools and open-ended levels, 101 Ways To Die provides you with the freedom to flex your creative muscles but ultimately the...
  • Lieve Oma – Review

    Lieve Oma, which means Dear Grandma in Dutch, is developer Florian Veltman’s ode to his grandmother who, like for many of us, is an emotional anchor and pivotal figure in his upbringing and development. In Lieve Oma you play as a young girl who is brought to the woods...
  • Letter Quest: Grimm’s Journey Remastered – Review

    Letter Quest: Grimm’s Journey Remastered from Canadian developer Bacon Bandit Games takes the best traits of word games and turn-based RPGs and combines them to make an excellent and addictive game that’ll have your inner logophile rejoicing. Available since 2014 on PC and mobile, Letter Quest: Grimm’s Journey Remastered...