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    Glyph Review (Switch)

    GLYPH REVIEW (SWITCH)   In this rolling puzzle platformer a robotic dung beetle called Anobi wakes Glyph up from a deep sleep to help aid it in finding the lost Temple City of Aaru. Buried under the sand by a corrupt machine, Glyph must restore the Temple of Aaru...
  • Tanked Up 263 – Ben’s been Snapped

    It’s just Lucy and Aadil this week, as Ben is a bit under the weather. Extensive pokemon snap chats, not to be confused with pokemon snapchat– which is just a series of filters, Pocket Watch, a duck timelooping indie, and the capitalist stock broker simulator The Invisible Hand. Lucy...
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    Deiland: Pocket Planet Review (Switch)

    DEILAND: POCKET PLANET REVIEW (SWITCH)   A crystal crash-lands on the minor planet Deiland, and out of that crystal comes Arco – a 10 year old boy who must defend the island’s fauna and flora from monsters. To survive on this tiny planet Arco must harvest crops, grow trees,...
  • First Looks – Nordlicht

    Join Aadil for a first (and total, whoops) look at the charming adventure games Nordlicht. Great visuals and a sweet, if somewhat predictable, storyline. Very good session game....
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    Monster Sanctuary Review (Switch)

    Over the Christmas period there wasn’t a game I played more than Monster Sanctuary. Putting my festive annual leave to good use, there was no better way to spend it than sinking countless hours into a JRPG-inspired monster-collecting adventure. Monster Sanctuary is a mash-up of platforming, fetch quests and...
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    Hidden Through Time Review (Switch)

    When I first heard about Hidden Through Time I was quite excited. Here was a game that was putting a spin on Where’s Wally, by sending you on journey through the ages to find hidden objects instead of the famous white-and-red evader. The idea of building your own maps...
  • 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...
  • 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...