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    Arrog Review (PlayStation 4)

    ARROG REVIEW (PLAYSTATION 4)   Developer: LEAP Game Studios Publisher: Nakana.io Reviewed by: Lee Chesnalavage Arrog is a monochrome 2D puzzle game that’s like an artist’s sketchbook brought to life. With hand-drawn visuals, Arrog is a short series of experimental levels that tasks you with solving simple puzzles. As...
  • First Looks – When The Past Was Around

    Aadil takes a long look at “When the Past was Around”. A lovely adventure puzzle game that handles grief, with a beautiful aesthetic....
  • Puzzle Me This

    I have a confession to make. Writing articles for Out of Lives is not the only writing that I do. Crazy, I know. For years I’ve done some things here and there, privately, none of which have seen the light of day; 99% of which never, ever will. However,...
  • Playing Pode On My Own Made Me Feel Lonely

    Pode is a cute co-up puzzle game about a cube of stone and a fallen star teaming up to reach the top of a mountain-tree-thing. Each character has its own unique skills that when combined open the doors to some interesting physics-based riddles and gameplay. I previewed Pode at...
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    The Gardens Between Review (PlayStation 4)

    In a garden between two suburban houses two best friends are hanging out in their treehouse fortress when a storm hits, catapulting them into a dimension curated by their shared memories. Stranded on micro islands constructed from giant versions of their favourite things, Arina and Frendt must manipulate time...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Skyling: Garden Defense – Review

    Okay I’ll start off by saying that Skyling: Garden Defense isn’t a tower defence game; it’s an isometric maze puzzle game. Before you say it, developer Mighty Studios have admitted that their choice of nomenclature is slightly confusing. Whilst Skyling: Garden Defense may not be the next Plants vs....