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Phoenix Online is Going To The Stars

Adventures games are rarer and rarer these days so when one comes along, especially beautiful. indie and from a quality publisher I take notice. The debut game of Spanish developer Risin’ Goat, A Rite from the Stars is a fun and clever … Continue reading

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Mindjacking, Puzzle Solving, Pixel P & C Fun (DEMO style)

I just finished the demo for Technobabylon which you can get off their website or on STEAM: Official website: http://www.technobabylon-game.com/demo Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/371800/ It was one of the best p & c demos I’ve played yet.  It was an amazing teaser … Continue reading

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COGNITION: Looking through the chapters

Through three chapters the saga of Erica Reed, a paranormal detective in the series of COGNITION has grown in amazing ways. In episode three brand new developments to gameplay as well as story bring things to amazing climax which in … Continue reading

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Spelling Words, Making Magic. A Game Not To Miss!

I have never been good at word finders, and I actually not even really good at Scrabble. I miss those large scoring words, because even though I know them, the scrabble part of it always confuses me. Yet I play … Continue reading

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PRIMORDIA Review

What came first? Robots or Man? Was there even Man? Is Robot Man actually Man Robot? Can a Robot wear a Monocle? Can a machine have emotions? Is anyone above the law? Is the law truly the law? If you … Continue reading

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Another Post-Apocalyptic Point n’Click on it’s way (this is a good thing)

When I think of some of my favorite point n’ click adventures growing up and into my teen years , the list isn’t really that long. Yet one particular game is pretty high on the list and it’s hard to … Continue reading

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A batch of AGS totally worth more than the price!

Indie game bundles have been the craze for a short while. There’s been Humble Bundle, Indie Royle, Bundle-In-A-Box and the first AGS bundle last year AGS Bake Sale. AGS Bake Sale offered a ton of amazing exclusive games built in … Continue reading

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RESONANCE: Epic Retro Sci-Fi Mystery Does Much Good (some bad)

The best Science Fiction tends to have dubious characters of gray personalities, a terse semblance of what is truly right and wrong, awkward scientific concepts which aren’t exactly plausible and usually, but not always an ending which makes one think … Continue reading

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Walking Dead: The Game, Survival DRAMA! (instead of horror… get it?)

(the following review is dedicated to my friend, “Rhiannon” Miller) Life is full of choices. Which shirt do I wear? What should I have for lunch? What movie should I go to? Who should I save from the attacking zombies? … Continue reading

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Law & Order’s Legacy Continues in Interactive Format

I was twelve years old when Law & Order began its long run on NBC. The show didn’t really hit its stride till the late great Jerry Orbach joined the cast in the second season along with S. Epatha Merkeson … Continue reading

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