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State of Mind Game Review

Posted: September 2, 2018 at 5:13 pm   /   Adventure, Console Games, Indie game, PC Games, Reviews

A middle-aged man looks sadly out the window. Behind which a wall is pouring rain. The hero has lost his son and is looking for him. But his wife seems to have left him forever. Heavy Rain ? Yes, but behind the window the drones are transported by huge neon boards. Which broadcast news about the next […]

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We Happy Few Game

We Happy Few Game Review

Posted: August 29, 2018 at 6:37 pm   /   Console Games, Indie game, PC Games, Reviews

We Happy Few Game is divided into many small locations. And here there are no huge territories. Because of what compact levels turned out to be very atmospheric and memorable. follow us on facebook and like our page Each of them can run for a couple of minutes. But the developers have made sure that […]

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Review Haimrik

Posted: June 25, 2018 at 7:55 pm   /   Action, Adventure, Indie game, PC Games, Puzzle game, Reviews

The power of a word The fact is that in this world such books are endowed with magic – being inside them, on the pages, you can defeat dragons and solve problems. And then, in reality, it turns out that the fire-breathing lizards lie dead at your feet, and the problems have disappeared. This is […]

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Chuchel formula of excellent sentiment

Posted: April 30, 2018 at 9:29 am   /   Action, Casual Games, Indie game, Reviews

CHUCHEL REVIEW While somewhere far away in space, huge snags fly, a small black lump of wool in a red cap peacefully snuffles in his box. So begins Chuchel from the Czech studio Amanita Design, which gave us wonderful and, as they say, soul games: Samorost, Machinarium and Botanicula. Chuchel is the second game of Jaromir […]

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Frostpunk review another outstanding indie-hit for PC

Posted: April 27, 2018 at 2:45 pm   /   Construction and management simulation, Indie game, PC Games, Reviews, Survival Games

Frostpunk review 11 bit studios is widely known for its survival simulator in the war-torn city of This War of Mine, but I remembered it from Anomaly: Warzone Earth, a curious “tower defense on the contrary.” The studio’s portfolio is quite diverse, but there are fears that the audience will expect the same from Frostpunk as this […]

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American magical realism in all its glory

Posted: March 14, 2018 at 4:19 pm   /   Action RPG, Adventure, Indie game, PC Games, Reviews

 Where the water tastes like wine review In every country there are a lot of folk tales. Many of them are passed from mouth to mouth from time immemorial. Some – on the contrary, only the product of their time, the echo of the era. A product created under the influence of specific environmental conditions. But the […]

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Unturned devours all

Posted: December 18, 2017 at 4:36 pm   /   Action, Adventure, Indie game, Online Games, PC Games, Reviews, Survival Games

At first glance it is difficult to understand why so successful, but playing a little ‘and deepening its gestation are clear what are its strengths compared to direct competitors: great support from the developer, who has not been wrong so far a blow, and a terrifying technical side,   which allowed the addition of additional content […]

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Regalia Of Men and Monarchs is the Final Fantasy Tactics you do not expect

Posted: December 18, 2017 at 4:31 pm   /   Indie game, PC Games, Reviews, Strategy

Regalia Of Men and Monarchs tells the story of the young Kay (or whatever you want to call him), who in spite of himself finds himself a heir to a kingdom, with attached debts to be paid. The player’s goal is clear: to restore luster to Kay’s house and his possessions. Succeeding is another matter. The title of […]

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The End is Nigh

Posted: November 11, 2017 at 3:59 pm   /   Indie game, PC Games, Platform Games, Reviews

Obviously, because their videogames tend to have an amazing level of challenge , one that to the most veterans takes us back to the past and that allows young people to savor the honeys of what was the real challenge of interactive entertainment in the eighties.    Although also, and this is more important, because their works are […]

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Spelunker Party!

Posted: November 9, 2017 at 5:12 pm   /   Indie game, Platform Games, Reviews

Precisely the previous title of this saga, Spelunker World , serves as the basis to give life to Spelunker Party! , a title that despite its name has nothing to do with family games based on mini-games. Not at all. It is a 2D development platformer adventur   e that allows us to progress through a very simplified world map in the style […]

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