Game Review

Biped Review - The Toughest Platformer on Two Legs

Biped

There’s been a surge of games this generation that purposefully make your job more difficult for the sake of offering unique gameplay mechanics. Games like Octodad and Surgeon Simulator come to mind, but Biped takes this to another level by sending you through relatively complex platforming and puzzles that you must navigate while controlling your legs independently of one another.

Snakeybus Review - The Neverending Bus

Snakeybus

I still fondly remember my Nokia phone that I had in the earlier days of cell phones before smartphones were a twinkle in their creator’s eye. The game that I always played on that blue, indestructible brick, was snake. It was simple, yet endlessly compelling in its challenge to see just how big you could make yourself before it all came crashing down.

A-Tech Cybernetic Review (VR) - Frankenstein’s VR Monster

A-Tech Cybernetic

I look back fondly on the days of the arcade. There was a place near to me (the name escapes me), that was filled with pinball machines, classic arcade cabinets, and of course, light gun shooters like Time Crisis and House of The Dead. It also doubled as a bar, so you always left smelling like cigarette smoke and booze, but it was worth it.

The Room VR: A Dark Matter Review - Through The Looking Glass

The Room VR: A Dark Matter

The Room (not the Tommy Wiseau movie) is a series of escape the room puzzle games that has usually been on either PC or mobile devices. I myself have the first three entries on my Android. A combination of mysterious environments, clever puzzles, and moody atmosphere has given the series a high pedigree among gamers (myself included).

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