Preview: Goblins of Elderstone (Steam)

Introduction Survival strategy is truly an up-and-coming subgenre which blossomed in recent years. At the specific request of its developer, I shall initially post this a preview for Goblins of Elderstone. This means that I shall offer constructive criticism without…

Review: Starship Corporation (Steam)

Introduction Did you ever think managing a virtual factory just wasn’t enough? I sure have, in spite of the countless economic and industrial simulations that I have played and reviewed for the past couple of years. As a Sci-Fi fan…

Review: InnerSpace (Steam)

Introduction The sky is the limit! Or not, since peaceful flight simulations have long since branched out and wisely threw some fantastical themes into the mix. InnerSpace is following in the footsteps of several indie games on Steam which focus…

Review: SpellForce 3 (Steam)

Introduction SpellForce 3 has been a long awaited sequel to many fans of the titular series and genre hybrid, which has mixed strategy and role playing so well, that I’m willing to regard it as a spiritual successor to Warcraft.…

Review: INFRA (Steam)

Introduction Too long has passed since a video game was worthy of my “Wait, there’s more?!?” custom achievement and recognition. In fact, 2009’s Wolfenstein (shamefully and inexplicably withdrawn from Steam and other digital distribution platforms) was among the last that…

Review: Bottle: Pilgrim (Steam)

Introduction Bottle: Pilgrim has been a difficult experience for me to handle. That’s not to say that the game is at fault in any way. The subject it treats is very delicate and I knew that it was just a…

Review: Seven: The Days Long Gone (Steam)

Introduction Seven: The Days Long Gone has managed to impress me with its dystopian sandbox structure and stealth gameplay mechanics. It’s been too long since I’ve played such a hybrid of themes and genres. As the Steam debut of Fool’s…

Review: The Mummy Demastered (Switch)

Even though Kickstarter is where many indie developers have been finding their kicks, Wayforward still has a knack for creating games with licenses attached to them. What I didn’t see coming was the source material they found themselves using for…

Preview: Animallica (Steam Early Access)

Introduction Survival/crafting simulators are a hybrid genre in which I had next to no contact or experience, prior to my Steam endeavors. I still managed to hit the ground running and like a classy piece of moldy cheese, it was…

Review: AER Memories of Old (Steam)

Introduction What happens if you mix peaceful exploration like in ABZÛ with a large pixel, minimalist style? You get AER Memories of Old. The Steam debut for developer, Forgotten Key and an enjoyable experience for gamers of all ages. Daedalic…