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Salt Review: A Sweet High Seas Adventure

author image by Michael Woodall | Reviews | 0 Comments | 18 Mar 2018

Salt is an open world adventure and survival game published by Lavaboots Studios and saw a full release on February 6th, 2018. I can’t get enough of adventure games, so I had to try this one out. Salt drops you…

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One Strike Review: One to Rule Them All

author image by Tristan Fite | Reviews | 0 Comments | 10 Mar 2018

One Strike is a 2D game developed by Retro Reactor that was released on November 3rd, 2017. It’s an arcade fighter with few inputs: attack, dodge, defend. However, this compliments the one strike kill mechanics for the better. If you’re…

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Radar Warfare Review: Radio Silence

author image by Brigham Pratt | Reviews | 0 Comments | 19 Feb 2018

As a seasoned veteran of the brutal bullet-hell genre and “twitchy” gameplay, Radar Warfare was a title that I had to get my hands on and try out. Games such as Super Hexagon and Sound Dodger provided me tens of…

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Debris Review: Out of Energy

author image by williamsattelberg | Reviews | 0 Comments | 05 Feb 2018

Perhaps it says something about us as a culture that underwater horror has remained so relevant for nearly a century and a half. From 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, first published in 1870, to James Cameron’s The Abyss in 1989,…

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Interstellar Transport Company Review: Time is Money

author image by Colton Butler | Reviews | 0 Comments | 31 Jan 2018

I often play most games by rushing straight in, without regard for the situation at hand. Naturally, this can make things quite tricky, and in a tycoon game such as Interstellar Transport Company, that was not how I should have begun….

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spaceBOUND Review: In Space, No One Can Hear You Throw a Controller

author image by Colton Butler | Reviews | 0 Comments | 12 Nov 2017

The title of this piece may seem negative, but do not let it dissuade you. Though difficult, spaceBOUND is without a doubt one of the most refreshing, rewarding puzzle-platforming games I have played in some time. What’s more, is you do not…

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Ogre Review: Tactical Tabletop Warfare

author image by Colton Butler | Reviews | 0 Comments | 30 Oct 2017

I will be the first to admit that I am awful at tabletop games. The more complicated they are, the worse I become. My performance in Ogre is a testament to my lack of skills, though I could tell early on that it has…

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Firewood Review: A Creepy Descent into Madness

author image by Colton Butler | Reviews | 0 Comments | 20 Oct 2017

I went into Firewood with little to no idea of what it was about. After having played the game, I would recommend this method to those who are interested. Firewood is a dark, mysterious adventure that is best experienced with new eyes….

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Riptale Review: Rip And Tear Your Way To Victory

author image by Travis LeFevre | Reviews | 0 Comments | 16 Oct 2017

Roguelikes are a blast to play. They are one of my favorite subgenres and after playing Riptale, I can say that it is a welcome addition to my collection. Riptale is a 2d roguelike experience like nothing else I’ve seen in recent years….

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Assassination Station Review: Goblins Beware

author image by Colton Butler | Reviews | 0 Comments | 10 Oct 2017

Players beware, too — Assassination Station is a fast and unforgiving game. Though you may die many-a-time, you will have a great time doing it. You are given a gun and the power to teleport with a goal to kill a number…

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