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Magicat Review: Catnip & Cantrips

Brandon Lyttle
Magicat follows the adventure of a magical cat seeking to reclaim a powerful crystal that has been stolen by a naughty monkey. Despite the cute aesthetic, players will find Magicat to be a challenging game. Each stage is separated into three rooms. Within each room is a red gem hidden......
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FAR: Lone Sails Review: A Bleak and Beautiful Journey

Billy Burk
FAR: Lone Sails is a work of art. Developed by Okomotive and published by Mixtvision, it was released just a couple months ago. It’s a side-scrolling adventure game where you play as this tiny androgynous figure in a raincoat, and your objective is to pilot and maintain your vehicle as......
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Garage: Bad Trip Review: A Visceral VHS Nightmare

Colton Butler
Garage: Bad Trip, the debut effort from developer Zombie Dynamics, is a unique look at a tried and true genre. Inspired by the 80s, Hotline Miami, and schlocky horror films, it takes all of its influences and manages to stand out just the same. Taking on the role of Butch,......
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Rising Dusk Review: Yokai Coin Mayhem

Ali Abdullah
Rising Dusk is a solo projected that was sucessfully funded via Kickstarter and blends interesting puzzle elements and level design with a generally fantastic soundtrack. The game revolves around the very interesting and fun concept of avoiding coins. These coins are used to either allow or block passage through areas. For example,......
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Super Turbo Demon Busters! Review: Right Click to Bust Demons

Jordyn Lee
From the developer Herocraft, Super Turbo Demon Busters is a fast-paced 2D action game that reignites the retro feel. Released on Steam in 2017, Super Turbo Demon Busters offers a refreshing view to the revival of retro games. The game not only resembles a retro title but also feels as......
PC Reviews

PC Building Simulator Review: Welcome to the Geek Squad

Colton Butler
Countless simulator-type games exist today, with their areas of simulation ranging from goats to truck driving across Europe. As last week taught us, even parking cops now have their own simulator. However, a new challenger has approached from the realm of PC repairs. PC Building Simulator never strays too far......
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