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Azazel February 13, 2015

So normally I’m all about the tea and crumpets. But in this game that’s all you ever get to eat. It’s just tea and crumpets. Every day. For your whole life. Now if my food analogy has got your mouth watering and your “I don’t understand what this review is about.” […]

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A Farewell to the King of Cubes

Max Linskey September 15, 2014

As everyone has probably heard, Mojang has been purchased by Microsoft for $2.5 billion, and that company founder Markus Person AKA Notch has bid farewell to the company. While a many gamer has voiced their opinion about the negative impact this could or does have, I turn your attention to […]


Indie Time With: Olympia Rising

Max Linskey April 28, 2014

Greek Mythology is a realm few games have entered (save for God of War and Age of Mythology), but with a Kickstarter gem that’s been funded called Olympia Rising, you have a chance to battle through a platformer that is aesthetically pleasing and challenging. Paleozoic is the developer heading this […]

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Check This Out! Hyper Light Drifter

Michael Kenney March 18, 2014

A new trailer for the Kickstarter the funded Hyper Light Drifter was released over this past weekend, and showcases the incredible visuals and music. The game’s developer, Heart Machine, mix of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past and Diablo. It sports a mixture of 8-bit and 16-bit visuals, […]

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Beautiful Indie Game Starbound Enters Beta

Brendan Lees December 4, 2013

This massive sandbox game by indie company Chucklefish, that highly resembles Terraria at first glance, has entered it’s long awaited Beta phase. This beautiful little game has been creeping out of the dark for some time now and already amassed a huge following. (Note: take the word “little” very lightly)