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Bunhouse Review

We had two very different reactions to Bunhouse in our house.

Dreamland Solitaire Review

Dreamland Solitaire slightly overplays its hand in terms of number of levels, but generally it did everything we wanted from it and more.

The Adventures of Panzer: Legacy Collection Review

The Adventures of Panzer: Legacy Collection is a little scrappy on the gameplay front, which isn’t too dissimilar to the NES games that it’s emulating. But it’s also a hoot.

Doctor Cat Review

We lay down on Doctor Cat’s couch and found ourselves dozing off.

Toadomination Review

Toadomination mostly left us bemused.

Garden Life: A Cozy Simulator Review

Garden Life: A Cozy Simulator feels like a small flower that’s been given the best soil.

Birth Review

Birth, in all of its grotesque beauty, is an unholy delight. It’s a diorama, a series of scenes, that we could tinker with endlessly.

Aery – Stone Age Review

The Aery series has set a low bar for itself, and in aiming to perch on that bar, it screws the landing and ploughs headfirst into it. Squawk! - down it goes.

Argonauts Agency 4: Glove of Midas Review

Not everything that Argonauts Agency 4: Glove of Midas touches turns to gold, but the hand is at least capable of a soothing, cozy massage.

Boxville Review

Boxville may be a world of soggy cardboard boxes and rusty cans, but we found ourselves climbing right in.

Argonauts Agency 3: Chair of Hephaestus Review

Argonauts Agency 3: Chair of Hephaestus is the worst entry in the best series of 8floor resource-management games.

Pirate Bloopers Review

Pirate Bloopers is more-ish fun, until the more-ish becomes less-ish.

Choice of Life: Middle Ages 2 Review

You’d be hard-pushed to find a game as rammed with choices, and as deep as Choice of Life: Middle Ages 2

Super Snake Block DX Review

Snake Block DX might not be the most cerebral of entertainment, but for a couple of hours it has a grip that is hard to shake.

SHMUP Mania Review

SHMUP Mania has the most egregious use of ‘Mania’ in a title that we can recall.

Prisonela DX Review

The independent pieces of Prisonela DX are great. The fault lines appear in the translation to a roguelike.

Chemically Bonded Review

You could randomly pick pretty much any other visual novel and feel less tortured than we were in Chemically Bonded.

Irem Collection Volume 1 Review

We’d encourage you to get a ticket to Irem Collection Volume 1.

Exclusive Interview – Why It’s Happening and Yogscast Games want us to PlateUp!

We grabbed for the apron and sat down with the original developer behind PlateUp!, Alastair Janse van Rensburg, in hope of discovering more about the upcoming Xbox launch. 

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Bunhouse Review

We had two very different reactions to Bunhouse in our house.

Slave Zero X Review

Slave Zero X will certainly put a smile on the face of those who played the original in the late '90s, and oozes a distinct biopunk style.

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