Posts Tagged ‘Casual’

Review: Molecats

by Mazen Abdallahon September 14, 2018
Usually, puzzle games are very static affairs. You shuffle around pieces and try and get to the solution by figuring out how it all fits together. Otherwise, you have games like puzzle platformers, where you move around and try and interact with the pieces. Other times there’s a fun mix; a game where the parts […]

Review: Old Man’s Journey

by Nazih Fareson February 19, 2018
Developed by Broken Rules, Old Man’s Journey is an adventure-puzzle game that makes us live the journey of – you guessed it – an old man, after receiving a letter from an unknown person. Leaving his lonely house by the cliff, our protagonist grab his trekking backpack and walking stick, and sets on an adventure where […]

Review: The Darkside Detective

by Nazih Fareson February 18, 2018
Born during a Game Jam Project in November 2014, “The Darkside Detective” project took a mere 8 hours of development by Paul Conway and Christopher Colston, catching the attention of the indie media outlets, praising its potential. And so this admiration by the press incited the the team to go into production mode – under […]


Review: Brawlout

by Nazih Fareson December 21, 2017
As you will soon realize throughout this review, it is almost impossible to talk about Brawlout without talking about Super Smash Bros. Both visually and gameplay mechanics similar, Angry Mob Game’s title is almost identical to the Nintendo franchise – but with a few nice personal ideas, and a lot of grinding to enjoy it […]

Review: Poly Bridge

by Nazih Fareson August 3, 2016
Simulator games have almost done every single theme you could imagine of. City management with Sim City, Life management with The Sims, even goats (Goat Simulator) and all sorts of everyday jobs like Trucking and even Farming (Focus Entertainment known series that already released 15 sequels). Now comes the new kind of simulator, one that will manage […]