Posts Tagged ‘comedy’

Review: Party Hard 2

by Mazen Abdallahon November 7, 2018
Often, the objective of a game is to have as much fun as possible. GTA, Skyrim, Fallout, these games are all about letting you do all manner of crazy sandbox stuff. However, Party Hard was a game that was about the total opposite, namely stopping someone’s fun. The premise was fairly simple: it’s 3 AM […]

Review: The Low Road

by Mazen Abdallahon September 14, 2018
Ah, the spy game. Espionage, cloak and dagger, the whole lurking in the shadows deal. Well, actually that’s not always the case. Some spies are actually kind of boring, and they do most of their work using phones and cameras. The Low Road features this sort of spy. The Low Road opens with the bright […]

Review: Runner3

by Mazen Abdallahon May 29, 2018
The Bit.Trip series is one of the oldest and most noteworthy series in gaming, and it’s spawned a handful of unique, simple, and colorful games that mix bright colors and pixels with finger-crushing hardness. One of the titles, Bit.Trip Runner, spun off into its own series and now we have Runner3. Runner didn’t just spin […]


Review: Boo! Greedy Kid

by Mazen Abdallahon March 12, 2018
It’s tough to deal with kids sometimes, but it can be even tougher if the kids in question are spoiled little rugrats. That’s sorta the premise of Boo! Greedy Kid; you play as a snotty little devil who wants some money to buy some soda, and once you’re denied you decide that the best way […]

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: Zombie Night Terror

by Luciano Rahalon August 29, 2016
We have all been on the Zombie train revolution but is this fad over? Have we had enough of brain and flesh-eating monsters? It appears No Clip still has somethings in store for us with Zombie Night Terror. This new and very small developer based out of France has partnered with Gambitious Inc to create Zombie […]


Review: Headlander

by Febronia Armiaon August 16, 2016
Double Fine are a great studio, none of their games seem to be anything like the other, yet they consistently maintain pretty sweet standards. I’m a big fan of their stuff and Tim Schafer. I loved Brutal Legend, Grim Fandango, The Cave, Broken Age and basically anything I’ve tried for them. Then I heard about […]

Review: Road to Ballhalla

by Mazen Abdallahon August 9, 2016
Indie games can be broadly divided into a handful of categories: Walking simulators, roguelikes, retro pixelated puzzle platformers (try saying that five times fast) and twitch-reflex games that are ridiculously difficult. The latter category is also known as ‘masocore’ and it’s a category I’m actually very fond of. Maybe it’s the challenge, or maybe it’s […]

Preview: Beat Cop

by Luciano Rahalon August 5, 2016
Beat Cop takes you back to the 80’s and injects you directly into the life of police drama. Ever felt like being that cop in your favorite retro police show? Well now you can. Set in New York city, you are a beat cop patrolling the streets putting a stop to all crimes while potentially […]


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 […]