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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 […]
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Review: The Colonists

by Sara Basmaon November 2, 2018
The Colonists is a modern strategy game that takes place in the 21’st century where outrageous improvements have been made in the field of robotics. You play as self-aware printable- cute- robots who are fed up of serving humans and decide to colonize a habitable planet. It has a single-player, co-op, multiplayer and free to […]
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Review: This is the Police 2

by Nazih Fareson October 13, 2018
Halfway between an interactive novel and a management game, This Is the Police 2 continues in a way the story of police chief Jack Boyd now in Sharpwood right after the original game (reviewed here on the site) which came out in less than a year ago. Highly influenced by 1980’s detective stories, WeAppy Studio decided […]

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Review: Fall Of Light: Darkest Edition

by Luciano Rahalon September 18, 2018
I have been writing reviews for almost 2 years now and the journey has been great. You get to play doctor with a video game and analyze every frame of that title with the sole objective of getting a final diagnosis that you are content with. Sometimes, however, the diagnosis is not a pleasant one […]
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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 […]
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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 […]

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Review: Regular Human Basketball

by Mazen Abdallahon September 9, 2018
One of my favourite things about gaming is the fact that it brings us together. Gaming can be a very social experience, and games often unite us in that experience. We sit around the TV or meet up online and we tackle the objectives together. The co-op has always been a very big part of […]
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Review: The Spectrum Retreat

by Mazen Abdallahon August 20, 2018
When Portal dropped way back when even Valve had no idea it would be such a big hit. Most of the time if you’re in first-person in a game you’re wielding a gun, but Portal introduced us to the idea that you could be in first-person and do stuff that didn’t involve violence, like solve […]
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Review: The Banner Saga 3

by Nazih Fareson August 15, 2018
After the ending of The Banner Saga 2, I was left on a cliffhanger that got me insanely worried. You see, I’m not like most fans of Stoic Studios, as I didn’t play the game truly until it start coming out on the Nintendo Switch, mostly thanks to the portability of the device. And so […]

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Review: Aggelos

by Mazen Abdallahon August 8, 2018
Ah, the retro platformer. Once a mainstay of the indie world, it has now become much less common. Indie gaming has spread its wings and new tools like Unity enable smaller studios to make bigger and more elaborate (albeit fundamentally simple) games. Now, I’ve always regarded retro platformers with a measure of suspicion. I mean, […]