The puzzle game genre is always a fun one for me to dive into.  The concept of getting to see what crazy contraption someone’s mind has developed and trying to solve their work is thrilling to me.  Something about it is more enjoyable on average compared to going through a […]

On the 5th of February, developer Sometimes you introduced us to the world of 7th Sector. A dystopian, cyberpunk environment were darkness, oppression and machines reign supreme. Birthed from the mind of Unity developer Sergey Noskov, this title paints a picture of a ravaged Russian society. Within this, the player […]

AeternoBlade II is a special kind of bad. I have played games that are so mechanically busted that they shouldn’t even be sold. I have also played games that are so cringe-inducing that they’re enjoyable, in a very niche, comedically appealing way. AeternoBlade II falls in the middle of this […]

If it weren’t for the toy box-like music and storybook animation during the title screen, you might make assumptions about Figment from its opening sequence. You may assume that you are in for a harrowing dramatic adventure. But the whimsical aesthetic of a children’s book is exactly what Bedtime Digital […]

Vaporum is a steampunk dungeon crawler heavily inspired by games like Eye of the Beholder. The gameplay takes place on a tile system, that dictates how the player can move. Each step moves one tile at a time. This means if the player is trapped in a corner, there is […]

Challenges and How We Face Them A lot of what I love about playing video games are the challenges and obstacles that they force us to deal with. Whether these are combat, puzzles, or platforming, games present us with difficult tasks, and we must overcome them. In lots of instances, […]

They came to Slayaway Camp to have fun, to have a good time, away from it all. But instead… they got pecked, eviscerated, crushed by chocolate eggs, and stung to death by bees. Slayaway Camp: Butcher’s Cut, developed by Blue Wizard and published by Digerati, is a horror puzzle game […]

Release Date: December 1, 2016 (PC), September 12, 2017 (Xbox One, Playstation 4) Platform(s): Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, Playstation 4 Publisher: Finish Line Games Developer: Finish Line Games Genre: Adventure, Indie ESRB Rating: T MSRP: $19.99 From poor optimization to every puzzle solving itself, the only quality that Finish Line Games brings to Maize is their […]