Zombillie Review: Snake Is Dead

Remember Snake? Yeah, he's dead. Thankfully, Forever Entertainment reanimated what was once a single screen pixel chaser, and Zombillie was resurrected. If Snake was the perfect game to quickly thumb through on your Nokia in 1997, Zombillie is worthy of the same title for Nintendo Switch in 2018. You don't play a puzzler for its... Continue Reading →

Indie VR Spotlight: Statik

Tarsier Studios' Little Nightmares has earned the company its rightful media attention, but behind the exposure, the group have been working on their first ever self-published indie VR title. The PSVR exclusive is set to release this Spring, and situates the player in a strange laboratory, facing an attentive scientist, with your hands locked in a puzzle... Continue Reading →

Review – Life Goes On: Done To Death

With a cutesy art style that juxtaposes its brutally heartless gameplay mechanic, Life Goes On: Done To Death explores everything the name suggests. Survival is pretty hardwired into the human brain, nearly (if not everything in some form or another) we do is geared toward this evolutionary need to just keep going. So playing Life Goes On:... Continue Reading →

Archive: Smash Hit iOS – Review

January 2015 Platform: iOS, Android Price: Free Developer: Mediocre AB It is a truth universally acknowledged that the best games to grace Apple products are the simplest, and Smash Hit is no exception. With its crisp graphics, sharp sound effects, and uncomplicated gameplay, it screams addiction. The premise of the game sees you travelling through... Continue Reading →

Powered by WordPress.com.

Up ↑