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Posts tagged Puzzle

By Nate Lakritz, 4 days ago

Protocol Review

Protocol is played in the style of a walking simulator, where instead of exploring a unique environment or experimenting with your surroundings sandbox-style, you essentially play as a slave. Gameplay consists of following a literal protocol and proceeding through a dangerous sci-fi landscape as a lab rat. One wrong move to contradict your A.I. overseer’s...

By Nate Lakritz, 2 weeks ago

Pocket Family Gets Revamped for Android Release

Pocket Family is a free simulation game where you design your dream house and interact with a virtual family. It’s been well received on the iOS App Store with a 4.3/5 rating and will be coming to Android soon. The Android version will revamp many of the game’s features and start off in Early Access....

By Nate Lakritz, 1 month ago

Happy Room Review

Every once in a while a person needs to blow off some steam after a long day’s work. Happy Room is the perfect stress reliever for these types of situations with its violent, sandbox-style gameplay. Developed by Mana Potion Studios, the game provides an infinite queue of ragdoll test dummies to dismember, torture, and experiment...

By Nate Lakritz, 2 months ago

Golf Peaks Review

Golf Peaks could easily be mistaken for a skill-based miniature golfing game. At a glance, it appears the player must carefully guide a golf ball around a floating island course without falling off. However, Golf Peaks is actually a tile-based puzzle game that requires a sharp mind rather than golfing skill. A unique card-based movement...

By Nate Lakritz, 4 months ago

Molecats Review

Upon first glance, Molecats looks like a children’s storybook turned video game. Its whimsical world is home to strange-looking creatures called Molecats, who enjoy exploring and collecting random household items. Much like Lemmings, they mindlessly walk in a straight line and react to their environment in various ways. As the player, your job is to...

By Thom van Tilburg, 5 months ago

Evergarden Review

Nathan Drake’s librarian cousin. As a puzzle-adventure game, Evergarden is the most soothing adventure I have been on in a long time. While this may disqualify it from being a true adventure game, it was something I absolutely loved. Its soothing presence feels refreshing not just for a game but in day-to-day life. Taking place...

By Ray D., 2 years ago

Neon Warp Review

Neon Warp is a minimalistic puzzle game developed by Axel Sonic. The goal of the game is to turn each of the different colored tiles to the same color. The levels can get pretty tough, and because this game is so fresh, there is a major shortage of walkthroughs available right now. You’re on your...

By Joshua L., 2 years ago

Hiiro Review

You know one thing I have noticed these days about stories? They are always really complex and confusing. Why can’t things ever be simple? It always goes something like — bad guy is not actually the bad guy but is a good guy who was manipulated by who you thought was the good guy who is actually...

By Nate Lakritz, 3 years ago

World of Guns: Gun Disassembly Review

If you like taking things apart you will love this awesome simulator game! With World of Guns: Gun Disassembly, you get to disassemble and reassemble various guns piece-by-piece and view the inner workings of each weapon. All the parts are very close replicas to their real life counterparts, and the fully built models function as...

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