Review: Aaru’s Awakening

The platformer genre comes in many shapes and sizes, especially in the indie space. Everything from meticulous puzzle centric titles to trial-and-error precision titles involving frequent dying. While we have a...

The Society of Play

Game development tends to be a solitary career path. Majority of the job is spent in front of a computer for hours on end, with inconsistent opportunities to interact with others either on team or otherwise. Th...
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Review – Camera Obscura

The puzzle platformer at times seems synonymous with indie games, as both have been incredibly complementary in their respective rises to relevance. Many smaller studios cut their teeth on the genre, as it is a...
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Review – The Asskickers

Side scrolling brawlers have always struggled to find a way to adapt to a world outside of the arcade. Initially designed around the concept of draining customers of their precious quarters, brawlers have large...