The Slaughter: Act One Review

Well… Here’s a game I wouldn’t shake a screwdriver at. The cocktail that is. When it comes to point and click adventures, darkness works. With a genre that features such simple gameplay, a strong narrati...

Tourist Review

It’s amazing how quickly games can be developed now. With the flood of toxic waste that some scam-artists try to sell on Steam, it’s easy to forget just how many good games are created by indie developers who s...

Dropsy Review

Indie developer Jay Tholen, backed by the highly praised publisher Devolver Digital, created an acid-soaked fever dream of a point-and-click adventure featuring the altogether lovable, if not terrifying, Dropsy...

The Dwarf Run Review

OK, let’s just cut to the chase. You’ve probably got things to do today. There’s no reason why I should force you to read through a long-winded summation of whether or not this is a good game. I can sum it up i...