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...

Mini Metro Review

It may condemn me to be on the receiving end of a few funny looks to say that I find the following picture to be one of my favourite pieces of 20th-century artwork. As a student living in London, a poste...

Pony Island Review

If I could change one thing about my experience with Pony Island, it would be to go in even blinder than I did. Here’s your chance to do just that. Mentally delete any knowledge you may have gleaned and play it...

Cibele Review

Cibele, the latest game by Nina Freeman and Starmaid Games is, to put things gently, a hot mess. I went in wanting to be moved and impressed by this game and while it managed to be profoundly moving in a few mo...

Synchrom Review

When I started playing Synchrom, I was ready to write it off as another youtube-fodder rage game. But after a short period of time I found myself intensely immersed in the hypnotic rhythm of it, blasting beams ...

The Beginner’s Guide Review

The Stanley Parable has become something of a cultural phenomenon. Originally created as a mod in 2011 by Davey Wreden, it was a deconstruction of video games that used their inherent absurdity to subvert playe...