All Reviews


Legendary Gary Review

A game that manages much with a meager budget, Legendary Gary is one part adventure, one part RPG, and one part social scrutiny, mixed with satire. Blend in some strategic combat and you have a game that is as funny as it is poignant.


Marooners Review

At a time when it feels like Mario really does have the monopoly on group party games, M2H offer a brilliant little game which will undoubtedly have you scheming and laughing as you try and outdo your friends. It’s colorful and vibrant locations provide an interesting backdrop to the sheer carnage that ensues once the hooter sounds.


Aperion Cyberstorm Review

Aperion Cyberstorm might not wow you if you’re just looking at screenshots, but the intelligent design and precise gameplay shine when the game is in motion. It might lack some production quality and the gameplay will get repetitive at times, but Aperion Cyberstorm is a hidden gem that should not be missed.


Blood Waves Review

Early access can be a real headache, but every once in a while there’s a diamond in the rough to be found. Is Blood Waves one of those exceptions to the rule? Find out in our review at!


Trailmakers Review

I had a blast with Trailmakers and its LEGO-like building process, and its even better if played with friends. Barring some bugs that I kept running into, the game ran smooth and was an overall pleasant experience for me.


Treasure Adventure World Review

Treasure Adventure World is a jump back to the days of old-school puzzle platformers. Great platforming mechanics and interesting dungeons help this game shine bright, but weak combat leaves a lot to be desired. Overall, this is a great quick-fix game if you need some fast-paced platforming action.


OPUS: Rocket of Whispers Review

OPUS: Rocket of Whispers looks like a generic story-driven game. The reality is something far more engaging. The game play is diverse enough to maintain freshness, and an absolutely incredible ending justify the somewhat slow followup. This is a game I won’t easily forget.


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