Idioctopus Review

Idioctopus Review

Love Hurts  A lovestruck octopus, who just so happens to not have a brain, is hopelessly unable to reach their companion. Fear not, however, this octopus has a pretty decent replacement for a brain—a player! The concept is fairly simple; guide the Blue Octopus...
Super Pixel Smash Review

Super Pixel Smash Review

Virtual Reality Breakout Super Pixel Smash is yet another very basic-seeming VR sportsball game, in this case using said ball to smash blocks à la Atari classic Breakout. It’s perfectly functional, and I’ve had no problems trying to play it. It’s just so boring. This...
Satellite Repariman Review

Satellite Repariman Review

Needs A Videogame Repairman They say that you should never judge a book by its cover, but when you spend much of your time digging through Steam’s dung heap in search of gold nuggets, you do develop a certain baseline for what a game that could at all be worth...
Diluvion Review

Diluvion Review

Everything Is Not Better Under The Sea   Nothing is scarier than the unknown. When watching horror films many completely ruin any scares after showing the monster aside from cheap jump scares. I have a reoccurring dream where I’m falling underwater, be it...
Wells Review

Wells Review

Subpar Steampunk Shooting Wells sets out to take players on a steampunk sidescrolling shooter adventure. With some fun guns and an ammo system to keep players from just spraying shots all over the screen, it does provide some entertainment in its bright, old-timey...
Frequent Flyer Review

Frequent Flyer Review

Not enough leg room.  Frequent Flyer feels like LUFTRAUSERS on autopilot. It’s a mildly fun, somewhat demanding arcade shoot-em-up, but ultimately one which lacks scope or depth. The question of whether Frequent Flyer is worth your time depends on how much time you’re...