Strikey Sisters Review

Strikey Sisters Review

Magical Brick Breaking Fun Cute witches with some neat powers inject some added danger and fun into the block breaker genre with Strikey Sisters. With swiping attacks that give better ball control, enemies to keep you busy as the ball does its work on the upper...
Perception Review

Perception Review

Are You Afraid Of The Dark? Being a blind woman in a haunted house should be terrifying. That darkness won’t go away just because you shine a flashlight on something. You are hopelessly mired in murk, only able to tell what is around you by the hot breath on the back...
Flinthook Review

Flinthook Review

Couldn’t Get Hooked If you still haven’t gotten around to watching Flinthook’s intro, I highly recommend you do so now. It’s a beautiful piece of sprite art, a cinematic that will remind the older among you of some of the best 90s cartoons, and which perfectly sets...
The Crow’s Eye Review

The Crow’s Eye Review

Myst Meets Amnesia: The Dark Descent At risk of sounding like a crotchety old lady, horror games just aren’t what they used to be. Too often, games like Five Nights at Freddy’s (and its many clones) rely on cheap jumpscares to thrill players. I had been...
Styx: Shards of Darkness

Styx: Shards of Darkness

Goblins and Elves and Dwarves, oh my! I will be entirely frank with you all. I absolutely loved the first Styx game. It was dark, well put together, and generally had an uncouth air that poked fun at most tropes of high fantasy games all the while having a serious...