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There have been many past release games that were based on the Roman Empire either from RPG to Massive Real-Time Strategy games, but what Logic Artists deliver for Expeditions: Rome really top it with their tactical ...


8.5 Silicon City Where your Dream Cit...

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Ever Wonder when you wake up in the morning, after getting a cup of coffee and as soon as you are ready to start the day, you look outside and wonder who the architecture is who design this amazing city I am living ...


8.0 Dice Legacy

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Dice Legacy a challenging beautiful game that is about making tough and important decisions that will be the determine the fate of your realm by a roll of a dice before the harsh winter comes. What awaits in this ...


8.5 The Darkside Detective Stadia

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Detective Francis McQueen is the lead investigator in the Darkside division Twin Lakes City. Along with his funny sidekick, Officer Dooley, he gets ready to take on crime. Darkside Detective features nine unique ...


7.0 Disjunction

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Disjunction is a top-down, stealth-action RPG set in 2048 New York, where everything's gone a bit cyberpunk.


9.0 Megaquarium: Freshwater Frenzy DL...

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Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the water - Megaquarium's Freshwater Frenzy DLC is ready to take a serious bite out of your free time! Released in Fall 2018, Megaquarium is a wonderfully delightful ...



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Developed and published by indie-developer OhNoo Studio, TSIOQUE is a 2D point-and-click adventure game that has been on my wishlist for a while now. So, when I was offered the chance to play and review the game, I ...


9.0 The Colonists

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Released late last month, The Colonists is a casual city builder from the one-man, UK-based indie developer Codebyfire. Inspired by classic games such as The Settlers and the Anno series, The Colonists adds some ...


8.0 Between The Stars Demo

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Two-man indie developer out of Spain, Isolated Games, has begun an enormous undertaking. They are in the process of developing Between The Stars, an open-world space-themed action RPG with roguelike elements. If you ...


8.0 Megaquarium

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Released earlier this week, Megaquarium is the latest game to come from Twice Circled, the one-man developer responsible for the construction-puzzler indie hit Big Pharma. Those who have played Big Pharma will ...


8.0 Corpse Party

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What do you get when you mix teenagers with complicated relationships, terrible earthquakes, and a strange 'friendship' spell ritual? If you're thinking this sounds like the plot of a bad teen horror movie, you are ...


9.0 Layers of Fear

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ayers of Fear (a perfect pun of a title) invites players to see the world through the mind of a talented but tormented painter as he navigates his abandoned house and his own guilty conscience. The game, published ...


6.5 Zombie Vikings

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A perfect game to play with a group of friends, the newly released Zombie Vikings is a visual treat that offers an exciting setting in which to beat the crap out of enemies (and your friends!). The protagonists of ...


5.5 Corpse of Discovery

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Alone and helpless, abandoned in space with only one clear mission – return to Earth. This is the mindset we enter controlling the silent protagonist of Phosphor Games’ new title, Corpse of Discovery. Released in ...


9.0 Submerged

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Occasionally games will take a break from the typical structures of crafting, battling, and leveling, games to present a softer, more idealistic approach to gameplay. Games like this have started to have much, much ...


7.0 Legends of Eisenwald

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Eisenwald is a magical medieval world that is filled to the brim with those searching for power and status. Exploring that world through quests driven by motivations of status and money, players of the newly ...


6.5 Dreamfall Chapters: Book 3

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Now roughly halfway through the Dreamfall Chapters book releases, fans are undoubtedly starting to feel a mixture of excitement and, of course, sadness. While the storyline is finally nearing its climax and larger ...


6.5 The Charnel House Trilogy

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Death, loss, fear, and hatred are all emotions that surround the dark and unforgiving world portrayed in The Charnel House Trilogy. A 2D point and click adventure with a retro look, Charnel House has the charm of a ...


7.0 Spirits of Xanadu

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Xanadu is an abandoned space ship littered with blood trails, cryptic audio logs, murderous robots, and intense mystery surrounding the events that have taken place there. Originally a research ship orbiting a ...


7.0 Dreamfall Chapters: Book 2

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After a short and unexpected delay, the second book of the game Dreamfall Chapters: The Longest Journey was released this March. Book One: Reborn, released back in October of last year was the first release for the ...


7.0 Overture

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Recently action-adventure rogue-like games have made a huge comeback. With notable successes recently such as The Binding of Isaac and Nuclear Throne, this game-type is seeing resurgence. The most recent in the line ...


9.0 Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons

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Immediately upon starting Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, you are thrown right into the life of nave and gentle young Naie, who has been plagued with guilt since witnessing his mothers drowning while helplessly ...


7.0 Deathtrap

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The combination of wit and traps are the only way to stop the flood of monsters that are breaching our world. The job of guarding against these beasts is a rough one, but these defenders are the worlds only hope. ...


5.0 Global Outbreak Doomsday Edition

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Global Outbreak Doomsday Edition is another mobile port that was free for phones and tablets, but now you can pay real money for the privilege of having it on your PC. At least it’s much better than most mobile ...


5.5 Frontline: Road to Moscow

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Dozens of overpriced mobile ports get released on Steam every month. Frontline: Road to Moscow is no different. The game was originally available on the Appstore in July before being ported to PC. The game is a ...


7.0 Whispering Willows

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There is no combat to speak of in Whispering Willows; its more the element of avoidance and timing in the presence of enemies. There are few enemies, but they do occasionally turn up and are frankly one of the most ...


5.0 Monochroma

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I think it’s very important to start off this review of the new indie puzzle game Monochroma by highlighting that the entirety of the game is only about two hours long at most. The reason I begin with this statement ...


8.0 Race the Sun

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In Race The Sun players control a fast-moving hovercaft that speeds through an endless landscape of abstract geometric objects. Enormous cubes, cones, and walls fill the world as the player hurtles ever forwards ...


6.5 Outlast

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It's a bit odd that the Resident Evil games have become synonymous with Survival Horror. After all, they're about heavily-armed police officers who kill zombies by the hundreds. Real fear comes from facing an army ...


8.5 Splatter

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These days, it seems like everyone is trying to breathe new life into the zombie genre. Most developers are looking for the angle that nobody has done before, trying to make zombies terrifying all over again and ...


9.0 Papers Please

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While many indie developers are attempting to make old genres relevant again, there are those that are trying to create new ones. One such dev is Lucas Pope, with his latest game, Papers, Please, being labeled as "A ...


7.5 Monaco What’s Yours Is Mine

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Three things in this world are certain: death, taxes, and stealth missions in video games. Some games include stealth missions for variety or back-of-box feature lists, and others include them as an alternative to ...


9.0 Gunpoint

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What happens when you blend a puzzle game with adventure and stealth elements, a pinch of comedy, and a dose of noir? The answer is Gunpoint, a unique indie game that is impossible to be tied down to a single genre. ...


8.5 The Pit MindGames DLC

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Mind Games is a DLC that adds a slew of new content to Sword of the Stars: The Pit. It includes new levels, new weapons, new items, and new enemies. But, the most exciting addition is the psionic powers, along with ...


7.5 Leisure Suit Larry Reloaded

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Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards is perhaps Sierra's most notorious adventure game. While it's not as crafted as their later work, creator Al Lowe managed to make it and its sequels cult classics ...


7.0 Knights of Pen and Paper +1

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Knights of Pen and Paper is a game designed to take you back to a time when a group of likely slightly smelly individuals would sit around a table, getting engrossed in a story of their own creation. By lovingly ...


7.5 Title Bout Championship Boxing 20...

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Since releasing Title Bout Championship Boxing 2.5 back in 2008, the boxing simulation series has laid dormant, as Out of the Park Developments shifted their focus full-time to their baseball management sim, finally ...


8.5 The Swapper

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Facepalm Games is a small developer that's had some buzz surrounding them ever since they debuted The Swapper a couple of years ago. Since then, the game has received plenty of accolades and awards in the indie ...


8.0 Skyward Collapse

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How can God be omnipotent and benevolent yet the world be filled with constant war and unending suffering? Perhaps there is a greater god out there who wants nothing more than to sit back and watch as humanity wages ...


8.0 Fez

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Fez was a long time coming, and even longer if you didn't own an PC. Although it was discussed, at length for many years, legal and personal problems constantly delayed the original 360 version and Fish's outspoken ...


6.5 Curse of Nordic Cove

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The Curse of Nordic Cove is an unabashed indie game. The graphics are primitive, the controls are frustrating, it is filled with “What the hell am I supposed to do NOW?” moments, and much of the time the damned ...


4.0 Bad Bots

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Another day, another indie side-scrolling shooter. They seem to be a dime a dozen currently, but that's OK since they serve a purpose – fast entertainment on the cheap. Point 5 Projects' Bad Bots is another 2D ...


8.5 Papo & Yo

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Papo & Yo is a puzzler platformer, but only on the most superficial level. Players do push blocks around and jump over things, but Papo & Yo will also force players to wrestle with emotional issues like childhood ...


7.0 Masters of the World

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If you’ve ever looked through the papers, hoping to find a shred of explanation as to why politicians act the way they do, knowing full well that you could do a far better job, Masters of the World is for you. It’s ...


7.5 The Showdown Effect

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Action movies in the eighties were simple. There were two sides – good and evil. A large muscled man (quite often with only the smallest grasp of the English language, and I’m not just talking about Arnie) would ...


9.0 The Bridge

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When Braid hit the Xbox, it was a wake up call to indie developers. Smart and simple games could flourish in this new generation of high-powered graphics. The Bridge is an indie 2D puzzle game where players control ...


8.0 Strike Suit Zero

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The space shooter genre is relatively uncommon these days. In the 90s and early 2000s, though, they were a dime a dozen. These games were a staple in any PC gamers collection and recently there has been some minor ...


8.5 Hotline Miami

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Hotline Miami is an interesting indie title that was released in late 2012. The gritty game has received numerous awards and accolades, particularly for its soundtrack and gameplay. I've logged many hours playing ...


7.5 Rush Bros

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When Super Mario Bros. arrived, beating the game was a source of pride for most players. Those with poor reflexes or a low threshold for frustration would fizzle out before finally finding the right castle and ...


8.0 The Binding of Isaac

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The Binding of Isaac is a 2D indie game, and is, without much of a doubt, near the top of its respective market. The game is based on the biblical story of the same name, in which a little boy called Isaac flees ...