18/01/2019

⛴️💣 Sunless Sea - Zubmariner Edition - PS4 - Ten Minute Taster ⛴️💣 #GameDev

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⛴️💣"A murky set of waters are your playground as you scour fallen London in order to find adventure, fortune and Iceberg monsters on the Sunless Sea!"⛴️💣


17/01/2019

⚔️👿📕 Review: Book Of Demons "A love letter to classic Hack & Slash games" 📕👿⚔️ #GameDev @ThingTrunk

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The ARPG genre is one that is filled to the brim with numerous titles to choose from, making standing out from the pack very, very difficult.
Book of Demons manages to feel different through its tight, streamlined gameplay and unique visual approach but it ultimately remained a game that I appreciated more than enjoyed.

16/01/2019

⛳️ Golf Has Never Been So Much Fun - Episode 6: St Andrews - 1995 - SNES ⛳️ #Retrogaming

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🎮⛳️"Tee Off has never been so tough! Watch me struggle to get further than 2 yards off the tee while I play this Japanese Golf Game based on St Andrews"🎮⛳️

15/01/2019

💾 Britt Roberts: The Rambling Man "Disk 1 of Dungeon Quest is No More" 💾 #Retrogaming #C64

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This festive period has been marked for me by a distinct lack of reviewing due to buying a house and having to move over the New Year. 

With no Wi-Fi, I couldn’t download the indie gold sent to me by The Mighty Games Freezer and so I found myself retreating into the Kingdom of Carts Collection in these (quite literally) dark days. 

I thought I’d just write a bit of a rambling blog discussing what I’ve been up to and some thoughts that I’ve had, just to prove I’m still kicking around if anything!

14/01/2019

🏯 Review: Nairi Tower Of Shirin - "awesome for point n click fans of ALL ages" (Nintendo Switch) 🏯 #GameDev @HomeBearStudio

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Developer: Home Bear Studio
Format: Nintendo Switch

Nairi Tower Of Shirin boasts elegantly hand-drawn storybook style visuals which draw you into this charming point and click adventure and it leaves you hoping that a follow up to this video game will come soon!