Review: Fugue in Void

Fugue in Void by Moshe Link is a Brutalism-themed exploration game, and a journey through a world that is probably not the one that usually surrounds us, but a world that we surround ourselves. The developer describes it as the “perfect break from all those action packed games out there“, supposedly targeting those who prefer […]

Review: Lake Ridden

Lake Ridden by Midnight Hub is an exploration puzzle game with a light story. It starts out a little underwhelming as mostly a relaxing walk through the woods, but that will soon change and you’ll realize how amazingly put together the environments are: the attention to detail is great and everything looks fantastic — the […]

Review: Beckett

Beckett by The Secret Experiement is a game that warns you not to play it. It’s also such a lovely little game about life and love and the worms in your brain, eating away at your sanity. Hiding beneath that dark surface, which the game is so proudly sporting, there is a sensitive portrait of […]

Review: 0°N 0°W

Dude, where’s my car? 0°N 0°W by Colorfiction is a trip to a very special art gallery, found in a far off, deserted town. When you are ready to go home again, you’ve forgotten where you parked your car, so all you have to do now is get back to it — which turns out […]

Review: Aentity

Is this what we wake up to when we die? AENTITY by ARQUOIA is a tool for the aspiring artist — or for the artist in need of inspiration — but also a game with rules to learn and secrets to discover. It’s loosely based on a poem sent by John Keats to his brother, […]

Review: Impresja

Imagine being a curator at a museum of fine arts. It’s the day before the grand opening of a new exhibition, but you still haven’t finished hanging all the paintings and you are kind of panicking. The rooms of the museum keeps changing, looping, bending in on themselves. It’s just your imagination, though. Of course. […]

Review: Link Twin

Link Twin by Lorraine Studio is a delightful variant of sokoban in which you control two characters instead of one (they always move as one — even when separated), and the outer borders have been removed, so you can fall off the board, which means instant death and reset. There are also a couple of […]

Review: Solitune

Solitune by Rat King Entertainment is a short game about following your dreams and evolving. You control your character (whose nose has the same colour as her leggings) in 3rd person on her journey through a number of isometric offices. Each room offers another piece of the story told by the people you meet. I […]

Review: Haven Moon

Haven Moon, by sole developer Francois Roussel, was meant as an hommage to Myst (made by Cyan) and it clearly shows: as a Myst-like¹, and as a tribute, Haven Moon has all the required parts, so, as an old Myst fan, I enjoyed it, even if it had a few flaws. The different worlds you […]

Review: The Search

The Search by Jason Godbey is a classic point and click¹, in which you will paint your way past obstacles in search of your innermost, creative core, all whilst getting the story narrated to you via various notes, which you’ll find along the way, as well as comments from the main character. I really liked […]