Review: The Eyes of Ara

The Eyes of Ara by 100 Stones Interactive is one of those modern point & clicks who can’t decide whether to be in 2D or 3D, so it does both. I would have preferred it to be either a pure 2D adventure or a full 3D experience, but it is typical of the genre, so […]

Review: The Cat Lady

The Cat Lady by Harvester Games is a 2D point & click adventure puzzle game with a strong, mostly real-life, horror theme and was pretty damn good. It’s pretty dark and macabre too and deals with some heavier subjects like depression, suicide and, to some extent, psych ward abuse. As dark as it is, though, […]

Review: The Rodinia Project

The Rodinia Project by Aegon Games Ltd is a classic “throw moderately sized cubes at buttons” puzzle game taking place inside a large complex out in the middle of an endless ocean (let’s call it Mirovia 😉 ). The whole thing is almost like meditating on a series of abstract art pieces (which isn’t too […]

Review: Botanicula

Amanita Design is a pretty well established studio by now with titles like Machinarium, the Samorost series, Botanicula, and now also Chuchel, but this review will only be about Botanicula: If you don’t know what to expect, Amanita games are 2D point & clicks in a relaxed, imaginative setting and atmosphere with often very whimsical […]

Review: Niko: Through The Dream

Niko: Through The Dream by Studio Paint is a puzzle platformer about Niko, a young woman who, after some tragic events, goes out into the world in search of… something. This journey takes her through an abstract dream world. There are a lot of puzzles of all kinds: some classics, some platforming, some obstacle courses, […]

Review: Dream

Dream by HyperSloth is a first person exploration game where you play a guy trying to figure out what to do with his life. It’s apparently a pretty dull existence, but his dreams are far more vivid and exciting than his waking life, so he tends to want to sleep a lot, which might not […]