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You Suck At Parking review: It’s all in the title

I love indie developers that dare to be fun. Not many of them are like that — some are as greedy or pragmatic as...

Tinykin review: The platformer you didn’t know you were waiting for

The Pikmin comparisons are writing themselves, so let’s get them out of the way early: yes, Tinykin does remind us a lot of the...

Blossom Tales II: The Minotaur Prince review: Unashamedly Zelda

The world of indie games is curious. Here we can find some of the more innovative video games of our time but also some...

The Company Man review: The Office of platformers?

Do you know how many 2D platformers I went through this year alone? A lot. For better or for worse, it has become the...

Lost in Play review — Whimsical homage to puzzle adventures of old

Point-and-click puzzle adventures tried to make a comeback but seemingly didn’t. Back in the 90s, the genre was prevalent, but now it’s rare to...

Autonauts review (Switch) — Robotics programming for everyone

Every time I see a city-building game, I get excited. I seldom play them for long but always want to try new ones, and...

Blast Brigade vs. The Evil Legion of Dr. Cread review: Retro throwback for Metroidvania fans

I wish I had come up with a better title, but I didn’t. Hey, if the developers can’t think of a better name for...

Kao the Kangaroo review (Switch): the 90s’ charm along with the 90s’ problems

2022 has been harsh to me — to many of us. Those are the times when escapism is especially therapeutic, and that’s why I...

Mini Motorways review for Nintendo Switch: I think I am addicted

Game addiction is not something I am very familiar with: as a reviewer, I can’t afford to be drawn into one game for weeks...

The Stanley Parable Ultra Deluxe review: Cult mind-bender got a massive update

You must’ve heard about The Stanley Parable. There’s no way you haven’t. Back in 2013 both press and the players were raving about the...