Cleaversoft Makes Dragon Soup For a Unique EarthNight Experience

Earthnight

Call your game a runner and immediately one thinks of sleep deprived middle-aged men tapping away at their phones in the middle of a bus ride. Continue reading “Cleaversoft Makes Dragon Soup For a Unique EarthNight Experience”

Encased Now Has a Kickstarter, New Gameplay Details and a Spiral Staircase Called The Tower

Encased

The month of April, this year it was when we first took notice of Encased as the Fallout 1-2, Roadside Picnic inspired single player tactical RPG it imagined itself to be. There was at the time some very basic concept art, an even more conceptual description of its game-play features and some well-written lore on display. Continue reading “Encased Now Has a Kickstarter, New Gameplay Details and a Spiral Staircase Called The Tower”

CHOP Through Comics, Pizza, Beer And Friends Even if You Have None

CHOP

Claws Up Games gets unnecessarily technical in describing CHOP, stating that it offers a strategic dimension to deeply intense game-play that will test your skill, pizza and beer supply. Continue reading “CHOP Through Comics, Pizza, Beer And Friends Even if You Have None”

How Many Meeples Make Your Meeple Station?

Meeple Station

I suppose when you’re attempting to combine the steady pace of a Real-Time Strategy fling with the brain gymnastics of the Simulation genre, creating new species of funny characters for your game turns into a sort of mandate. Continue reading “How Many Meeples Make Your Meeple Station?”

Join Trap Labs for a Nintanbruh Flip and Free Chocolate Cake

Trap Labs

‘Twas 2017 when Trap Labs surfaced on Steam Greenlight as an online multiplayer platformer inspired by a category of user made content for the original Starcraft. Continue reading “Join Trap Labs for a Nintanbruh Flip and Free Chocolate Cake”

ELEA’s Out To Recover The Pilgrimage

ELEA

2093 and a chronic neurological condition has turned the world’s youth into psychopaths. I suspect it has something to do with their cellphones but nevertheless, it’s turned into a problem of such massive proportions that living on Earth is no longer an option. Continue reading “ELEA’s Out To Recover The Pilgrimage”

Humanity’s Being Reset and You, Overly Optimistic Bard, Need a new Wandersong

Wandersong

Bicycling 5K miles over 5 months across the United States should leave anyone knackered for a good while but not Greg Lobanov. In fact, the Philadelphian game designer with an affinity for the colorful and whimsical went ahead and made a full game to summarize the trip. Continue reading “Humanity’s Being Reset and You, Overly Optimistic Bard, Need a new Wandersong”

Mana Spark is Prepped For a September 27th, DEEP COMBAT Experience

It’s been over two years since Nick first previewed Mana Spark. Sure you still have plenty of dungeon exploration to commit to and it still is an action-roguelike RPG, but other than that the game seems all the more certain of what it wants to deliver. Continue reading “Mana Spark is Prepped For a September 27th, DEEP COMBAT Experience”

YIIK Misses Summer ’99 Launch, Releases Free Episode Prime

Yik RPG

I’m not a Japanese-style RPG enthusiast; in fact, I don’t think I’ve been anywhere near a JRPG and I’m pretty sure Pokémon doesn’t count. That I’ve decided to devote an entire article to YIIK: A Postmodern RPG then must mean I’m genuinely interested. Continue reading “YIIK Misses Summer ’99 Launch, Releases Free Episode Prime”

Vibhinn Goes After Some Fireflies With a Pew-Pew Gun

Fireflies

A game where you’ll mostly be opening drawers, doors and inspecting their contents. Possibly also running away from an anonymous pursuer and staring at some flies in the middle of a garden. Continue reading “Vibhinn Goes After Some Fireflies With a Pew-Pew Gun”

Monsters Confirms Apocalypse Cow is Still Happening, Blames Radio Silence on Story Rewrite

Apocalypse Cow

Winter 2017 was when Apocalypse Cow’s Steam page went live, describing itself as a Tarantino produced Pixar animated film. That means mayhem; absurd gunfights, slow-mo fireworks, rapidly erratic character dialogues and Samuel L. Jackson. Continue reading “Monsters Confirms Apocalypse Cow is Still Happening, Blames Radio Silence on Story Rewrite”

Do You Talk A Lot? Gataela Could Use Your Help

Gaetala

I’ve hated debates with a vengeance and so when this Victorian Steampunk RPG features a debate battle system at its crux, I’m slightly intimidated. It also requires you to talk a lot which can be an issue for the introverted. Continue reading “Do You Talk A Lot? Gataela Could Use Your Help”

Infected Shelter Takes Frustrated GameDevs From Gardening to Post-Apoc Murder

I’m not entirely sure these kids should be anywhere near Infected Shelter in the first place. Continue reading “Infected Shelter Takes Frustrated GameDevs From Gardening to Post-Apoc Murder”