Category: General

Zoomaka: Review

  Today, Fairway is a budding zoo entrepreneur trying to complete the most amazing zoo. That’s right! Step right up and see how Fairway does in this review of Zoomaka. Zoomaka is a two- to five-player set-collection, card game in which players attempt to collect the right combination of animals to complete their zoo. Initial Impressions […]

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Floatlands… A lowpoly pleasure!

Floatlands is the indie first-person survival genre at its very best. From the hugely talented team over at 6Pills Games in Slovenia. Floatlands is showing No Man’s Sky how it should be done! With a singleplayer mode available at release and multiplayer to arrive after launch, Floatlands see’s you take control of a robot protagonist in what appears to be […]

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Paratopic: The Definitive Cut review

  Cough syrup makes you drowsy… It’s 1996 and you’re fuzzing through the channels of your television receiver, trying to find something different and distant in the static. An image spasms into life through shrieks of broken sound glowing in the dark like a glass doorway to another world. A man is being detained – […]

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Graveyard Keeper – Three tips for Beginners

Graveyard Keeper has been an exciting experience so far. I was drawn in by its gorgeous pixel art aesthetic and the promise of managing my cemetery, but like any wary gamer, I didn’t let myself get buoyed by the hype. Fortunately, the game has proved to be a pleasant surprise. I enjoy management sims, even […]

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INSOMNIA: The Ark gets September release date

Eight years in the making. Get your rifles ready: Publisher HeroCraft and developer Studio Mono have announced that their 8-year project INSOMNIA: The Ark, will launch for PC via Steam on 27th of September. This labour-of-love RPG has been the passion project of ten-person Studio Mono in Samara, Russia. It will feature more than 60 hours […]

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Alice mare

The Cheshire Cat appears before you, making snide comments and mocking you as you go. “Alice,” he keeps calling you, as he does to everyone, because all people are the same to him. You dismiss his nonsense and he disappears, with the inevitable promise of coming back to harass you later. You turn your focus […]

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A Technical Insight into Spider-Man

The researchers highlight the exceptionally high level of detail, superb texture work, reflections and clever use of subsurface scattering. They’ve also compared the videos, which were released before the game was released, and the footage from the final commercial build. They believe that the texture resolution is relatively the same, but the main change comes […]

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