Sure this game may have you crawl around in the radioactive muck but it’s some damn good looking muck.
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Writing a review of Eador: Master of the Broken World (know henceforth as simply Eador) is a bit weird for me. This is because I’ve already reviewed it relatively recently in the form of Eador: Genesis. Eador (the subject of this review) and Eador: Genesis are essentially the same game, with the new Eador receiving …
Props to 3 Sprockets for following in the footsteps of Call of Duty perfectly. The sequel to Cubemen, Cubemen 2, has features that can be closely linked to the original. The game seems to stay so close to the original’s mechanics and gameplay that this hardly deserves to be its own game. That’s not to …
I’m sure purists will hate me for saying it, but I much prefer playing Rogue-likes with graphics. There’s something about piloting an ASCII character over a wasteland of punctuation and mathematical symbols that doesn’t quite do it for me. I do love the idea of the crazy, randomized world that those symbols represent and the …
That Dwarf Quest’s name bears resemblance to the famous early 90’s board game Hero Quest is no coincidence. I was reminded of playing a board game many times while descending this simplified dungeon crawler’s halls. Dwarf Quest is like playing a solitaire version of an entry-level table top dungeon crawler, from its basic presentation to …