I’ve never really wondered before what would happen if Minecraft and Tetris had a baby. Now that I think about it, the result would probably be rather blocky.
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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 …
The majority of the time playing Antichamber you will feel one of two things. Either an elated feeling of supreme intelligence as the solution to one the games many lateral thinking based puzzles slowly dawns on you. Or, a feeling of severe bewilderment as you aimlessly wander the game’s hyper colored halls without any idea …
We take a quick manic look at one of last year’s Ludlum Dare finalists
2012 was a big year for the action RPG and Drox Operative warp-drived into existence at the very last minute to be part of it. Don’t allow your click-weary, loot collecting index finger to let you down because it thinks you have already had your fill of ARPG’s this year. I can assure you Drox …
Thomas was alone, but not for very long. He’s almost instantly joined by a merry band of different colored rectangles all with different relationships to physics. As for the game its self, Thomas was Alone was never truly alone as the indie puzzle platformer is a rather crowded genre at the moment. There’s also no …
Frozen Hearth seemed like a game right up my alley; a scaled back fantasy RTS with a focus on smaller armies and experience gathering, leveling up heroes. You can even buy items for your heroes and equip them, just like in an RPG! There’s nothing I like more than RPG elements creeping into other genres …