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Mayan Death Robots Preview

by Michael Thomas Elliott - on May 21st 2015 - No Comments
Mayan Death Robots

Mayan Death Robots is a game derived from passion, immaturity and fun couch-play ideals. Built on a small but powerful genre, Mayan Death Robots follows the examples of Tanks and Worms, but brings unique features and style. ...

Phantasmal Steam Early Access Preview

by Cody Scaggs - on May 12th 2015 - No Comments
Phantasmal City of Darkness Preview

Eyemobi is a developer that I hadn’t heard much about before researching Phantasmal: City of Darkness. I hadn’t heard of them because the previous games in their portfolio weren’t really games that I would be interested in, but anyone who knows me knows that I thoroughly enjoy the survival horror genre. Couple that with procedurally...

Nevermind Preview: Psychological Horror on Steam Early Access

by Cody Scaggs - on Apr 7th 2015 - No Comments
NeverMind Game Preview

When you start Nevermind you are showing up to work as the center’s newest Neuroprober, a person that enters a patient’s subconscious. ...

Victor Vran Early Access Impressions

by Michael Thomas Elliott - on Apr 2nd 2015 - No Comments

Victor Vran is a stylish isometric, action-RPG that’s recently been released on Steam’s Early Access program. ...

Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure – GDC Preview

by Austin Paul Adamson - on Mar 24th 2015 - No Comments

Don’t be mislead by the cutely designed characters, Gurumin is a serious, 35 hour RPG with some very interesting combat mechanics. ...

Screencheat – Hands On At GDC

by Austin Paul Adamson - on Mar 13th 2015 - No Comments


Screencheat takes what some would call a problem of split screen multiplayer and turns it into the main feature.


Knight Squad – Hands On at GDC

by Austin Paul Adamson - on Mar 6th 2015 - No Comments

Knight Squad from Chainsawesome Games borrows from both Bomberman and Gauntlet to deliver hectic eight player madness. ...

Adventures of Pip – Hands On Preview

by Michael Thomas Elliott - on Mar 5th 2015 - No Comments

Games like Adventures of Pip are why I have faith in kickstarter. I was one of the fortunate few to get my hands on an early playable build of the game and let me tell you, it was pretty darn fun. Adventures of Pip has a nifty little story, revolving around a magical land where pixels mean power, and the wealthier are much more detailed...

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