The aptly named Clustertruck by Landfall Games is a 3D physics platformer where you must navigate dangerous levels while only being able to touch the white trucks.
If you have caught any of the games media’s Conan Exiles coverage over the past few weeks you would be mistaken for thinking that there wasn’t much to it, other than cock lengthening and…
The Runs I’ve taken a well-deserved hiatus from writing recently to settle into my day job, enjoy time with friends and family, and to play more Counter Strike than is healthy. The stresses of…
Swap that pick-axe for a shotgun and fall in line soldier, for what’s sure to be an out of this world space opera of epic proportions.
Chef Solitaire USA consistently surprised me with its attention to detail, and its ability to create fun scenarios based on its theme.
There’s something wonderful about Lovely Weather We’re Having, by Julian Glander. Maybe it has something to do with the bright pastel colours, off-the-wall characters and adorable little pug that faithfully follows you wherever you…
If ever there was a video game with which to enjoy a nice, warming cup of tea, it’s Three Fourths Home.
This game is a product of the “me-too” generation, where no marketplace can be too overcrowded. It’s a quick cash-in farted out in a couple of days and then shat out on the Steam storefront. For the love of God, don’t buy it.
Moorhead’s depiction of Neo Tokyo is striking. It’s a world where human life and robots are at an intersection. For every human living life and consuming autonomously, there’s a machine reaching sentience and becoming aware of itself.
Whether it’s the flawless weaving, and entrancing soundtrack from Duet, or the sophisticated, blacked out levels of Thomas Was Alone, it’s quite clear that the game’s developers have spent some time studying their contemporaries.