Reviews

One of the classic Indie Games, heck, perhaps even THE Classic Indie Game is Cave Story. Coming out in 2004 around the time when the internet finally got widespread and processing speeds had just made a quantum leap forward, it was the model of what Indie Games would be. It was from a small studio […]

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Full Disclosure: I downloaded this “game” like everyone else. I’ve never felt so pleb.      Here at Burpy Fresh, we try to remain positive when reviewing games. We tend to pass over games we dislike rather than be negative. But sometimes, we just can’t stay silent. David Lynch is a habitual line-stepper, and enough is […]

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I love point-n-click adventure games. Even before mobile saved their asses I loved them. I have fond memories of going to my friend’s house and play Sierra games on his 286 until they physically kicked me out of the house, boot to rear. I’m glad we didn’t have Facebook then.     I’ve always been a sucker […]

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Arkanoid is totally not my game. There was an old cabinet in the student union back in Wizard College*, and I had friends who could clear it! Much respect, because, for whatever reason, I could never figure it out. Yet, my whole life I’ve always put quarters into that damn game. It just looks so […]

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Slimes, molds, oozes and the like are an important part of any balanced dungeon ecology. Any wizard worth his robes whips up a few in ye old laboratory for the labyrinth beneath their wizardly tower. Primarily, slimes consume most types of dungeon waste leaving less garbage for your kobold minions to deal with. They also […]

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One of my favorite games for the Sega Genesis is X-Men 2: Clone Wars. It’s a decent 16-bit platformer. One of the better licenced games, but in many ways nothing special. The reason it stands out for me is Nightcrawler. The other X-men are limited to your standard running and jumping, but Nightcrawler, see, that […]

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Florence

Florence isn’t really a game. And that’s okay by me. As someone who is often inspired more by electronic toys like Vectorpark’s Windosill, and some of the interactive stories from Tell Tale Games, (definitely not Jurassic Park, and not a good chunk of Sam and Max either. Shame on you Tell Tale for gonking that franchise […]

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Full Disclosure: Bought the game. Pleb. Yes, yes. Tired joke. Since the game only takes 10 minutes to finish, we’re gonna do this quick.   Is Polyventure worth buying? No. Is the OST for Polyventure worth buying? Probably yes. Is Polyventure worth playing? Mild yes.   It’s walking simulator, but it’s a super pretty one. […]

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Full Disclosure: I bought this game like a pleb. I’m just going to get a shirt that says “I’m with Pleb.” and wear it from now on. It’s finally 2018. A fresh-ish new year. Why not start the year off with a review of something fresh? …from 2017… because I didn’t check the date on […]

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Now I first encountered Breaking Wheel from Insane Mind Games two months ago at BICFest, was on… two months ago at BICFest when my friend and I went to Busan. It was the silliest game at the festival. A game where you play a wheel. A wagon wheel, or maybe a gear. Even a cheese […]

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