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Disc Room – Hades on Earth

Disc Room is available as a DRM free download (along with a bunch of other good stuff) for subscribers to the Humble Monthly Bundle. Trapped in an endless maze pursued by ghosts. Running through a psychedelic hell chased by ambulatory fungi and horribly mutated reptiles. Mocked by a sadistic computer and dying repeatedly while solving it’s […]

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Figment – Your Dad’s Dead

Full Disclosure: I bought this game like a pleb. Worth it. This game was one of the highlights of BitSummit 2017. Getting pissed drunk on the river and listening to Scandinavian metal for a bit with one of the developers of this game was also a highlight. I don’t remember much else, but I looked […]

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unWorded – Pictures from Letters

When you think of France*, you think of ennui, of world weariness, of mimes, of overly verbose stories that still leave you staring at the remnants of raw extruded humanity (some of it yours) on the floor as you wonder if you’ve wasted your entire life on flights of triviality.     It’s true. You’ve […]

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Hyperun – Faster, It’s Alright

The thing about LEFT! the thing RIGHT! about Hyperun RIGHT! LEFT! is that it’s extremely hard to RIGHT! OH GOD! RIGHT! to keep a train of LEFT! of thought while focusing RIGHT! LEFT! RIGHT! on the track. BOOOOM! Aw, dang it… Let’s try again… Hyperun in an infinite racer from the good folks at Concrete […]

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The Shrouded Isle

Full Disclosure: I don’t listen well to directions. I know one of the devs, but I paid for the game. Also, he knows I like messing with his shit. Also BIC Fest Breakdown coming in a few days.     Life is about making the right choices. The Shrouded Isle is about making the wrong […]

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Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight

Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight is the fourth in a series of Metroidvania games by Bombservice. I haven’t played the first three, but I don’t think it’s necessary to do so in order to understand this one. Maybe playing the earlier ones would explain some of the story holes. Like, why are witches so giant? […]

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Prison Architect – Cubicle Schmubicle

Full Disclosure: It’s 1:37 am and I’m a little tipsy. I recently quit my job. This job had 22 weeks of paid vacation. Now I work in a cubicle in an office for 3 weeks of paid vacation (but a healthy pay bump). Being under the harsh glow for a continuous nine hour stretch for […]

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Project.99 – Space Romance?

Full Disclosure: I really only do this section to try to make myself feel better about my poor life choices. Project.99 is a monthly revisited collection of experimental games by a number of members of the Out of Index and Seoul Indies crews, as well as other developers in South Korea. And by experimental… we […]

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Quiet City – There is no god

First, some mood music. Just let it play while you read this review.* It’s late night while I’m writing this. I go outside to get some fresh air. I smell cigarette smoke from one of the old men who are always out smoking. The cars drive by one the nearby freeway. A truck honks it’s horn. […]

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The Royal Cosmonautical Society

Full Disclosure: I paid for this game like a pleb. You take two months off and the world forgets you even existed. I mean. Because it knew I existed before. Honest.   The ground shook with trepidation as the acrid stench of death and decay creeped closer and closer. No animals remained, they escaped long […]

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