Cave Story’s Santa Freebie REVIEW

I don’t know a darn thing about Cave Story or its balrog, but here’s the deal. In Cave Story’s Secret Santa, You are a pixel art Santa, the presents have been stolen, and drop-in through chimney’s in a diverse world to replace the presents. There’s a catch though, booby traps and sentries line houses, which you must stealthily avoid or risk restarting. Some Screens of Cave Story Secret Santa Oh, yeah, by the… Read the rest

GeoGuessr is The Best Browser Game You Can Play Right Now REVIEW

GeoGuessr… Ahh, I’ve waited so long to delve into this one. I present to you today a non-traditional game review to showcase a game that is on the fringe of traditional games but so fresh and fun that everybody is finding out about it. GeoGuessr is a browser-based game that uses images from Google Streetview. You are dropped off in a random lat/long on Earth or whichever area/theme you specify and you use… Read the rest

City of Heroes is The Best MMORPG That’s Now Defunct REVIEW

Well, quick FYI, City of Heroes hasn’t had a live official server in years. There was never anything wrong with it. I’m not really sure why they even shut it down, many people today still would like to play it. But I guess they just felt it was dated or didn’t make money, or they just didn’t want to produce content for it anymore. I don’t know, but I would love to step… Read the rest

8 FREE Indie Android Games Reviewed 2/11/2021

I cleaned this article up, and it’s a lot more consistent with everything else here now. I’ve been sifting through back logs like Gandalf the Grey in Minas Tirith. I’ve got some great new resources for keeping my eye on the Android app market now. I’m not here to be stingy, so if you want to know what it is, check out this awesome aggregator: appagg.com. It will change your world, if you’re… Read the rest

80 Days, Ordia, and Eloh: Visually Brilliant Android Games

This is a short list I made ages ago when I first started. The formatting is kinda all over the place, but some chipper descriptions of some good Android games I was playing at the time. 1. 80 Days https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.inkle.eightydays&hl=en_US&gl=US Bon, voyage! Based on the classic Jules Verne story Around the World in 80 Days, is a text-based adventure with your favorite friends Phileas Fogg and Passepartout. Jules Verne is a classic French… Read the rest

NES Nostalgia: Games From My Youth

I wanted to call this “NES Games That Influenced Me” or something like that. Honestly though, I can’t totally remember WHY I remember these games, only that they evoke some mood or emotion when I play them. I guess you could call it nostalgia. Yeah, that’s probably it. The main reason for this is I wanted to try writing about something I haven’t tried. So here we go, six games I played when… Read the rest

Android Games I Found Out About on Twitter!

Alright, people, it’s time to adore some Free Android games. I suppose I should have anticipated this but I’ve had a good chunk of people on Twitter asking if I’d check out their game. Some just have it linked on their profile so that works too. So, I wanted to not be a flake though and check some out. Here are some Android games (also known as Google Play) from the people, cats,… Read the rest

More Premium Android Games on Google Play Pass

Happy new year! Oh wait, did I do that already? No worries, because it is still NEW, and I’ve got some NEWLY tested premium Android games. I recently signed up for a trial on Google Play Pass because I was downloading copious amounts of Play Store games for this series. I gotta say it’s kinda worth it. I’m not sponsored to mention Play Pass or anything, but if you like android games, it… Read the rest

Burnstar is a Bargain Rogue-Like on Nintendo Switch REVIEW

Burnstar is one of those games that doesnโ€™t have a sweeping setup for buying a bunch of junk. Itโ€™s just cool looking and fun, and the sound design is funkalicious. You can play this game either as a single-player or co-op. I think co-op would probably be easier, but I did alright on single-player. Lurked the Nintendo eShop this morning for a good match for a new section of my site Iโ€™m expanding… Read the rest

The Big Journey is an Old Indie Game Involving Cats & Dumplings REVIEW

Hey, when you say “roll around a dumpling-eating cat,” do you mean that literally? You do? Really? Okay, I’m in. Play The Big Journey and roll around a cat, who should be named Alpuss Dumplingdore (do not deny what a perfect name that would be.) Alright, alright. There’s nothing that bizarre about this game. Firstly, The Big Journey is unique, however, once you jump in, it’s pretty fleshed out. Secondly, despite the weird… Read the rest

The Best Pinball Video Games For Your Budget TOP LIST

Remember pinball? Not only remember it but are you a “pinball wizard” as it were? Well, here we go again. Today I’m going to share a game that is available on both Mobile and PC platforms. The game is Pinball Deluxe: Reloaded. There is also apparently some background with Blackberry devices long before that for this publisher, but I don’t know much about that. Before this post, I tried to load up an… Read the rest