Go Heroes: Prometheus is an Interesting Project DEMO

Go Heroes is a coming soon, turn-based RPG based on the stories of Greek Mythology. Each level is filled with puzzles that not only advance your progress in the game but progress the story. It is not quite isometric but rather described as four-directional–it is sort of like using a board game with camera controls. You play as Prometheus, the Greek titan, who dared give the gift of fire to mankind. I am… Read the rest

The Last Campfire is THE Game For Heart & Imagination – REVIEW

The Last Campfire is a sincerely knowing guide to the heart. It’s a genuine roleplay in what it means to feel an idea of spiritual compassion or to know what it is to be kind. That’s a rare topic in any context. A character named Ember holds the key to bringing light again to an in-between world. You may be hesitant about such a task, maybe the path is unclear. The spirits of… Read the rest

Nordlicht is The Sweet Indie About Nordic Family Life REVIEW

I feel privileged to review this game since there seems to be sparse information elsewhere, but I think youโ€™re going to like it. At only $3.99 on the eShop, the regular price, itโ€™s a great deal with sophisticated gameplay for the casual gamer or family. You can probably complete it within a couple of hours depending on your detective skills, but itโ€™s a generously paced experience.  Nordlicht is a family-friendly storybook stylized find-the-object… Read the rest

Chronology is an Interesting, Frugally Priced Game I Played REVIEW

In the game Chronology, you start off as a short-in-stature, accented professor with gnomish qualities. Honestly, if you want to just jump in now and play thatโ€™s all you really need to know. But for the purpose of a true proper treatise on the subject, Iโ€™ll expand.ย  So, thereโ€™s not a ton of backstory in the beginning, not sure if thereโ€™s more later on, but youโ€™re just this little professor dude wandering through… Read the rest