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[Game Review] I am Bread is a Loaf of Fun

In iOS, PC, PS4, Reviews, Xbox One by Davis Fan

As a child, I remember often walking past computers in the library or my high school and seeing others play some type of flash game, which were usually rotated out whenever the new most popular game on New Ground came up. One of the most frustrating titles that comes to mind is QWOP, the infinite runner title that gave players …

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[Game Review] Last Inua (PC)

In iOS, PC, Reviews by Chris Ramos

The Last Inua is a 2D platform adventure game made by Glowforth. It is a port from the Apple store and should have probably stayed there. The game plays like Limbo however it seems to focus more on the artistic visuals than on the gameplay.

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[Game Review] The Walking Dead: Season Two (PC)

In 360, Android, iOS, PC, PS3, Reviews, Vita by Eldon Tsan

As a person who absolutely despises The Walking Dead as a TV show, Telltale Games’ adaptation of the series was definitely one of my favorite games of 2012. Season One of The Walking Dead was so good that even when I had to replay the entire thing due to my save being bugged, I still almost teared up at several …

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[E3 2013] Telltale Gives a Closer Look at The Walking Dead: 400 Days

In 360, iOS, PC, Previews, PS3, Vita by Davis Fan

Though the adventure with Lee and Clementine may be over for the season, fans of Telltale Games’s The Walking Dead are undoubtedly pining for more. With the announcement of The Walking Dead: 400 Days DLC, there are countless questions about it and how it fits into the adventure and individualized stories that players have crafted up already. At E3 2013, Telltale Games put on a presentation …

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[Game Review] Cling! (iPhone)

In Casual, iOS by Matthew Kartanata

First 5 Games has brought to the world of platforming a rather interesting take on the typical jump-fail-die-try-again archetype with the introduction of Cling!. With pleasantly challenging level design, clean graphics, and couple of welcome extra features, Cling! may be the action-platformer that will stick to your ribs (or mobile device).   One of the most striking aspects about Cling! …

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[Game Review] infinite (iOS)

In Android, Casual, iOS by Matthew Kartanata

Nexus Game studio takes you to a galaxy far, far away (or perhaps very close, because it’s rather unspecific) in their celestial arcade drop, infinite. In it, you amass a solar system star by star as you dodge debris to the downtempo tunes of the cosmos. The game’s abstract art style and clean interface reaffirm its indie roots, but are …

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[Game Review] Turbolab Pursuit (iOS)

In Casual, iOS, Reviews by Matthew Kartanata

At the conception of our nation, during the creation of the Declaration of Independence, our founding fathers thought it necessary that we proclaim our natural right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Turbolab Pursuit is nothing like that last proclamation. It’s about getting money, jumping off hills, shooting an endless stream of bandits behind you, while upgrading your …

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[Game Review] Hello Kitty Seasons: Beauty Salon (iOS)

In Android, Casual, iOS, Reviews by Matthew Kartanata

As part of the Sanrio brand, Hello Kitty Seasons: Beauty Salon is yet another electronic addition to the kingdom of kawaii (or kowaii, depending on who you ask) that, unfortunately, is still not Hello Kitty Online Island Adventure in disguise—and while that may be disappointing enough to ward off the elite connoisseurs of this iconic Japanese cat, it doesn’t immediately disqualify the …

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[Game Review] The Simpsons: Tapped Out (Android)

In Android, iOS, Reviews by Davis Fan

Almost a year after its original release on iOS devices and nobody cares about it anymore, The Simpsons: Tapped Out finally hits Android devices as well. With countless freemium games available already, no matter which device players own. Amidst all these titles, Tapped Out stands out, if just for its effective use of the Simpsons IP, but hides a large …

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