23. September 2017

Progressive Clicker Review

“Progressive Clicker” sounds as exciting as playing with a Tally Counter. No offense! After all, it’s a game made by Germans, so we don’t expect fancy, […]
23. September 2017
Vampire's Gold

Vampire’s Gold Review

Yep, Powerman 5000, one of my favorite bands of all times, should have contributed the soundtrack for this game. The reason is obvious: “Vampire’s Gold” by […]
22. September 2017
Brain Blocks

Brain Blocks Review

Brain Blocks, the debut by the indie developer Redux Games, is a puzzle game with the goal to fill an entire grid without exception. In order to do […]
22. September 2017
Sick and Tired

Sick and Tired Review

“Sick and Tired” is an original puzzle-platformer in which you solve the levels by killing the character, instead of letting him cross the finish line. Imagine […]
21. September 2017
Alice Fall

Alice Fall Review

You all know Alice in Wonderland, but I guess this is more like Alice in Nightmareland. Stuck on a floating island, our character has only one way […]
12. September 2017
Asteroid Challenge

Asteroid Challenge Review

My very first home video game console was the Atari 7800, that I’ve bought as a kid for a couple of bucks (Actually, it was Deutsche […]
20. December 2016

Future Pang Review

Does anyone know “Jungle Pang” by Snowball Software? In this Android game, giant bubbles are threatening the African Jungle and only Jane – pardon – Jill […]