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5

Timelie – Review

‘Timelie’ is a time based puzzle game developed by ‘Urnique Studio’. Going in, I had no idea what to expect but I was very pleased with the experience. As soon as the game opens, players are introduced to a minimalist menu with soft ambient music playing. This perfectly sets the

No Straight Roads – Preview

“No Straight Roads” by Metronomik tells the story of the Indie band, Bunkbed Junction and their ambitious quest to get rock music back into the mainstream. The band is made up of Mayday and Zuke, two friends who reside in Vinyl city, which is currently run by the NSR, a

4.5

P.A.M.E.L.A – Review

P.A.M.E.L.A by NVYVE Studios, is a semi open world, survival game that doesn’t hold back its punches. From the moment you wake and well into the game, you will have multiple problems thrown at you from the get go. Your main objective is to just.. SURVIVE. You awake to find

HammerHelm – Preview

Who doesn’t love to live above ground with the sun on their face and wind in their hair? While the dwarves of HammerHelm normally live in mountains, they are about to have that chance. As their leader, you guide them to establish their home and create prosperity. Complete quests, craft

4

Disintegration – Review

I’ve always been fascinated by the concept of robots and A.I., just the idea and imagery of a robot or android with it’s own intelligence adapting and learning enhancements, is an incredible concept. Didn’t help when movies like Terminator and Robocop came out and threw hardcore violence into the mix.

3

Those Who Remain – Review

‘’Those Who Remain’’ is a psychological horror story from Camel 101 Studio, an independent and self funded game development studio, and is published by Wired Productions and WhisperGames. Here at MKAU, whenever we receive any Horror/Scary games, 9 out of 10 times they get sent straight to me without question.

4

Minecraft Dungeons – Review

I was very late to the Minecraft craze, I was pessimistic that something that looked like a kid’s game could have any sort of depth or complexity that I for one crave as a gamer. Boy, was I wrong. I eventually jumped onto that bandwagon and wow was I obsessed.

4

Fury Unleashed – Review

Published and developed by Awesome Game Studio in Poland, Fury Unleashed is an action packed 2D platform shooter presented in a comic book style. The simple yet intriguing plot tells the story of a struggling comic book creator, John Kowalski as he deals with pressure of online critics and poor

4.5

Maneater – Review

Maneater is an open-world action-RPG (ShaRkPG) where YOU are the shark. Starting as a small bull shark pup you are tasked with surviving the harsh world while eating your way up the ecosystem to become the ultimate apex predator. Eat. Explore. Evolve. As you explore the large open world locations

2.5

Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee – Review

Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee redeveloped and republished by Oddworld Inhabitants, is a 2001 classic that has been recreated for the Nintendo Switch. Many older games over the last few years have been popping up, games of the past, causing gamers those epic feelings of nostalgia. Some games have been completely revamped

3.5

Fledgling Heroes – Review

At first glance, “Fledgling Heroes” developed and published by Subtle Boom, looks like a game solely for kids and honestly, from the moment you boot it up it really does give off that air, dare I say it, pungent aroma of child mobile game. Once you delve in though, while

4.5

Infinite: Beyond The Mind – Review

Infinite – Beyond The Mind is a little indie game developed by Emilie Coyo and published by Blowfish Studios and is a retro platformer with a futuristic flavor. The story follows two girls, Tanya & Olga, both connected by their magic powers, sharing a unique bond and abilities between one

5

Someday You’ll Return – Review

In these last few years, one gaming genre that has made a valiant and triumphant return is that of First Person thriller/horror games. The genre usually revolves around you playing a protagonist who is being put in a drastic, most times dire, situation and your only options are to run,

4.5

Obey Me – Review

‘Obey me’ developed by Error 404 Game Studios and published by Blowfish Studios is a game I was super stoked to see when it appeared in my inbox. It’s no secret that I’m a massive fan of just about anything Blowfish Studios is attached to, so with that being said

3.5

Cast VR – Review

This mysterious and magical focused game sets up a challenging and meaningful encounter everywhere you go. The plot is narrated to you and the narrator also serves as your guide through a journey of discovery and intrigue within the vast castle set before you. From what I’ve experienced thus far

4.5

Control: The Foundation Expansion – Review

‘The Foundation’ is the first expansion for Control, a third person action game based around the protagonist, Jesse Faden. Jesse arrives in New York looking for her brother who was taken by the mysterious Federal Bureau of Control when they were young, after weird events in their hometown. The Foundation

4

The Longing – Review

We’ve all experienced it before. A horrible feeling where you’re on your own and time seems to just drag on. Friends are busy with work or other priorities and we feel alone, a longing for company. If we can manage to keep ourselves occupied, we seem to not notice the

4

Beautiful Desolation – Review

Beautiful Desolation is a top down, isometric adventure game created by ‘The Brotherhood’, a developer also known for games such as Stasis and CAYNE. I have to admit, this is my first exposure to The Brotherhood’s games, so I have no idea what to expect. Story The game opens with

3.5

The Unholy Society – Review

“Have you ever imagined what would happen if The Exorcist, Preacher and Constantine had a baby?” This is the tagline of Catastrophe Games’ newest title, “The Unholy Society”, and I was definitely in for the ride the moment I read it. This side scrolling adventure has all the clique pop

4.5

Dreams – Review

Dreams is created by Media Molecule, and is not so much a game, but a Social Creation Network, wherein you can make games, art, music, sculptures, animation and everything in between. However, it doesn’t stop there. You are able to share your work and have others collaborate on it, making

4

Giraffe And Annika – Review

Giraffe and Annika is an adorable adventure, action and rhythm game published by PLAYISM and developed by Atelier Mimina. It is a beautiful 3D adventure game with a lovely Manga art style, while battle sequences will require players to be rhythmic and focus on their timing. Players will control Annika,

3

Ash of Gods: Redemption – Review

Ash of Gods: Redemption is published by Whisper Games and developed by AurumDust. Now, given I’m not too big on tactical turn-based games, I was intrigued by the RPG-like elements and art style of this title, so let’s dive into my third review of the year, shall we? Ash of

5

Luna: The Shadow Dust – Review

Luna: The Shadow Dust developed by Lantern Studios is a hand animated, point and click, puzzle adventure. If you’re a fan of unique artistic animation or puzzle games you have found the perfect game to add to your collection. Every aspect of this game is beautifully animated and constructed to

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