Year Walk: A Review

We have all had that moment when we needed to blow into a church door’s keyhole to prepare ourselves for the next year, right? Year Walk is a game based on that, where you go on an Årsgång, an obscure Swedish tradition where you attempt to catch a glimpse of what may come. The tradition is not […]

Munin: A Review

Munin is a pretty cool puzzle platform game that, for some reason, wanted to be about Norse mythology. The premise of the game is that you, usually a raven that helps Odin keep an eye on things, have been turned into a human by Loki. To regain your crow form, you need to travel the […]

Antichamber: A Review

  “You are in a twisty maze of passages, all alike.” This is a (somewhat) well-known description of a non-linear maze in Colossal Cave. Going one way and then doubling back did not always mean that you ended up in the same room. These types of mazes were common and commonly annoying in early text […]

Rebel Galaxy: Review

Rebel Galaxy tries to evoke the feeling of being a cowboy on the edge of space and a lot of reviewers have compared it to Firefly, which it isn’t. While it draws from the well of the short-lived TV show – the music in particular – it actually is a boiled down version of games like […]

The Last Express: Review

The Last Express is the most immersive game I have ever played. Jordan Mechner’s ambitious adventure game takes place on the famous Oriental Express right before the beginning of World War 1. You play Robert Cath, an American on the run from both the British and French police for an incident in Ireland. He jumps […]