Thea: The Awakening Review

Once upon a time, someone had an idea to combine as many different types of games as possible and make it work- so now we have Thea. Videogame genres are usually pretty loose and hard to define but we usually have the vocabulary to describe, at the … [Continue reading]

Rymdresa lulls you into a trance before blasting you to bits

Relaxing space music fills my ears as I drift across the cosmos collecting stars, exploring wonders, and gathering resources to rebuild Earth. Here, space is serene and filled with bits of poetry waxing poetic about a lonely existence, rebirth, … [Continue reading]

Year Walk: A Review

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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 … [Continue reading]

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 … [Continue reading]

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 … [Continue reading]