Off-Peak: A Review

Off-Peak, by Cosmo D, drops you off at a train station, next to a musician named Luuuke who offers you his ticket if you can find all the pieces and put it back together. Thus starts your short but absurd journey into this game. The train station is unlike anything we can image, despite being […]

Amphora Review

In Amphora, you command a wisp of smoke that lives in a, well, amphora. Like a genie or spirit, your smokey form watches over the life of a girl, guiding her and her family through the major scenes in their lives. Each scene is displayed in colourful environments that draw inspiration both from shadow theater […]

Shadow of Mordor: The Padding of the Rings

Everyone who has played Shadow of Mordor has a story about their favorite nemesis. That orc or uruk who just keeps beating you to the ground, or always getting away – returning later with scars and bruisers ready to go for round 2.  For me, there was a duo of bruisers who would inconveniently show […]

Blues and Bullets: Review of a Dead Game

Episodic games always come with the chance of never getting to the end of the game. I tend to avoid them at all costs, choosing to purchase only after the entire season has been released. However, when Blues and Bullets came along, it looked exactly like the kind of game I would enjoy so I […]

No Pineapple Left Behind: My Own Experience in Cultivating Pineapples

“I think you should look into another profession. Either way, I hope you stay in touch. I like to keep in touch with all my trainees even if I don’t think they are suitable for the job” That was the closing statement by my overseer on my last day of student teaching. My teacher-tutor, who […]