Pigeon Wings Review

Pigeon Wings by Ignacio Schiefelbein hardly resembles the typical pigeon lifestyle. There are no bread crumbs, and certainly no flapping or cooing. However, it does contain one thing, in abundance. Speed. Some games opt for varied challenges. Some implement puzzles, or tricky levels, to keep things fresh throughout the experience. Pigeon Wings opts against these … Continue reading Pigeon Wings Review

Miles & Kilo Review

Since the release of Canabalt in 2009, auto-runners have cornered the iOS platforming market, and for good reason. For all their benefits, touchscreens are unfortunately cursed with a lack of tangible feedback, and aside from a few specific titles which benefit from onscreen arrows and buttons, virtual controls in mobile games are often clunky, unappealing, and result in wasted … Continue reading Miles & Kilo Review

MC Lars: The Video Game Review

MC Lars is an interesting character. From coining the term iGeneration to releasing tracks alongside the likes of Weird Al Yankovic and KRS-One, the California indie rapper has been bringing his unique brand of positivity and cheekiness to a jaded music industry for over ten years now. Considering his target fanbase, I'm surprised that Lars has only just … Continue reading MC Lars: The Video Game Review