Death Road to Canada Review

It's tough to avoid being a cynical crank about zombie culture. After mowing down thousands of them with a pea-shooter, bashing their skulls in with a crowbar, and stealing their twinkies, there seems to be no end to the abuse that zombies are willing to take. Like the creatures themselves, zombie culture plods on, refusing to … Continue reading Death Road to Canada Review

Milkmaid of the Milky Way Review

The point-and-click adventure genre can prove to be a little dense for newcomers. Long passages of dialogue and obtuse puzzles can bog down even the best games in the genre, but thankfully, Milkmaid of the Milky Way, a whimsical point-and-click adventure title by Machineboy, keeps things simple, earnest, and quick-moving. While it isn't a lengthy experience, or even … Continue reading Milkmaid of the Milky Way Review

Zip Zap Review

A quality physics puzzler empowers players to use their ingenuity to creatively solve problems, instead of requiring them to uncover a specifically designated path to their reward. Zip Zap by Kamibox executes this design philosophy brilliantly, using an intuitive control system to encourage players to do just that - play - within the constraints of a highly-tuned … Continue reading Zip Zap Review

The Beggar’s Ride Review

The Beggar's Ride by developer BadSeed was released on iOS to little fanfare in the winter of 2015. Reminiscent of LostWinds with a narrative style similar to The Unfinished Swan, it's hard to believe that such an expertly-crafted title has remained under the radar for so long. The Beggar's Ride is an absolute pleasure to play, and despite its … Continue reading The Beggar’s Ride Review

Siralim 2 Review

Grinding is a divisive gameplay element, even in the best of games. Smiting enemy after enemy, hour after hour can grow tiresome after a while, and doesn't lend itself especially well to the iOS platform, where instant satisfaction is the norm. For this reason, I must preface this review by asserting that Siralim 2 by Thylacine … Continue reading Siralim 2 Review