Top 15 Games That Died Too Soon.
Top 15 Games That Died Too Soon.

Originally posted Jun 11 2019, reformated and updated Aug 7 2020.

Not all games have their moment in the spotlight, some of them crash and burn before having the chance to reach their full potential, today we look at 15 games that died too soon.

This game had all the elements of a successful title, and yet despite its rather beefy early access price tag still managed to garner a dedicated community of players, you would think the road an easy one for Clockwork Empires, alas inter-team strife and rumours of money problems lead to Gaslamp game closing down, taking Clockwork Empires with it. ....  Read Full Article

Top 10 Indie Games #3
Top 10 Indie Games #3

Originally posted Aug 7, 2019, reformated and updated Aug 7 2020.

Not every game needs to be a multi-million dollar affair, indie games come in all shapes and size some good, some bad, but they all have one thing in common, they were produced by small teams of passionate individuals.

1) ClusterTruck.

ClusterTrucks reminds me of the type of game that could have been safely made any time in the last 20 years. ....  Read Full Article

10 Cute & Adorable Games.
10 Cute & Adorable Games.

Originally posted May 8 2019, reformated and updated Aug 6 2020.

Perhaps not for the most macho of hardened gamers who rejoice at the slaughter of their enemies and the lamentations of their women, these games are just so gosh darn adorable they need a list of their own!

1) Bomber Crew.

Admittedly games about warfare aren’t the cutest, but the adorable graphics and engaging yet straightforward game-play of Bomber Crew make this a game that appears to both lovers of strategy and lovers of cute little sprites, a delightful game with supposing tactical depth. ....  Read Full Article

Top 10 Strange Games.
Top 10 Strange Games.

Originally posted May 19, 2019, reformated and updated Aug 6 2020.

Some games fall outside the genres we have come to expect, from satire filled shooters to games entirely focusing on soup, gaming has given us some truly unique experiences over the last 20 years.

Without further delay, ten games that are quirky, strange and at times downright weird. ....  Read Full Article

Top 10 Games that are barely PC Games
Top 10 Games that are barely PC Games

Originally posted March 2019, reformated and updated Aug 5 2020.

Some titles barely qualify as a PC game, they either are mobile ports or are little more than menus and data, these “games” are not bad, but contain next to no game-play beyond menus and simple mechanics.

1) Tap Heroes.

Tap Heroes is a game where you click, while the “game” isn’t bad, it’s not really a game at all, and is more akin to the flash games and mobile games of yesteryear, you click to earn points, to upgrade your heroes to click some more, it’s a grindy time-wasting game that while not bad to look at, barely qualifies as a game. ....  Read Full Article

Top 10 Games Worth a Second Look.
Top 10 Games Worth a Second Look.

Originally posted Feb 20, 2019, reformated and updated Aug 5 2020.

Every so often you see a game on steam that looks absolute rubbish, but perhaps at a more in-depth inspection, you have found not a lump of coal but a diamond in the rough?

Without further delay here are ten games which we found surprisingly good despite poor first impressions. ....  Read Full Article

Top 10 Indie Games #2
Top 10 Indie Games #2

Originally posted Apr 28, 2019, reformated and updated Aug 4 2020.

Not every game needs to be a multi-million dollar affair, indie games come in all shapes and size some good, some bad, but they all have one thing in common, they were produced by small teams of passionate individuals.

1) Die Young.

Usually, Indiegala sells the type of indie games you wouldn’t want to play unless you were bored beyond explanation, and the games they have produced or worked with are either edgy or downright awful. ....  Read Full Article

Top 10 Surprising Games.
Top 10 Surprising Games.

Originally posted Feb 13, 2019, reformated and updated Aug 4 2020.

Some games look terrible, but end up being hidden gems, other look fantastic and end up being a chore to play, you cannot judge a game by its cover, and some games may just surprise you.

1) Guild of Dungeoneering

A  very cool little turn-based card combat game with a unique graphical look that closer to living pen and paper than any other style, great sprites and game-play mechanics that are unique to the title, such as instead of controlling only your hero, you also must build the dungeon around him/her, providing near-endless replay value, the simple character sprites even change appearance to match equipped gear, a nice immersive feature a lot of indie titles forget to include, the dungeon creation/modification aspect is handled correctly and captures the D&D dungeon master vibe. ....  Read Full Article

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