The Darkside Detective is one of the rare games that can distract you from its near ancient graphic style in a few seconds by its premise, and presentation of mechanics, on paper The Darkside Detective, is like any other point and click mystery still.
However, the similarities end there, with witty dialogue and plenty of detective show tropes, and buddy cop banter.
Bright Memory is a gorgeous tech demo, but for those wanting a full game, it’s not happening, at least not with what you have already paid for.
Bright Memory Episode 1 is now a separate project from Bright Memory: Infinite, there will be no full game to be had with your current purchase to experience all Bright memory has to offer you must rebuy the new title.
“Interstellar Rift is an open world Starship Simulator with an emphasis on ship construction and multi-player interaction. Players can explore and conquer the galaxy with their own custom-designed and constructed starship. Space is vast, but you won’t have to face it alone, other players will be able to join your crew, and help out, or build their own rival fleet and fight you across the galaxy.”
Ducktales was one of my favourite shows growing up, every Saturday morning I would watch it, and then every Saturday evening rewatch my VHS recording with my family, it was a huge part of childhood, so I was thrilled when my Ducktales Remastered released on steam.
The gameplay is authentic to the original 1989 Ducktales game with very few mechanical changes.
This Is the Police captures the gritty essence of every 80s cop show you have ever seen and pulls all this off using graphics that are so simple,m the only step beneath them is still finger puppets.
The art style employed by This Is the Police is exceptionally minimalist and certainly isn’t for everyone, I found it charming, and its simplicity allowed me to focus on the decisions I had to make, and helped me avoid getting distracted … Read Full Article “Review: This Is the Police”
Firestone Idle RPG is a far prettier version of the idle games that mobile users gobble up like gumdrops and offers gameplay mechanics that offer nothing that its uglier cousins don’t already provide, the entire genre is bizarrely addicting, and it’s that addiction that the game developers count on to drive MTX.
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