16bitnights and the Dark Labyrinth of Tauronos

 Tauronos is a game based upon exploration within a pitch black labyrinth, forcing the player to solve puzzles, avoid danger and more! This title will not only offer a challenge within the game, but will also provide a story for the player to overcome within themselves, breaking away from traditional exploration and adding a depth … Continue reading 16bitnights and the Dark Labyrinth of Tauronos

Wallet Crusaders – Kingdom: New Lands

Sometimes a gamer needs a break from the fast-paced action games that have been very popular in the past and still continue to be to this day. Usually after a long adventure game or a heavy RPG with a steep learning curve, I need something more casual to chill out while watching anime or martial arts … Continue reading Wallet Crusaders – Kingdom: New Lands

Wallet Crusader: Beholder

Do you like being nosey? Do you enjoy eavesdropping on unsuspecting neighbors? Perhaps snitching to the authorities gives you a rush? If you answered 'yes' to any of those questions, Beholder might just be the game you've been waiting for. In Beholder, you fill the shoes of a state-appointed landlord in an unforgiving totalitarian state. Will … Continue reading Wallet Crusader: Beholder

Wallet Crusader: Human Fall Flat

As a huge fan of physics-based games, Human Fall Flat immediately caught my notice. I bought it, downloaded it, and then accidentally forgot about it. After hearing news about it coming to consoles in the near future, I figured I'd boot it up and give it a shot. Human Fall Flat is a challenging physics … Continue reading Wallet Crusader: Human Fall Flat

Wallet Crusader: Starbound

Welcome back, gamers! Today I'll be discussing Starbound; an affordable indie gem that I've been following throughout it's development. After launching a Kickstarter-style pre-order on the Humble Store and Steam back in 2013, Chuckle Fish Games was able to raise over 2 million dollars. After a few years, Starbound was released from its early-access beta. At the moment, Starbound … Continue reading Wallet Crusader: Starbound

Indie Game Spotlight – Halcyon 6: Starbase Commander

After finishing the lengthy Planescape: Torment earlier this week, I felt that I could use a change of pace. I decided to look for a turn-based strategy game and stumbled across an indie title called Halcyon 6: Starbase Commander. The art style was attractive and the game was inexpensive, so I decided to give it a shot. Halcyon 6 truly … Continue reading Indie Game Spotlight – Halcyon 6: Starbase Commander

Indie Game Spotlight: King of Dragon Pass

Are you looking for a fun, casual experience to enjoy during your free time? Do you enjoy playing games on your phone but hate being bothered by in-game purchases? If you answered "yes" to either question, look no further because King of Dragon Pass may be the game you've been searching for. Originally released in … Continue reading Indie Game Spotlight: King of Dragon Pass

Indie Game Spotlight: Stardew Valley

I admit it. At first glance, Stardew Valley didn't really look like my "cup of tea". After it was first released back in February, I noticed the beautiful pixel art and was a little intrigued but farming didn't seem quite exciting enough to invest in. On October 3rd, ConcernedApe released patch 1.1 on which introduced some new maps … Continue reading Indie Game Spotlight: Stardew Valley