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Month: February 2018
An oddly satisfying story that's ultimately wrapped up in a wonky gameplay mechanic, Packet Queen # would do well to cater more towards the visual novel crowd and far less to the puzzle loving community.
Zen takes a break from bringing Universal movies to the pinball stage and, instead, focuses its efforts on three original concepts, all wrapped in sci-fi, and executed with pure pinball wizardry.
Will Rad manage to make 90s style action platformers popular again?
A great game.
Even though the concept may be strange, A Normal Lost Phone is one of the most interesting uses of new tech for storytelling to date.
Detention does the most unexpected thing possible: reminds the player that the scariest monsters are not under the bed, but all around us.
War is never a good thing. However, on paper, it can actually be good fun, especially with Paper Wars: Cannon Fodder Devastated.
Far from feeling reanimated, Zen gives Telltale's The Walking Dead a full ceremony in pinball porting, and the result is ghoulishly fantastic.