When Almightree: The Last Dreamer launched for mobile devices a few years ago, I was intrigued with the level of production and development done on the title. It offered a visually impressive gaming experience added to a unique story and mechanics which combine 3D-platforming and puzzle-solving gameplay, which …
Tag: West Coast Software
Splat the Fruit does bring a different take on the physics puzzle genre, but does so in such a wonky fashion that even this slight bit of innovation fails to outshine the game's spectacular shortcomings.
D/Generation HD really captures the Amiga generation while updating some key graphics and audio, but the legacy of a game doesn't always translate to modern fun.