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Not a Hero Review

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You will know whether you like Not a Hero within the first 15 minutes of playing it. Why? It’s simple. It’s an easy to understand game that keeps you invested by giving you an interesting challenge with just the core mechanics. 1,232 more words

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Dyscourse

Early on in Dyscourse, after your plane crashes and you’re stranded on an island with a “quirky” cast of survivors, you salvage a yellow and black hexagonal disk from the wreckage. 1,575 more words

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Toren Review

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Toren is the first game by Brazilian developer, Swordtales. This stylish platformer is also one of the first games to come out of the country’s Brazilian Cultural Incentive Law, which allows any Brazilian corporation to pay a percentage of its income tax to finance “cultural projects.” Suffice it to say that Toren takes the nurturing of that imaginative culture very seriously through its abstract and, at times, ambiguous plot. 1,350 more words

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Touhou 14: Double Dealing Character Review

WELCOME TO GENSOKYO

The Touhou Project is easily one of Japan’s most popular and most prolific series of indie games, with a history spanning almost 20 years. 1,470 more words

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Kerbal Space Program

My misadventures with Kerbals began a couple of weeks ago. Its beta first releasing about a week before I started Indie Gamer Chick, Kerbal has finally “completed” the working-the-kinks-out phase of its existence and is now considered an official release. 1,289 more words

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Evoland (PC) Review

Evoland (PC) Review

I don’t have an amazing PC in fact my PC is my laptop so while I was scrolling through steam I was looking for an idea game that didn’t require a lot to be able to run, that’s when I found Evoland. 562 more words

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