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2016 Game Review Haiku, #35 – Jamming with Grandma

At one point, some twit
Kidnaps Kaitlyn, ties her up
To sweep jam contest

Here we go again. Another year of me attempting to produce quality Japanese poetry about the videogames I complete in three syllable-based phases of 5, 7, and 5. 56 more words


Review: "The Blackwell Deception" (Computer Game)

Well, today, I thought that I’d review “The Blackwell Deception”. This is the fourth game in the “Blackwell” series (you can read my reviews of the previous three games… 1,260 more words


Review: "The Blackwell Convergence" (Computer Game)

Sorry it’s taken me so long to get round to reviewing this game, but I thought that I’d take a look at “The Blackwell Convergence” today. 1,172 more words


Goetia cross-platform point and click adventure releases on Steam

Goetia is a point and click adventure game for Linux, Mac and Windows PC. Following the #story of a deceased teenage girl risen from the dead to #uncover #events that leading to the downfall of the family estate. 314 more words

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Dead Secret Review - Gaming Respawn

If you’ve ever wondered what Silent Hill or Resident Evil would look like reimagined as a first-person point-and-click murder mystery, then you need look no further than indie game Dead Secret.

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Those indie games you might have missed #7 – Please, don't touch anything

Please, don’t touch anything is unclassifiable. It’s a proper gaming UFO right there that doesn’t fit any genre. Let’s just say, to make it easier, that it is an office job simulation. 781 more words


GAME REVIEW - The Dream Machine: Chapter 5 (PC)

By Marty Mulrooney

The Dream Machine is a point-and-click adventure game handcrafted from clay and cardboard by Cockroach Inc., a two-man independent Swedish game development studio. 741 more words