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Two Dots

Two Dots strings the player along in free to play fashion. Connect the dots, combo color pairings, advance to the next level. Clean aesthetics and simple controls act as delightful seat warmers. 176 more words


The Witness review: When yelling at your TV is perfectly acceptable

Note: I‘ve tried my best not to include images that may spoil The Witness for people. I think I’ve succeeded.

The picture on the right shows what  I like to call my “toolkit” for whenever I played The Witness, the long-awaited new game from Jonathan Blow, the game designer behind platformer Braid. 846 more words

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'The Witness' First Week Gross Revenue Surpasses $5 Million

In a blog post today, The Witness developer Jonathan Blow has announced that the game has made over $5 million USD gross revenue in its first week. 242 more words


Ikoniac CEO Jaakko Huokkola on creating a puzzle game with a story, Part One

Galactic Echoes is a puzzle game with a big story, or you can also see it in the opposite way that it’s a story that unlocks with puzzles. 726 more words

Galactic Echoes

Indie Game Radar: Super Star Path

This edition of Good Indie Games No One Is Talking About is for one that actually came out last June. It was one of the games I picked up during the last winter sale at a likely completely trivial price, and I just played through most of it. 554 more words


OXENFREE - Delightfully Scary, Clever and Unforgettable

Five teenagers set out to explore a spooky island’s mystery, what could possibly go wrong? Night School Studio’s charming high school horror adventure “OXENFREE” turns out to be more than just a little scary and a whole lot of fun. 199 more words


The Witness Review

The Witness unfolds on an unnamed island within a vast sea. The island comprises a patchwork pattern of Earth’s biomes, from a snowcapped mountain, to an autumnal forest, to a barren desert. 845 more words