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Inside

by Callum Tyndallon 09/07/2016
Inside is a difficult game to discuss. With a length of only 4 hours or so, there’s little enough game that it’s hard to mention anything without it being a potentially huge spoiler. And when talking about a game receiving this level of critical acclaim, reaching the upper echelons of Metacritic within the first few […]

“Skylar & Plux” gives me Ratchet & Clank flashbacks

by James Buckinghamon 16/03/2016
Some of the best games I’ve played are platformers, with the likes of Mario 64, Jak & Daxter and Ratchet & Clank sapping a lot of my gaming time over the years. Look, I really needed to get ALL the stars and see Yoshi, ok? I can quit any time I want! Ahem. Anyway, Grip […]

Extreme Exorcism: Or “How Craig Lost Even More Of His Social Life.”

by MrCraiggyon 22/09/2015
Hi everyone, Craig here. It’s been a very busy few weeks for me. I’ve been running around a field fighting orcs, I’ve been on jury duty fighting orcs and now I’ve been exploring a 2D haunted house fighting…..orcs? Well, ghosts of orcs, maybe. This is Extreme Exorcism, an Indie 2D platforming shooter from developer Golden […]

The Swapper (PlayStation) Review

by Sai Mealingon 30/07/2014
In a time when virtually anybody with the right skills and enough perseverance can make a game, indie platformers aren’t exactly in short supply. Each month, it seems as though Steam, PSN and the iOS App Store are rife with a multitude of different takes on what is possibly gaming’s most iconic genre. Finding a […]

Explodemon Review

by David Roseon 01/04/2014
Some of the design choices are concessions to modernity, and whether you can stand the trends of modern game design will probably affect how much you like Explodemon. There is a great game in there, but you do need to wrangle to get at it. Wrangle Like Firecracker Laced Baboon!

Monochroma Release Announced

by Andrew Corbanon 05/03/2014
After a successful Kickstarter campaign and passing through Steam Greenlight, we can expect the stylishly atmospheric Monochroma to be with us soon courtesy of Turkish developers Nowhere Studios. Monochroma is a physics puzzle platformer with a cinematic visual style set in a dystopian alternate 1950s. The main hook of the game mechanics sees you needing […]

PS3 Game Review: Hell Yeah! Wrath of a Dead Rabbit – 6GPPs

by Stephen Breweron 11/02/2013
If like me, you’re sick of the depressing, Limbo-esque style 2D platformers, then this game is right up your alley. At the moment I am just playing the trial version, but am sorely tempted into buying the game when my time has run out. ‘Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit’ on the face seems […]