No Longer Home Review

No Longer Home is a game about letting go of the life you’ve built due to circumstances beyond your control, where you play as Ao and Bo, a non-binary pair of friends on the precipice of post-graduate life and having to make tough decisions. I was given the opportunity to review the game and here are my thoughts.

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First Look: CRASH: Autodrive

CRASH: Autodrive puts players in the of shoes of Emily Knight, a down & out college student who must investigate a murder with three strangers after the self-driving Autocab they are in hits and kills a cyclist. I got the chance to give the game a try and here are my thoughts.

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Indoorlands Review

Become the most successful park entrepreneur by decorating your ride halls and decoration halls, designing your rides and choosing between different stores and restaurants to make guests their happiest in Indoorlands. As both a theme park fan and a tycoon game aficionado, I knew I had to give this game a review.

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First Look: Buildings Have Feelings Too!

Buildings Have Feelings Too! is a puzzle city-builder where the buildings have come alive. Players must grow their city whilst making sure the individual buildings thrive, or risk them being demolished forever. Here is my first impression of the game.

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Rhythm Hive Season 1 Review

Rhythm Hive is officially out and having its first season! They made quite a few changes and added a bunch of new things since I did my pre-season first look, so I’m now giving a full review of the game in the current season!

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Don’t Get Bit Review

Don’t Get Bit is a turn-based strategy game set in the zombie apocalypse. You play as the sarcastic 18-year-old Cassie who is armed with only her own wits and a kitchen knife as she starts her journey to reach her uncle’s farm for safety. Turn-based strategy is one of my favorite genres so I happily tried this game and am sharing my thoughts on it.

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Meeting in the Flesh Review

Meeting in the Flesh is a horror-themed visual novel about building a relationship with other monsters by a solar eclipse. I learned about this game from the Racial Justice bundle on itch.io and knew it was perfect to review in October.

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Spiritfarer Review

Spiritfarer is a cozy management game about death where you play as Stella, the new spiritfarer who must escort wayward spirits to their final passing through the Everdoor. I’ve been waiting for this game for a while so I was very excited to play it and I have a bunch of opinions.

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Proslife Joy-Cons Review

I recently started having the dreaded Joy-Con drift happening on my original Joy-Cons and it got to the point that it was very annoying and getting them fixed was a pain. So I did some searching and found this third-party pair that I decided to get and give you a review of!

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Eliza Review

Eliza is a visual novel set in the Seattle tech scene focusing on the AI counseling app Eliza and one of its creators, Evelyn. Mental health meets technology in this story and we play as Evelyn to help her decide what is right and wrong, and what is best for her.

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Conglomerate 451 Review

Conglomerate 451 is a cyberpunk first-person dungeon crawler where the world has been taken over by four big business industries working against the government. You are the director of a government agency that lead squads of clones into the dregs of the city to complete missions in order to save the city from its dystopian demise.

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Play Disney Review

During my past couple of trips to Disneyland, I have seen the signs promoting Play Disney. Play Disney is an activity app with games you can play in the park and earn achievements. So on my most recent trip, I decided to give it a go for myself.

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Speed Dating for Ghosts Review

Being a ghost gets pretty lonely after a while. In Speed Dating for Ghosts, you try to alleviate your loneliness through the magic of short conversations with strangers. And if you hit it off with one at the end, you’ll get a date out of it. But ghosts have unique motives and eccentricities that make this a lot more interesting.

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Emoji Charades Review

I have had a lot of fun playing party games with friends and family over the years. And it is always great to see a new one to try, especially if you’ve been playing the same ones for a while. So when I got sent Emoji Charades, I definitely wanted to try it. Continue reading

Idle Theme Park Review

I have been playing a lot of idle mobile games lately. Idle mobile games are games, most often a tycoon or simulator style, that will continue to play while you are offline. Usually, the offline gameplay is just resource generation. So this particular game is all about managing a theme park. Continue reading

Monument Valley Review

Monument Valley is a relaxing puzzle mobile game from ustwo studio where you play as Ida, who must solve the monument puzzles to unlock her story. From the outside, it looks like a very simple game, but there is much more to it once you begin playing. Continue reading

The World Next Door Review

I recently finished playing The World Next Door, which is a narrative-driven, action-adventure game. We play as Jun, a human that wins a special lottery to visit the planet Emrys. However, things go awry when she gets trapped on Emrys and is trapped, which could lead to her death. Continue reading

Furistas Cat Cafe Review

I am a lover of cats and a tycoon-style game player so when I saw other’s talking about Furistas Cat Cafe I was intrigued at the idea of running a cat cafe. And as I do with trying out new mobile games, I’ve got to share my thoughts with you all. Continue reading

Gris Review

I first saw Gris when I first got my Switch as it was available as a pre-order and released shortly after, and I was entranced by the artwork and knew I had to play it. And I first tried it during my 12 Days of Gaming, and with that taste, I knew I had to play through this entire game and share my thoughts. Continue reading

Wandersong Review

Wandersong, a puzzle-platformer by Greg Lobanov and Humble Bundle, was one of the games I played during my 12 Days of Gaming. And yes, I am just now getting to the review of it. This charming game is not usually my style of video games, but I decided to take a chance on it on the Switch. Continue reading

Megaquarium Review

I got into a tycoon-style game kick recently and went searching for games to fill that need like Roller Coaster Tycoon does for me. I had seen some content about Megaquarium before, so I decided to give this aquarium builder a go. Continue reading

Ruya Review

This game was provided for free by the developers for review

Ruya is a calming puzzle game created by Miracle Tea Studios where you complete Candy Crush-esque puzzles in a tranquil land as Ruya gives you the icons to match and you decorate her with flowers. While very simple on the outside, there is more to it than just matching icons.  Continue reading

Armello Mobile Review

It has finally happened: Armello has made it’s way to mobile, and more specifically to Android. I’ve been waiting for this day since they first mentioned an iOS version of my favorite game. So you know I have to review the mobile version, and it has some very interesting differences between the PC version.  Continue reading

Monster Prom Review

You know the stress of trying to find the perfect prom date? As if high school wasn’t hard enough for us humans, imagine trying to find a date at Spooky High School for the Monster Prom. Well, that is exactly what you are trying to do in Monster Prom, and it’s a pretty wacky adventure. Continue reading

Night in the Woods Review

This is a spoiler-free review

So I am pretty notorious for not finishing longer, story games because I don’t have the time (major sad face) but Night in the Woods is one of the few that I have completed from start to finish and I have a lot of thoughts and feelings about this game. So here is my review! Continue reading