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.Continue reading
This past weekend was the Indie Arena Booth for gamescom, showcasing games from 119 different devs across 33 countries. As an indie game enthusiast, I wanted to recap some of the games that caught my eye.Continue reading
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.Continue reading
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.Continue reading
Can you get away with murder? You can try in Overboard, a new visual novel game from inkle where you have just a few hours to get away with pushing your husband overboard.Continue reading
GolfTopia is a simulation game where you can design, build and manage your own futuristic golf course. I had the chance to give it a try and here are my initial thoughts.Continue reading
How to Win is an anarchic adventure/gaming experiment where anyone who plays can decide the rules of the world, and which direction the story goes. I played the first few chapters and here are my first impressions.Continue reading
It has been a while since I have shared some Kickstarter projects so, since I’ve been backing again, I figured I’d share a few!Continue reading
LudoNarraCon is a global, digital convention celebrating narrative video games, the talented people who make them, and the fans who love them, hosted on Steam. I had the honor of getting early access to the event and all of the featured games, and I am sharing what I think you should check out for yourself!Continue reading
Before March, and thus Women’s History Month, ends, I want to share some more games from women that you should play! This time it is all video games developed mostly or solely by women developers!Continue reading
Since we are in March, which is known for it’s Madness to happen, I decided I wanted to make a nerdier version for myself. So welcome to my March Madness! And our first bracket set is for video games.Continue reading
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.Continue reading
As a cat lover myself, I am often drawn to games that involve my favorite felines. So if there are any other cat lovers out there that are looking for some video games about them, here you go!Continue reading
Swim Out is a relaxing puzzle game where you play as a swimmer trying to swim to the pool’s exit while avoiding other swimmers and pool-goers. I gave it a go and wanted to share my first impressions.Continue reading
It has been a while since I shared a haul of any kind, and there were some great deals during Steam’s winter sale that I decided to take advantage of.Continue reading
I have done a few 30 challenges and tags lately and I thought it would be a fun concept for a gaming tag!Continue reading
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.Continue reading
For many, Halloween means horror. And what better way to get some scares than with horror games? Here are some suggestions of what you could play this Halloween.Continue reading
Have you ever wanted to be a villain? Maybe date a villain? You can do both in Lovingly Evil, a dating simulator for the wicked at heart. I gave the demo a play and have some thoughts to share.Continue reading
Video games are a fun way to spend your free time, but did you know that you can also learn something while gaming? Here are some great games that can teach you a new skill during your play time.Continue reading
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.Continue reading
A Fold Apart is a puzzle game where you play as a couple in a long distance relationship and fold paper in various ways to clear puzzles as they navigate the difficulties of being apart.Continue reading
I’ve recently had a second wind of playing Animal Crossing a bunch and been doing a huge design overhaul of my island. And with playing a bunch more again, I’ve come up with more things I wish the game had.Continue reading
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!Continue reading
Wind Peaks is a hidden object game where you help the scouts find all the missing objects in this fun and relaxing adventure of treasure hunt. I got to play the game early and share my thoughts with you all.Continue reading
Rising Lords is a turn-based medieval strategy game that is currently out on early access. With board and card game elements along with the turn-based system, I knew I wanted to give this one a try.Continue reading
Devolverland Expo is a first-person ‘marketing simulator’ set within an abandoned convention center after the annual Devolver Digital game expo was mysteriously canceled. Basically, Devolver turned their convention promos into a game! Devolver is one of my favorite developers so I immediately knew I wanted to explore this.Continue reading
Best Friends Forever is an upcoming dating sim all about dog lovers finding their human companions. Not only are you trying to woo others, but you also have to legitimately take care of your new dog. The demo is currently out so I gave it a try and here are my thoughts.Continue reading
Later Daters is a new dating visual novel where you play a senior citizen who has just moved to a retirement community. Will you find love so you don’t die alone or just get your kicks while the getting is still good?
Heaven’s Vault is a science fiction adventure game where you go on an archaeological investigation to find a missing colleague and discovers a mystery much bigger.
We have all seen those Never Have I Ever games. I decided to make a video game specific version. So have you done any of these?
I’m back with a Saturday Six and I am sharing six of my all-time favorite video games ever.
There are so many games out there it is impossible to play them all, but some are so popular it’s surprising to find someone who hasn’t tried it. Well, today’s Saturday Six is all about those beloved games I have never played myself.
Femida is a nonlinear point-and-click game about justice where you play the role of a judge. You preside over cases and make the final decision of each case, and your reputation will shift. You’re also trying to solve a mystery of your own: who killed your father.
All gamers have a backlog, so for today’s Saturday Six, I am sharing six games that have been in my backlog and really need to be played.
Last but not least for my MBTI video game series are the diplomats. INFJ, INFP, ENFJ, and ENFP are in this one!
It is time for the analysts! This post is for the INTJ, INTP, ENTJ, and ENTP’s out there!
The first group up in my MBTI game recommendations series are the Sentinels!
A while ago, I wrote a post with video game recommendations based on your zodiac sign. That post was so popular that I figured it would be fun to do something similar with another popular personality identifier: Myers-Briggs.
I recently wrote some suggestions for board games that video gamers should play. And now, I’m going to do the reverse! Here are some video games that I think board gamers will enjoy.
While there are some of us gamers that cross between video and board, others have their sides. So in an effort to get gamers to cross sides a bit, I have decided to do some recommendations. This post focuses on great board games for video gamers to try.
In Neo Cab from Fellow Traveler, you play as Lina who is a driver for this dystopian future’s Uber as she moves to Los Ojos. However, upon her arrival, her best friend goes missing, thus leaving Lina homeless and hunting for clues one passenger at a time. Continue reading
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.
Miracle Mia is a 2D Action-Platformer, heavily influenced by anime and Japanese video gaming culture, which follows characters using powerful “Miracle Weapons” to combat the evils working against them.
We’ve reached the final Hogwarts house of this series, the courageous Gryffindors. What games should the brave play? Read on to find out. Continue reading
The third house I’m covering for video games recommendations are the loyal Hufflepuffs! Continue reading