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Nine Witches: Family Disruption – Launch Trailer

When the Nazi’s release an ancient curse upon the world (typical), it’s up to Professor Krakovitz with his assistant Akiro Kagasawa to explore the Norwegian village of Sundäe and investigate. This delightful looking retro-style adventure title is Nine Witches: Family Disruption and looks like it comes with enough mad puzzle elements to please even the […]

Nothing to Fear @ EGX Rezzed 2018

During EGX Rezzed, Alex took a look at an adorable 2D point-and-click game about a little boogieman named Mush.

The Bunker @ Gamescom 2016

Kath checked out The Bunker and chatted to the friendly Splendy Games team about their unusual protagonist and live-action story.

Review: Broken Sword 5: The Serpents Curse

Tim thinks that technology has all but surpassed the point-and-click genre to the point of making it virtually redundant. Does that get your goat, Monsieur?

Review: Broken Age

Michael reviews Broken Age, a huge Kickstarter success aiming to revive the adventure game genre. Made by the legend that is Tim Schafer then surely this game will be absolutely hilarious? Read on to find out.

Review: Game of Thrones – Episode 5: A Nest of Vipers

This is the best episode of Game of Thrones to date – yet whether the player’s choices will genuinely influence the endgame is in question.

Review: Decay: The Mare

Whilst the story might be a bit hit-and-miss, Decay: The Mare will succeed in making you jump in fright.

Preview: Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today

How did Diarmuid spend his Valentine’s Day? Why, wandering a dystopian landscape looking for the remains of humanity of course.

Review: Game of Thrones: Episode 2 – The Lost Lords

With creeping foreboding in place of dramatic shocks, The Lost Lords strengthens the foundations rather than progresses the story.

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