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Review: NMBR 9

Chris reviews Peter Wichmann’s NMBR 9, an enjoyable tile-laying puzzle game for up to four players – perfect for when you have 20 minutes to spare.

Review: Q.U.B.E: Director’s Cut

The main problem Calum has with Q.U.B.E. Directors Cut is how he’s supposed to address it. Is Qube okay?

Review: I am Bread

Simon played I am Bread, a game where you drive your owner insane and flop around with a piece of toast.

Preview: Agent Alice

It was a day like any other, I took my coffee the same way I always did but this morning, it tasted a little different;

Nebulous

Nebulous is a humorous looking sci-fi physics-based puzzle game where players take the role of an astronaut, who’s been sucked into a wormhole and must escape by completing puzzles. It’s coming to PC sometime this year, with Oculus Rift support and a PlayStation 4 port also in the works.

Review: Lemmings Touch

Lemmings take a nosedive off of a cliff… and land squarely on the Vita. Touch controls, ahoy!

Preview: 0RBITALIS

Ludum Dare 28’s theme, ‘You Only Get One’, inspired developer Alan Zucconi to create 0RBITALIS, a puzzle game come gravity simulation set in outer space.

Review: Fez

Fez is an absolute masterpiece. My only complaint is the fact I didn’t play it sooner.

Review: The Inner World

If you appreciate a traditional point-and-click adventure bundled up in charm and spirit, The Inner World is a quick but joyful game bursting with playful dialogue and a host of unusual characters.

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