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Brian Gillett-Smith 31 posts 2 comments
Brian has been playing games for the last 25 years - yes, he's that old. When he's not gaming, Brian cycles, works, drinks coffee and sleeps... well, maybe not so much of that last one...
At a first glance, you might be forgiven in thinking Graveyard Keeper is just another ‘me-too’ Stardew Valley clone with a macabre theme slapped on. I can tell you right now, it’s really not. Graveyard Keeper is a quirky, isometric…
Chessaria The Tactical Adventure review — A chess RPG
Chessaria offers a variation on standard chess, with tactical treats and clear attention to detail.
The quest for a Switch-like PC
On the never-ending hunt for cost-cutting measures, we worked out what it would cost to get the Switch experience without getting a Switch.
How to Set up the Steam Link App to Work over the Internet
Want to play games anywhere, but frustrated that the Steam Link app only supports splay over a local network? Follow our handy guide to skirt around the issue.
Brew Town Review — Time to Craft Some Beer!
A superb casual game, gorgeous to look at and a delight to play. For the low, low price of free, we really can’t complain.
Northgard — a Viking Strategy Triumph
Northgard sees you chasing down your father's murderer across the newfound, titular continent. to bring about both justice and revenge.
Super Daryl Deluxe Review — A Fantastically Frantic Fun-Fest
A game so enjoyable and so addictive, I almost forgot to review it!
Alteric Review — A Lesson in Frustration
Alteric will probably appeal to gamers who really enjoy difficult and punishing 2D platformers, but sadly I am not one of them.
Review | FoxyLand
FoxyLand is a cute, yet devilishly tricky, 2D platform game from BUG Studio. In it, you take control of Foxy the Fox as he traverses levels, collecting cherries and gems in order to rescue his true love.
Review | Grotto
Control the elements in this short but sweet 2D platformer.