Articles with Indie tag
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Lost Ruins Review

Lost Ruins is Altari Games’ first project, successfully backed on Kickstarter in September of 2020. It is a different, unique game, combining different styles and mechanics and that alone is why I appreciated it so much. It is not perfect, and you probably need to be more than a casual gamer to fully appreciate it. When you start a new game, you’re welcomed with the wisest words I’ve seen in a long time: “Those interested in enjoying the story with minimal obstacles are encouraged to try the Accessible difficulty.” Looks like I missed that part, because I started my game at

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Dinner Date Review

Dinner Date is a Simulator game that features supposedly a date that features not breakfast nor lunch. It plays on your hope.This article will not only review the quality of the game but also a brief discourse of the genre as a whole and its mechanics in the place of the market. The screenshots are taken from the game's steam store as there are some issue taking pictures in-game.According to the developer himself, Jeroen Stout, this game began as a school project. It finally turned into a product on steam with a price tag that seems controversial to many. The price may

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Memories of a Vagabond Review

Few words about the gameMemories of a Vagabond may not be the best one RPG available on the market, but for sure is one of the most interesting ones around. You play the role of a young guy, whose soon-to-be wife was kidnapped, and your quest is to rescue her with help of allies you met on the way. Cliché, I know. One thing that surprised me was unique idea of "dying" and switching between souls, really liked that one. For me, it was quite enjoyable ride, especially that in past I used to play one RPG after another, so it

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Hare In The Hat Review

Few words about the gameReally great Point and Click game, full of puzzles and brain-teasers with pleasant soundtrack in the background. Your goal as a player is to solve a bunch of puzzles placed around the room to free a hare that is being kept by a magician. Personally I didn't play any puzzle game in a looong time, and it brought back so many memories from childhood that I just want to play more puzzles, riddles and adventure games like this one :DAdvantagesSounds and music is good and on pointPuzzles are fun to solve, and they're not too hard, what

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The Story of Henry Bishop - Review

The Story of Henry Bishop is an indie horror game filled with escape-room-esque puzzles that proves how ideas and execution are more important than technicality, in which the game shows a little more than conventional walking-horror but a lot less than a survival-horror, all made only by one kind mind with passion in horror.One Man's Passion for A Game's HorrorA horror game enthusiast would most likely be burnt out by now by the scares and sorrows dumped into the game as a couple of cheap tricks to get you convinced you are spending your money right. Nobody ever gets fooled by