Review: The Mooseman

An intriguing title, and an even more intriguing story… The Mooseman is an narrative-driven 2D, adventure from developer Morteshka and published by Sometimes You. If you are looking for touchpoints for this game, this game sits firmly in between the gameplay style of Limbo, and the deep cultural narrative offered by a game like Never Alone.… Continue reading Review: The Mooseman

Review: The Inner World plays like a song on the wind

A bizzare realm found at the bottom of a large dome. Guardians of the three vents through which life-saving air flows. A young man who finds himself at the center of a conspiracy to gain control over everything. Oh… and plenty of wacky puzzles to solve.   This is Asposia, the setting for The Inner… Continue reading Review: The Inner World plays like a song on the wind

Review: The Final Station

  “Ride like the wind” The Final Station is the new adventure-hybrid title from developer, Do My Best (solid company name btw), and published by tinyBuild. Let’s get one thing out of the way right up front. Yes, there is train traveling through what appears to be the end of the world, but No, it is nothing like Snowpiercer.… Continue reading Review: The Final Station

Review: Armikrog

Armikrog’s art style is nearly unmistakable. From the creative mind of Doug TenNapel, in collaboration with Pencil Test Studios, Armikrog is a classic style point-and-click adventure game that uses handcrafted environments and stop motion animation to create a weird and unique world. For those unfamiliar with Doug TenNapel, he has had a hand in various creative endeavors since the early 90’s, but… Continue reading Review: Armikrog

Review: MISSING An Interactive Thriller: Episode One

  All the awesomeness of a 90’s FMV puzzle adventure without the pesky CD-ROMS! Growing up a fan of games like The 7th Guest and Jedi Knight, there’s always been a special place in my gaming heart for full motion video (FMV). Games like Heavy Rain and LA Noire create strong relationships between nearly live… Continue reading Review: MISSING An Interactive Thriller: Episode One