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Draw Chilly

Raise Hell As Draw Chilly Launches Today

Draw Chilly comes to PC and Nintendo Switch today and indie developer Azamatika is about to challenge players to get the hell out of trouble. Brought to life by the same team as Grim Reaper Simulator ...

Sea Salt Review

Sea Salt Review for PC

The Lovecraftian mythos has been all the rage in board and video games for the past decade or so, and Sea Salt looks hops aboard this trend like a diseased, possessed rat.  The game features an RTS-li...

6.5 Fair
growtopia

Growtopia Branching Out Onto Nintendo Switch In July

After a reasonable success on a multitude of platforms, Growtopia is coming to Nintendo Switch and it should arrive on the mobile platform on 18 July. Growtopia is a rather inventive MMORPG. Acquired ...

hayfever

Hayfever Is Pollen No Punches in 2020

Hayfever is dreadful, except when its s cute retro game. Zordix Publishing has just announced they are bringing this 2D platformer to PC and Console next spring. Due out in Q1 2020, Hayfever is the wo...

Sparklite

Sparklite Gets A Collectible Signature Edition

We already know Sparklite is going to drop some epic loot. Now, it appears publisher Merge Games is out to ensure that this is the case with the new that Sparklite is getting a collectible Signature E...

octopath traveler

Octopath Traveler Strolls Onto PC

Octopath Traveler, the gorgeous turn-based title from Square Enix has finally reached its intended destination. Occtopath Traveler is out on PC. After reaching the Nintendo Switch during 2018 the uniq...

Katana Zero Review – Slicing it’s way to your heart

Devolver Digital is great with publishing games that are either way out there or a beautiful indie gem and some things in between. Katana Zero comes from developer Akiisoft as a stylized action platfo...

9.5 Amazing
CrossCode

ARPG CrossCode is coming to Switch

If you love SNES era visuals mixed with smooth action RPG’s then buckle up Switch Fans, because the beloved PC title CrossCode is coming your way. It’s a beautiful mix of new and old. CrossCode ...

Our VideoKid Review is a Retro Riot

For those of you that are too young to remember the eighties, it was equal parts wretched and utterly amazing. The hair, the clothes, and the narrowly averted world-ending nuclear warfare were all pro...

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