Dave Adamson



Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight review

Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight is a retro 2D scrolling platformer, and that pretty much says it all. There’s a plethora of this type of game out for the current generation of consoles – garish looking, 8-bit games with high definition audio, easy to handle gameplay reliant on button bashing and simplistic storylines. That, however, doesn’t make it great. Sure, there’s the nostalgia of...



88 Heroes review

88 heroes have 88 minutes to get through 88 levels to defeat Dr H8 and save the world. The only problem… some of the heroes are a bit on the rubbish side. Rising Star Games present a chaotic retro 2D side scroller reminiscent of Jet Set Willy and Manic Miner from the 8-bit era of gaming. With each hero randomly generated, there’s a wide roster of possible characters with increasingly odd, occasion...



Trulon: The Shadow Engine review

A turn based combat game set in a world of magic and steampunk, with cartoonishly adorable characters and quests that aren’t too taxing, Trulon: The Shadow Engine is a charming delight, but not without its flaws. Tripudia, the land in which Trulon is set, is being besieged by monsters and Gladia, along with her ever growing entourage of helpers, have been tasked with using their special skills to ...