Tag Archives: puzzle

The Sexy Brutale gets a new trailer and release date

Tequila Works and Cavalier Game Studios have released the first gameplay trailer for their upcoming murder mystery, puzzle game The Sexy Brutale. We also have a release date for this co-production between RiME creator Tequila Works and UK-based developer Cavalier Game Studios, April 12th. The trailer features elderly priest Lafcadio Boone, who is attempting to […]

Nearly time to Rise and Shine

Developers Adult Swim Games and Super Awesome Hyper Dimensional Mega Team have released a launch trailer for their new title Rise and Shine. Adult Swim Games have been known to release little quirky games, Rise and Shine looks like it’s keeping that theme in a side scrolling puzzle type shooter. Check the trailer below. As […]

Death Squared announced for early 2017

Death squared is a cooperative puzzle game from SMG Studio where defenseless robots must navigate a maze filled with deadly traps and ally-killing hazards, will feature Xbox One-exclusive levels when it launches early 2017. The cooperative puzzled game looks great with team work being the most important element to set the little robots free from the hazards […]

G Prime: Into the Rain review

Usually when you start a new game, you have a bit of an idea on what it could be about and what type of experience you’ll have when you start playing it. With G Prime: Into the Rain, I was confused from the outset. Described by the developers, Soma Games, as a ‘Steampunk Slingshot Puzzler […]

Resident Evil Zero HD Remaster review

The Resident Evil series’ evolution towards action hasn’t gone down well with long-time fans who enjoyed the much slower pace and scarier atmosphere of the original titles. Fortunately, however, the Nintendo Gamecube gave rise to the reincarnation of that original design philosophy, as well as the re-emergence of the original Resident Evil, complete with fancy […]

Lovely Planet review

Lovely Planet from QuickTequila and TinyBuild Games can best be described as a twitch shooter, but to limit it to such is to do it an injustice.  With a somewhat minimalistic story, it falls on the other components with which to endear itself to you. The overall premise is decidedly simple. Make it to the […]

Puzzle Game of the Year

The year is coming to a close and so it’s time once again to take a look back at all the great games that have been released in 2015. Every day up until the end of the year we’ll be revealing our top three games from a number of different categories, all the way up […]

Adventure Time: Finn and Jake Investigations review

When I heard that a brand new Adventure Time title was making its way to the Xbox One, I was beyond delighted and was even happier to hear that it was an adventure-puzzle game – one of my favourite genres. I had missed out on previous titles due to numerous reasons, and had to get my […]

Magnetic: Cage Closed review

In the future, where the world is on the verge of total nuclear war, victory at all costs is the buzz phrase for warden Keene, the man in charge of Facility 7. This complex houses the preeminent research of Curiatis Corporation in the continuous cold war against an unseen enemy. On the verge of all out […]

Octodad Dadliest Catch Review

I was warned beforehand, but I failed to grasp how viral it truly was. Day and night it now dances around my subconscious like Bez at a Happy Monday’s reunion party. Of course, I’m referring to the frustratingly catchy theme tune for Octodad : Dadliest Catch. (Damn you Ian McKinney) Octodad: Dadliest Catch is the […]