Mac Archive

  • Indie Quickie: Puzzle Galaxies

    What is it and who made it? A jewel matching puzzler made by Evermore Game Studios and published by Sometimes You. What platforms is it on and how much does it cost? Grab it from Steam (PC/Mac) for just $0.99. How much did we play? […]

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  • Behold Aer’s Ethereal Beauty

    Aer, Forgotten Key’s “explore by bird” adventure game that I could stare at all day long, is soaring high amongst the clouds with a new gameplay trailer ahead of its appearance at PAX East this weekend. Published by Daedalic Entertainment, Aer takes flight this September […]

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  • Review: Alphabeats: Master Edition

    Break out your best dance shoes and a thick dictionary, boys and girls, because your vocabulary is about to have a serious groove busted on it. Alphabeats is a word spelling action-puzzle game in the guise of familiar music games like Guitar Hero or Rock […]

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  • Review: Shooting Stars

    Hey, I just shot Donald Trump–ermmm, I mean ‘Ronald Grump’–in the face with a laser-eyed cat! Now there’s a sentence I never would have imagined writing in my lifetime. It’d fit right in with one of Conan O’Brien’s “Things That Have Never, Ever Been Said” […]

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  • Review: Ninja Senki DX

    Originally a freeware game dating back to 2010 (you can still download it here), Ninja Senki is back in a freshly minted release for PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita, now with a ‘DX’ in the title. Turns out that ‘DX’ makes a world of […]

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  • Review: Pulse

    Pixel Pi’s Pulse, Kickstarted all the way back in 2013, is an innovative adventure game that tells the story of a girl by the name of Eva. Eva is blind. But even though she lost her sight at a young age, she has mastered the […]

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  • Review: Rebel Galaxy

    I often look back on my early PC gaming years and think about a little known (these days at least) sci-fi role-playing adventure game that could be described in some ways as a precursor to one of the largest modern space franchises, Mass Effect. My […]

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  • Review: Spooky Bonus

    Bringing the sort of mass produced puzzle gameplay found in droves on casual game portals and mobile app stores to the Steam marketplace, Spooky Bonus arrives just in time for All Hallows’ Eve to give gamers a match-3 high that, like a pumpkin pail full […]

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  • Accessory Review: Logitech G410 Atlas Spectrum Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

    Logitech’s G910 Orion Spark and G710/G710+ are among the upper echelon of modern mechanical gaming keyboards, but like most keyboards they tend to take up valuable desk real estate and can be quite bulky to move around. That’s where the new G410 Atlas Spectrum steps […]

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  • Accessory Review: Razer Mamba Tournament Edition Gaming Mouse

    This year, Razer has introduced the Mamba Tournament Edition as one of the new breeds in the company’s consistently awesome arsenal of snake-inspired gaming mice. The Mamba TE comes in around mid-range on the price scale–it sells for $89.99–but even without some of the bells […]

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