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Flowing Lights mini-review

Bolstered by a minimalistic visual delivery and a soundtrack that sounds like Depeche Mode B-sides, Flowing Light’s 200 bite-sized action-puzzles ooze creativity. But tedium might set in before you’ve completed the bulk of them. With ...

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Buildings Have Feelings Too! review

Buildings Have Feelings Too! wants you to have pity on aging structures and help them realize their ambitions. It’s a noble pursuit undermined by an ambiguous teaching, a clunky user interface, and a handful of ...

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Delicious! Pretty Girls Mahjong Solitaire review

Boosting cheesecake portraits and some delectable tile-matching, Delicious! Pretty Girls Mahjong Solitaire is rather delectable, especially for its six-dollar price. Thanks to the efforts of EastAsiaSoft, Zoo’s PC titles seem to be making their way ...

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Adventures of Pip review

Evolve from a single-pixel block to a stalwart, sword-swinging sprite in Adventures of Pip. It’s an enjoyable five-hour jaunt, but don’t be surprised if you find yourself yearning for more variation. As the game industry ...

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Catherine Full Body (Switch) review

Catherine heads to the Switch with a proficient port that captures all the romantic tension, surreal puzzling, and competitive climbing of the PlayStation 4 iteration. Since the Vita version never got localized here, this marks ...

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Biped review

Even if online play gets added, like the developer have pledged, Biped is best enjoyed by local partners. Those seeking a solitary experience can find a myriad of better puzzle-based platformers. After flailing through Octodad: ...

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Mr. Driller DrillLand review

Mr. Driller DrillLand furnishes the 2002 Gamecube title with faultless high-definition makeover. It’s arguably the energetic excavator’s best outing, with a multitude of intriguing modes that ensure longevity. Susumu Hori hasn’t had the easiest life. ...

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Evan’s Remains review

Give the affordably priced Evan’s Remains about three hours of your time and you’ll find a succession of pretty good puzzle. You’ll find a worthwhile plotline that asks just a few more questions then and ...

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La-Mulana 1 & 2 review

Tougher than a Four Dollar Steak ‘Trial and error’ based gameplay isn’t for everyone. For some, approaching a puzzle and attempting new techniques until a solution is found can be frustrating. If you’re the type ...

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Incredible Mandy review

Putting the word “Incredible” in the title of your game kindles lofty expectations. With the release of Incredible Mandy for the Nintendo Switch, Tianjin-based Dotoyou Games almost makes good on that pledge, at least during ...

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