Game Review: Always Sometimes Monsters

Always Sometimes Monsters is a masterpiece of a game that I’ve enjoyed on both the PC and my mobile device, and while both experiences have been a little different it can’t be denied that it was a tremendous experience either way. Anyway, some basic information about the game, it was released for the PC on … Continue reading Game Review: Always Sometimes Monsters

Game Review: Resonance

Resonance was released on June 19th 2012 and even today it’s still one of my favourite games, it was developed by XII Games and Published by Wadjet Eye Games, who actually developed another awesome game I’ve reviewed called Emerald City Confidential and you can check out that review here. Resonance is a third person point … Continue reading Game Review: Resonance

Game Review: Roommates

Roommates is a Ren'Py based visual novel and dating/romance game from Winter Wolves, a game developer, I was lucky enough in fact to get an interview with Celso Riva the person behind Winter Wolves and Roommates which you can check out here. Anyway, Roommates, as I said up top is a visual novel, it was … Continue reading Game Review: Roommates

Interview with Celso Riva (Winter Wolves/Roommates)

First off, tell me about yourself? And how you got into game designing? My name is Celso Riva and I'm 45 years old indie developer from Italy. I got into game design/coding when I was about 16-17, then went to work for a small local gaming company (was around 1994-95). Then around 2003-04 I discovered … Continue reading Interview with Celso Riva (Winter Wolves/Roommates)

Game Review: Don’t Take It Personally, Babe, It Just Ain’t Your Story

I was eager to play this game after playing Digital: A Love Story (and if you want to check out my review of that then click here) a previous game by Christine Love, and one that was both her breakout game, and to which this game was considered a "a spiritual sequel of sorts” because … Continue reading Game Review: Don’t Take It Personally, Babe, It Just Ain’t Your Story

Game Review: Digital: A Love Story

So I first played this game back in 2012, which by then already made it an older game, but even if I’d played it today I still feel I’d have enjoyed it. It is by no means perfect but even though it was relatively brief, it was nonetheless a rich piece of gaming that I … Continue reading Game Review: Digital: A Love Story

Interview with Christine Love (Love Conquers All Games)

First off, tell me about yourself? and for those unfamiliar with you can you tell me a little about the type of work you do? I'm Christine Love, the co-founder of Love Conquers All Games. The sorts of games we make tend to be a little different every time—for example, in the past we made … Continue reading Interview with Christine Love (Love Conquers All Games)

Game Review: Hot Tin Roof – The Cat That Wore a Fedora

Hot Tin Roof: The Cat That Wore a Fedora is an adventure platformer which was released on the 20th February 2015 by indie developer and publisher Glass Bottom Games. I was actually lucky enough to get an interview with the designer Megan Fox and you can check that out here. So before I move onto … Continue reading Game Review: Hot Tin Roof – The Cat That Wore a Fedora

Interview with Megan Fox (Hot Tin Roof: The Cat That Wore a Fedora)

First off tell me about yourself and about Glass Bottom Games? Glass Bottom Games is the studio I founded back when LEGO Universe shuttered, which is about 8 years ago now. I'd been working in games for 6 years prior to that, and I was a senior graphics programmer. Now I'm do everything person. I … Continue reading Interview with Megan Fox (Hot Tin Roof: The Cat That Wore a Fedora)

Interview with Dave Gilbert (Emerald City Confidential)

First off, tell me about yourself? Hi! I’m Dave Gilbert, head of Wadjet Eye Games. I’m 42 years old, live in Brooklyn with my wife and kid, and have been a full-time indie dev since 2006. What games do you remember most from your childhood, and do you feel they influence/influenced how you make games? … Continue reading Interview with Dave Gilbert (Emerald City Confidential)

Game Review: Emerald City Confidential

Emerald City Confidential is a truly spectacular game Developed by Wadjet Eye Games (who also developed Resonance) and Published by PlayFirst, on February 19th 2009. I was lucky enough to get an Interview with Dave Gilbert, the designer behind the game, so if you want to find out a little more about him and Emerald … Continue reading Game Review: Emerald City Confidential

Interview with Mauricio García (The Last Door)

First off, tell me about yourself? Hi, I’m Mauricio García, producer of Blasphemous and CEO of the studio. I’m formerly a game programmer, I was actually the programmer behind The Last Door, our previous game. Tell me about The Game Kitchen and about the team that works there? The Game Kitchen is a relatively small … Continue reading Interview with Mauricio García (The Last Door)

Game Review: The Last Door (Season 1)

I first came across The Last Door when I was having a nostalgia day and looking for old flash games I played when I was younger, this led me to the Deeper Sleep series, and you can check out my reviews of those games here, here and here. Anyway, after I played those games I … Continue reading Game Review: The Last Door (Season 1)

Interview with Kevin Beimers (Schrödinger’s Cat And The Raiders Of The Lost Quark)

First off, Tell me about yourself? And tell me a little about Italic Pig and what it’s like to work there? I got into the Northern Irish games scene by way of animation. About 12 years ago I moved to Northern Ireland from Canada to be an art director for an animated children’s series. That … Continue reading Interview with Kevin Beimers (Schrödinger’s Cat And The Raiders Of The Lost Quark)

Game Review: Schrödinger’s Cat And The Raiders Of The Lost Quark

I first came across this game in a Hey Ash, Whatcha Playin'? (HAWP) video, which you can check out here if you’re interested, and I strongly suggest you do because HAWP are awesome, but anyway enough unrelated promotion, when I saw the video on their channel I was immediately taken in by the quirky design, the … Continue reading Game Review: Schrödinger’s Cat And The Raiders Of The Lost Quark