Review – No Regerts: The Game of Art and Poor Life Choices

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Designers: David Petrie Publisher: Poisonfish Games Year: 2017 MSRP: $24.99 Players: 2-6 Play Time: 25 minutes Ages: 8+ Rules Available Online: Video BGG: No Regerts: The Game of Art and Poor Life Choices Prelude There’s nothing like the feeling of a getting a new tattoo. There’s excitement, a little anxiety, some pain, then the payoff of seeing your new ink in the flesh. Literally. The best part? …

Review – Rain World

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Developer: Videocult Publisher: Adult Swim Games Year: 2017 Platform: Steam, PS4 MSRP: $19.99 Prelude In a world constantly flooded by rain, a slugcat and its family are separated. The journey to be reunited with them is through a hostile world filled with predators, a changing environment, lack of food, and, of course, floods. Welcome to Rain World. Play In Rain …

Review – Flinthook

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Developer: Tribute Games Publisher: Tribute Games Year: 2017 Platform: Steam,PS4, Xbox One MSRP: $14.99 Prelude If you read my “[5 Tips When Starting Flinthook(http://pawnsperspective.com/5-Tips-When-Starting-Flinthook/)]” article, you already have a bit of an idea about Tribute Game’s latest offering. Flinthook is an action-platform with roguelike elements where you speed through procedurally generated ships using a grappling hook, plasma gun, and Chronobelt …

Review – Lost Castle

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Developer: Hunter Studio Publisher: Another Indie Year: 2016 Platform: Steam MSRP: $9.99 Prelude It’s been a while since I first wrote about Lost Castle. Developed by Hunter Studio and published by Another Indie, Lost Castle is a cute brawler with roguelike elements. Of course being cute is just a ruse to lull you into the brutal fight for your life …

Review – Aaero

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Developer: Mad Fellows Publisher: Reverb Triple XP Year: 2017 Platform: PS4, Steam,Xbox One MSRP: $14.99 Prelude There was a time when rhythm-action games were all the rage. Over time, with a lack of spectacular titles, the shine kind of faded on the genre. Mad Fellows set out to change that with Aaero, a twin-stick shooter/rhythm-action game mashup. Published by Reverb …

Review – Slime San

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Developer: Fabraz Publisher: Headup Games Year: 2017 Platform: PC MSRP: $11.99 Prelude A Steam key for Slime-San just showed up in a press release one day. Sometimes when this happens I either ignore it or install the game and promptly forget about it. Slime-San caught my attention with its interesting graphic design, 2D platforming goodness, and a promise of all …

Review – 88 Heroes

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Developer: Bitmap Bureau Publisher: Rising Star Games Year: 2017 Platform: PC / PS4 / Xbox One MSRP: $14.99 Prelude OK. I normally don’t do this, but it’s just too perfect of an introduction to a game to not. From 88 Heroes store page: “It’s 8:08am on 8th August 1988, and the evil Dr. H8 has brought the world to the …

Review – Warlock’s Tower

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Developer: Midipixel Publisher: Whippering Year: 2017 Platform: Steam, iOS, Google Play MSRP: $9.99 (Steam) / $1.99 (Mobile) Prelude I’ve been sitting on this review of Warlock’s Tower for too long, mostly because I thought I had already written it! Developed by Minipixel and published by Whippering for Steam, iOS, and Google Play, Warlock’s Tower tries to capture the look and …

Review – Alwa’s Awakening

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Prelude I actually found Alwa’s Awakening while requesting a review key for another game about a month or so ago. I was immediately drawn by two things: the art direction and the tag “Metroidvania” attached to the game’s description. Intrigued, I requested a key. Down the rabbit hole, I went into a nostalgic ecstasy of exploration, platforming, and amazing craftsmanship. …