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Robin Hood - Sherwood Builders Review

I'll be honest, when I looked at the trailers and description of Robin Hood - Sherwood Builders, I didn't really think it's going to be anything that can hook me in, but boy was I wrong. The game is rough in a lot of places but the gameplay loop is so fun that you can just put the issues aside and not really focus on them. There are some things that need fixing as soon as possible and voice acting is straight up atrocious, put considering this is developers first game, I'm really exited to see what they're going to do

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Penny's Big Breakaway Review

Growing up in the 90s meant growing up when 3D platformers ruled the gaming scene. Games like Super Mario 64, Crash Bandicoot, Spyro, Banjo Kazooie have all been such masterpieces that you can fire them up even now, 20 to 30 years later and still have a blast with them because the games are just timeless. When I saw Penny's Big Breakaway shadow dropped and that it was a 3D platformer from the makers of Sonic Mania I was immediately interested and seeing the trailer made me even more excited to play it and review it, but unfortunately, the bugs and

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Vampire Hunters Review

Let's not beat around the bush, Vampire Hunters is Vampire Survivors but in first person. Ever since Vampire Survivors came out plenty of games tried to join the bandwagon of "bullet heaven" games and they all added their different spin on it to make it their own, Vampire Hunters is no different but the spin is that it's entirely in first person so the feeling you get when you play is basically half Vampire Survivors, and half Doom Eternal. Maps are arena styled, so it's a big circle with different pathways, some verticality and a bunch of spawning portals from which all

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SOS OPS! Review

SOS OPS! is a game reminiscent of games like Human Fall Flat, Gang Beasts, Unreliable Delivery Service etc. where it's simple in nature and gameplay, but the biggest thing you're fighting is the controls and the physics, the feature that makes this game different then all the other ones is only in the missions themselves. You'll start by helping somebody move in their new house, or saving cats from trees to fixing amusement park rides and hosing down fires.When I say you fight against the controls I do mean it. While it is a custom to make these types of games

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Computer Repair Shop Review

Do you enjoy fixing computers? Do you also enjoy ripping people off, hacking, and creating viruses? I have the game for you…kinda…While I do like the concept of Computer Repair Shop, it could definitely use some work. It’s both horrible and comical in several ways. The graphics leave me wishing they had tried a bit harder, and moving around makes me want to vomit at times, throat chop someone at others, and at really special times, both. This is even after trying to adjust the sensitivity, so good luck, and let me know if you find something that works. That said,

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Your Journey of Survival Review

Your Journey of Survival ReviewDeveloped and Published - Smartly Gophered GamesYour Journey of Survival is an open world, sandbox game, mixing together the best elements of FPS, Survival, and RPG games. Set in the year 2400, you awake in a world where everything is seemingly unknown and all of humanity & civilization must be rebuilt from the ground up.Where Dayz, Rust, and H1Z1 all meet together in one game. The only difference is that the graphics are amazingly beautiful.Embark on an epic journey across lush landscapes, with wild weather controls from Sunshine to heavy rain and storms.Build, eat, hunt and survive the harsh environments

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The Black Pool Review

The Black Pool ReviewDeveloper and Publisher - Smug Marmot StudiosIn the forest outside of town, four friends discover a mysterious black pool that transports them to an unknown world. To fight their way home, they must unlock and master supernatural abilities. Play cooperative or solo in this high-paced action game of skill that varies each session.Awakening from travelling to a whole new world, as you step out of the Black Pool.Proceed through various worlds, searching for a way home in this action-packed roguelike adventure.Cruise through countless enemy mechs and bosses, and bag yourself that one-way ticket back home, facing almost impossible challenges.Will you make

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House Builder Review

In House Builder, developed by FreeMind S.A., you take on the role of a one-man construction crew. Your goal is to travel around the world and build houses in many unique styles and from many different eras. The main strength of this game is in variety. You can build everything from mud huts in Africa to bamboo houses in a rainforest, construct a medieval castle, renovate a farm in America, or build an ecological house in Europe, that is powered by solar panels. Often your task is not only to build houses but also to procure building materials with a wide

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Genopanic Review

Metroidvanias have always been a genre that gave birth to a lot of indie hits, I've enjoyed my fair share of them but some were too much of a slog to go through as you usually hit that progression wall where the difficulty spikes so much you just give up and jump to the next game. Thankfully Genopanic is the good kind, where every time you die, you know that it was your fault and that you can pass the puzzle/boss/room if you're just a little bit more careful.One thing that you immediately see when you start playing is the fluidity

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Anomaly Agent Review

I am going to keep this review short and sweet - just like Anomaly Agent is, and say that this is probably one of the best indie games I've ever played. Every system in this game seems simple but has certain depth to it and the story is unique enough that it keeps you hooked throughout the four-five hour campaign.The start it simple, you're an agent tasked to get rid of some time anomalies that popped on in some places, but later on the story goes bonkers and at the end of the game you're presented with a choice that changes

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