Articles with Sci-Fi tag

The Entropy Centre Review

The Entropy Centre.DescriptionThink in reverse. Outsmart the impossible. A mind-bending first-person adventure where you solve ingenious and complex puzzles by rewinding objects through time.Awakening from what seems like an endless slumber, you arrive at the Entropy station, lost and confused you play as Aria, an upstart junior puzzle operative. Awakened by the sound of a TV, you progress through 15 mind-bending challenges and use some of that fine brain power that you have to complete each stage.Think in reverse as you bend and manipulate objects to perform a specific set of actions, make a couple of unexpected friends, and find out what


Somerville Review

Designed in utter secrecy for nearly a decade, Somerville is a tough beast to define. A sci-fi adventure with a minimalistic narrative focused on the intimate struggle of a daring father amidst a large-scale galactic conflict, it’s the kind of game that is best lived without any sort of spoilers or preconceived expectations. By the end of this epic journey, you’re left wondering what you have just witnessed, pondering on the subtext, and lingering for days on what exactly your character has experienced – and that’s the greatest compliment I can give to any game.Dad IssuesMistakenly described by most of the


IKO 39 Review

IKO 39DescriptionIKO 39 is an adventure sci-fi detective. Find out what happened at the station, which had lost contact with the Earth. Emie – the artificial intelligence of the station – will help you to solve the mystery. Space station IKO based on one of colonized planets has gone silent.Casey should find the cause of the failure.As soon as she arrives on the planet, she realizes that this is hardly the main problem of the colonists.Since her spaceship is malfunctioning too, Casey doesn’t have an opportunity to seek help from Earth.From now Casey is to find a way out from this difficult


It came from space and ate our brains Review

I swear I didn't mind pink before I played this game...It came from space and was all pink. The game doesn't quite deliver on the brains eating part. I mean it does say your brain was eaten when you die, but I was expecting something more from a game which has brain eating in its title. An animation that demonstrates how a brain is eaten on your character and what becomes of it afterwards? No, the pink aliens do eat brains, but for you they'll make a merciful exception and just kill you.Okay, maybe I am nitpicking. After all, It came


E.T. Armies Review

Few words about the gameE.T. Armies is quite a great indie shooter that shows us perfectly that game being independent, doesn't mean it has to be bad. The game is taking place in a sci-fi futuristic world, and you're a soldier on a mission to rise and defend it as good as you can. No, it doesn't live up to some amazing AAA shooter, but you will be positively surprised what indie developers are capable of.AdvantagesGraphics are polished and gorgeous, lots of lightning and reflections do their job perfectlyStory is maintained on an interesting level for most of the timeWell-made shooting

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