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Alien Stars

I recently bought and finished Alien Stars by Awem Studio. The fact that I bought it should tell you something – this game is cool and addictive. It’s a vertically […]

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Professor Fizzwizzle

Innovative, ingenious, frustrating and addictive are some words that come to mind when trying to sum up Professor Fizzwizzle, a downloadable Indie PC game by Grubby Games. It’s fair to […]

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Star Monkey

OK, so what can you tell about this game from it’s name? That it’s got stars in it? Yep. That it’s got monkeys in it? Uh, no it hasn’t actually. […]

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Scuba in Aruba

OK, this is only a quick review of Scuba in Aruba (aka Kenny’s Adventure) because I only played the demo – although I did play it intensely for a full […]

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Ricochet Lost Worlds: Recharged

Rebound Lost Worlds – Recharged is downloadable a bat ‘n’ ball game (Arkanoid clone) for PCs made by Reflexive Arcade. Strangely it’s called “Rebound” by Real Arcade and “Ricochet” by […]

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New Super Mario Bros

Well it`s been a long time coming but Nintendo has finally seen the light and have returned Mario to his roots, 2D platforming. Now don`t get me wrong the recent […]

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Nintendo DS

Small, sleek and sexy. No I`m not talking about the Sony PSP but rather the new Nintendo DS Lite. As one of the few people who actually appreciated the retro look of the original DS I was a little apprehensive about whether or not to actually go and buy what I suspected was just a simple facelift but let me […]

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King Kong

A few weekends ago I bought, played, and completed the new King Kong videogame. It rocked! As with all Ubisoft games it’s visually stunning – I went for the GameCube version and it has to be one of the prettiest games on the console. The water and fire effects in particular are very cool. In gameplay terms it doesn’t disappoint […]

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Prince of Persia: Two Thrones

I’m a huge fan of Prince of Persia, Sands of Time. It was a visual feast using glowing pastels colours to bring the magic of an Arabian adventure to life. There was a story that was told mainly through the gameplay and, for once, it was a story that didn’t suck (something Ubi Soft seem quite good at). The gameplay, […]