ATOM RPG First look

What’s this? A game set in a post-apocalyptic world about the fallout of nuclear war that is filled with personality and color and it’s not being developed by Bethesda? Instead, ATOM RPG is an upcoming indie title by a group known as Atom Team. As of right now, they have

Eagle Island: The adventure of a boy and his avian friend.

Eagle Island is a game currently in development, but when playing the demo, it felt like a complete gaming experience. After exploring every available area, cave and desert, I can safely say I WANT MORE! Eagle Island was so incredibly fun I just couldn’t stop playing. During my time with

Zombie Teacher: A Tough as Nails Arcade Platformer

Zombie teacher is a head banger of a game that is as easy as counting to 1,000,000 in the time of a second! But just because of the extreme difficulty, does not mean this game should be counted out. I tried the demo of Zombie Teacher currently available on itch.io

Crystal Control 2: Bullet Hell

Crystal Control 2 is one of those games that seems simple to play at first but it is incredibly hard to master. From my experience playing this is most certainly true, the controls are simple to pick up but playing the game and winning it are entirely different feats. Described

Infinity Inc.: The Clone Wars

Have you ever thought about cloning yourself to avoid death? Well developers George and Helena Kobyakov have, and they are trying to make a game about it. Based in some sort of dystopian future, the game introduces a gun that can fire clones of yourself in order to complete tasks

Robonauts: Straight Shooting Fun

Robonauts is a game that shows perseverance. The game developers themselves have shown this, along with dedication and tenacity, in attempting to release the game. Initially launching a Kickstarter campaign in late 2016 which was cancelled whilst being partially funded. However, the game has continued in development undeterred. You, the player, also need perseverance

Gemstone Keeper: ASCII-ng For Trouble

Gemstone Keeper has brought back some very early memories for me. My very first gaming console was an Atari 2600 when I was very young. We didn’t have it for long; my parents weren’t impressed and it was swiftly swapped for a Sega Master System. However, the memories of 6-year-old