Meet Bjorn Thonen, a slightly less-than-average Parisian antique shop owner with a crush on his neighbour and a penchant for eating things off the floor. After coming home drunk and falling asleep one night, Bjorn gets a rather large bump on the head and a phone call that will change his life forever. Waking up,… Read more Review | Demetrios – The BIG Cynical Adventure

Ginger: Beyond the Crystal is a 3D adventure platformer. You play as Ginger, a being created by a goddess-inhabited stone idol and raised by guardians in the forest. Until now, the goddess has kept peace throughout the world using a network of crystals. However, a mysterious evil has used a jewel to render the goddess… Read more Review | Ginger: Beyond the Crystal

The Tale of Doris and the Dragon is a charming tale of the recently deceased Doris and her journey through Limbo in search of her husband, Albert. However, the path to reunification does not run smooth; luckily Norb, an administration assistant, and also a dragon, is on hand to help out. As you progress towards… Read more Review | The Tale of Doris and the Dragon – Episode 1

Detective Hayseed – Hollywood is a point-and-click adventure game by czech developers Zima Software and published by Mamor Games. The list of this year’s Oscar winners has been stolen, and, for some reason, President Obama himself wants you on the case, despite an apparent lack of qualifications, experience or even basic morals. You must puzzle your… Read more Review | Detective Hayseed – Hollywood

Everything is black. A voice speaks to you, gradually a woman appears and the world starts to come into focus. You’re in a hospital bed, no idea who or where you are, and no recollection of how you got there. Currently you know three things: The woman is an AI, you’re running out of oxygen, and you… Read more Review | The Mind’s Eclipse

Anyone who knows me well, or at all, or has read my bio at the bottom of this page, knows that I love a good point-and-click adventure game. There was a time when these were thin on the ground, but there seems to have been a recent resurgence in the genre, and that’s definitely OK… Read more Review | Kelvin and the Infamous Machine

Meet Sam, a rich brat who has never done and honest day’s work in his life, and is about to be broken up with by his long-suffering girlfriend for forgetting her birthday for the third time and will continue on to have the worst day of his life. After being broken up with via a… Read more Review | Manual Samuel

Unbox tells the heroic tale of one box’s struggle to save the Global Postal Service (GPS) from certain demise! GPS have been losing parcels all over the place, and so, in a last-ditch attempt to save themselves, have developed what Amazon can only dream about – self-delivering packages! Only they haven’t quite got the formula… Read more Review | Unbox

This past weekend I was lucky enough to get the chance to wander around EGX at the NEC in Birmingham and spend the day playing some awesome games and chatting to some interesting people! Although I didn’t get to see everything, here’s a round-up of what I did… Beasts of Balance I kicked off the… Read more EGX 2016 Round-up

If you’ve ever daydreamed about travelling the world and exploring distant, undiscovered lands all in the name of fame, fortune and beating other famous explorers, then you should give The Curious Expedition a look. This challenging roguelike allows you to choose your own path through a series of procedurally generated environments; visiting villages, investigating ruins and… Read more Review | The Curious Expedition