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1:30 PM on 08.15.2014

Ether One is coming to the PS4

Ether One looks like a pretty intriguing game -- I just haven't had time to get to it yet. That may change when it comes to the PS4, as developer White Paper Games has just announced that it will be coming "soon" to the ...

Chris Carter


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Celebrate the launch of the Terra Battle Download Starter campaign by following them on Twitter to receive 5 Energy to get a jumpstart once the game launches. Developed by the legendary Final Fantasy creator, Hironobu Sakaguchi, Terra Battle launches in October..




5:30 PM on 08.13.2014

Monument Valley made back every bit of its dev costs in one week

Monument Valley, an isometric puzzle game that was the winner of an Apple Design Award, made back its development costs after just one week on the App Store. Even though it's a $4 app and had stiff competition alongside other...

Brittany Vincent



Review: Road Not Taken photo
Review: Road Not Taken
by Chris Carter

The term "roguelike" gets way too much airtime these days. If anything has permadeath, it's instantly a roguelike. If it takes place in a dungeon -- "roguelike!" But the original Rogue's core mechanical element was its grid-based gameplay, where every action by the player warranted an equal and opposite reaction, adding a puzzle element to the mix. 

Road Not Taken operates very closely to the formula of the original Rogue, but doesn't really hold that premise as well as it should throughout.

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9:00 PM on 08.09.2014

Albedo: Eyes From Outer Space coming to Steam Early Access September 26

Albedo: Eyes from Outer Space looks like something you'd get if you spliced together The Residents, BioShock and Myst, and it definitely stands out from the crowd. Developed by Z4GO and Ivan Venturi Productions, i...

Rob Morrow

10:00 PM on 08.07.2014

You're a god in Xbox One puzzler Pneuma: Breath of Life

Unreal Engine 4 powered Pneuma: Breath of Life is coming to Xbox One this January, while "Other platforms are to be considered but not confirmed." The trailer gives little to go on, but you'll be playing as the god...

Steven Hansen

6:00 PM on 08.04.2014

Point Perfect makes clicking and dragging fun

There aren't too many games that can promise a "less is more" experience. Most of the time, games are trying to cram more and more features and controls to build a well-rounded experience. Point Perfect is a bit different; t...

Alasdair Duncan

12:30 PM on 07.30.2014

Captain Toad won't be tracking treasure in Europe until 2015

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is on pace for a winter 2014 release just about everywhere, but it appears as if Nintendo has had a change of plans with Europe -- it won't arrive there until January 2015. Bummer! We're co...

Chris Carter

9:00 AM on 07.28.2014

Fat Princess: Piece of Cake is out now on iOS in Canada

Fat Princess is back! In match-three form! Should you want to subject yourself to puzzle-madness, you can head over to the Canadian App Store and download the free-to-play game now. If you're looking for the Vita version, it ...

Chris Carter

1:00 PM on 07.25.2014

Tappingo 2 will hit the 3DS eShop on August 28

I thought Tappingo was a decent (and very well priced) distraction on the 3DS eShop, but there were some problems with it that definitely needed to be addressed. Developer Goodbye Galaxy Games has taken these criticisms to h...

Chris Carter

11:00 AM on 07.23.2014

A new Peggle is in development, according to an EA earnings call

Like it was ever any question that PopCap was planning the development of a new Peggle game, but just in case you doubted the future of the series, it's happening. According to a first quarter earnings call for EA, PopCa...

Chris Carter

10:30 AM on 07.23.2014

The Room is heading to Steam

The Room, the award winning mobile puzzle game, is heading to Steam on July 28th. Developer Fireproof Games has announced that this new version is fully enhanced, with new assets being created from the ground up. The whole c...

Chris Carter





5:45 PM on 07.09.2014

iPhone hit Pivvot is coming to Steam next week

Mobile-to-PC ports don't have the best of track records but I've got some high hopes for the home computer version of Pivvot, a great mobile game which was one of my favorites from 2013. It has such a simple concept: to keep...

Alasdair Duncan

3:45 PM on 07.09.2014

Yes! Roundabout coming to PC September 18, PS4/Xbox next year

Okay, I'm not that excited. I just wanted to make a Yes joke. But after watching this goofy trailer, Roundabout actually looks pretty fun. And reminds me of Trash Panic for some reason, though not as dead pan insan...

Steven Hansen

10:00 PM on 07.02.2014

Woman stole £1,000 from her mother to buy junk in Candy Crush Saga

I've played Candy Crush Saga and my share of match-three games as a mobile game fanatic, but to date I've not spent a dime on any of the free-to-play giants. I can understand wanting to spend a dollar or two here and there fo...

Brittany Vincent



Review: Magical Beat photo
Review: Magical Beat
by Chris Carter

No matter what the climate is in the industry, there seems to be an overwhelming demand for battle puzzle games. That's ok with me though, because ever since playing Yoshi, Dr. Mario, and Wario's Woods for the NES, I've been enjoying the fierce competitive element that these games can bring, and playing with a formidable rival can be quite the rush.

The newest kid on the block is Magical Beat -- a rhythm puzzle game for the Vita by Arc System Works. Naturally, they couldn't resist putting in Guilty Gear and BlazBlue tunes, which are easily the best part.

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Review: Pushmo World photo
Review: Pushmo World
by Chris Carter

People say Nintendo never does anything original outside of Mario and Zelda -- but as we all know, that's absolutely not true. Not only has the company taken chances on wacky IPs all throughout its storied history, but the advent of digital downloads has further satiated its desire to try out new characters and games.

Take the 3DS for example, which rolled out new properties like Dillon's Rolling Western, Sakura Samurai, and my personal favorite of the bunch -- Pushmo. It's hard to believe that in just three short years there have been three Pushmo games, but all of them are good, even the newest iteration that's hitting the Wii U for the first time.

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