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techraptor hidden paws

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Anyone who’s owned a cat can tell you that they are hide and seek champions, putting Waldo and Carmen Sandiego to shame.

Quarantine Circular

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Today in games I've been eying for a while: a game with a plot that we are getting uncomfortably close to.

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When I bought the 1,700+ itch.io bundle, I had no clue how to handle it. Where on Earth would I find time for all these games? How do I even start?

Corinne Cross's Dead & Breakfast

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Coming to terms with someone’s passing is always difficult, even if you weren’t that close to them.

Dépanneur Nocturne

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If you've ever waited for the last minute to buy a gift for someone, you know it can be a bit of a stressful situation.

The Flower Collectors

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In 1954, Alfred Hitchcock put out Rear Window, a mystery thriller about a man who breaks his leg and, with little left to do, spends all day looking

Wintermoor Tactics Club

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Sometimes I feel nostalgic for school clubs, especially when they’d all gather together for special events to promote themselves and recruit new

A Place, Forbidden? A Place, Fun

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Trespassing is a crime. Like, an actual legal crime, but also there are some places you don't trespass for good reasons.

Underhero Coverage Club

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I always enjoy seeing an indie team's take on RPGs. It leads to some impressively creative efforts, the kind that reinvigorate my love for the genre.

Might and Delight

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I figure writing a children's book is one of those things that's a lot harder than it actually seems.

Leaving Lyndow

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It's always hard to leave home. It's a lesson I learned a few years ago when I moved down the East Coast from the hell pit known as New Jersey to the

Hypergalactic Psychic Table Tennis 3000

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When you load up a game entitled Hypergalactic Psychic Table Tennis 3000, you know you're in for a ride.

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Platformers are almost as old as modern video games. It was a platformer that launched the console that saved the industry.

The Suicide of Rachel Foster

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There are many subjects that games don't usually touch, and suicide tends to be a bigger one.

Stories and Smoke

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Sometimes I just want a good story. I also want to pay the price of "absolutely nothing." That seems reasonable, right?

Snow White Solitaire Coverage Club

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I never knew how much I wanted a new Solitaire game to play until I was trapped at my parent's house with only an (actually really good) Windows

Sky Racket Main Characters

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I did not think I'd be writing about accessible iterations of Breakout twice in less than a month, but Sky Racket wasn't on my radar until very

Drawkanoid Coverage Club

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You ever like a game that you're no good at? You can see others master the mechanics on a whim, but you just keep pounding away at the first few

Faerie Solitaire: Harvest

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I've loved solitaire ever since my Grandad taught me the game when I was young.

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Thinking about the genre of point-and-click adventures will almost immediately conjure up memories of obtuse, maybe even ridiculous puzzles.

Stygian: Reign of the Old Ones Coverage Club

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Stygian: Of or relating to the River Styx. One of the rivers of the underworld in Greek mythology, the River Styx was the boundary between Earth and

stikir

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Making a video game is probably one of the toughest things you can do. Making a video game about the difficulties of making the video game you're

Wild West and Wizards Ice

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The American frontier has always been a romantic place full of adventure, danger, and majestic wonder. Wild West and Wizards take

Break The Game woo

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I've been playing video games for the better part of 30 years and it's safe to say that I have a broad range of experiences in the medium.

Cardpocalypse

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Collectible card games can be a lot of fun. Especially if you don't have to worry about actually spending money on cards.

techraptor the witch's house

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I love spooky games. And I love cute games. After catching my eye on a random sale, I realized The Witch’s House MV was both spooky and cute, and I

applewood techraptor

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I rarely review, preview or even go within 10 feet of platformers. Why? Because I generally suck at them. However, I do love pixel art and cute

bear with me techraptor

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Usually, I’m skeptical of tacked on prequels that come out after the initial material has made a boatload of money - Star Wars, for example, and

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Creature collecting is a thriving piece of the RPG marketplace.

Queen's Wish The Conqueror Key Art

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Spiderweb Software is not a household name, but it is well known in the RPG community.

AtmaSphere Screenshot 1

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AtmaSphere is a game about balls. Namely a big, lovesick ball named Ballard and his bewitching beau Ballerina.

Anarcute

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From the first second I laid my eyes on it I knew I needed to play Anarcute.

Polyroll world 1 screenshot

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If you like 2D Sonic the Hedgehog games but wouldn’t mind the super speed being toned down in favor of more platforming, Polyroll will offer you an

The Stretchers Title

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My wife and I burn through couch co-op games like a race car burns through tires.

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I consider myself a fan of first-person horror. Going into Visage, I assumed I would be pulled into another dreadfully nerve-wracking experience that

Scanner Sombre

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Caves can be terrifying. Probably due to the fact that they're pitch dark and full of weird sounds.

SuperEpic: The Entertainment War Coverage Club - Roguelite

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I think it's fair to say that there are quite a few gamers who might consider some gaming companies out there a little bit... evil.

We Are The Dwarves Coverage Club

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When indie developer Whale Rock Games released, We Are The Dwarves in 2016, the idea behind it intrigued me, as I originally thought the game would

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There are few game series out there that really cater to the demands for history buffs, as most titles tend to take massive liberties to historical

AVARIAvs Screenshot 1

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AVARIAvs is a unique competitive, turn-based RPG battle game.

Ultimate Epic Battle Simulator Key Art

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Sometimes, games are just weird. You get oddball concepts or mechanics that you don’t expect to work, but often do thanks in part to their charm.

The Painscreek Killings sign

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I fancy myself something of a detective based on the erroneous number of cold case shows and British crime dramas I've consumed.

Coverage Club: Walking In A Woven Wonderland

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There are a lot of games that take themselves very seriously. Some do it because of their themes, others due to the message that the creator wants to

Coverage Club: Wilmot's Warehouse

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About a month ago, I was idly browsing through Twitter when i came across a rather strange game called Wilmot's Warehouse.

Noita

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Years ago during grade school, there were only a few games you could play that wouldn't be blocked by some sort of website filter.

The Beast Inside - featured image

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Dread and fear gnaw at me every time I start exploring a new first-person horror game. Why do I keep doing this? I need to learn my lesson.

Star Wars Pinball Songbird Symphony Coverage Club

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This week, Coverage Club takes to the skies with Songbird Symphony and then ventures into the stars with some George Lucas-inspired pinball. Let's