• bear with me
    05 2017 October

    Review: Bear With Me, Ep. 3 for Mac

    Welcome back to Paper City for the third and final installment of the Bear With Me trilogy of games. There is a lot I’m not going to say about this game, but that is only...

  • West of Loathing
    30 2017 September

    Review: West of Loathing for Mac

    West of Loathing is an adventure game with horses, goblins, undead skeletons, snakes, spiders, spittoons, and a train. If this isn’t enough for you, how about we throw in some alien artifacts, OK?...

  • Galaxy of Pen and Paper
    10 2017 September

    Review: Galaxy of Pen & Paper for Mac and iOS

    Galaxy of Pen and Paper doesn’t give you a whole galaxy to explore—and it doesn’t really need a pen or paper—but it’s not all bad. You get to battle aliens and robot horses, team up...

  • bounty train
    30 2017 August

    Review: Bounty Train for Mac

    Bounty Train is more of a resource management game than a train sim. If you are OK with a slower paced game, this one isn’t too bad. Now's a good time to see for yourself,...

  • 24 2017 August

    Review: Full Throttle Remastered for iOS

    Full Throttle came out in 1995. LucasArts no longer exists as a game company, and a long-rumored sequel to the game was shelved long before it was sold as a forgotten asset to Disney. And...


iPhone, iPad to get Titanfall (of sorts)

October 29, 2015 | 0 Comments

You're not getting a mobile port of the 2014 PC/Xbox title, thank goodness; you're getting new games set within the expansive sci-fi universe of Titanfall...

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The Last Door - Season 2

The Last Door – Season 2 will open in 2016

October 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

The game will continue where the first season left off as Dr. John Wakefield sets out in search of his client—Season 1’s protagonist Jeremiah Devitt—who has mysteriously vanished...

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If you like to drink champagne and dance all night under electric candlelight, and if you like to do so with quality audio, the audio experts at Blue Microphones have a new set of can ready for you....

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this war of mine

Review: This War of Mine for Macintosh

October 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

I'd call This War of Mine a resource management game, but the resources are so unreliable that it's really about managing the misery of your characters....

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Our favorite recent horror games for Mac

October 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

Some great new Mac-compatible horror games were launched in 2015, and here's Public Access Gaming's list of the ones most likely to scare the bejeezus out of you....

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Please, Don’t Touch Anything, a "cryptic, brain-racking button-pushing simulation," has made its way to the App Store for iPhone and iPad....

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Halloween Pumpkins

Spooky games for the iPad and iPhone

October 24, 2015 | 0 Comments

You can rely on Public Access Gaming to point you in the right direction with this handy list of the best scary games released in 2015 for the iPhone and iPad....

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I spent quite a bit of time with Zodiac: Orcanon Odyssey at an E3 2015 post-show event, and I loved every second of it. The visuals are fantastic, and the combat will thrill fans of turn-based JRPGs, such as myself....

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The gameplay isn't really the focus of The Beautiful Dream; most of the solutions are pretty obscure and will likely be solved by random tapping. Rather, the game succeeds in creating a mood....

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Guitar Hero Live

Is Guitar Hero Live even a game?

October 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

I'd no sooner want a "live crowd" judging my fake guitar skills than I'd want a live crowd judging my fake football skills in Madden....

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