• innerspace
    16 2018 January

    Bullet Point Impressions: InnerSpace for Mac

    I've been charting the unknown for a few days now, and will report back with our full review in the coming days. In the meantime, here are my first impressions of InnerSpace from Aspyr and...

  • Hand of Fate 2
    03 2017 December

    Hand of Fate 2

    Hand of Fate 2 is a good follow-up to the first installment from Defiant Development, and is worth a play. The mix of card game and fighter action provides some variety and keeps things interesting....

  • Skipper
    22 2017 November

    Review: Skipper for Mac

    Your mission in Skipper is to "Help Skipper, Dipper, and Mable cross the Crystalline Sea as they complete a series of ever more challenging puzzles in this minimalistic lowpoly world." What does that actually mean?...

  • 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?...

Get a grip on the new Apple TV Siri Remote before it destroys your friendships or, more importantly, your TV screen....

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Armada of the Undead

The undead, twins and pinball coming to Apple TV

October 10, 2015 | 0 Comments

Dead pirates, blood sucking twins, and some steel ball magic will soon be ready to take over your living room....

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Because nothing better exemplifies NHL action than...collectible cards....

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Trine 3

Trine 3 beta for Mac, Linux now available

October 5, 2015 | 0 Comments

Trine 3 was met with some derision upon its initial release due to its deviation from the 2D puzzle/platformer heritage and its apparently short length. But is that fair?...

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