Author: Daniel Scott

Istrolid – A Free Game Worth Your Time #2

As the title insinuates I shall be finding, playing and then letting you know about free games that need no money to be enjoyed. Although if they do have features that can be bought I will state their relevance. Steam  description : “In Istrolid you design your own unique spaceships from a large number of parts to fit your strategy and play style. With no set units or factions you are free to create a fleet where each ship has its own balanced strengths and weaknesses, from basic fighters and bombers to hulking battleships and speedy destroyers.” When I...

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Review – Loot Rascals (PS4)

With the trailer of loot rascals setting the tone for the game, I was ready for something visually and narratively different and that is what I got. Although I was umming’ and arrring’ during my first five minutes but then two hours past and it was good. I found myself compelled by new foes, new cards and a strange pink creature that keeps bringing me back to life. Loot rascals is a turned based card collecting strategy game rougelite that at first seems like a casual take on rougelites with simple mechanics and looking like an old cartoon, But is fast to bring you up to speed with its high level...

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Review – Flywrench PS4

Flywrench – A frenetic action game from the makers of Nidhogg about piloting an aerobatic ship through the depths of space.   Looking at the trailer I was sceptical about Flywrench I can not pinpoint why but I didn’t expect much of it, but about four levels into the game I realised what I was playing, An action flap skill based maze thing that fits the easy to learn hard to master category perfectly and I liked it. The graphical style makes me think about Defender but that’s most likely because the game feels like an 80’s arcade game with the sound of your ship exploding...

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A Free Game Worth Your Time #1

As the title insinuates I shall be finding, playing and then letting you know about free games that need no money to be enjoyed. Although if they do have features that can be bought I will state their relevance. Now and then I look at my vast steam library and sigh, Then I turn to my stacks of old console games and do the same a moment I’m sure some of you have shared, So many games and nothing to play. It’s a mildly unsettling experience but I have been a citizen of our electric web long enough to...

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Review – Alwa’s Awakening

Game Hype received a review code for Alwa’s Awaking – After 12 hours of game-play, 186 lives, uncovering 100% of the map with 95% of items found and 99 out of 99 orbs collected, here are my thoughts. If your finding your modern games too easy or need some 80’s console nostalgia the Elden Pixels team has you covered.   First impression After watching the trailer Alwa’s Awaking delivers on everything you would want it too, Even just starting the game reminds me of simpler times. A minimalistic Elden Pixels logo and a 8-bit jingle greet you and the menu sets in with...

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