All posts by Dominic Tarason
Now here’s one that I never thought I’d see before I turned 30. First, a little history – 25 years ago, an award-winning puzzle game was released for the Mac. The Fool’s Errand, brain-child of..
Minecraft clones can go jump off a blocky, procedurally generating cliff for all I care. Codehatch Corp’s Starforge, however, is something else. It’s part of a wave of games that looked at the success of Minecraft..
Generously large DLC packs are always nice to see. Generously large and completely free DLC is almost unheard of, but that’s just what owners of Smudged Cat’s charming little puzzle-platformer The Adventures Of Shuggy are..
Imagine, if you will, a time traveller with nothing better to do. He has journeyed back to hold a meeting with the heads of both Electronic Arts and Activision. To these powerful men, sitting atop..
Sometimes, great things come from strange, lowly origins. The original 80′s Great Giana Sisters back on the C64 & Amiga was rather infamous – it was exactly the sort of thing that draws irate headlines..
Have you played The Real Texas yet? Wait, what do you mean you haven’t even heard of it? Hang your head in shame young sir/lady, and rectify that immediately. Might I suggest a trip to..