Meg gets lost traveling around the world in, what else, 80 days. This amazing little iOS game has held her interest for longer than most others, so she wants to share it’s coolness with us.
Sometimes games can tackle tough social issues, as is the case with Epipen Tycoon, where you play as the invisible hand raising prices and manipulating the healthcare system. Patient’s welfare is secondary. Money and profits are everything to an Epipen Tycoon.
Game blogger Meg Stivison tackles That Pokeyman Thing Your Grandkids Are Into this week, playing as a Grandpa who borrows his grandson Billy’s phone, leaving the old folks’ home for a Pokeymon-hunting adventure. Tune in for some quirky fun!
Meg checks out Star Trek: Timelines from developer Disruptor Beam. This odd hybrid is a mobile strategy game with huge fan fiction elements. It’s a Trekkie’s dream come true!
Meg loves text-based adventure games, probably because she can never decide if she likes reading books or playing games more. A Dark Room from Doublespeak Games opens in, well, a dark room, and most of the story is conveyed in text descriptions. It’s retro cool as only a text adventure can be.
Meg is back and this time she puts Rebuild 3: Gangs of Deadville on her phone to play during quiet times at work. She picked Rebuild 3 because she really liked Northway Games’ Rebuild title. And even though she is no zombie fan, she really enjoyed Gangs of Deadville.
Til Cows Tear Us Apart blends retro pixel art and choice-based adventures with a Cowboy Bebop / Firefly space bandit universe. Blogger Meg was looking at the game for her students, but drug use and other risky plot points keep this one solidly on the adult side of the gaming fence.
Easy to learn, hard to master” is usually considered the gold standard for a casual game. But Continuity proves that casual does not have to equal match three.
What indie blogger Meg Stivison thought was just another normal platformer, turned out to be so much more for the game Grey. Come explore the surprising depth and story that this title offers.
This week gamer blogger Meg takes a look at The First Hero, from BeGamer, about a hero saving the world, on a Grecian Urn!