One of the most player-accessible puzzle games we have reviewed in a long time, LUNA The Shadow Dust is a fully hand-animated point-and-click adventure brought to life through wordless storytelling, beautiful cinematics and a breathtaking original soundtrack.
Neo Cab is a cyberpunk narrative adventure game where a feisty cab driver has to drive the electric blue neon streets of the Los Ojos metropolis while trying to both survive in the big city and solve a mystery involving the disappearance of her best friend.
The You Don’t Know Jack people have lately been releasing new Jackbox Party Pack games almost every year. Their latest, The Jackbox Party Pack 6, is certainly the most unique and twisted set of party games they have ever created. Should this new pack be a guest at your next holiday party?
This week’s time waster is a little different as Billy took time to hang out with his family and check out an interesting board game on Thanksgiving.
Billy is taking to the skies in Fly Sky High to complete levels, dodge obstacles and unlock new plans in a casual mobile game.
Crash Bandicoot and his wacky friends at Crash Team Racing have always been a great choice for kart racing games. Now with the second Grand Prix Season: Back N. Time, Crash is going back in time to move his game forward.
When Deponia originally came out, way back in 2013, it offered an interesting puzzle adventure game with commentary about a world with too much garbage and disposable goods. Now remade for the Switch, it’s message is even more clear today.
The mobile game Time Wasters continue this week as Billy takes a look at Nintendo’s newest smartphone game: Dr. Mario World.
Arcade Spirits is a romantic visual novel set it a wonderful alternative history where the videogame crash of 1983 never happened, and the arcades of yesteryear never went out of style. You get to run your own arcade while trying to find true love.
This week Billy feels like he’s back in high school as he checks out Chuzzle 2, a sequel to a game that came out back in 2005. Is Chuzzle 2 as good as the origional, or perhaps even better? Only one way to find out!