All posts by Michael Maunder

Vaporum (Switch) – Review

Vaporum is a steampunk roguelike dungeon crawler, with the aesthetics of the original two Bioshocks, and gameplay akin to that of ‘Legend of Grimrock’. It is absolutely a ground-breaking step in the right direction for the genre. Gameplay Vaporum’s gameplay...

/ April 3, 2019

Minesweeper Genius (Switch) – Review

Minesweeper Genius is the next evolution for Minesweeping. While the gameplay is similar enough that Minesweeper veterans will ease into it, it provides difficult, calculating puzzles that are satisfying to complete. Gameplay Minesweeper Genius is heavily inspired by the original...

/ March 17, 2019
Treasure Srack

Treasure Stack (Switch) – Review

Treasure Stack is a homage to the classic Tetris-like puzzler that we’ve all come to know and love. While the graphics and soundtrack are perfected, the gameplay leaves a lot to be desired, and is far too unintuitive to be...

/ March 2, 2019

Ape Out (Switch) – Review

Ape Out is a twinstick beat em up where the player controls a deranged escaped Ape as he attempts to fight his way through dozens of procedurally generated levels, all the while listening to the longest drum solo of all...

/ February 28, 2019
Aragami

Aragami: Shadow Edition (Switch) – Review

Aragami is a third person ninja stealth game, which has the player use the powers of darkness to teleport, create decoys, and send enemy bodies to the void. Avoiding areas with light is the key to success, as light drains...

/ February 16, 2019
Into the Breach

Into the Breach (Switch) – Review

While Into the Breach may appear to be a turn-based strategy akin to the Fire Emblem series, it tends to have more in common with a puzzle game. And it’s brilliant. The player takes control of three piloted mechs in...

/ February 5, 2019