Need some comfy distraction in your life? Rae checks out Hidden Through Time – a seamlessly-designed hidden object game that takes you through the ages.
Looking for something to play with friends? Rae shares her favourite co-op – a game that brings both in-depth story and incredible freedom to the table.
Need some extra calm and comfy in your life right now? Here are five fantastic “play at your pace” indie games to get engrossed in!
World of Horror’s early access is finally here! Rae takes a look at this Ito and Lovecraft-inspired adventure through seaside Japan as reality crumbles
Rae takes a look at Table Manners – a comedy physics dating sim with somewhat frustrating gameplay and extra-needy dates.
Rae takes a look at Areia: Pathway to Dawn – a stunningly gorgeous puzzle-platformer marred only by its lack of fluid movement and speed.
Check out Rae’s most anticipated upcoming titles in the new year – from Boyfriend Dungeon to World of Horror, 2020 has plenty of excitement on the way!
Rae looks back on a few of her favourite releases in 2019, including Song of Horror, Fit for a King, Mutazione, Sky Racket, and Minoria.
By Rae “Best of the Year” lists are always popular at this time, and I plan to show off my favourite 2019 releases, but of course most of us aren’t just only playing new releases throughout the year. Before I…
Looking for a relaxing way to spend an evening? Brew up some coffee and settle down to Puzzle With Your Friends – a solo or co-op jigsaw puzzle game.
Looking for a nostalgic new adventure? Rae takes a look at Sparklite – a visually lovely top-down adventure game with a big focus on grinding.
It’s never too late for Spooktober! Rae talks about her favourite horror game this year – Song of Horror, a lovecraftian adventure featuring reactive AI and permadeath