Order Up!: Inunaki Tunnel

Explore the dark corners of one of Japan’s haunted locations in Inunaki Tunnel – a walking sim that will have you looking over your shoulder.

Order Up!: Trick & Treat

Looking for something spooky to play on a budget? Check out free horror gem, Trick & Treat for an adorable and horrifying RPG adventure.

A Short Hike (Review)

Hike, glide, and swim your way across a summery open world adventure in A Short Hike – now on Playstation and Xbox! (Spoiler: we loved it)

Order Up!: Pamali Indonesian Folklore Horror

Rae checks out Pamali – a set of first-person horror adventures steeped in Indonesian folklore and superstition.

Order Up!: Deltarune, Chapter 2 (Review)

Chapter 2 of Deltarune is here! Rae talks a little about her impressions after finishing, and how it holds up against previous installments

The Princess Of Previews: Making Some Potions with Potion Craft!

Janette makes some mysterious mixes with Potion Craft.

Order Up!: Boyfriend Dungeon (Review)

Looking for a summer adventure to enjoy this fall? Rae takes a look at Boyfriend Dungeon – a quirky dating battle adventure

Princess of Previews: Honey I Joined A Cult

Welcome to I Love Crochet. All hail the Big Ball of Yarn. Join our faith. Yes, you sleep on a filthy mattress, eat vending machine food, and pee in a bucket, but we got some great jams to crochet to in the rec room.

Order Up!: Hoa (Review)

Step into a world of magic and wonder in Hoa – a soft, nostalgic puzzle platformer perfect for unwinding on a lazy afternoon.

Purveyor of Previews: World End Diner

The world has ended. Everything is gone, except for one little island. On that island, a little robot runs a diner for the animals of the forest. There’s a lot of how’s and why’s about this premise, but as I played, I found myself increasingly uninterested in them. Being a little robot running a diner by myself was a task that filled every moment of the day. The why didn’t really matter, rather my little robot self was here, there was work to do, and that’s all that matters.

Purveyor of Previews: Death Trash

As a column for previews, I feel obliged to talk about Death Trash. This game has taken the indie game scene by storm, and for good reason. It’s great! It captures the magic of Fallout and Fallout 2 all in…

When Farms and Fantasy Meet: Sun Haven

Sun Haven is the comfiest farming game since Stardew Valley – with a surprisingly fun adventure to undertake along the way.

Order Up!: Cozy Grove and the Art of Balance (Review)

Rae plays Cozy Grove – a calm and comfy ghost-helping sim that reminds us it doesn’t all have to be done at once.

Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion Review

Turnip Boy just wants to watch the world burn. At first, he merely owes the government a lot of money for taxes he hasn’t paid. Then Turnip Boy gleefully rips up his taxes due notice. The mayor is not pleased,…

Order Up: Mutropolis (Review)

In the far-off future, a team of archaeologists is about to uncover something very special – and dangerous – in the ruins of planet Earth…

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