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A Castle Full of Cats – The Curse of Fofiño

Another great indie game from Devcats has released this month just after Halloween and I was excited to dive into it that I bought it in a heartbeat and it was very affordable no less. It's the same gameplay as its predecessor so I don't have as much to say like my last review. Just… Continue reading A Castle Full of Cats – The Curse of Fofiño

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Steam Next Fest Fall 2022 – What I Played

This is my second time participating in Next Fest this year, and it's safe to say I remember much more fondly what it is that I tried this time! I mean, I could try to recall the demos I played for the summer Next Fest, but that was my first time participating and I was… Continue reading Steam Next Fest Fall 2022 – What I Played

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Prodeus – Let Blood Splatter on the Walls

This is a game that I originally played in Early Access and the only one too. After experiencing significant performance issues that prevented me from finishing the first level. But because I enjoyed a lot of things about the game, I couldn't bring myself to abandon it with a negative review. It was Early Access… Continue reading Prodeus – Let Blood Splatter on the Walls

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Journey – I Fly To The Top And Back

I don't know how I didn't discover this game sooner. It's made by the same devs who did Flower, which is a beautiful and relaxing indie game I love with a heartfelt message behind it. Journey is very similar and it is the first game I have played on my Steam Deck. It performed very… Continue reading Journey – I Fly To The Top And Back

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Cat Quest II – War of Two Kings

Another Cat Quest game! After enjoying the first (and I'm not done with it because there are some challenges I still want to try) I was stoked to play the second and acquired it on last year's summer sale. I still remember a side quest from the first game where I met a dog disguised… Continue reading Cat Quest II – War of Two Kings

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Gamescom 2022 Surprises

This month we got Gamescom 2022. I didn't watch the full presentation but there was at least two tidbits that caught my eye from either watching it live or catching up on info via Twitter later on. There might still be more things I missed but these things made me happy the most. https://i.ytimg.com/vi/gHKUQgBytHA/maxresdefault.jpg Metal… Continue reading Gamescom 2022 Surprises

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A Building Full Of Cats – Pet Them All

It's time for another little indie game ramble! I wish I could remember if I bought this before or after the summer sale this year but it was really cheap and it's another game about cats so yeah. I should make a category in my Steam library for cat games! While the residents of this… Continue reading A Building Full Of Cats – Pet Them All

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DARQ – Inescapable Lucid Nightmares

This game I bought from the Lunar New Year Sale this year and it was something I was uncertain about for a while. When I finally played it I realized it was shorter than I thought but the visuals and audio are well done for a solo developer. It's a game about a boy named… Continue reading DARQ – Inescapable Lucid Nightmares

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Day of the Devs Eye-Grabbers

Before I had to work last weekend, I managed to watch a little bit of the Summer Game Fest in 2022 and I had high hopes that I would hear something about Silksong. Sure enough, that game did make an appearance on Xbox and Bethesda's showcase with new gameplay footage revealed yesterday. A friend who… Continue reading Day of the Devs Eye-Grabbers