Train Simulator 2012 Reviews and more

Based on 3 critics – Overal Score: 77 / 100

GameInfo: The future of train simulation is here! Train Simulator 2012 puts you right inside the cab, driving incredibly realistic steam, diesel and electric trains on stunning real-vvorld routes in the UK, US and Germany. Built-in tutorials help you get to grips vvith the controls and different driving techniques. The Cab Control interface makes it easy 4 beginners to drive straight avvay, vvhile expert mode allows you to drive with accurate locomotive controls. Exhilarating scenarios allovv you to put your skills to the test; you can even upload your score on the worldwide Steam leader board.

With more than 70 scenarios to play, Train Simulator 2012 offers hours of driving pleasure. Drive a classic General Motors F7 diesel locomotive through the searing heat of the California desert, or experience high speed in the cab of the fantastic Hitachi Super Express. Drive a BR101 vvith a freight train through the German Alps, or shunt cattle vvagons at Evercreech Junction vvith a Black 5 steam locomotive. And if your favourite locomotive or route is not included, we have the largest range of top-quality add-ons vvith more than 90 downloadable routes and locomotives to choose from, vvith more being added all the time.

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Brash Games “If you have played Railworks 2, you will know how good it was, and no doubt you will be awaiting the release of Railworks 3 AKA Train Simulator 2012. Railworks 2 was slick, smooth and responsive; generally it had an excellent feel to it when compared with veteran simulators like Microsoft Train Simulator”. Read Full Review 90/100
Avault It’s been said that all girls go through a “horse phase” at some point. Likewise, most boys have, at some point, experienced the intoxicating thrill that iron horses bring. If you haven’t grown out of this state, then you’re not alone: neither have the talented developers at Rail Simulation, makers of the popular RailWorks series. They’ve poured their love of everything on two rails into Train Simulator 2012, and it shows in every billow of steam. Read Full Review 80/100
Midlife Gamer “Never before has a game made me feel like I’m harbouring a filthy secret. A secret so disturbing it has driven me to spend the last four weeks deceiving those dearest to me, waiting until my wife and daughter have left the house and drawing the curtains before sitting down to indulge myself. Fear not friends, you won’t find me dancing to Lady Gaga wearing pvc hot pants and a ball gag, no its far more serious than a little harmless gimp dancing, the truth is… I have become a secret train driver.” Read Full Review 80/100
IncGamers …I’m guessing that if you clicked on this review you’re either genuinely interested in the title or keen to embark on a safari-like expedition into the niche realms of the industry. Read Full Review 60/100




Genre: Simulation
Release Date: 23 Sep 2011
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Rusty Hearts Reviews and Gameplay Video

Based on 4 critics – Overal Score: 81 / 100

GameInfo: Rusty Hearts is a free to play MMORPG video game developed by Stairway Games and published by WindySoft. European and North American distribution of the game is handled by Perfect World subsidiaries.

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GamePro This massively multiplayer dungeon crawler works on several levels, and both its user-friendly interface and free-to-play nature should appeal to a wide variety of gamers. Read Full Review 90/100
GameZone The new free to play MMORPG from Perfect World. It is a fun brawler with stylish graphics and fast-paced combat. Read Full Review 90/100

CheatCC In the half-decade quest to create the next World of Warcraft, no developer has succeeded—but some have made significant improvements to the MMO juggernaut’s model. Perhaps the most impressive are games that replace WoW’s lackluster combat with tight beat ’em up or hack ‘n’ slash mechanics. Rusty Hearts is the latest entry in this arcade-based tradition, and while it has plenty of flaws, it offers hours of button-mashing carnage in a gothic setting for no charge. Read Full Review

74/00 Writer Daniel Owens takes a look at Rusty Hearts, the latest game from Perfect World Entertainment. Rusty Hearts is an Anime-style Beat-Em-Up Action MMORPG, but is it any good? Read Full Review 70/100

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Serious Sam: Double D Reviews and more

Based on 15 critics – Overal Score: 75 / 100

GameInfo: Serious Sam explodes into the second dimension using everything in his arsenal to battle the abominable legions of Mental’s horde. Pull the trigger to let the heavy ordinance fly in Serious Sam Double D, a hand drawn, side-scrolling shooter featuring all the over-the-top gameplay and chaotic action of the Serious Sam series. Pile on the firepower with the revolutionary Gunstacker and fire all your weapons at once in a symphony of destruction! All that stands between victory and annihilation is a man in a T-shirt and jeans wielding a great big pile of guns.

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NoobFeed Daav from goes on another journey with macho extraordinaire Serious Sam in this Double D adventure. The classic feel of 2D platform shooters gets a few new twists and gets covered in clever gameplay and tons of witty action. Read Full Review 93/100
Default Prime With the third iteration of the Serious Sam series on the horizon, Croteam decided to see what would happen if they let some other brilliant indie developers play around with the Serious Sam license. Enter Mommy’s Best Games who proceeded to take Sam and put him in a two-dimensional platformer. The resulting game is Serious Sam Double D, and it is an absolute blast from start to finish. Read Full Review 90/100
GameSplash “Mommy’s Best Games, long known for their Xbox Live Indie Games, brings their unique talents to the Serious Sam series in Serious Sam: Double D. Unlike the other Serious Sam games, which have all up to this point been FPS titles, MBG has elected to give our donut loving, chainsaw wielding hero a 2D makeover. The result of this makeover, as it turns out, is nothing short of fantastic.” Read Full Review 90/100 “Serious Sam: Double D combines the glorious juicy ultraviolence of the Serious Sam franchise with the reckless and unbridled creativity that you’d expect from the Indie scene. The net result is a wondrous orgy of great gameplay mechanics, hidden depth, outrageous combat and more exploding monkeys than you can handle. If you’re looking for fun without compromise, Mommy’s Best Games has what’s yours. Put it in your face.” Read Full Review 90/100
Electronic Theatre Some games pride themselves on their colossal end of level bosses, screen-filling enemies designed to stir fear in the player. Serious Sam: Double D is different however: throughout the game, even from the very first level, players will face-off against enemies ten times their size in a basic firefight. The bosses in Serious Sam: Double D are something else entirely. Read Full Review 82/100
GamingOgre Serious Sam: Double D is the first indie game using the Serious Sam license. Sam’s got quite the reputation, but can this indie game live up to the over-the-top style Sam is known for? To find out, read our review. Read Full Review 80/100
Armless Octopus “Duke Nukem, Deux Ex and now Serious Sam? It looks like 2011 is the new 2001! Croteam’s muscle-brained hero gets the 2D treatment courtesy of Mommy’s Best Games, and we’re here to let you know which end of the retro-revival spectrum Sam falls on.” Read Full Review 77/100
Brutal Gamer When you think of well stacked, misogynistic, foul mouthed game characters you’re more likely to think of Duke Nukem than you are Sam Stone (aka Serious Sam).

Croteam’s mascot character has been around since March 2001 and made a reasonably big splash on the PC at time of release. Flash forward 6 or 7 years and 90% of gamers could not have pointed Sam Stone out of a line-up as Croteam seemed to disappear. This is despite an attempted relaunch in 2005 using Serious Sam 2. Read Full Review

IGN “As Moe Szyslak so ably demonstrated in Season nine, Episode five of The Simpsons, it only takes a few minor adjustments to turn one gun into five. It seems developer Mommy’s Best Games combined that notion with the blood and guts insanity of Serious Sam to produce Double D, a side-scrolling shooter where you can stack shotguns on lasers to blow up dinosaurs and flying monkeys.” Read Full Review 70/100
GameJudgment Is Serious Sam truly earth shattering? No, but it can be one hell of a good time.

Double D is not a revolution, and in an Indie community that is producing games such as Limbo, Braid, and Minecraft it could easily get lost in the fray. Mommy’s Best Games in known for creating great indie titles. With DD they provided a fun, quirky, and frantic side scrolling shooter. Read Full Review

Destructoid Although Serious Sam 3: BFE is the big release for Croteam this year, that’s not the only adventure we get to embark upon with Sam “Serious” Stone. To promote the release of the upcoming shooter — and get some attention for a bunch of cool indie devs — a range of studios are creating unique Serious Sam games on various platforms.

Perhaps the most notable entry comes by way of Mommy’s Best Games, the studio behind unique indie shooter Weapon of Choice. The ever-offbeat Nathan Fouts brings us Serious Sam: Double D, and it’s just like the Serious Sam you know and love… except different. Read Full Review

Daily Joypad “Serious Sam Double D is an odd game. Whilst retaining the features and the style of past Serious Sam games, it seems somewhat dumbed down as if just to appeal to the more casual audiences. What you end up getting is something that plays well enough and has enough to keep you satisfied but doesn’t exactly offer you anything new. In a day where more and more video games attempt to revolutionise with what they do, Serious Sam just seems to stick two metaphorical fingers up at modern gaming and go off down its own path.” Read Full Review 60/100
IncGamers Serious Sam Double D is a game in which you can form a devastating six-stack of guns and use it to blow up a vuvuzela-honking pancake monster with forks for legs. With a summary as captivating as this, how is it possible for Double D to be a bad game? Read Full Review 60/100
EuroGamer Serious Sam has one trick. It’s simple, but effective. First it puts a big shiny thing in front of you. “Check this out, Dicky-boy, it’s a COLLECTIBLE!” You pick it up, and immediately a hundred monsters spawn around the plinth. You either emerge like Bruce Campbell clutching your prize between clenched butt-cheeks, or reload and pick up the shiny thing again in all innocence. And then, a little way on, you find another shiny thing. Read Full Review 60/100
Gamepro If you’re the type of gun nut who thinks dual-wielding shotguns is one of life’s great joys, than Serious Sam: Double D is your Sistine Chapel. Read Full Review 60/100



Genre: Action
Developer: Mommy’s Best Games
Publisher: Devolver Digital and Croteam
Release Date: 30 Aug 2011
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Nuclear Dawn Game Reviews and more

Based on 4 critics – Overal Score: 69 / 100

GameInfo: Nuclear Dawn is the first game to offer a full FPS and RTS experience, vvithin a single gameplay model, vvithout crippling or diluting either side of the game.

As a soldier, explore vvar-torn post-apocalyptic landscapes, modelled on modern cities, and take the fight to your enemies as armoured, assault or stealth infantry, using various vveapons across ten distinct load-outs to accomplish your objectives. The first person shooter action in Nuclear Dawn is hard, fast and unforgiving, vvith vveapons that rely on skill and tactics more than on tvvitch reflexes and map memorization.

Then, take Nuclear Dawn above the action, and play as the commander. Organize your fellovv players in squads, and assign them to tactical objectives. Plan the resource routes for your army, and production of your structures for forvvard deployment. Exploit the terrain and resource point locations to block your enemies’ advance, and crush their plans in an iron fist. Research and implement new technologies to give your soldiers the edge on the battlefield, and set up forward bases to lead the assault on your enemies, vvith a full complement of defensive and offensive structures to choose from, to build your perfect fortress.

Critic Score
Intense Gaming TV Nuclear Dawn is a true multiplayer designed experience. There isn’t a single player campaign so all the focus went towards a user experience online. Interwave wanted to create a real battlefield with a commander and soldiers. With that idea in place we received a Real Time Strategy First Person Shooter experience that may be unlike everything you have experienced. Read Full Review 85/100 Want to blast other players in a nuclear obliterated landscape whilst building your people skills in a team-building experience? If so, this game is for you. Read Full Review 70/100
BeefJack “NUCLEAR DAWN is the latest in a long line of Source Engine mods that have been given a commercial release. Can Interwave Studios’ FPS/RTS hybrid become a classic of Counter-Strike proportions? Find out why it’s unlikely in our review…” Read Full Review 61/100
Pixels or Death Pixels or Death’s Patrick Lindsey reviews Nuclear Dawn, the upcoming FPS/RTS hybrid from Interwave:

“At the heart of the machine sits our Commander. If we soldiers are the engine that drives our team to victory, our Commander is the schematic that we follow, the lubricant that makes our machine run smoothly as a single unit. From his position in the command bunker, he views the battle from above. He is the only one with a view of the whole picture, deciding where to place the turrets, when to drop a supply station, and then erecting them with an omnipotence not shared by us grunts.” Read Full Review





Genre(s): First-person shooter, Real-Time Strategy
Developer: InterWave Studios
Publisher: InterWave Studios
Release Date: September 26, 2011
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PES 2012 PC Reviews and more

Based on 7 critics – Overal Score: 83 / 100

GameInfo: Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 is the eleventh edition in the Pro Evolution Soccer series developed and published by Konami vvith production assistance from the Blue Sky Team.

PES 2012’s gameplay is primarily a refinement of PES 2011, vvith fewer big changes than the previous iteration but many smaller improvements and changes in areas such as artificial intelligence, speed, animation, and physics.

Among the new features is the Teammate Control system, vvhere a secondary player may be controlled, either during play, or at a set piece or throvv-in. This allovvs players to be placed precisely, make runs, and shake off markers before calling for the ball. Manual and assisted versions of the feature are available for varying degrees of difficulty and control.

Refereeing has been improved and includes a full implementation of the advantage rule, with the referee pulling back play for bookings after the ball goes out of play. The “catch-up bug”, where defenders vvould catch dribbling attackers too easily, regardless of the attacker’s pace, will be addressed. Gameplay is more fluid, vvith better response vvhen controlling the ball, and goalkeepers have been improved with new animations and generally more reliable goalkeeping performances.

Artificial intelligence has been improved over previous PES games, for example AI players will play more thoughtfully vvhen defending rather than simply applying pressure, and AI teammates will make more intelligent movement decisions.

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Chronic Review: I have to admit that I am not at all interested in sports. I am a product of modern society, where staying fit and active equates to hitting the gym and lifting weights. It’s convenient and it doesn’t let competition get in the way of the goal. Sports have never been something I have been much interested in outside of the scope of baseball. Playing sports is something that almost never crosses my mind, and watching them on television less so. But playing them in video game form? I have always scoffed at the idea. That is the reason why when Konami sent me a copy of Pro Evolution Soccer 2012, I contemplated sending it back with a note to let them know that I was in no way qualified to review the game. After much convincing from friends, however, I gave it a shot and played it enough to want to write a review of it. Did it manage to capture me, someone who finds the sports game genre to be absolutely alien? Short answer? “Yes.” Long answer? Read on. Read Full Review 90/100
CVG: PES 2012 faces the same long battle as its predecessor. It’s a new year, a new season but the same uphill struggle for Konami in the battle for virtual football glory.

Why? Because of the rival. Have a look at our FIFA 12 review and you’ll see another fantastic follow up, with EA Sports snapping up some big name features and having the balls to shake up its winning formula to incorporate them. Read Full Review

Vantage Magazine: Times have changed in the footballing game world. Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) was a country mile ahead of its rival, FIFA, back in the PS2 days. Cometh the new generation of consoles though and cometh a change in the balance of play, FIFA quickly found new form whereas PES made huge strides; backwards. Of course this is old news for any footy fan and whilst FIFA has settled into its role as number one football game and kept its core very similar, PES has continued to make vast changes with every iteration in order to regain that position, without ever really managing it. We recount this brief history for one reason; for the first time since the days of the 360 and PS3 we think that PES might just have what it takes. Read Full Review 87/100 “What those cumulatively add up to is an attack and defensive cycle that even one-ups FIFA 12 in certain lights. Lighting and stadium detail is also a notch above EA’s offering, with the trademark Japanese obsession with minutia present and correct in terms of proudly recreated lettering on kits and pitch-side activity. ” Read Full Review 80/100 “PES 2012 is the game that fans have been seeking. Even where it is evolving, but at least we were convinced that “Seabass” has found a path and a direction to give to your simulator. The detachment in relation to previous games is not great, but the “gameplay” is better.” Read Full Review 80/100
GamingBolt: “The game does do what it sets out to do remarkably well. No man can be faulted for disliking the style of gameplay or loving it, and PES’s approach to Soccer certainly has its admirable qualities which set it distinctly apart from the competition. If you are a fan of the technical side of soccer, and enjoy having as much control over the game state at any point in time as you can muster, PES may just be a better fit for you than FIFA. If you are already a fan of PES, you will find that Konami has further improved the experience this time around and this game is a worthy successor to the PES line. Read Full Review 80/100
T3: FIFA versus Pro Evo: Yes, It’s that time of the year once again when the two biggest football games go head-to-head with the EA Sports franchise having the better of the most recent battles Read Full Review 80/100


System Requirements

Minimum system requirements:
– Windows XP SP3, Vista SP2, 7
– Processor Intel Pentium IV 2.4GHz or equivalent
– 1 GB RAM
– DirectX 9.0c compatible video card. Pixel shader 3.0 with 128 MB of RAM (NVIDIA GeForce 6600 or ATI Radeon x1300)

Recommended system requirements:
– Windows XP SP3, Vista SP2, 7
– Processor Intel Core2 Duo 2.0GHz or equivalent
– 2 GB RAM or better
– DirectX 9.0c compatible video card with Pixel shader 3.0 512MB RAM (AMD ATI Radeon HD2600 or NVidia GeForce 7900 or better)


Genre: Sport (Soccer) / 3D
Developer: Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo
Publisher: Konami
Platform: PC
Release Date: September 27, 2011

Fifa 2012 PC Review

This is the best sports game I have ever played, period.

Graphics – superb on the PC.

Optimization of code – superb. Runs fantastic on my spruced up very old system and graphics card (extra ROM).

AI – both your teammates and opposing team’s players know what they are doing, and they do it well. They move to cover the runner without the ball on the defense, they run to cover gaps in defense… On the offense, they make brilliant runs for you to pass the ball to.

New Defense System – no more pressing one button when defending to home in on the player with the ball and take the ball away. This new system is brilliant. Tackling is implemented so that when a player commits to it, he REALLY commits to it, and, if the ball is not won, the attacking player with the ball will blow past him, taking your tackler out of the current play. In fact, on the defense, where to tackle, and where to just cover, and where to run next to and try to body check/annoy the opponent are what wins the game here. Brilliant.

Career Mode – Very well done, lots of chrome and polish. Newspaper articles written about your players, team, your league and every other team/league. You will learn if a player is unhappy at a club for whatever reasons (lack of playing time, personal matters) and it will affect your game. The transfer negotiations are give and take, and you have a few tries to get it right – somewhere between what you think you should pay and what THEY want you to pay for a player. Failure means no transfer for you…

Multiplayer – no lag whatsoever. Various modes for multiplayer, with the standard and ultimate team. The latter is quite simply a money grab, but there is no need to get into this whole rigamarole if you don’t want to – the game is A-OK with you playing standard multiplayer with your team, trying to climb the rankings. Great fun.

Skill Moves – to win the game, passing the ball intelligently and suckering the opponent out of position works wonders. You DO NOT NEED skill moves to win the game. They are, however, very well implemented, fun to do, they work when trying to pass a defending player, and are spectacular when watching your replays… or online videos.

How do I sum this up… Perhaps this will suffice:

This is the best sports game I have ever played.

Verdict: 90/100

The Binding of Isaac Reviews and more

Based on 12 critics – Overal Score: 85 / 100

GameInfo: When Isaac’s mother starts hearing the voice of God demanding a sacrifice be made to prove her faith, Isaac escapes into the basement facing droves of deranged enemies, lost brothers and sisters, his fears, and eventually his mother.

The Binding of Isaac is a randomly generated action RPG shooter vvith heavy Rogue-like elements. Following Isaac on his journey players vvill find bizarre treasures that change Isaac’s form giving him super human abilities and enabling him to fight off droves of mysterious creatures, discover secrets and fight his way to safety.

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RHR! “Super Meat Boy was a instant classic when it was released last year. As soon as Team Meat announced their next game a few months back, fans were excited. Team Meat is known for their weirdness and humor. With only Edmund Mcmillen, one half of Team Meat, on this “side project” of theirs, will it be any good?” Read Full Review 100/100
RipTen “It is like Isaac is a representation of all of us. We live with great difficulty, trying to survive every awful crisis that life pulls the pin out of and throws at us. Most of the problems we face aren’t even caused by us and are products of things we don’t even understand or have no control over, like Isaac’s crazy mom and the voices she hears. No matter what, though, we have to face those difficulties and defeat them in order to continue on. Even when we succeed we are thrust back to the beginning of it all, naked and crying but a little bit smarter and a little bit stronger, ready to combat the next dungeon of our lives until we exit the game entirely.” Read Full Review 95/100
Destructoid If I weren’t already so fond of game jams — and rapid prototyping in general – The Binding of Isaac likely would have pushed me into such fandom. It began life as a week-long project between Team Meat’s Edmund McMillen and Florian Himsl, eventually growing to what it is now, a twisted roguelike centered around religious themes and classic gaming influences. Read Full Review 95/100
Game Breakers The Binding of Isaac is like nothing you’ve seen before: a mix of Smash TV-like controls, Legend of Zelda-like perspective, and a brutally hard difficulty of a roguelike. But, is it worth the punishment? Read Full Review 90/100
DualShockers “When Super Meat Boy was released last year it instantly put Team Meat on the map in a way I don’t think even they were prepared for. While the team is currently working on their second full title together, Edmund McMillen (half of the team) has been working on a side project with Florianl Himsl and Danny B called The Binding of Isaac. As the pieces started to come together it was very clear that while this may share a similar look with Super Meat Boy this is an entirely different game. I literally had to force myself to stop playing this game to write this review, so let’s get this thing started so I can get back to playing. ” Read Full Review 90/100
BeefJack “A brilliant – if incredibly deranged – mix of Zelda and the roguelike, which proves to be so accessible and full of variety that you’ll keep coming back for just one more go.” Read Full Review 86/100
ButtonCombo The Binding of Isaac is the latest game by Edmund McMillen, creator of Gish and co-creator of the incredible Super Meat Boy. Mixing shooters with roguelike and combining Zelda with tons and tons of powerups, this game is certainly unique. But can it live up to the standards that Super Meat Boy set?. Read Full Review 85/100
SHH MOM! In the first review of The Binding of Isaac, Nickolai Niver writes: “All in all, Edmund has developed another wonderful game. It’s in no way Super Meat Boy, but it’s a beautiful game that’s well worth the five dollars”. Read Full Review 85/100
IGM The dictionary defines the word “awesome” as: – inspiring awe: an awesome sight. – showing or characterized by awe – Slang. very impressive. That above is how I would describe Edmund McMillen’s The Binding of Isaac. Read Full Review 85/100
4LOGPC 4LOG’s Garrett Kaser takes a look at Super Meat Boy creator Edmund McMillen’s latest take on classic RPGS with The Binding of Isaac. Read Full Review 80/100 “Edmund McMillen, half of Team Meat and developer of cult indie hit Gish, is well-versed in the art of the thoroughly disgusting. The Binding Of Isaac is the natural progression of his trademark art style and dark mature themes, telling the horrifying story of an abused child escaping certain death at the murderous hands of his insane mother – fighting off hordes of deformed, nightmarish monstrosities with his own tears. It’s thoroughly nasty, frequently nauseating and occasionally even a mite moving. Read Full Review 80/100
ThriftyNerd: Many players will not stick with the game for long, but those who do will be rewarded with a constantly changing world. You will not see everything the first time you beat the game, but you will always see something unique and weird in a good way. It’s not for everyone, but The Binding of Isaac certainly is for someone. Read Full Review 60/100



Genre: Action, Adventure
Developer: Edmund McMillen and Florian Himsl
Publisher: Edmund McMillen
Release Date: 28 Sep 2011


OIO: The Game Reviews and more

Based on 2 critics – Overal Score: 85 / 100

GameInfo: OIO is a 3D scrolling platformer. The player controls OIO, a little vvooden character, who can grovv vvooden beams by throwing special seeds on fertile grounds. As he vvakes up in a strange universe made of vvood, OIO finds that all his vvooden companions are petrified. Being left alone in this gigantic place, he will embark for a journey that will help him understand vvhat happened to his people. He will retrace the history of the wood civilization and how the steel changed everything in the run to more povver and technology.

To understand why he is novv alone, OIO progress through various levels and environments. OIO’s power can be used in different vvays, mixing classic platform gameplay and puzzle situations. He is able to combine up to three vvooden beams at the same time. He vvill use them to climb cliffs, jump higher, solve puzzles and control the fire propagation.

Critic Score
GamingBolt Geekmandem takes a look at this little know platformer for PC, and see how it stands up against its peers. Read Full Review 90/100
GameZebo When a game is named after the shape of the protagonist’s face, you know you’re in for a very art-filled ride. OIO is a puzzle platformer that revolves around a single key mechanic, coupled with intense mystery as to who you are and what exactly is going on. Read Full Review 80/100


System requirements:

* Windows XP/Vista/7
* DirectX 9c
* 2.5 GHz
* 2 GB RAM


Developer: Uncanny Games
Publisher: Uncanny Games
Genre: Platformer
Release Date: September 2011