A Robot Named Fight! – Download Trainer, Review and more

Rating: 80/100

Review: Wonderful game, If anyone has doubts about it play til you beat the last boss twice. This is a rogue like after all and it gets alot more interesting past that 🙂 Beyond that, If you like Super Metroid/Metroidvania’s and happen to love The binding of Isaac. This is the game for you.

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Necrosphere Review and Trainer download (Cheats)

Rating: 79/100

Necrosphere is a pixelated metroidvania.

There are only two keys, left and right. The levels are progressively harder, but every time you die, you begin right before your challenge. That may sound easy, but it must be said, the challenges are not forgiving at all.

With the game progression, there are abilities unlocked, such as double tap for a sprint/jump, two key pressing for a limited jatpack or destroying blocks wich you didn’t know they could be a new passage.

The levels are well designed, with enough complexity to make even the more experienced sweat.

If you like the genre, you will most likely like this game.

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Genre: Action, Adventure, Indie
Developer: Cat Nigiri
Publisher: Cat Nigiri
Release Date: 1 Sep, 2017

Shu Game – PC Review

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Shu is an excellent looking game with an unique art style. A lot of original gameplay mechanics will keep on freshening up your experience throughout a big variety of levels with different landscapes/looks.

The game runs very smooth and gives the more competitive players a chance to compete on time based highscore leaderboards.

I would personally recommend playing Shu with a controller, as the keyboard controls can feel a bit clunky at times.

Rating: 80/100

Shu | Hardcore Gamer
Shu packs plenty of collectibles and gorgeous animations in a short and sweet adventure, but falls short in a crowded genre thanks to a nonexistent story and an inability to innovate.

Shapeway – PC

You know what I love? Level editors. We spend so much time subconsciously, or explicitly, critiquing the game spaces we navigate; this bottleneck meant I could deal with more enemies, this jump was long and I had to time it well. Remember Adventure Construction Set? I spent hours making spy mysteries for my dad. He actually played them, too. The only thing about ACS was, there was a massive time investment involved if you wanted to make something good.

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By contrast, The Incredible Machine challenged you to design wacky solutions to problems like, “put the ball into the box,” and test them immediately. If your weird contraption accidentally blew the ball off stage, you would see the problem and then address it. But, TIM’s gameplay was entirely creation. Once you pressed play, you had to watch passively as cats and toasters did whatever it is cats and toasters do.

Shapeway is the platformer you solve by first organising the last several blocks of your tiny level into place, then seeing if your design works by jumping on it. If you place a block that will shatter, you may not be able to wait on it. You may need to do so to avoid the circular saw, attached to the block you placed next. Whether or not you are good at platformers will also infl uence how many blocks you place, with less providing unlocks and trophies.

Possible routes are endlessly flexible, though you may start to get a feel for optimal placements. If I have one criticism, it’s that there isn’t a penalty for failure as you test your levels, Finding a solution on your fi rst try seems important, somehow. But, as Technical Director, Peter Mandile, tells us, “To me, the most important thing about Shapeway is learning through trial and error,” and it is certainly this balance of build and play that sets the game apart among PAX 2015’s many platformers.

Sonic: Lost World – PC Review and System Requirements

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I finally got the chance to play “Sonic Lost World” which was a Wii U exclusive for over two years. It’s a solid game, but I kind of wish it had more original level themes and the music could be slightly better. My computer isn’t that fast, but the game runs at a decent enough speed for me. I plan on getting a better graphics card in the future, but right now, Sonic Lost World is fun.
Rating: 70/100

System Requirements


    • OS: Microsoft Windows 7 / 8 / 10
    • Processor: Intel Pentium Dual-Core T4200 (2×2.0GHz) or AMD equivalent
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 (512MB) / ATI Radeon HD 2900 (512MB)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 8 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Sound: 9.0c compatible.
    • Additional Notes: Memory: 2GB RAM (XP)/3GB RAM (Windows 7 / Vista)

    • OS: Microsoft Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel Core i5 @ 2.66 GHz / AMD Phenom II X4 @ 3.0 GHz
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 (1GB) / ATI Radeon HD 5850 (1GB)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 8 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Sound: 9.0c compatible.

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A Pixel Story Mini Review and more

GameInfo: A Pixel Story is a sinister 2D puzzle platformer that charts the evolution of video games. You have to use your Magical Teleportation Hat to explore six increasingly detailed zones on your mission to reach the core of The System to stop the evil OS and save the world.

Review: Amazing Puzzle Platformer with a neat little teleport mechanic thats improved upon each “world” you visit; Lots of odd grammatical errors in the speech bubbles throughout the game.

Rating: 88/100


Title: A Pixel Story
Genre: Action, Adventure, Indie
Developer: Lamplight Studios
Publisher: Channel 4
Release Date: 30 Mar, 2015

Ori and the Blind Forest Review and more

Review: It is something of a rarity that a game manages to pull me in and makes me play it from start to finish in one session. only 2D Castlevania games managed to do that for me and now Ori did that too. from the amazing graphics to the chilling soundtrack, everything in this game screams Quality. The gameplay is in the MetroidVania style, with tight controls, great platforming and really fun abilities and upgrades. the map is large and full of beautiful sceneries with lots of secrets to find.
It took me around 8 hours to finish the game without getting all the collectibles.

+ Gorgeous art-style, really this game is an eye-candy.
+ Chilling Soundtrack.
+ Tight controls.
+ Really fun platforming with many useful upgrades.
+ perfect difficulty.

– Escape sections are kinda trial and error.
– Backtracking.

Overall this game is amazing from start to finish. i didn’t encounter any glitches or bugs, which is really rare in games nowadays. much Respect to Moon Studios for making this wonderful piece of art

Verdict: 91/100


System Requirements:

OS: Windows 7
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E4500 @ 2.2GHz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 5600+ @ 2.8 GHz
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: GeForce 240 GT or Radeon HD 6570 – 1024 MB (1 gig)
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Hard Drive: 8 GB available space

OS: Windows 7
Processor: Intel Core i5 2300 or AMD FX6120
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: GeForce GTX 550 Ti or Radeon HD 6770
DirectX: Version 11
Hard Drive: 8 GB available space

Genre: Action
Developer: Moon Studios GmbH
Publisher: Microsoft Studios
Release Date: 11 Mar, 2015

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BLACK THE FALL – Format: PC, iOS. Android

SOMEWHERE BETWEEN ODDWORLD and Limbo lies Black The Fall- a 2.5D monochromatic stealth platformer, with great emphasis on world building and atmosphere. It’s a throwback to the old cinematic platformers that were so prevalent in the 90s, with all the slick UI and graphical over-lay you’d expect of a modern game. It’s given us more faith in the Square Enix Collective independent publishing initiative – it’s one of the scheme s sophomore games.

Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty Review and System Requirements

GameInfo: Rescue your fellow meat factory slaves in this nostalgic, classic platformer with the latest immersive graphics and design. Find your destiny
Once a happy floor waxer in Oddworld’s biggest meat processing plant, Abe stumbled across his boss’s secret plan to turn the factory’s slave labour force into the latest in the RuptureFarms Tasty Treats line of novelty meat snacks.

Abe now has to save his own skin from the grinders even if simply escaping the flesh farm is only the start of his Oddysee. Trigger-happy hunting parties, carnivorous sacred beasts, ancient temple traps and even a return to his former workplace await Abe on his journey to discover his people’s heritage.

Before I start

I was looking forward to this game, since the Devs hired people and had their website back up. So this review is of a game, I was really hyped for a ♥♥♥♥ lot of time. I also played all of the other Oddworld games, beginning when I was 6. I grew up with them and the stories played a mayor role for me in my childhood. The more I wanted this game to be the better and tastier than all others before.


The game features mostly the same mechanics as Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee. For oldschool fans, it is hard to get used to the new default keyboard settings and I am not sure, if they are an improvement. The mechanics are otherwise, as in Abe’s Oddysee, still well and slowly explained through the level-design and helpful notes, whenever you reach a new obstacle.


Graphically, it has fancy next gen graphics and fluid animations. There is only one big problem. It seems not to very good support some graphics cards from Nvidia, which make the game run fluently only on tiny resolutions and with all the settings (especially shadows) set to very low. This may be fixed in near future, since it is was released the day, I wrote this review. The cutscenes however run fast even with all the settings set to max.


The soundtrack has really improved since the original game. It is ambientic, and really puts you in the right emotions. Only a shame, they don’t offer it as extra content to buy.


Throwing you right into the action, the story is still the same awesome story of Abe, as he first flees from Rupture farms, freeing all his buddies, just to get godly powers to finally shut it down afterwards. It is very well told in great way, as it was in the original game too. The story has no twist. It is easy to understand, unique and yet still really thrilling.

My Rating

The game is a fantastic remake of a cult classic and I love it!

Gameplay: 9/10 (-Weird default controls)
Graphics: 8/10 (-Still very buggy!!)
Soundtrack: 10/10 (Would love to buy)
Story: 10/10 (Classic, Awesomely told, Unique)

Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty!
9,25 / 10
Awesome game, that can only possibly improve through bugfixing.

System Requirements:

OS: Windows 7
Processor: Intel i3-3220 (3.30GHz)
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Radeon HD 5770 / NVIDIA GTX 260
Hard Drive: 10 GB available space

OS: Windows 7 (64 bit) Service Pack 1 / Windows 8
Processor: Intel i5
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Radeon HD 6850 / NVIDIA GTX 560
Hard Drive: 10 GB available space

Genre: Adventure, Indie
Developer: Just Add Water (Developments), Ltd.
Publisher: Oddworld Inhabitants, Inc.
Release Date: 25 Feb, 2015