You’re In Space And Everyone Wants You Dead is a game that’s as self-descriptive as it gets: you, the character behind the arm on the screen, or as I prefer to imagine it, a floating arm in space, have to survive. Period. With similar premise and gameplay to Devil Daggers [Review], it’s not just the fact that it’s free that makes this game worth taking a look at (heck, it’s free – just play it already). Continue reading “Freeware Archive: You’re In Space And Everyone Wants You Dead”
We’re playing this, you’re playing what?
Arvind: I have relapsed back into the frantic and salty world of Counter Strike Global Offensive. Gambling controversy aside, the game remains the top FPS game on the pc market. Oh how I have missed you. Continue reading “Our weekend in games”
There’s merit in simplicity, which is perhaps the easiest way to approach perfection. Reality can never fully take the shape of an Idea – a drawn circle is never actually a circle – but there’s less room for flaw in drawing a line than there is in drawing a dodecahedron. Devil Daggers is a simple game, with few flaws I can think of, but is it a good game? It didn’t take me long to find out. Continue reading “Review: Devil Daggers”