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Kick It, Bunny Review

Kick it, Bunny from Publisher and Developer DillyFrameGames More bunny kicking things around and trying to solve block puzzles. Bunny redesign potentially the stuff of nightmares. This is the next game in the Kicking Bunny Series of games from DillyFrame. They’ve made...

Butterfly Review

Butterfly from Publisher Xitilon and Developer Grin Robot Very basic platformer. Issues with the controls and a few other things. At least it’s short. A puzzle platformer where you play as a caterpillar on their journey to become a butterfly. You will make your way...

ReactorX Review

ReactorX from Publisher Xitilon and Developer Lovixsama Short and easy but enjoyable 2D puzzle game. This is a top down 2D puzzle game. The narrative premise for the puzzles is repairing your spaceship by rerouting power. This is done by pushing or pulling the...

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Long Ago: A Puzzle Tale from Publisher and Developer GrimTalin Puzzle game with a good story and great music. Simple concept with good execution. Long Ago: A Puzzle Tale is a puzzle game and fairy tale rolled into one. The story is about a princess longing for freedom...

Knight Squad 2 Review

Knight Squad 2 from Publisher and Developer Chainsawesome Games Top down, fast paced, multi-player, medieval fantasy combat. Good for adults and adolescents. Multiple match options for online or local play. Supports cross platform online matchmaking. Knight Squad 2 is...

Buildings Have Feelings Too! Review

Buildings Have Feelings Too! from Publisher Merge Games‬ and Developer Blackstaff Games A cute but complicated time based strategy/puzzle game. If you like complex variables this could be a great game for you. Buildings Have Feelings Too! is marketed as a “city...

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