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Clash Force Review

Clash Force from Publisher Ratalaika Games and Developer Spicy Gyro Games Feels like a mix of Megaman and Contra on the NES. A side scroller platformer Clash force is a fairly standard side scrolling platform. There are 3 different members of the Clash Force that you...

Bunny Memory Review

Bunny Memory from Publisher and Developer DillyFrame A bunny-fied digital version of the classic memory card game. Couch co-op and single player options. A card matching memory game A bunny twist on the classic memory card game. Instead of being limited to images like...

A Summer With The Shiba Inu Review

A Summer With The Shiba Inu from Publisher Ratalaika Games and Developer Quill Studios A long story with a nice soundtrack. Convenient mechanics for scrolling back to reread passages. Lots of Dog puns. A Visual Novel with Puns This is a visual novel set in a world of...

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Mask of Mists Review

Mask of Mists from Publishers Sometimes You, Stately Snail and Developer 9 Eyes Game Studio Minimal combat challenges, some relatively easy puzzles, not a lot of story. Enjoyable but short game. First-person Adventure Puzzler You are a mercenary who has been sent to...

Party Panic Review

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Déjà Vu Review

Déjà Vu from Publisher and Developer Eric Freeman A short enjoyable puzzle game with a couple of cool mechanics and a very bright background. A minimalist puzzle game You need to move your square to the yellow square somewhere on the screen. Its start is pretty simple...

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