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FREE WEEK: Find Love or Die Trying Review

Find Love or Die Trying is an interesting concept. It’s a reasonably new game, being released in September 2021. It’s a game that puts a bit of a spin on the whole Reality TV concept, but with a twist – if you don’t end up marrying one of the contestants, you end up being killed.…

FREE WEEK: Protoball Review

Many years ago, I experimented with the game Rocket League. It’s s game I never really completely got the hang of. The problem is I spent more time circling around the ball than hitting it. I did progressively get better at the game, but never to the point that I would call myself a great…

FREE WEEK: Big Klondike Review

People who know me know I have an interest in vintage computing. My first foray into the land of the PC-compatibles was in 1991, when our family took possession of a 386SX/16 running Microsoft Windows 3.0 and MS-DOS 5.0. This was the first version of Windows to include the card game Solitaire. While some may…

FREE WEEK: Snowboarding Review

When I started using computers, the Commodore 64 and other similar-vintage computers were a very common sight. Games back then were relatively simple, because they had to be. The limited resources in these machines placed severe limitations on what was possible, and game developers would frequently try and push these machines to their limit to…

FREE WEEK: Super Animal Royale Review

For better or worse, Fortnite introduced the world to the battle royale genre of games. It is one of the earliest examples of this genre, and is certainly one of the best-known. Some people have avoided the game though for various reasons, including the behaviour of some players in the Fortnite lobby. Luckily it is…

Food Delivery Battle

I have recently written a review on DashDash Delivery. Even though the game had great educational potential, the game was not one of my better gaming experiences. I wanted to give this specific genre of game a second chance though, as they seem like a bit of silly fun if they are done well. This…

Zombie Killer Drift Review

I have been somewhat of a fan of the Carmageddon series of games. I was introduced to the game by a friend in the late 90s and invested a bit of time into playing it. I also have a few versions in my Steam library, including the remastered version that entered the scene a few…

Wolfenstein 3D: A Retrospective

Gamers these days are absolutely spoiled when it comes to gaming. With the advances in processors and graphics cards, developers have been able to provide visually stunning games with a lot of technology crammed into their gaming engines. Some younger members of our audience may not know of a time when things were a little…

Escape from Dufo

Escape from Dufo caught my attention as a low-cost horror-style puzzle game. It struck me as an interesting combination. It seemed to have a very spooky looking atmosphere with a bit of added puzzle-solving thrown into the mix. It also seemed to be a game that you could run through very quickly. To me, this…

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