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Virus At Home Review

With the whole world becoming rather jaded by the whole COVID-19 pandemic, it takes a courageous developer to release a game whose premise is to clean your home to protect you from a virus. Yet here we are, with Virus At Home a reasonably recent entry onto Steam. With that in mind, it does seem…

Nevemodo Review

In the world of casual gaming, it’s nice to have a few games in your collection that are more short diversions rather than long-form games. This gives you something to play more as a distraction rather than something you sit down with for hours. This is partly whi I think games such as Fruit Ninja…

Tall Poppy Review

Tall Poppy is another one of those games that falls into the horror genre. It is a game that is intended to be completed in a fairly short space of time, and appears to combine horror with a slight comedic twist. It is a fairly low-cost game that seems to follow the rule that a…

Savage Lands Review

When I first began seriously getting involved in the Twitch community, some of the streamers I gravitated towards involved themselves in survival games. In particular, DayZ was extremely popular. I’m not sure why I ended up going down this path. Outside of Mineceaft, it is not a game genre I particularly play myself. I think…

World Wide Hack Review

Cyber security is a topic that a lot of people don’t know enough about. Certainly, GeekJabber has dedicated a lot of screen real estate to providing information that might help people improve their security while on the Internet. A large part of this is to help try and change the attitude that security is “someone…

Tap Tap Builder Review

Back in the 90s, I had the luxury of playing the original SimCity game as well as SimCity 2000. This was a particularly popular franchise back then, and it was extremely easy to sink hours into the game building large cities and keeping them running. There have been a few modern city building games which…

My Furry Detective Review

I have been a user of Second Life for a while now, still popping in every now and again despite the fact that its peak usage seems to have been and gone. Given the nature of the virtual world that is Second Life, it’s very difficult to avoid the whole furry subcommunity. The furry fandom…

Xmas Week: Ho Ho Home Invasion Review

I wanted to round out Xmas Week this year with another free game. This is to try and provide a few more options for those that might not have huge budgets for games but want to have a few things to play during the silly season. Ho Ho Home Invasion also ticks the box of…

Xmas Week: Present Danger Review

I’m sure I’m not the only person who is familiar with calling Christmas the Silly Season. It’s a fairly common turn of phrase. Whether it’s because the kinds are running amuck during the school holidays after eating one too many candy canes or you’ve had one too many beers at the office Christmas party, I’m…

Xmas Week: No Crooks On Christmas Review

While most of the games I’ve reviewed this week have been reasonably low cost, I’m aware that some people don’t have huge budgets to pay for games. Particularly at this time of year, where people’s budgets need to extend to other things, there may be those looking for a few free-to-play options to help their…

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