Slay the Princess: Good Graphics, Simple Gameplay, Somewhat Confusing Story.

Slay the Princess is a confusing game to write about. I’m not sure what to say and what not to say. It all comes down to how much I could talk about and how much I understood enough to talk about. At first, the game is straightforward. There is a cabin in the woods, aContinue reading “Slay the Princess: Good Graphics, Simple Gameplay, Somewhat Confusing Story.”

Killer Frequency is a Fun Horror Adventure Game

Killer Frequency is one of the better games I’ve played this year. I think it is similar to Rewind or Die but has better graphics and a better story. The gameplay could be better, but working out what you’re supposed to do is still fun. The story is terrific! It reminds me of slasher moviesContinue reading “Killer Frequency is a Fun Horror Adventure Game”

Spooky Indie Horror Games to Creep You Out

There is something fun about being scared or creeped out. Whether it is sitting around a campfire telling the same scary stories or playing a survival horror game, there is something I find enjoyable about being scared. Indie games do a better job of taking the horror genre in different directions than the larger studios.Continue reading “Spooky Indie Horror Games to Creep You Out”

What Happen Here? The Underwater Horror Game, Silt

Silt is a stylish puzzle game. It lacks a story, and it is a short game. It left me wanting more, but not in a good way. It leaves many questions unanswered. You don’t get much of a story to build the game’s world, and it relies on visuals to give a sense of theContinue reading “What Happen Here? The Underwater Horror Game, Silt”

Sea of Stars is a Fantastic Game

Sea of Stars is a wonderful RPG that reminds me of Chrono Trigger, Illusion of Gaia, and Super Mario RPG. It has an interesting story, fun characters, and gorgeous artwork. I like almost everything about this game. Most RPGs are built on a series of tropes. When done well, they make for a spectacular game.Continue reading “Sea of Stars is a Fantastic Game”

Rewind or Die is a Short but Fun Survival Horror Game

Rewind or Die is a survival horror game. It is set in a video rental store sometime in the 90s. I’m not exactly sure where and when, but VHS tapes are everywhere, so I’m guessing mid to late 1990s. The game uses a first-person perspective and Playstation One graphics. I like this choice quite aContinue reading “Rewind or Die is a Short but Fun Survival Horror Game”

Revisiting Oxenfree: Great Characters, Great Story, and A Ton of Fun

Oxenfree is one of the games that started my interest in indie games. This was an easy game for me, and I loved the story. I only had a few insignificant issues with it. The story is what is carrying the day here. The gameplay is minimal and reduced to selecting dialogue options and performingContinue reading “Revisiting Oxenfree: Great Characters, Great Story, and A Ton of Fun”

Signalis, A Terrifying Look into the Future

Signalis is a survival horror game resembling Another World and Heart of the Alien. It leans has a Lovecraft influence to it which is very cool! It is an excellent horror game. It is set in a dystopian future and has a very dark atmosphere. The game takes place in a series of underground facilitiesContinue reading “Signalis, A Terrifying Look into the Future”

Oxenfree II: Lost Signals a Wonderful Story with Great Music

Oxenfree II is an interesting story. You play a character named Riley, who is participating in an experiment on a neighboring island to Edward Island from the first game. Alex, the first game’s main character, also appears. It isn’t necessary to know what happened in the first game. The gameplay is simple, and the controlsContinue reading “Oxenfree II: Lost Signals a Wonderful Story with Great Music”

The Lovecraft Inspired Fishing Game | A Dredge Review

Dredge is an open-world horror fishing game. The game leans into Lovecraftian horror, which works exceptionally well for a fishing game. This is a combination of things that I never thought would be in a game, and it all works. Lovecraft writes about water, cold, and unfathomable cosmic horror. People are driven mad by thingsContinue reading “The Lovecraft Inspired Fishing Game | A Dredge Review”