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The Last Tinker: City of Colors is a breath of fresh air, especially to an old platform gamer such as myself. It was only as I sat playing this, instead of Watch_Dogs on my PS4 that I realised just how much I needed this game....
Qbeh-1 - The Atlas Cube is fairly linear, but many of the puzzles have enough flexibility that you will feel able to leave your own fingerprint on them; combined with it being relaxing and occasionally tense, and you end up wit...
Jet Car Stunts is a game that, before you know it, that "one more try" was actually half an hour ago and you're already stuck on a different course. It becomes difficult to really criticse a title that gets gameplay so right, b...
Ethan: Meteor Hunter is a game that challenges you while also trying to offer support. Dying is commonplace, but level design means you get another run at things moments later. It does however suffer from inconsistencies in dif...
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