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7th Sector Review – A Puzzler With A Spark

7th Sector Review – A Puzzler With A Spark A television set comes to life, static filling its screen. Within the noise, you can barely make out a humanoid figure. Moving the analog stick makes this faint specter move, but it’s trapped in this small box with no clear objective …

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Ministry of Broadcast

Ministry of BroadcastMinistry of Broadcast is a narrative-driven single player cinematic platformer mixing Orwell’s 1984 with modern reality TV. A country divided by The Wall; to cross it and reach your family, you must compete on – and win – a reality TV show broadcast by the Regime. Publisher: Hitcents …

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Speaking Simulator

Speaking Simulator Much like the games it takes inspiration from, Speaking Simulator definitely isn’t for everyone. It’s a short physics-based romp filled with slapstick quality and well-written humour that’s bound to make anyone laugh regardless of whether you’re playing or watching. Despite its short runtime and minimal replay value, if …

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Bookbound Brigade

Bookbound Brigade I did not enjoy my time with Bookbound Brigade, but I do say that with a heavy heart. I really wanted to like the game. It has a lot of character and some nice work has gone into its visual design. But its problems are insurmountable and ultimately …

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SIMULACRA 2 Simulacra 2 is a game that successfully experiments with storytelling, and delivers an engaging narrative with a many mysteries to solve. It’s best played on a phone, but if you like exploring new ways of discovering a story, it’s worth your time.

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KUNAI Kunai balances a gorgeous style in everything it does. Gameplay, graphics, and sound design mesh excellently into a wonderful Metroidvania that’ll have you hooked from start to finish. It’s not perfect, the combat could be a bit harder, but it’s fun at every turn, and that’s always worth applauding. …

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