REVIEW: Giga Girl


When you think about it, games really have changed alot since the old days.  We’ve gone from simple ball & paddle games to epic adventure games with extremely realistic graphics.  And there’s been all sorts of eras in between, each memorable for it’s own reason, such as the Golden Age of Arcades, where scoring high…

REVIEW: Black Hole Hazard


It’s rare, even among indie games, for a developer to try something truly unique, instead of going with some tried-and-true formula.  With Black Hole Hazard, developer Superthumb makes the attempt at something unique, a game that really doesnt play like anything else.  The results are… interesting, but also very mixed, creating a game that I…

REVIEW: Cursed Castilla


Cursed Castilla could be a spin-off from Ghosts n Goblins, an arcade title of 1985. You know, those ridiculously difficult games designed to eat your coins by making you die over and over until you mastered the game and could finish it blindfolded. And poor.