Fruitbat Factory has a track record of publishing some unique indie games that fly under the radar as sleeper hits. Agartha continues with this trend with environmental manipulation mixed with rogue-ish puzzle platforming. Both Gillman and I were not expecting to have this much fun with this game.
A Song in the Void is an awkward, indie first person platformer. With tedious level design that frustrates instead of entertains, this is a good reminder of what not to do when crafting a game.
Watch us assume the role of El Presidente in Tropico 6 (PC). Gillman loves this series by I have never play any of them. We built up a pretty nice establishment though. Enjoy the embedded stream below:
Currently available for 100 Platinum Coins through the MyNintendo reward program, this 3DS theme is animated and features bunnies from the Animal Crossing series. A perfect tie-in for the spring Easter season, this video below is a simple walk through of what this theme includes.
At the time of this recording, the Division 2 was only out for about a week but Gillman was already beyond level 20. Inbetween taking missions, we also chat about current news and other games we are playing. Enjoy the stream:
Danger Zone and Danger Zone 2 are made by some of the same devs who worked on the Burnout games. Even though this isn’t a Burnout game, it is a Burnout game. Part puzzle game, part reaction based, crashing cars is quality fun. Enjoy the stream:
This week, Gillman and Squall knockout the first portion of RemiLore: Lost Girl in the Lands of Lore on Switch. Join us as we experiment through this roguelite with a heavier focus on real time action.
Project Winter is a multiplayer frenemy survival sim. Players are placed in a frozen wasteland with the goal of escaping to survive. However, there is a traitor among the pack that will try and stop the survivors from escaping. In our stream, we try to figure this out to see it we get it. After…
Reminiscent of R.B.I. Baseball on NES, Baseball Stars Color on the Neo Geo Pocket Color is a quality baseball title. During my game, I managed to get slaughtered by the AI, literally, as I lost 10-0 by the slaughter rule. Even though I totally got smoked, I did get a triple play in the middle…
Spike Volleyball claims to be the first indoor volleyball simulator (although the NES version of Volleyball featured 6v6 indoor gameplay). Although we are not the most knowledgeable when it comes to volleyball, we still give this game a shot. Along the way, we run into some weird collision detection issues, a wildly swinging camera, and…