During the weekend i have been playing a game that has been out for some time now, but had not gotten around to play it before. I am very glad that i now actually got to play it. Jazzpunk created by Necrophone Games is a comedy adventure game where you play as a spy during the cold war. Continue Reading
The game has just been released on to Steam, but has been on my radar ever since they did their kickstarter campaign. for some reason it always intrigues me when a developer decides to with an 8 bit style game. Must be some sort of sentiment i have from when i was a kid. But i always like to check these game out when they arrive. But one thing i am not a fan off is horror type games, it’s just not my type of games, but this is still my weekly pick and here is why.
This week we are going for a newly released game from BitMonster. Inc. called Lili: Child of Geos. a gorgeous looking game that plays on the Island of Geos. An lushes island filled with friendly characters called Constructs. You play as Lili, a girl who traveled to the island to find rare flowers for her school project.
During your stay you will find out that the friendly constructs are being oppressed by the spirits, and mostly the Mayor of the island who is also a spirit. It is you job to help these constructs out and collect flowers and other collectibles a long the way.
This week we are going for something different and i think is an exciting game. Broforce the game from Free Lives.
I did not have to much time this week to actually sit down and play a game in full length, but there is always some time to play a couple of missions in Broforce.
Pixel art at it’s finest i would say. The game is currently still on Early Access, but has a lot going for it to buy it right now. There are currently a total of 19 Bros (characters) in the game you can play as. From Rambro to Brobocop, and each has their own unique abilities. Continue Reading
This week we are diving into a new game that was just released called FarSky by FarSky Interactive.
I spend a good amount of time on this game during the weekend, and i pretty much love everything about this game. Let it be said i in general love games that let’s you play under water. So i might be slightly biased when it comes to this game.
This week i decided to check out the newly released (also Early Access) game “Lifeless Planet” from Stage 2 Studios.
This game has been on my radar for over a year now, and was waiting in anticipation for it to be released, and i was definitely not disappointed.