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Magibot Releases December 18th on Steam

Studio Baikin announces the release, on December 18th, of its new game: Magibot on Steam for 12.99€/$ Follow the adventures of Ilo, a small magician robot sent by humans to a planet of last resort. With its pointed hat and Magic Book, Ilo explores a world full of hostile creatures to find the terraforming beacons. It makes its way using “magical” blocks. The powers to fly, stop time or pass through objects are all powers that will help it overcome obstacles and bravely continue its odyssey. Magibot combines the principles of a Platform Game and those of a Strategy Game. Wisely place the action blocks upstream before taking control of your character. Are you ready for the challenge? Magibot Steam Register with us for the best in gaming, and join us for video game discussions on our forums.

The Gardens Between Coming to PS4 in 2018

Time-Bending Puzzle Game The Gardens Between Comes to PS4 in 2018 The Gardens Between is a homage to friendship, the kind from our childhoods that felt so impossibly large, when we made bonds that we thought could never be broken. Arina and Frendt, the two protagonists, are inseparable friends who shape one another markedly as they grow up. They fall into a mysterious world of beautiful garden islands, where cause and effect are malleable. As you follow them on their journey, a story about friendship, childhood and growing up unfolds. In this game, you don’t control the characters; in this game, you control time. I’m Matt, and at The Voxel Agents we’ve been working on this wild game idea for some time. Back in 2011, we had a concept for a game based on that scene in Minority Report where T...

Top 15 Awesome New Games You Probably Didn’t Know About (Part 1)

There’s been a lot of great games that have been released in the last couple of months and with summer going on, you don’t even need an excuse to sit in and enjoy these games. So here’s a list of indie games that you can enjoy right now. Mr. Shifty Shift through bullets, and master lightning-fast takedowns in an all new kind of action game from tinyBuild and Team Shifty! Mr. Shifty follows a teleportation-fueled heist to break into the world’s most secure facility. Graceful Explosion Machine Skillfully pilot the Graceful Explosion Machine, a fighter ship armed with a ludicrously overpowered quad-weapon array! Lost in deep space, you’ll shoot, dash and combo your way through jewel-hued alien worlds, fighting crystalline enemies to find a way home. Flinthook Fli...

SteamWorld Dig- Free on Origin For Limited Time

SteamWorld Dig is a neat little game where you play a robot cowboy who has to dig downwards to unearth artifacts and items. Every playthrough is fun because it is procedurally generated and this game might lead you to lose a lot of hours because of how addicting it can be. If you want to experience this addictive game, it is currently free on Origin for a limited time only. And if you do like the game and want more, don’ fret because SteamWorld Dig 2 is coming out at the end of month. Here’s the trailer for the sequel for your viewing pleasure. Game Link Register with us for the best in gaming, and join us for video game discussions on our forums.

Gotta Shine A Little Brighter: Rise And Shine Review

Gorgeous artwork,  a wonderful score, and a brutal world, Rise and Shine promises so much more but ultimately falls short. Developed by Super Awesome Hyper Dimensional Mega Team (That’s a mouthful) and published by Adult Swim, Rise and Shine was released in January 2017 for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The game tells a tale of a video game world where characters know they are in a game and are controlled by a “guide”. The game follows the story of an eleven-year-old known as Rise who is chosen to be the carrier of the sacred talking gun known as Shine to save his planet Gamearth from the Space Grunts of the planet Nexgen. The art style and artwork of the game is absolutely gorgeous with beautiful backgrounds that feature cameos and references to many famous games of the pas...

Transcending The Medium: A Transistor Review

Awe-inspiring, jaw dropping and absolutely mesmerizing, Transistor is all of that and so much more. A game that genuinely struck a chord with me and impressed me so much that it left me craving for more after I had finished it. It draws you in on an emotional level that makes you empathise with Red and, the events that have unfolded around her and are about to unfold. And just like Red, I was left speechless with the beauty of it all. Transistor is a sci-fi action RPG game developed and published by Supergiant Games, famous for their previous, critically acclaimed title ‘Bastion’. The game is set in a very cyberpunk futuristic city known as Cloudbank that is run by Administrators to keep the world safe and to satisfy people by letting them decide on things such as the weather c...

Watch the Trailer For Resident Evil Inspired Horror Game Daymare: 1998

Daymare: 1998, an indie horror survival game inspired by Resident Evil has gotten a brand new trailer, shortly before the start of its Kickstarter campaign. In addition to offering a feel of the game’s eerie and mysterious setting, it also features creepy voices and flashes of enemies. Take a look at the trailer below: Before this, developer Invader Studios was working on a fan remake of Resident Evil 2, which was scrapped on a request by Capcom. The noteworthy thing here is that Resident Evil 2 was released in 1998, a number that has a great influence on Daymare, being included in the title as well. According to the developers, it features “many connections with beloved old school survival horror games and ’90s landmark brands.” Invader Studios has also revealed so...

Can Ya Dig It, Sucka?! A Shovel Knight Review

An ode to the games of yesteryear, a beautiful love letter to 2D platforming genre and a mesmerizing 8-bit masterpiece that was made possible with the help of a community willing to take a risk. The game I’m talking about is the amazing “Shovel Knight”. The game that shines amongst its peers and makes it as one of the best 8-bit 2D platformers to have come out in recent times. Shovel Knight is a kickstarted 2D platformer with 8-bit visuals developed by Yacht Club Games. It took the gaming industry by surprise, because nobody expected it to do what it did; it provided a very solid gaming experience all-around. Taking inspiration from the best games of the NES era like Zelda II, Duck Tales, and Castlevania. Shovel Knight bundles these together to make a masterpiece that pays homage to its pr...

Believe It Or Not: Inside Soundtrack Was Made Using A Human Skull

If you didn’t believe that PlayDead’s Inside was eerie enough, hold on to your seats ’cause it just became a lot creepier. It’s not just the game’s environment and story that will give you goosebumps, it’s the development in itself as well. In an article on Gamasutra that deals with a deep dive into the audio of the game, composer Martin Stig Andersen revealed that the game’s haunting soundtrack was recorded with the help of a human skull. No, not a fake one that you use as a Halloween prop, an actual human skull. “I had the basic idea of trying to recreate sounds as they would sound if they were happening inside your head,” Andersen wrote in the Gamasutra post. “That was the curious thought that led me to acquire a human skull an...

Hello Neighbour Lets You Break Into Your Neighbour’s House

Indie devs Dynamc Pixels has announced their new project, Hello Neighbour, and if you ever had paranoid notions about your next-door neighbours, it’ll play right up your alley. The upcoming horror stealth title will let you investigate your neighbour’s house for suspicious activity while they’re not home…..at least that’s what you think. But soon, as you make your way through the rooms and check out the basement to discover what your friendly neighbour is hiding, you realize you’re not alone. Hold on, because this is just the beginning. Hello Neighbour claims to use an advanced iterative AI system that learns your moves, with the creepy neighbour anticipating every step of your break-in attempts. Expect the anxiety level to be high, because they will be ...

The Mindfuck That Fell Short – Asemblance Review

Think The Butterfly Effect. Then mix it with a little bit of PT and add a dab of The Stanley Parable, and you’ve gotten yourself the mind boggling psychological horror that is Asemblance. According to Nilo Studio’s official website, their first game is “the pilot episode of a mind-bending franchise inspired by The Twilight Zone, The X-Files and the Black Mirror Television series.” As exciting as it may sound, the game feels forgettable at the best. Mind you, there are plenty of great things about the game, but the execution feels a little sloppy, making the entire experience unfulfilling. Now you can’t talk much about the game without spoiling some of it, so we’ll try not to mention the story too much. Your aim is to enter numerous memories using a simulation, in order to...

Five Indie Games You Must Try This Month (July 2016)

Indie games are seeing a lot of action these days, with dedicated time during Microsoft’s E3 conference, numerous titles already out and more coming in near future. So here is our list of 5 must-try indie games for the month of July. Asemblance Or in other words, PT meets the Stanley Parable. Asemblance is a first person psychological horror game with multiple endings. I think that’s enough information for make anyone curious. The game is available on the PS 4 and the PC for about $10. Inside Inside is the much awaited title from Playdead, the developers behind the critically acclaimed Limbo. The game is a puzzle platformer adventure, thematically and visually similar to Limbo, where the player controls a young boy in an eerie, nearly monochromatic landscape, solving environmen...

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