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Randal’s Monday is an adventure game recently released on PlayStation 4. It takes cues from the old-school point and click games while also adding many modern gameplay mechanics to give us the best of both worlds. If before continuing reading this review you want to read more about how the game was made, you can check out our interview with two of the developers by clicking right here.
Blowfish Studios took Gunscape to Kickstarter in 2014 and sadly didn’t meet their initial goal. I remember seeing the campaign and watching the pitched video, and it didn’t exactly blow me away since the graphics were quite poor, and the quality of the video itself was too poor. Also, the funds they were are asking for was simply too low for the size and scope of the game they were planning, so I stayed away thinking thinking the game will just become vaporware. I like it when games studios prove me wrong. Not only did they release the game for PC, but for all other platforms as well! I congratulate them for pulling it off on their own in two years since their Kickstarter – it shows they had true determination to bring Gunscape to the masses.
Okay, here we are, reviewing Catlateral Damage! I was following the development of this game when it released on PC last year because I was of course extremely curious about this “first-person destructive cat simulator” but I was not originally sure if the official trailer for this game had sold me to the experience.
I played Catlateral Damage for several hours, so now it’s time to share my thoughts about this experience!
Don’t Die, Mr. Robot! is an arcade-style release from from Infinite State Games. In this game, you are a small fruit-eating robot who only wants to grab as much fruit as possible but, for some reason, there’s a ton of deadly enemies out to keep you from your juicy prize.
Read below to see what we thought of this game!