Platform PC Genre FPS, Action/Adventure Developer QUICKTEQUILA Publisher tinybuild Platform Played On PC The successor to QUICKTEQUILA’s Lovely Planet, Lovely Planet Arcade, released Friday in a shower of bright graphics and deceptively cute levels. The original Lovely Planet was, despite the abundance of color and cheerful music, a brutal test in precision and skill, and Lovely Planet Arcade is […]
7 Days to Die is an interesting and exciting premise, but unfortunately 7 Days to Die fails on almost every level of execution.
Platforms Xbox One/PC/Playstation 4/Wii U Developer/Publisher Quantum Astrophysicists Guild Genre Puzzle Platform Played Xbox One Providing a handful of new modes to Tumblestone players, the Arcade DLC has been available to purchase since launch. Marathon, Heartbeat, and Infinipuzzle are available to demo with the core game, but in order […]
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Platforms Xbox One/PC/Playstation 4/Wii U Developer/Publisher Quantum Astrophysicists Guild Genre Puzzle Platform Played Xbox One Puzzle games requiring you to match three of the same block are nothing new to the realm of gaming, but Tumblestone attempts to infuse this concept with some interesting new twists which results in […]
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