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Editorial: July 2018

Overworked and underpaid Welcome to July’s editorial for 2018, where we’re taking a well-deserved break from work and putting our feet up for a moment. Let’s take a look back at what happened in June as well as find out what’s coming up this month. Attributes: Followers: Published: Most popular: Most liked: My favourite:     1,125 lovely people 15 posts Gamers blog party: summer … Continue reading Editorial: July 2018

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Question of the Month: July 2018 edition

It’s time for a new Question of the Month, one which will see us attempt to answer a quandary that has been puzzling the gaming community since they realised those Space Invaders would never stop coming. But first let’s find out who won June’s challenge! The winner Last month, Luna from GamersUnitedGG Blog asked: you are a new villain trying to make a name for … Continue reading Question of the Month: July 2018 edition

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Silence should have stayed quiet

Although I’m a fan of the adventure genre, I don’t particularly enjoy entries by Daedalic Entertainment. There’s something about the logic used within them I just can’t seem to wrap my head around and, while the puzzle solutions aren’t too bizarre, they don’t make sense to me. Give me a monkey to open a valve in Monkey Island and I’ll know exactly what to do … Continue reading Silence should have stayed quiet

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198X: every 80s game in one

Last week I wrote about Backbone, a detective noir adventure I’d come across on Kickstarter recently. Its pixelated art and ‘challenging, thought-provoking storyline featuring themes of power, corruption, social decay and systemic discrimination’ – not to mention its anthropomorphic raccoon protagonist – caught my eye and I decided to make a pledge. It seems as though it had the same effect on others as Luke … Continue reading 198X: every 80s game in one