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Epitasis: a beautiful and puzzling Kickstarter

There’s nothing I like more than a video game set in a beautiful digital world, with interesting puzzles that provide just the right level of challenge and a good story to hold it altogether. The Witness by Thekla Inc got it so right in connection with the first factor and did ok on the second; but was unfortunately way off the mark on the last. … Continue reading Epitasis: a beautiful and puzzling Kickstarter

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Review: The Town of Light

Originally published on 1001Up: Title overview The Town of Light by LKA Published by LKA Released in February 2016 No PEGI rating but please note: this game isn’t for children Adventure, horror genre Available on the Oculus Rift and PC More information can be found on the official website Initial impressions When we received a press release about The Town of Light by LKA, I … Continue reading Review: The Town of Light

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Preview: The Town of Light

Originally published on 1001Up: After months of staying away from crowdfunding platforms, I recently became a backer for the Kickstarter campaign for Ghost Theory. The thing that attracted me to this horror-adventure was the fact that players will have the opportunity to investigate real-world haunted locations: the Dreadlocks Ltd team have been in talks with owners of private properties and convinced many of them to … Continue reading Preview: The Town of Light

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Interview: Ryan Cooper (STASIS)

Originally published on 1001Up: Adventure-horror STASIS is the work of brothers Chris and Nic Bischoff, also known as The Brotherhood, and was in development for around five years before its release at the end of August 2015. I first heard about the title after receiving a press release in connection with its Kickstarter campaign and decided to become a backer myself as soon as I’d … Continue reading Interview: Ryan Cooper (STASIS)