Although I love the adventure genre, I’m not a Daedalic Entertainment fan at all. There’s just something about their games I can’t get my head around and the humour within … Continue Reading <em>State of Mind</em>: Daedalic disaster?
Detective films and books? They don’t do anything for me. The pacing and typical private-investigator-with-personal-demons protagonist fail to keep me engrossed. But give me a video game with a detective … Continue Reading <em>Missing in Jericho</em>: the search begins
What makes a video game? The argument about the type and extent of gameplay that must exist within a release in order classify it in this way has been a … Continue Reading <em>Coloring Pixels</em>: clicking calm
The developers of Theropods got in touch last month to let me know about their Kickstarter campaign. After playing through the demo on Twitch and seeing that their science-fiction world … Continue Reading <em>Kumo</em>: one boy’s <em>Journey</em>
It’s obvious to any Later Levels visitor just how much I adore point-and-click adventure games. Throw in some lovely-looking pixel-art, an independent and strong-willed female protagonist, and an intriguing storyline … Continue Reading <em>Theropods</em>: everybody do the dinosaur
Time loop mechanics in video games intrigue me so I was curious when Alt-Frequencies appeared in my Steam recommendations one day. I added it to my wishlist despite not having … Continue Reading <em>Alt-Frequencies</em>: stay tuned
How do you feel about switching between characters in a single video game? Is it something you enjoy, because it gives you the chance to see a digital world through … Continue Reading Badly switching things up with <em>The Little Acre</em>