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Review: Megabyte Punch

In the video: I will be reviewing a fantastic action platformer by reptile games

Game description: Megabyte Punch is a fighting/beat ‘em up game in which you build your own fighter! As you travel through different environments, you battle other creatures to get their parts. Parts have their own powers and bonuses, like gun arms for a shoot ability or powerful hips for a devastating pelvic thrust

Made by: Chocolatier Games


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Video Review: Totemori


In the video: I take a look at a new free to play game on steam called Totemori

Totemori is a free-to-play local multiplayer brawler by Shiro Labs and Mito Studio where you build towers while trying to topple everyone else’s!

Made by: ChocolatierGames
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Review: Goblin Harvest – The Mighty Quest

Goblin Harvest is a turn-based strategy game that represents a board game where you control armies defending towns from hoards of goblins. The game developer advised me to check out the “quick start guide” here and I would highly advise it. The game takes a while to understand and even on the easiest difficulty, I lost my first game before watching that video. Upon starting you notice several options you can tweak and the game includes a 1 out of six difficulty rating based off of those settings. This is a fantastic idea as it helps gamers tweak individual things without worrying about how hard or easy that tweak will make it...

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Review: Kivi, Toilet and Shotgun

Kivi, Toilet and Shotgun is a top-down shooter game similar where you drive and blast your way down desert roads collecting power-ups, new weapons, and upgrades to your car. The controls are similar to that of Devolver Digital’s Hotline Miami, where you control the turning and movement independently of one another. I personally like this movement style, but I feel it could have been executed better in this game. If they; for example, sped up the player movement, it would have meshed better with the turning to create a fast-paced combat method. The driving is similar, with the player using WASD to move the car and the mouse to operate the gun above the car...

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Review: Evoland 2


Evoland 2: A Slight Case of Time Space Continuum Disorder is the sequel to the indie game hit, Evoland.

The basic story is this: you are a boy who was rescued by a girl’s father. You make your way into the forest and help the girl when you encounter some demons. The demons tell you that they are trying to harness some sort of energy and upon further inspection, you travel back to the war the humans had with the demons 50 years earlier. You must then figure out how to get back to your own time while helping people along the way. The story is simple but is always moving forward and never slips from your engagement. The story mixes well with the gameplay to help keep you engaged, with dynamic characters, funny references to other games or pop culture, and NPC’s feel like people more than they do information machines. The other characters have a good dynamic and feel very lifelike instead of extra swords to swing. The game uses comedy a lot, but never uses it as a crutch so it feels more like a nice addition rather than a focal point. Jokes are often well executed and had me genuinely chuckling a few times.

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Review: Dystoria

DYSTORIA is a 3rd person space shooter where you make use of gravity to shoot, spin, and collect your way to the portal.

DYSTORIA has fun movement and quality shooting. The object of most levels is to collect a certain number of orbs before you make your way to the portal. Each level is shown before you enter it in this sort of spinny pan zoom in sort of situation, which is nice and if you are quick minded, can help you figure out the path to take. Sprinkled throughout the level are a variety of enemies. The enemies are fun to shoot but the resulting explosion feels less than satisfying. The shooting is interesting and meshes with the controls well but killing an enemy feels hollow and could be improved...