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Snipperclips: Cut It Out Together! Review

When the Nintendo Switch launched on March 3rd, 2017, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild lead the charge. As many are beginning to say, including myself, it is a masterpiece and one of the best games of all time. While that may shadow some of the other launch titles, there are a few that truly deserve your attention once you finish your adventure in Hyrule or need a quick respite from facing ...[Read More]

Review: Puzzle Expedition (DS)

Puzzle games are a dime a dozen these days, but it’s rare when one requires the gamer to think logically and strategically. Puzzle Expedition by MumboJumbo Games for the Nintendo DS is just that. With 90 levels to go through, Puzzle Expedition takes gamers on a hunt for a missing father, and delivers plenty of chances to make your brain explode.

Nintendo’s Downloadable Explosion!

It’s the week after Thanksgiving and stores are crazy with sales! Grown women are trampling each other just to get to the newest Toy Story 3 dolls. Nintendo has also decided to jump in on the fun and post all kinds of new downloadable games to all of their current systems!

Review: Blue Toad Murder Files: The Mysteries of Little Riddle (PC)

Ponder puzzles! Resolve Riddles! Elucidate Enigmas! Solve the mysteries of Little Riddle!

Twitter Contest: Blue Toad Murder Files

"To celebrate the launch of Blue Toad Murder FilesTM:The Mysteries of Little Riddle on PC today, Relentless Software® announces a Twitter Riddle. Two puzzles will be posted on @Blue_Toad each day until Saturday 27th November. The first 10 people to solve the puzzle will win a download copy of Blue Toad Murder Files on PC."

Enter Our Dream-y Giveaway!

Update: Congrats to Andrew, Dvir, Keklar, Jaypx85, and schrnkuk – our winners! All codes have been emailed or DM’d via Twitter, so enjoy! Happy November everybody! To kick off this wonderful fall month, we are having a giveaway!

Review: Hidden Mysteries Titanic (Wii & DS)

Recently Avanquest released Hidden Mysteries Titanic for the Nintendo Wii and Nintendo DS systems. Being advertised as a mixture between hidden object and puzzle in terms of gameplay, I feel that accurately describes what players can expect.

Review: Dream Chronicles: The Book of Air (PC)

Today, I spent a good portion of my time playing, and completing, Dream Chronicles: The Book of Air by PlayFirst. Well before the game was released, I knew I wanted to play it. I’m a huge fan of hidden-object games, so the recent installment to the Dream Chronicles franchise was a must-have. I will admit that The Book of Air is the first Dream Chronicles game I’ve ever played, so I was...[Read More]

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