Nyamakop accepted into international games accelerator Stugan

It seems that the Kenyan / South African studio Nyamakop is going to get a lot of time to whip their playdough platformer into shape. Wait, playdough platformer? Semblance is just that. Imagine being an energetic blob and the world around you is firm, but squishy. You can nudge platforms to beath those impossible to make jumps or frustratingly out of reach collectibles suddenly are *just* in reach...

Review: Little Nightmares (PS4)

Run and hide, or the Maw will swallow you whole.

Do you like platforming? N++ has over 4,000 levels

4,340 stages? We will be done by lunch, right?

This Kickstarter is all about scratching that Ghosts ‘n Goblins itch

Who remembers playing Ghosts ‘n Goblins (or Ghouls ‘n Ghosts) when they were younger? I always found it to be ridiculously difficult, but that didn’t stop me from trying again and again. If you enjoy the idea of games that follow in the footsteps of that crazy arcade platformer, you need to see the Kickstarter for Battle Princess Madelyn. You play as a young knight, Madelyn, with...

Like platformers that push your precision to the brink? You need to see Celeste

Are you into platformers? Games like Super Meat Boy test your limits, pushing you to be faster and faster, learning from deaths and moving on with improved timings. If frenetic wall combos, air dashes and pinpoint accuracy are your thing, you need to keep an eye on Celeste. Celeste is a game about climbing a mountain, a mountain that for some reason is bristling with spikes. Each level is a small ...

Review: Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice (3DS)

Will Sonic Boom or will he fizzle?

Disney details timeline for shutting down online features in Infinity

It was a sad day when Disney announced that Disney Infinity was being discontinued. It has been almost surreal, with images of designed figures that will never be released floating around the internet. Now the looming death knell is apparent thanks to a timeline from Disney. By March 3, 2017 all Disney Infinity online services and community features will be discontinued for all versions of the gam...

Grow Up Will be Sprouting Soon

Grow Up, the sequel to Ubisoft’s platformer Grow Home, was announced a little while back and was met with a fantastic reception. The original is considered a bit of a hidden gem which more and more people are discovering is worth the time spent on it. It obviously helps that it was free on PS+ at some point. The sequel looks as fantastic as the first game and there are many who are looking f...

Review: INSIDE (Xbox One)

A beautifully disturbing journey

Shovel Knight devs asking fans what their next game should be

An amazing thing in the current age of Video Games is that developers now interact directly with the fans, especially with indie game studios. Yacht Club Games, creators of Shovel Knight, have put up a poll to see what fans want their next game to be, engaging in a whole new way where fan feedback really matters. We're always talking about what games we want to make next. We thought you might ...

Blast from the Past: Adventure Island (Gameboy)

Arm yourself with an axe and a loincloth, we’re going adventuring.

Review: Kirby: Planet Robobot (3DS)

Turn the tide in Kirby: Planet Robobot!

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