As mentioned within the game title, Mad Games Tycoon is an another tycoon game. One that is centered around the creation of video games and selling it as its primary theme. Let’s find out on how does this game pull it off.
Welcome to Cloudbank. A city in Transistor that’s so sci-fi and democratic, that the building design, colours, and the city’s weather can be changed by a voting system through the OVC Terminal. It also provides updates on the events that are happening within the city.
Another year and another steam sales and this time its for Autumn. Time to get those games that you’ve wanted to play at a great discount. If you run out of ideas or not sure which game to purchase, why not read the reviews of all the games I’ve reviewed so far.
When I first saw Icey appear on steam, my initial impression was wondering which game does this game clone from. As to why I have such thoughts, it’s probably because any game related news I heard or read coming from China it’s either about a game on mobile or a clone from the a popular western game title such as Overwatch. The game appears in my steam recommendation for several days along with being in Steam top charts for awhile; and that’s where it catches my interest. It shouldn’t be that bad of a game since it was on the top chart for the past few days since its released. Right?
Decided to make a segment entailing what I’ve been up to for the past week. This segment will be mostly about game related stuff or things I find interesting to share with to my readers.
In a world where the human empires once stood tall and proud have been brought to ruin by an event that is later known as Grim Dawn. A catastrophic event that pushes humanity to the boundaries of extinction due to the appearance of two otherworldly faction, the Aetherials and Chthonians, and their ever ongoing war. Welcome to the world of Cairn.
In Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles, you pack your bags and set sail to the island of Gemea. An island filled with exotic flora and fauna, lush environment and a taint called the Murk. A stagnant island cancer, which in all honesty, the local populace couldn’t give a dam.
Block’hood is one of those building games, that is either a hit or a miss. It’s not something that appeals to everyone, even if it’s someone who likes playing building games. Only a small group of people may truly enjoy and appreciate the things this game have to offer. Do give this a read if you’re keen on getting this game.