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5 Switch indies for on-the-go fun
July 30, 2018 - Has it been another 5 episodes already? Let's get to it and see what RC has been up to.
Read more: The Nindie Nook: Episodes 11 to 15
Retro fun with Baby Mario
July 26, 2018 - I recently had a great time finishing Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island on the Super NES Classic Edition so allow me to share my experience with this timeless 2D platformer.
Read more: Revisiting Yoshi's Island
Mavericks and mayhem
July 23, 2018 - I love classic SNES games and Mega Man X was one such title that I felt compelled to play and I finally did so on the SNES Mini. It doesn't have many action games and the only other 2D shooters are Super Metroid and the controller-throwing Contra III: The Alien Wars.
Read more: Mega Man X: A First-Timer's Perspective
Learning curve is everything
July 20, 2018 - I recently tried out Nobunaga's Ambition: Taishi and its tutorials inspired me to write this piece. Seeing as a good way to learn is by example, allow me to outline how to make an in-game tutorial that's as informative as it is engaging.
Read more: How to Make an In-Game Tutorial
Gaming at London's J-culture festival
July 16, 2018 - The super-cool semi-annual Japanese-themed exhibition just wrapped up in London and there were plenty of fantastic games on display. I just got back from the UK and stopped by Hyper Japan while I was there so allow me to tell you all about it.
Read more: Hyper Japan Games: Summer 2018
Will you do anything to save your friends?
July 1, 2018 - I decided to try Far Cry 3 Classic Edition which was a huge decision because I'm an FPS noob and the only one I've ever beat is Halo 1.
Read more: Far Cry 3 Classic Edition Impressions
Conquer the first of the Five Deaths
June 28, 2018 - Jurassic World Evolution tries to capture the magic of the film franchise by handing you the keys to your very own dinosaur theme park. Managing your park can be tricky business but if you've played roller coaster sims, you'll definitely have an easier time.
Read more: Jurassic World Evolution: Isla Matanceros Guide
An interview with Nikola Kuresevic
June 22, 2018 - Snowcastle Games has been busy improving their classic-style RPG since its debut in 2016. So, I'm happy that I had the opportunity to ask Nikola Kuresevic (one of Earthlock's game designers) a few questions about its evolution as well as some fun tidbits.
Read more: Earthlock: Redefining an RPG
Blast your enemies with this behemoth
June 21, 2018 - The gunship has a very different play style from the other ships in Everspace. It's the hardest to manoeuvre but it has the highest health and armor by far. It also has two unique exclusive devices: the turret and the frontal shield.
Read more: How to Beat Everspace with the Gunship
Time is not always money
June 20, 2018 - Documenting indie video game developers has been an interesting experiment ever since 2012's hit Indie Game: The Movie. We Are Alright is a new documentary that follows the development of Lichthund's Lichtspeer so let's see if it's worth checking out.
Read more: We Are Alright: A Gamedev Movie