Game: Push and Pop
Developer: Rocky Hong
Platform on which it was played: IOS (available on Android)
Price Paid: Free
Score: 9/10 With his 4th instalment of arcade treasure, Rocky Hong has delivered a superb little slide ‘n’ pop game which offers a beautifully designed UI and combines it with a simplistic and addictive gameplay system which will keep you entertained for hours as you try and decipher the whole reasoning behind the games ideal. Is it a simplistic arcade puzzler harking back to the days of old or is it actually a mind control device determined to steal the majority of your day? – only time shall tell. Continue reading
Game: Push and Pop
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Look away, look away, this review teems with dreadful themes and overwhelming dismay.
Look away, look away for reading this will surely ruin your entire day.
By this point, I hope you realise that I am – of course – joking. Lemony Snickets books have never been filled with happiness, joy and glee, this was no different with 2004’s movie starring the enigmatic Jim Carrey as the dreadful ‘Count Olof’, this theme survived and is highlighted in the 2017 Netflix series which puts Neil Patrick Harris in the role as the count. Continue reading
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Since 2009 I have had a problem – I like being killed.
Okay, that isn’t strictly true. I like being killed by overpowered beasties in difficult to navigate areas, only to be re-spawned and proceed to fight back to the arena and slice the monster into equal pieces. You may have guessed what I’m talking about here: the renowned Souls series. Continue reading