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Just Ignore Them – PC Game Review

What is Just Ignore Them

Just Ignore Them is a short pixel-graphic point-and-click adventure with slightly horror atmosphere. It has multiple endings and they’re based on your choices. To be exact a good one and a bad one. To achieve the good one, you have to behave well. To play the bad one, just kill someone when you have the chance. So there’s no science. What I really like is how open and uncensored are the dialogs between two main characters. Yes, Just Ignore Them warns you in the beginning that it contains violence, strong language and disturbing graphic. But c’mon pixelated disturbing graphic doesn’t even count. It’s pixelated… Even though Just Ignore Them managed to stay creepy and messed-up in the right way.

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Just Ignore Them: 8 years old Mark.

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Eon Altar – PC Game Review

What is Eon Altar

Eon Altar is an adventure RPG game great for gaming parties for up to 4 players. It looks ordinary, nothing is really buzzing your eyes. But wait – what? It can’t be controlled with a mouse and a keyboard? So it’s fully reliant on controllers then. Even that isn’t true? Eon Altar is controlled by your smartphone! Just download a free “Eon Altar” from Google Play or App Store, purchase Eon Altar on Steam and you’re ready to go!

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Eon Altar: 5 heroes to choose from.

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Phoning Home – PC Game Review

What is Phoning Home?

Phoning Home is an open-world game full of exploration and survival, set on an unknown planet. The story starts when you – a Wall-E resembling robot – crash on the destination planet due to its very strong gravitation. TR2 (operating system of your space ship) and you decide to explore the strange planet and try to send out a signal to your mother planet P1. It’s a combination of Wall-E cuteness and E.T.‘s dangerous adventure. The exciting story is full of obstacles and you will sweat blood while completing quests that have to be done. Otherwise you’ll die.

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Phoning Home: One of many beautiful views.

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Don’t Chat With Strangers – PC Game Review + Walkthrough (Guide)

What is Don’t Chat With Strangers

DCWS is a „short“ point-and-click horror adventure, which can break down your patience and lower your self-esteem. Everything takes place mainly in protagonist’s bedroom. Shortly what’s going on in this game. You are playing as a male protagonist and a strange girl is chatting with you. Well, it seems that you had some relationship with her, but you don’t remember. Strange things start happening to you. Precisely you start dying at every corner. And your goal is to find out, what does Lucy want from you.

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Don’t Chat With Strangers: One of the endings. (1/2)

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The Little Acre – PC Game Preview (Teaser review)

What is The Little Acre

The Little Acre is a nice indie adventure with original hand-drawn graphic and animations and layered environment. The released date is planned on 13th December, but the teaser version is already available for someone. The gameplay length of teaser version is shortened to about 1 hour. But even that little bit, that developers had willingly exposed, is enough to gain The Little Acre attention. The story revolves around a seemingly normal family of three. Grandpa Arthur (a passionate engineer and inventor), his son Aidan and granddaughter Lily live together in a small house in the country. The peaceful country life is spoiled by grandfather’s disappearance and Aidan’s long-term unemployment. Aidan after discovering a promising track to his grandfather decides to go and find him. Not long after that Lily finds the track too and thus everyone finds themselves in a completely different world.

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The Little Acre: Arthur’s room.

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Dead Age – PC Game Review

What is Dead Age?

Dead Age is a strategy game about surviving in the world full of living dead. Can you cope in chaos? Can you survive in the hopelessness? Do you like tough decisions and can you withstand the consequences? Are you fans of the zombie classic The Walking Dead? In that case you definitely have to try Dead Age. I personally appreciate that Dead Age’s gaming mechanism is totally different from The Walking Dead series. Dead Age is a combination of old school and modern trends. Good old turn-based fights require a plan, a strategy and fast response in order to survive with minimal losses and while being useful to your blooming community. Dead Age will torment you with a lot of factors. How will you deal with daily fear of your bare life? How will you deal with the loss of those closest to you? And how long will you survive?

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Dead Age: Combat environment. Concrete situation – Punks wanted to attact the camp, but guards were experienced enough to catch them in time.

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Sweet Volley High – PC Game Review

What is Sweet Volley High

Sweet Volley High is a romantic visual novel with predominantly lesbian characters. The authors did indeed add a heterosexual relationship, but it’s pretty obvious that they prefer homosexuality. As in most visual novels developers has also chosen anime style and stories are therefore set into a typical anime environment and time (as the name suggests, Sweet Volley High) – High School, penultimate and final year. You will be playing as a young student of Arts High School – Aya Mizuki, who lives in Tokyo with her mom in a small traditional flat. As it’s customary in Japan Aya is also a member of a club as a part of extracurricular activities. How did a well-developed, not too sporty introvert book-lover like her end up in a sport club? It’s up to you to find out!

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Sweet Volley High: That violet-haried cutie, yeah, that’s you.

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