Set to have been released in October 2013, it had its release date postponed to May 2014 to “give this innovative and ambitious open-world game the polish it deserves.” Unfortunately for our beloved gamers out there, all the major hype and craze about this game has gone with the wind as fast as the game copies were bought off the shelves.
If there’s any game that will put a smile on your face after a week of illness it’s this one. Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake, hereby known as MAMBC, is a delightfully cheery puzzle game in a world filled with cute monsters and sugary baked goods.
Remember the 80s? Remember Rogue? Remember Gauntlet? Remember Aliens, Saturn Three and other classic sci-fi flicks? Well, what if all of those games and films somehow had a crazy lovechild? Look no further!
The Moon Sliver is an exploration/horror game rooted firmly in isolation and heavily emphasizes the importance of narrative. It’s a short evocative tale that only solidifies my opinion of the worst horrors being the ones you don’t understand at all – and the ones you deal with alone.
This platformer has a lot of flaws that you will notice as a veteran gamer of this genre. CreaVures has some interesting ideas and beautiful graphics, but it’s poorly executed otherwise.
A computer game about war? Now that’s a new one and not without merit. Gather round, tactics buffs, there could be something in this.