Todd Naevestad


Review: The Blue Flamingo

Scrolling shooters date back to the days of arcade cabinets, sticky carpets, and begging parents for one more quarter. They've had a long time...

Review: Mind: Path to Thalamus

In Mind, you play a man trapped in his mind. You decide that your goal is to get to the thalamus where you believe you will find your lost daughter or sister. To do this you walk through a number of different levels, solving puzzles to open doors. Along the way, the story is narrated and a umber of heavy handed metaphors are encountered.

Review: Drunken Robot Pornography

While the title maybe silly, the gameplay in Drunken Robot Pornography is as serious a challenge as they come.

Review: Growing Pains

Reviewing a boring game is one of the most aggravating things for a writer. We don't get the thrill of sharing a new game...

Review: Shelter

There are a lot of games with strange premises. Whether it is playing as a hunk of meet trying to rescue your mummified girlfriend...

Review: Among the Sleep

When I think indie games, my brain focuses firstly on horror games. While the Triple A industry has left them mostly by the way...

Tiny and Big: Granpa’s Leftovers

Sometimes a title is the only thing you need to get you interested in a game. When it's goofy, outlandish, and just plain curious,...

Electronic Super Joy

In the world of platformers, style is often the thing that sets a game apart. With so many challenging entries into the genre, an...

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