Fire: Ungh’s Quest in Review – Not Your Typical Caveman Adventure


There were several adventure games in 2015 that stood out for one reason or another, but Fire: Ungh’s Quest was by far the most unusual one that still managed to be enjoyable.  A wacky plot, plenty of challenging puzzles and some crazy supporting characters has kept me engaged for the most part.  Unfortunately, the need for a walkthrough has been a bit of a turn off.  In the end though, helping Ungh recover his fire has been primarily been a rewarding experience.
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Munin in Review – Puzzling Pleasure with a Twist


There seems to be this intense push for “console quality gaming” on mobile devices, but if I wanted that I’d just buy a console.  What I like about Munin is it takes advantage of the hardware to be the best mobile game it can be without trying to be anything else.  It can get frustrating at times, but you’ll always feel like you’ve accomplished something when you’ve completed a level, and you won’t feel like you’ve missed anything should you not get back to the game right away after quitting to enjoy real life for a while.  If you’re a fan of puzzle games, Munin should be at the top of your list to try. Continue reading…

Edna & Harvey: The Breakout in Review – Crazy About The Looney Bin

I remember fondly spending a lot of time with adventure games back in the 80s and early 90s when the likes of Sierra Online and LucasArts reigned supreme.  TellTale Games has done a good job of recapturing that magic, as has Bulkypix with their recent release of Yesterday.  Now you can add Daedalic Entertainment to that list with Edna & Harvey: The Breakout.  This adventure game about a young lady and her bunny has humor to rival the best Sam & Max installment, artwork that is quite delightful and some great voice acting.  There is plenty of game play as well, which oddly enough might be its biggest detractor – there’s almost too much to do.  Still, this is one nuthouse I don’t mind visiting.

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