No, I’m not reviewing another game with 2 different versions or 2 different games, it’s actually the same game with 2 different titles, that’s all! And it’s one of the most ported and influential games of all times. Even if you don’t recognise the title, I assure you that at least you’ll find the gameplay familiar. I’m talking about Pipe Mania aka Pipe Dream.
With the new Spider-Man movie in the theatres now, I’ve decided to take a look at one of the earliest Spider-Man games ever made for the PC. And since the new movie is part of the MCU, I think is fitting that I review one of the few Spider-Man titles more integrated into the Marvel Universe that I know of. I’m talking about Dr Doom’s Revenge.
If you read the title, you must be wondering: am I reviewing two games at once again? Not exactly. Actually, I’m reviewing two versions of the same game: a floppy disk version (Daughter of Serpents) and a CD-ROM version (The Scroll), which contains extra scenes and alters the gameplay significantly from the floppy version.
Today I’ve decided to do something different. And if you read the title, I’m sure you’ve, at least, heard about Tetris. If not, welcome to planet Earth and I apologise for all the craziness, but I’m sure you’ll love to hear about this game. So join us in taking a look at a very popular game (that defined the puzzle genre), its history and its most famous versions and ports.
Sometimes there are games out there that seem simple enough and then hardly make more than a blip in the radar. But sometimes those same games get noticed for other reasons outside the game itself and might end up developing a cult following, or even sometimes they’re successful in one country but are hardly noticed in another country. Not to mention how much the game was influenced by and how much it influenced other games afterwards. Today we’re going to take a look at one such odd game: J.B. Harold Murder Club.
Like I said in my previous review, this time we’ll take a look at one of my personal favourite games of all times and perhaps the most in-depth game I’ve ever played, Master of Magic.
Happy Easter! With all the painted eggs and chocolate rabbits. So, instead of writing an article about Retro Easter Eggs (too much work and I’m lazy as hell), I’ve decided to just review a game with rabbits in it. And unfortunately, the 1st game with anthropomorphic rabbits that came to my mind was Ninja Rabbits.