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Primordia iPad Review

Primordia iPad Review

By Harry Slater Right, let's get this out of the way as early as possible. Primordia is gorgeous. It's a beautiful mix of design and chunky pixels and it fills my heart with the sort of joy that's usually reserved for a nice sandwich. But the game has the chops to back up its aesthetic swagger. It's a point-and-click adventure with a solid logical heart, a rich stream of humour running through it, and a story that pushes you to find out what happens next. And despite its deep future…

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Shivah Review

Review Wadjet Eye Games LLC By Dave Flodine, 3 years, 3 months ago
Shivah Review

Earlier in the year, Wadjet Eye Games brought their critically acclaimed sci-fi adventure Gemini Rue to the App Store. Before Gemini Rue, however, Dave Gilbert created The Shivah, a game which won him an adventure game competition and led to the formation of his company. Now all these years later, he's decided to upgrade the visuals to create the Kosher Edition. The question, of course, is whether the game holds up all these years later, and if it has made the transition to iOS unscath…

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Gemini Rue Review

Review Wadjet Eye Games LLC By Dave Flodine, 3 years, 10 months ago
Gemini Rue Review

A few years ago Gemini Rue was released on PC to a lot of critical praise. A cyberpunk science fiction tale about a police officer named Azreal trying to locate his brother who is being held at some sort of deep space memory wiping and retraining facility, you play as both characters as the narrative unfolds towards a stunning climax that earns this title the mantle of one the most interesting adventure games to be released in years. Now it's on iOS! The trick with this review is not t…

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