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Green Jelly Review

Review G5 Entertainment By Dave Flodine, 1 year, 10 months ago
Green Jelly Review

Green Jelly is another entry in the genre of the cute styled physics flinger... and yet the intro has the titular jelly opening the fridge door not only to the sight of nothing to curb its hunger, but a mouse who is about to hang itself... with a ready made noose! Well that's exceptionally dark for a game about flinging a stretchy jelly around to grab candy. Maybe not. This is G5 after all. They make a lot of drama intense hidden object games, and maybe some of that melodramatic flair…

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Jumpster™ Review

Review G5 Entertainment By Dave Flodine, 2 years, 1 month ago
Jumpster™ Review

If there's one thing Jumpster has going for it, it's that for most of the levels, eye-absorbing would be a very apt description. The planet Okadia is definitely full of eye candy, but sadly this is not going to help Jumpster acquire all the fuel cells needed to power his ship off this lush and lavish planet. The core of the experience here is a physics puzzler that is designed around the freemium model. A catapulting drag of the finger will cause Jumpster to jump along the arc provide…

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Kaptain Brawe: A Brawe New World (Full) Review

Review G5 Entertainment By Dave Flodine, 2 years, 10 months ago
Kaptain Brawe: A Brawe New World (Full) Review

Kaptain Brawe is a cop. A space cop! They do things differently in space, like spell captain with a K. Imagine taking control of Zap Brannigan, only instead of being a complete incompetent with a side kick that despises you, you have the added bonus of having some modicum of intelligence, but that's only because of the player actually doing the legwork in solving the puzzles. As adventure games go, this is what we would call a throwback to the adventures of the early 1990s. Well OK, i…

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Jack of All Tribes Deluxe Review

Review G5 Entertainment By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 3 months ago
Jack of All Tribes Deluxe Review

Trying to untangle the weaved mess that is the birth and growth of certain sub-genres of games can be a daunting task, especially when popular casual titles take to mixing RTS, Strategy and Puzzle elements (along with a dash of luck) in order to create their addicting gameplay. Things get even more complicated when you begin to ponder a game like Jack of All Tribes by G5 Entertainment and Divo Games as it could easily be considered a casual RTS in the style of games like The Settlers,…

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Virtual City (Full) Review

Review G5 Entertainment By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 2 months ago
Virtual City (Full) Review

I think I needed to play a game like Virtual City by G5 Entertainment to help me stop judging games by their cover. Sure the game looks like Sim City from a distance, but in reality it's just so much more and Virtual City picks up where farm-management style game left off. Each level of Virtual City provides a series of challenges to overcome in the prefabricated town you're given to manage. Your company must develop the city by adding transport, rubbish and bus routes to keep the cit…

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Mushroom Age (Full) Review

Review G5 Entertainment By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
Mushroom Age (Full) Review

Hidden object games (HOGs) have certainly earned their place in the casual gaming market and continue to prove moderately successful despite their somewhat absurd gameplay justifications. Mushroom Age is latest HOG from G5 Entertainment and if you can get past the rather groan-worthy writing and voice acting you might just find yourself playing an occasionally surprising adventure title. When players aren't solving the handful of alternative brain-teasers, they'll be tapping the scree…

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The Mystery of the Crystal Portal (Full) Review

Review G5 Entertainment By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 9 months ago
The Mystery of the Crystal Portal (Full) Review

Hidden object games tend to divide people. Some like to search an environment finding treasures while others see them as a waste of time. To make the genre more palatable, they have often been combined with intriguing storylines and puzzles. Mystery of the Crystal Portal is one of these games. You play as Nicole Rankwist who is on the trail of her missing father. As you travel from locale to locale, you find objects and solve puzzles to unlock clues, and complete the mystery. The game…

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Stand O’Food® (Full) Review

Review G5 Entertainment By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 5 months ago
Stand O’Food®  (Full) Review

Stand O'Food by G5 Entertainment attempts to mesh puzzle gaming with the popular time management genre, but ultimately feels like it comes off as second-rate for each instead of the unique genre it tries to create. It's an unforgiving game in terms of difficulty, but if you're having fun you might just let it slide while you whip up your latest food sensation. The game is driven entirely by touch controls to select ingredients in order, adding sauces or putting your creation in a box…

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