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Mail Mole | REVIEW

Mail Mole might not necessarily win any awards for originality, but it still offers a fun platforming escapade that fans of the genre are sure to enjoy.

Read More

Littlewood | REVIEW

Littlewood offers a wonderful life-sim that’s packed to the brim with whimsical town-building fun for players to indulge themselves in.

Read More

Summer Catchers | REVIEW

Whilst it has its share of frustrating moments, it didn’t take me long to find myself addicted to Summer Catchers’ charming endless-runner style gameplay.

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Cathedral | REVIEW

Cathedral is enjoyable thanks to its solid level design and fun boss battles, but it is lacking in the innovation required to help it really stand out.

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