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Castle Assault Review

by Oscar Venturaon May 13, 2016
We’re so attached to our electronics that we should take some time to engage in different forms of entertainment. Juan and I decided to briefly suspend use of all electronic devices at DRULcast HQ and ‘disconnect’ (as Juan would say), to experience a table top game by Momentum Volsk named Castle Assault.
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Epistory – Typing Chronicles Review

by Oscar Venturaon March 31, 2016
Epistory - Typing Chronicles by Fishing Cactus is an adventure typing game which tells the story of a writer who is lacking inspiration so seeks the help of a muse (you) to write her latest book. As you're exploring the origami-like world, the story narrated through the writer's mind, shown on by the writing on the pages, or in this case the world you're walking around. Stories are also told through the magic you uncover and the puzzles you solve.

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Ironcast Review

by Oscar Venturaon February 26, 2016
Tired of those match-three games over flooding the market? Yeah, me too! Luckily for us Ironcast is far from that as there is tons of planning and strategy involved that the matching is the least of your worries. Being a fan of the original Puzzle Quest, this game caught my interest for the game play […]
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Hero and Daughter+ Review

by Alan Wongon February 18, 2016
Hero and Daughter+ is a rogue-like, turn-base RPG game where the player is reduced from a legendary level to a measly level one character. Your character is not able to level up and relies on provocative daughters (girls) that you can summon and will fight by your side. The game also features an upgradable town […]

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Assault Android Cactus Review

by Oscar Venturaon October 9, 2015
Assault Android Cactus has so much going for it that makes me love and hate it at the same time. But don't worry, it's a good hatred, rushing to collect a battery, or raging over not beating a friend's high score.

Blue Estate: The Game

Blue Estate Review

by Mark Brunoon August 4, 2014
Does Blue Estate revive new life into a dying genre?
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Super Hexagon Android Review

by Oscar Venturaon January 31, 2013
Think you got what it takes to survive this game? You'll get pissed a long the way, but sure, go ahead try it.

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Edna and Harvey: Review

by Alan Wongon November 5, 2012
During the last couple years, I have played dozens of games but none of them were indie titles. The only game that I dedicated my time to, which was an indie title, was probably¬†FTL: Faster Than Light. Going into the game, I had no idea what I was expecting. I have never played the original […]
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The Unfinished Swan: Review

by Mark Brunoon October 30, 2012
The Unfinished Swan is a delightful game that reminds players of how special being a kid really was.