Hello there, my dear Patron! Nice to see you here in our latest Newsletter looking back at all that happened on the site since then, starting March 29th until April 4th of 2021.
So if you haven’t had time to read in the past weeks, here’s all that was published, all wrapped in a nice package. So get yourself a cup of coffee (or tea of course), kick back and enjoy!
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Lost Words: Beyond the Page Review (Nintendo Switch)– Two Thumbs Up!
Adventure Platformer (US $14.99 | UK £11.99 | EU € 14,99)
Paula: Lost Words: Beyond the Page wouldn’t be a game for all gamers as it doesn’t pose any challenges in terms of gameplay. This is a game you would play to enjoy its story and absorb it. It would also be suitable for a parent to play with their children who are around the same age or slightly younger than Izzy herself.
Lost Words: Beyond the Page is a sweet and heartwarming story. As you journey with Izzy and Grace, it is full of rich emotions which will leave you thinking about the game long after you have finished it.
Magic Twins Review (Nintendo Switch) – We Like It a Lot
Puzzle Arcade (US $12.99 | UK £11.69 | EU € 12,99)
James: Magic Twins casts its spell of witty charm and addictive fun co-op gameplay creating an explosion of entertainment and fond memories. Highly recommended if you have someone else to play with, not so much if you play alone. Bring on Colormageddon I say.
Wild Park Manager Review (Nintendo Switch)– We Like It a Lot
Strategy Simulation (US $14.00 | UK £11.69 | EU €13,99)
Paula: This is the first Kairosoft simulation game I’ve played, and I had a lot of fun with it. Since I haven’t played any other games in the catalogue I can’t say if this is one of the best out of the many games they have released. However, Wild Park Manager is an enjoyable little simulation game to pass a few hours of playtime with.
How to Win Review (Steam) – We’re Not Sure
Visual Novel (US $7.64 | UK £5.51 | EU € 5,94)
James: How to Win will most likely have a divided audience which may be what the developers intended. Some people will play this and enjoy the experimentation attempted here. However, some will probably find this experience uncomfortable and difficult to take in with the subject matters on display. Overall, it wasn’t for me but I respect the developers trying something different. If you Want to Win you don’t need to play this game. If you took the time out of your busy schedule to read this review consider yourself the Ultimate Winner!
There is a free demo available on Steam if you want to try it before you buy. The developers are also planning a season 2 where you can give suggestions and decide what happens next.
Editorials and News
Paula checks out Dorfromantik a relaxing, hex-based building, strategy and puzzle game that has been released on Steam Early Access!
We are always on the lookout for games that fit us perfectly: chill, relaxing, non-violent gameplay. Little Sim World looks promising to me!
We’re into April already, so time to publish the list of Upcoming Switch Games. These are the ones we have on our radar!
How amazing would it be if we could save time with the fantastic inventions we see in movies, books and games?
Buildings Have Feelings Too! is a city management game that puts a new spin on the building simulator model! Coming to Switch too!
Choosing the best Atelier game. That is a very difficult question, it feels to me like I’m having to choose my favourite child! But here goes.