Reviews by JRJ

The Night of the Rabbit
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Magical

About a boy who became a magician.

Atmospheric, beautiful, relaxed, and with great voice acting.

by JRJ, Netherlands - Aug 28th 2015
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Anomaly 2
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Blast those turrets!

This is a simple solid game, really. The first Anomaly game was already good. This one makes it more interesting with morphing vehicles.

by JRJ, Netherlands - Jul 25th 2015
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Edna & Harvey: Harvey's New Eyes
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Endearing morbidness

It's morbid, dark, and cynical. Nearly anything you do will be downplayed and rendered meaningless, again and again and again. Everyone is despicable. You murder kids, while feigning ignornace. Whether that's a pro or a con is up to you, but it's not really my thing.

This game has a slow start, but gets better with each chapter. It becomes interesting once you start chasing your demons and really gets going once you enter the final chapter. Too bad the end comes out of nowhere and just pulls the plug.

The puzzles and problem solving is for the most part straightforward, if you're a bit flexible in how you associate things. The only nonsensical problem - to me - was the colorblind pizza thing. The clue here is to forget the whole colorblindness nonsense and see it as a color matching puzzle.

by JRJ, Netherlands - Jul 25th 2015
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Journey of a Roach
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Cute short little game

You're controlling a lovable little clueless roach, and throughout the game I was just as clueless about what I actually needed to do, but simply trying all options gets you through it quite fast. I played through it in one evening.

It has controller support, but I gave up on that real quick. Keys and trackpad work far better.

by JRJ, Netherlands - Dec 2nd 2014
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