Co-Editor and Writer, Zola Paulse, requested that I review Party Hard as the next installment of Creative Fluff’s Video Game Review Advent Calendar. It was a toss-up between Final Fantasy III, Toren, and Party Hard and she made a snappy decision for me. Without any fanfare, let me tell you about a game where it’s … Continue reading 12 Days of Video Game Reviews: Party Hard
“Do not fear death, as it is both inevitable and plentiful.” I’m going to get this out of the way right now – I never played Shadow of the Colossus. I bought it for friends when it first came out but never had the urge to play it. I didn’t think a decade later every … Continue reading 12 Days of Video Game Reviews: Titan Souls
Wise Rulers know their kingdom will fall, Brave Rulers do not despair. Great Rulers know their riches can rule, And spend every coin with great care. Kingdom is a resource management and tower-defense game wrapped up within a minimalist, side-scrolling, procedurally generated pixel-drawn world. The game was developed by Rawfury games – a combination of … Continue reading 12 Days of Video Game Reviews: Kingdom
What would happen if you mixed Around the World in 80 Days, any Rudyard Kipling Book, and generic English faffery? You would get The Curious Expedition – a beautiful, pixel-art game which combines rogue elements, strategy, turn-based playing, and top-down exploration maps to create a unique experience where (like in real life) everything is either … Continue reading 12 Days of Video Game Reviews: The Curious Expedition
PIxelwood is a small pixel art gif project featuring moments from iconic movies in 8bit form. The end result? Simply amazing.
Hey everybody! Zola here! Since Ed and I have finally agreed on that harassment settlement, I have been invited back to write random words for you to read about stuff that you can look at after you’ve read them. This time – comic books. Finally something I can form an actual opinion on! Oh wait, … Continue reading Nova Phase – A Sci-Fi Pixel Art Comic Book Review
Pixel art is one of those things that you either love or hate “ and if you’re a bit of a geek that was born in the 80s, there’s a good chance that you’ll love it. There’s a hidden underground of artists & designers that love creating pixel art “ the kind of art that … Continue reading A Pixel Art Showcase