Monthly Archives: October 2018

Colour Chess Review

Everyone and their grandmother have played chess at some point in their life. When you’re younger, you either get taught chess or drafts and if you’re a drafty – get out! This one isn’t for you. Are they gone? Good. Alright huddle up and make a circle cause I’ve got some cool shit to show […]

Dungeon Raiders Review

Andy Hull, the designer of indie darling Spelunky offers a useful little gem of indie game development advice “Whenever possible, reuse existing elements, rather than creating new ones” Andy is referring to Spelunky and his experience designing wooden toys but it really does carry over to every aspect of indie game design. Being able to refine the core mechanic […]