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William Worrall

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W. S. Worrall is a free-lance writer and video producer who lives in the UK. He has an extensive collection of retro consoles and board games and in his spare time he solders stuff together to see if it works. It usually doesn't.
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Top 5 Indie Dystopia Games [VIDEO]

Dystopia is an interesting branch of fiction and has led to some pretty damn interesting indie games over the years. Below, we present our...

Dusk vs Lovecraft [VIDEO]

Dusk is a great game which manages to pay homage to late 90's FPS games in the best possible ways. Don't believe us? Check out...

How Indie Gaming Saved Adventure Games (again)

Not too long ago we made a video covering the indie adventure game scene, and how it brought about one of the most shocking...

How Early Is Too Early? (for early access) [VIDEO]

Early Access has been a pretty mixed bag for indie gaming over the years. On one hand it provides developers with funds and players...
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Dusk Review: Gibs and Gore Galore

Dusk is a game that revels in violence as though it was actually from the era whose graphical style it apes. If there's anything...
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Sunless Skies Review: Gothic Space Adventure

Sunless Skies is the latest entry into a series of narrative-driven Gothic role playing games. The game has gone some strange places, both literally...
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Miasma Caves Preview – The Earliest Access

Miasma Caves is a game with an interesting concept. There aren't all that many games out there that are completely devoid of any and...
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Himeko Sutori Preview – Niche Strategy on its Way Up

Himeko Sutori is a strategy game which has an interesting background. It has a certain feeling of familiarity to Japanese strategy titles such as...
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Kenshi’s Barrier to Entry [VIDEO]

Kenshi ended up being one hell of an interesting game to review. With the game clocking in hundreds upon hundreds of hours of gameplay...

Kaze and the Wild Masks Preview: 16-Bit Nostalgia Done Right

Kaze and the Wild Masks manages to hit a decent balance between old-school, nostalgia-driven platforming, and controls that feel more in-line with modern gaming....
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Kenshi Review: So Complex it Hurts

Kenshi is a game that has been in development for over a decade, and has both scale and detail to match. The strategy RPG...
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The Most Relaxing Indie Games to Play Over the Holiday Break...

The holiday season is supposed to be a time for relaxing. A time of year when people get time off to spend with family,...
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Nogalious Review: 80’s Revival Gone Wrong

Nogalious is a game that touts itself as a revival of classic 8-bit personal computer platformers. There is more than a grain of truth...

Mittelborg: City of Mages – So Early It’s Ethereal

Mittelborg: City of Mages is an interesting game recently released on Steam early access. It bills itself as a rogue-like strategy game set in...

Treasure Hunter Simulator Review: Digging up a Diamond?

Treasure Hunter Simulator is a game which managed to be surprising in a few different ways. Firstly it's use of the term 'simulator', isn't...
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Holy Potatoes! A Spy Story?! Review: Mashed S.P.U.D.S

Holy Potatoes! A Spy Story?! is the latest in a long line of games which all seem to feature anthropomorphic potatoes for some reason....