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Deep Sea Adventure Review

Ever played a game so simple, it caught you out? Welcome to Deep Sea Adventure!

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That’s Not Lemonade Review

Sometimes you want a game that is quick, silly and fun – and that’s exactly what That’s Not Lemonade provides!

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Welcome To Review

You’ve seen me talk about playing it, now it’s time to hear my thoughts! Welcome To… is a fun diversion that can be a great challenge to play, but relaxing and social at the same time.

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Poke Ball Plus Review and Guide

A second ‘little different’ review – now I have been using the Poke Ball Plus for a while, I am still a little wary of it as my main controller, but it has so many other uses!

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You Are Deadpool Review

So something very different for today. Remember the old Choose Your Own Adventure stories? Marvel does, and made a great one with You Are Deadpool!

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Tetris Effect Review

Years ago, I spent hour upon hour with my Game Boy in hand, trying to break my high score again and again. Today I can do the same thing in PSVR, totally immersed in absorbing gameplay, coupled with audio-visual wizardry.

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Forbidden Desert Review

Three years later, Matt Leacock and Gamewright gave the world a follow up to the amazing Forbidden Island – Forbidden Desert! More ‘gamey’ than the original, but still retains the same gameplay feel while being a completely different game!

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Tags Review

Sometimes, you want to sit down to a game that will tax your creative and/or logical centres of the brain. Sometimes, you just want to turn your brain off and have fun. What about a game that basically lets you do both? Let me show you Tags.

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Forbidden Island Review

Way back in 2008 (yes, 10 years ago!) Matt Leacock released Pandemic on the world. In a good way – I promise. Anyway, 2 years later, he took the cooperative gaming standard he had created and introduced players to a new game experience – Forbidden Island.

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Drop It Review

Games like Connect 4 and Tetris have always appealed to gamers of all ages. The simple efficient symmetry of making items form patterns is a quietly zen experience. Drop It decides to take that quietly organised experience, and make it simultaneously more fun and frustrating at the same time.

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