Labyrinth Of Legendary Loot Is A Maze To Die For

The most exciting thing about Labyrinth of Legendary Loot, a roguelike dungeon crawler from Dominaxis Games, is how agile the gameplay feels despite being turn-based. You’ll be zipping around, fire and poison spewing from your hands as arrows and energy waves and on the tile you were just at, before finally sticking your Brutal Axe into the skull of the wizard who’s been hiding behind a wall of spiders and bears since you entered the room. It feels fast (despite being, you know, turn-based), it feels intuitive, and like all the best roguelikes, RNG granting you an absolutely busted combination of loot feels amazing.

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Experience A Jetsetting Interactive Adventure In Sarawak

With an influx of indie visual novels and interactive fiction in the market today, creators are finding ways to set themselves apart from the crowd. Sarawak blends the worlds of a Hercule Poirot detective novel and the city-hopping narrative adventure 80 Days, but does it effectively bring players from Oxford to Kuching? Read on to find out.

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Crazy Delivery Rumble Is A Fun Ride But Still A Bit Bumpy

Crazy Taxi meets the multiplayer battle mode of Mario Kart. That’s how you can describe the game experience of Crazy Delivery Rumble in just a few words. In small arenas, we try to get our passengers to their destination without being hindered by other players. Fast, chaotic, and pretty fun, this is what this Android game feels like already. And unfortunately still quite unfinished.

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New Games from Singapore in 2021

Phew. 2020 is almost over, and like many of us, we are relieved that this epidemic year is coming to an end. But not everything went severely, so we were presented with lots of great games from Southeast Asia last year. However, we weren’t quite as impressed by the output and quality coming from Singapore. Although there were a few indie hits (including Gordian Quest, There Is No Tomorrow, or GORSD) and the triple-A productions Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Immortals Fenyx Rising, which were created in cooperation with Ubisoft Singapore, a real highlight was missing. The City of Lions shouldn’t be written off that quickly, though. There are several exciting titles currently in development, most of which might be released as early as 2021. Here are our most-wanted games coming from Singapore next year or beyond!

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This Singaporean Battle Royale Shooter Challenges Fortnite and Overwatch

Singaporean studio Miracle Games has huge plans. With their hero-based battle royale shooter Farlight 84, they want to tackle two heavyweights of the genre at once, namely Overwatch and (!) Fortnite. As a connoisseur of the Southeast Asian gaming world, one, of course, pays attention to such a declaration of war: is it going to be a classic flop or is there actually a serious roar awaiting us from the City of Lions?

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One Shot: In Wild West, They Talk About My One Taps

In the era of old Wild West: One bullet in your revolver is all you need to survive and earn respect. One Shot is a mobile game from Mike Studio, a solo game developer based in the Philippines. The game is pure and simple: kill the enemy and earn your score with just one bullet.

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