The Anomalous Hour Review

The Anomalous Hour Review: An eerie version of “Groundhog Day” that traps you in a metro station

Step into the mysterious world of The Anomalous Hour, the newest spine-chilling adventure from Indonesian developers Gambir Studio (Knight vs Giant: The Broken Excalibur). In this review, we’ll delve deep into the intricacies of this horror game set within the eerie confines of an abandoned metro station. The Anomalous Hour thrusts players into an enigmatic […]

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Pixel of Memory: A Minimalist Pixel Puzzle Experience

Get ready to unwind with Pixel of Memory, a cozy pixel puzzle game developed by Hiker Games, based in Hanoi, Vietnam. In a world filled with constant noise and sensory overload, Pixel of Memory wants to offer a refreshing escape into a simpler, more nostalgic realm. This minimalist pixel puzzle game will take you on […]

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The Signal State: Synth Waves To Bend Your Mind To

The Signal State combines several geeky topics: Reckoner Industries from Singapore – with publisher The Iterative Collective – created a puzzle and simulation game inspired by modular synthesizers. If you’ve ever listened to artists of electronic synth music like Rival Consoles or watched a video of Red Means Recording, you might have stumbled upon these technical miracle boxes in music.

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The Signal State Will Be Broadcasting Soon

The apocalypse is over, but the world lies in shatters, and now it is up to a few people to rebuild it. A typical trope of such post-apocalyptic scenarios is the recycling of old technologies. But did knowledge of these machines survive the disaster? In The Signal State, we take on the role of a technician who acquires this knowledge step by step.

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