Category: Nintendo Switch

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Clustertruck

I’ve done it. I’ve managed to play, in succession, two games that are very similar but also complete opposites. Like Human Fall Flat, Clustertruck is a physics-based puzzle platformer with simple, flat-coloured polygons, popularised...

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Woodle Tree Adventures

When I feel like I’m going to enjoy a low priced or independently developed game, I stop looking at trailers, information etc for it and buy it. I’ve been so frequently surprised before by...

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Picross S

“Newspaper” puzzles are some of my favourite ways to spend some time not doing a lot. Ever since sudoku puzzles exploded, they brought with them numerous other things that went from obscurity to popularity....

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Gorogoa

I’m a sucker for a game that invents a unique, simple to understand type of puzzle and makes a game of it. The Witness was a beautiful example of this. And Gorogoa is another....

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Sonic Forces

Oh Sonic the Hedgehog, you’re such a bizarre franchise. I’ve covered my experiences with the spiny blue one in a Super Series article, so I’ll skip that. Needless to say, Sonic was on form...

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Super Mario Odyssey

(Skip to the bold message to jump past the context intro) In 1997, I received a PlayStation for Christmas. Replacing my SNES, that fateful day started off a 20-year slight preference towards PlayStation consoles....