Silly Sausage in Meat Land Review: Doggy Heaven

If you’re the type of person who doesn’t like to think about what goes on behind the walls of your local Happy Meat-Processing Plant™, then you probably don’t want to think too hard about why Silly Sausage in Meat Land’s starring canine is running for his life from knives, crushers, and grinders. The vague possibility…

Magic Touch: Wizard for Hire Review – Touch Me

Nitrome is killing it lately with engaging and unique pixel-based fare like Gunbrick and Platform Panic. Its newest title, Magic Touch: Wizard for Hire, is a little simpler than its recent platformers. That doesn’t make it any less worthy of a good playthrough, however. In fact, Magic Touch’s simple interface and goals arguably make it…

Gunbrick Review: Rock and Roll and Roll

At this point in time, it’s hard to predict which technology will replace the average gas-powered car. Electric cars? Hoverboards? Flying vehicles? With the future being so open, maybe we should consider the method of transportation highlighted by Nitrome’s new game: The Gunbrick. The Gunbrick is a steel cube that “rolls” over the streets (and…