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About Joe Pope

Joe is a married man with two lovable dogs and baby boy. He is obsessed with puzzle games. Having been an avid gamer since childhood, he is always looking for new ways to dive deeper into the world of gaming.
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King Oddball review: A stone’s throw from entertaining
3 years ago

King Oddball review: A stone’s throw from entertaining

If you’re looking for an easy to learn game with well over 100 levels of repetitive gameplay, look no further than King Oddball. If you’re looking for a game with excitement …
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Metrico+ review: Six worlds of wonder
3 years ago

Metrico+ review: Six worlds of wonder

Metrico+ is an elegant puzzle-platformer that focuses on “input morphing” to pass each puzzle. Using pie charts, bar graphs and other infographics, each move the player makes impacts the environment. Sometimes these …
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Westerado: Double Barreled review: A hog-killin’ time
3 years ago

Westerado: Double Barreled review: A hog-killin’ time

Welcome to the Wild West where cowboys and Indians are at war, shootouts in the Saloon solve disputes and bandits roll into town looking for trouble. If exploring this time …
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Tennis in the Face review: Game, set, match
3 years ago

Tennis in the Face review: Game, set, match

Tennis in the Face is exactly what you would expect. The objective of this game is to knock out all enemies in each level by hitting them with tennis balls, preferably …
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Nebulous Review: Run-of-the-mill puzzler
3 years ago

Nebulous Review: Run-of-the-mill puzzler

When it comes to puzzle games, there is often a basic formula used: one main objective, optional goals and progressively more difficult stages. Nebulous hits the nail on the head with the …
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Paranautical Activity review: A haunting outcome
3 years ago

Paranautical Activity review: A haunting outcome

When you hear the name Paranautical Activity, you may think this game is about a grand voyage, a ghostly horror or maybe both. Instead, upon starting the game and selecting your weapon …
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Factotum 90 review: Two screens are better than one
4 years ago

Factotum 90 review: Two screens are better than one

In the midst of deep space, an unknown object collides with your ship, and the main power goes offline. You must control two walker robots — each on their own …
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Albedo: Eyes from Outer Space review: Robots and eyeballs and zombies, oh my
4 years ago

Albedo: Eyes from Outer Space review: Robots and eyeballs and zombies, oh my

The year is 2063; you are John T. Longy, an employee of a secret space and time research facility in the middle of nowhere. As you sit around reading a …
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G Prime Into The Rain review: Get pulled in
4 years ago

G Prime Into The Rain review: Get pulled in

Nearly eight years after the release of their award-winning iOS app, G:Into the Rain, Soma Games has given the game a 3D overhaul and brought it to your Xbox One. With …
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