This little game I found: Mini Metro

Mini Metro is a game I’ve actually been waiting for to be released on mobile devices. It’s a minimalistic puzzle game where you create tracks for trains and subways to carry passengers from where they are to where they want… Continue Reading →

This little game I found: The Weaver

The Weaver is a puzzle game about weaving ribbons in a manner that ends with the correct strand exiting the weave in the correct position. While there are multiple solutions to the puzzles, if you want to three-star a level… Continue Reading →

Orange is the New Black matters

The situation in the states is pretty hard to avoid.┬áIt’s reported in the news, it’s shared on social media, it’s discussed among peers, athletes are making protests in different ways, and it’s become a national debate in the US. One… Continue Reading →

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided ended weirdly

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is another great game in the Deus Ex series, but it is far from perfect. The PC version suffers from some bugs and being a port from a console game in general, but nothing that really… Continue Reading →

This little game I found: Outfolded

If you’d like to test your dimensional thinking, Outfolded lets you plan how to unfold boxes of different shapes to create a path between two squares. Flipping the boxes onto its different sides you step it towards the goal, and… Continue Reading →

This little game I found: Balanse

A simplistically stylized game about building and balancing a power grid to power cities and towns, while taking into consideration how to manage if a powerline is damaged in some way. The difficulty ramps up a bit inconsistently if you’re… Continue Reading →

Review: Stranger Things

In a world where people grew up watching Steven Spielberg-movies as a kid, and playing video games as teens, and then got into making movies as young adults… is actually where we live. Stranger Things is a love-child of E.T.,… Continue Reading →

Marketing and gamers don’t get along

This trailer has gotten a lot of people up in arms over how bad it is. Especially how it ridicules an aspect that is prevalent in their target demographic with the reference to the stereotype that nerds are lonely losers… Continue Reading →

DOOM is glorious

DOOM starts out like it’s your everyday, modern shooter set on a space station. But as soon as the mission is clear you angrily shove any unnecessary information to the side and head towards the action. The protagonist does not… Continue Reading →

Review: Preacher – Episode 1

There once was an idea to take the Preacher comic book series and turn each issue into a TV-show episode, shot-for-shot. First thing that all Preacher fans needs to get out of their heads is that this show is not… Continue Reading →

« Older posts

© 2017 VisionWorx

Up ↑