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  • Chaos on Deponia Review (PC)

    Chaos on Deponia Review (PC)

    So, here we are again, with Rufus our lazy, egotistical dreamer in Chaos on Deponia, the second installment of the Deponia series by Daedalic Entertainment. If you had played the first game Deponia, then you’ll remember that it ended in a bit of a cliffhanger; Chaos on Deponia starts right where it left off. If […]

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  • The Dream Machine Review (PC/MAC)

    The Dream Machine Review (PC/MAC)

    The Dream Machine is an independent game, developed by Cockroach Inc. and available via Steam, and it had been a finalist for a lot of independent game awards. The game has five chapters, but chapters are released according to their completion schedule. The game is a point and click adventure where you uncover secrets of […]

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  • Gameolio Podcast Ep 33: Vita Vita Vita

    Gameolio Podcast Ep 33: Vita Vita Vita

    Tune in every second week as The Gameolio Podcast casually talks about games, casually, once again. If you would like to interact with the show and drop us some feedback or perhaps a question/contribution to the show please drop us an email:¬†gameolio at gameolio dot com. You can now also drop in and join us […]

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  • Gameolio Live: Super Meat Boy (PC)

    Gameolio Live: Super Meat Boy (PC)

    Nightshadow (Chris) gets up close, live and meaty with Super Meat Boy for the PC.

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  • Gameolio Podcast Ep 18: Something On The Side

    Gameolio Podcast Ep 18: Something On The Side

    Tune in every second week as The Gameolio Podcast casually talks about games, casually, once again. If you would like to interact with the show and drop us some feedback or perhaps a question/contribution to the show please drop us an email:¬†gameolio at gameolio dot com. Episode 18: Something On The Side Dan, Rich, Ai-Phuong […]

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  • Nelson Tethers: Puzzle Agent

    Nelson Tethers: Puzzle Agent

    I love Telltale Games. I love the fact that in a market full of fast-paced and competitive games, they’re still bringing out games from the older point and click adventure genre. Laugh at me if you want, but point and click adventure games are still the ‘bomb’ to me. What I don’t like about Telltale […]

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  • PC Review: Machinarium

    PC Review: Machinarium

    So, I have this huge soft spot for innovative games or ones that look really unique. Machinarium was gifted to me over Steam (thanks Dan!) and I had no idea what it was. I looked it up and found out it was a point-and-click adventure game and I love that genre, so I gave Machinarium […]

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