Try looking in the monthly archives. April 2014


Lilly looking through – The mysterious journey of a brave little girl

Lilly looking though is an animated adventure game, with a point and click game mechanic. You are playing Lilly, the female protagonist, who goes on a journey to rescue her brother. On her way, Lilly comes across puzzles, which have […]

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Thomas was alone – A narrated game about empathy and friendship

This game is about Thomas. Thomas is a red block… or rather just some lines of code in a computer program. Thomas realizes this weird fact and starts wondering about it. This and any other thoughts of him are narrated […]

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Minecraft – Let’s start building a new world together!

Minecraft is probably the most popular game for children and if you don’t know it yet, it is a first-person sandbox game, which means that you can build whatever you want (just like in a real sandbox). Every element in the […]

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Portal – See the world from different angles

“We are ready to begin the tests” – That’s what you hear when you wake up in a glass cubicle at the Aperture Labs. In the following, you will explore the mysterious research facility and the only thing you are carrying with you […]

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World of Goo – A game for you

Imagine a wonderful world, inhabited by blobs (so called goos). Does that sound ridiculous? It will make perfect sense when you start playing World of Goo. Its story is so engaging and full of twists that it will catch you and don’t […]

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Crazy machines – Boosting creativity and teaching physics in a playful way

My very first review is dedicated to a game that made a lasting impression on my when I played it at the age of 6 (back then on a Windows 3.11 machine). The original game was called ‘The incredible machine’, the […]

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