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Video Game Review: Timberman: The Big Adventure (Switch)

A character made famous (or infamous!) in a maddeningly fast-paced button basher not unlike Flappy Bird – albeit chopping down trees instead of attempting to fly through precariously positioned gaps […]

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Review: Binarystar Infinity

Available now on Switch and PC (Switch version tested) – Published by Forever Entertainment With a very distinctive, Downwell-esque ‘1-bit’ graphical sheen, horizontal shoot ’em up Binarystar Infinity certainly has […]

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News: Green Hell – Limited Edition

First person, Nintendo Switch survival game Green Hell – published by the ever reliable indie publisher Forever Entertainment – is being given the lavish special edition treatment by the publisher’s physical game label, Forever Limited. Though available in a more basic – but still definitely desirable – edition that comes complete with the game in a Switch case with a […]

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News: Forever Limited

Forever Entertainment are a smaller publisher who’ve made a name for themselves by releasing a steady stream of lower budget but interestingly niche games – games such as Thief Simulator […]

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Review: Mini Island Challenge Bundle

Available on: Switch and PC – Version Played: Switch – Price: $9.99/£8.99 – Published by: Forever Entertainment The trend for challenging games in deviously cute clothing continues with Mini Island Challenge Bundle, a collection of short challenges available as individual islands on PC, but as a collection on Switch. At first glance, Mini Island Challenge Bundle seems to be a […]

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Review: Hot Shot Burn

Available from 1st October 2020 on Nintendo Switch – Published by: Forever Entertainment Local multiplayer games have been making a resurgence after a good few years in the wilderness and the Switch, with its portability and bundled Joy-Con controllers that guarantee instant two player action with so many games, is the perfect home for local multiplayer fun. Hot Shot Burn […]

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Review: Bomber Fox (Switch)

Available now on Switch (£4.49/$4.99) – Published by Forever Entertainment One area in which the brilliant Bomberman games has always felt lacking is with the single player modes; there’s simply not enough variety or unpredictability with the enemy AI to give the game the same addictive spark that powers the near-peerless multiplayer action. However, an addictive, varied and surprisingly expansive […]

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Preview: SpyHack

Releasing today on Nintendo Switch, SpyHack is a stealth game, drenched in neon cyberpunk overtones and an almost RTS-esque feel. Set in the year 2111, SpyHack sees you in control of agents from the Advanced Technology Division (ADT), an organisation dedicated to protecting humanity from the unethical operations of the technology corporations that rule the world. The ultimate goal is […]

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Review: Pack Master

Available on: Switch, Android & iOS – Version Played: Switch – Price (Switch): £4.49/$4.99 – Published by: Forever Entertainment Tapping into the same oddly therapeutic arranging of objects as games such as Tetris – albeit in a far less abstract sense – Pack Master sees you trying to pack all of your stuff into increasingly oddly shaped and cramped suitcases. […]

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Review: Masky

Available Now on: Android, iOS, Linux, Mac, Switch, Windows – Version Played: Switch – Price: $4.99/£4.49 – Published by: Forever Entertainment There’s an incredible variety of indie games available on the Switch – and the fact that they can be played either on the TV or in portable mode means that there’s room for all kinds of titles, big or […]

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Review: Panzer Dragoon: Remake

Available Now on Switch – £22.49 – Developed by: Megapixel Studio SA – Published by: Forever Entertainment The original Panzer Dragoon was a launch title (in the West, at least) for the Saturn, Sega’s ultimately ill-fated 32-bit console. It was lauded upon release for it’s impressive presentation, with some very impressive (for the time) pre-rendered cinematic sequences and fast-paced on-rails […]