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Conan Chop Chop is a multiplayer roguelite game that can be played both offline and online. This dungeon crawler challenge of endurance will keep you on your toes as you try to take down enemies in random generated maps, collect loot and make your way to the Wrath-Athon!

When you start up the game you’ll be greeted with a story sequence of Thoth-amon trying to summon Xaltotun and failing. In order to collect the perfect vessel, he devises a plan to trick some heroes into coming his way. A contest of strength will surely lure them in! Continue Reading

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Sonic returns for his second time on the big screen in Sonic The Hedgehog 2 along with well known characters Tails and Knuckles making their movie debut. With the evil genius Dr. Robotnik on a mad quest for the power of the master emerald, Sonic and Tails will have to think fast to find it first, while Knuckles tries to thwart their every move! Continue Reading

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Rabbit Academy: Mission Eggpossible is an animated film produced by Akkord Film, based on characters from a series of German children’s books (Die Häschenschule, 1924). Ute von Münchow-Pohl returns as director to this sequel of Rabbit School: Guardians of the Golden Egg. While this is the second movie in the series, Rabbit Academy stands up fine as a film on its own and doesn’t require you to know much from the prequel. Continue Reading

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The Mysterious Geographic Explorations of Jasper Morello (2005) is an Australian film directed and co-written by Anthony Lucas. It is has a long list of awards and was nominated for an academy award.

This movie is classified in a genre that became popular in the 90’s known as Steampunk – A fiction genre set in Englands Victorian era, where steam power is the prominent technology in the 19th century. However this particular film is set in the year 1276 and gives a look at an alternate world for the human race. As it is a fantasy genre there are also many fictional technologies that are not based on history, the past and present become mixed together to create all new machines. There are floating islands, iron airships and strange creatures that make up the curious world of this film. Continue Reading

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Back when The Sims 4 was only a few months old, there wasn’t a whole tonne of custom content featuring anime characters just yet.

However I the first stuff I managed to track down was some clothing from Attack on Titan! (Shingeki no Kyojin)

SNK Male Jacket

[Attack On Titan/Shingeki No Kyojin] All Corps Jacket Set – Male

Shingeki no Kyojin – Female Titan – Skin Detail + Eyes

Attack on Titan – Female Jacket & Pants


Now your Sims can cosplay!!

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In 2015 I played this little game called Broken Age on my PS4.  It’s a point and click adventure game with absolutely gorgeous artwork, it’s like playing a moving painting. Not only is it lovely to look at, it presents you with two characters to play, who are both living in bizarre circumstances.

Vella is a young woman about to be sacrificed to a monster to stop it from destroying her town, who would like nothing more than to kill the monster rather than be eaten. Whereas Shay is a young man trapped in space ship and forced to play out childish games by a crazy mothering computer and craves more exciting adventures.

To progress through the story you need to collect various items and use them to interact with other objects or characters in the game world. You come across some pretty funny NPC’s and quirky ways to get them to help you move on through the game. Like for example, getting a tree to spew sap into a bucket.

You can switch between the characters at any time, but it’s almost like playing two separate games, as neither character seems to anywhere near meeting one another. As you progress through the game the story will begin to converge and it’s really clever how these different worlds come together.

The game is relaxing to play, you don’t have to worry about dying or missing some quicktime event and it is more about puzzle solving and interacting with the world around you. Plus I get a good laugh from the odd characters and puns they come out with. The puzzles did get harder towards the end, I even pulled out a pen and paper to make notes but it was super satisfying when I was able find the solution.

So if you are someone who enjoys beautiful artwork, interesting stories and you’re totally sick of button mashing and would rather use your head, then this is the game for you! I’m personally enjoying it quite a lot and recommend you give it a try!