In honor of almost reaching 100 followers on Twitter in just the first few months, Gamer’s Almanac is hosting a celebratory giveaway! We will be giving away three games that we’ve reviewed to the lucky winners. The Details: Ruin of the Reckless, Cublast HD, and Tiles will all be available as prizes. A first, second,… Continue reading Gamer’s Almanac Twitter Giveaway!
It would be foolish to bury the hook here in anything but the hull of a pirate ship: Flinthook is an instant classic, and it deserves more praise than just one review can give. Montreal developer Tribute Games has created something energetic and beautiful that plays like a dream. Well balanced mechanics, an immersive pirate-filled world, and procedurally generated levels with a hand-crafted feel all come together to create a surefire hit. With all this in mind, let’s waste no time and dive right in to what makes Flinthook such a compelling videogame.
Ruin of the Reckless is a forthcoming rogue-like retro brawler from developers Faux-Operative Games. In it you play as lost soul Stargrove or Stella, and you’re tasked with climbing to the top of a treacherous tower for the chance to have one wish granted. After a closer look at the rogue-like genre and an interview with developer Charles Webb, it’s time to share our thoughts on the game.
Yesterday Gamer’s Almanac covered five modern takes on the rogue-like genre, including Ruin of the Reckless. Today we have an exclusive interview developer Charles Webb, from Faux-Operative games to get an insider’s perspective on this forthcoming rogue-like. I’d like to thank the team at Faux-Operative games for letting me interview them. I’ve really enjoyed my time with the game so far and it was great to learn more about the game from one of the developers himself.
What happens when you die? Well, according to some of the games in one of our favorite and most unforgiving genres, you start all over again. Today Gamer’s Almanac takes a look at five of our favorite recent games inspired by the rogue-like genre to uncover what it is about these classic and challenging titles that… Continue reading What Happens When You Die: Rogue-Likes, Rogue-Lites, and Everything in Between.