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Chris McMullen

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Chris has been gaming since the days of the Acorn Electron, which was allegedly purchased to 'help him with his homework'. You can probably guess how well that went. He’ll tackle most genres – football titles aside – though he has a taste for games that that are post-apocalyptic, horror-oriented or thought provoking in nature.
Main Assembly

Creative Sandbox Main Assembly is About Learning From Your Mechanical Mess-Ups

Main Assembly invites you to build the vehicle of your dreams, then crash it into a wall.

Rustler is Grand Theft Auto: Medieval Edition

Rustler mashes up Grand Theft Auto vehicle thievery and Game of Thrones style fantasy mayhem.
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Song of Horror Episode 4: The Last Concert is Just Asking for Trouble

Song of Horror Episode 4: The Last Concert sends you to a haunted monastery. What could possibly go wrong?

FMV Game Not For Broadcast Has You Piling on the Propaganda

Not For Broadcast is a daft FMV game that puts you in the shoes of an overworked, underpaid news editor.

Black Skylands Promises Skyships, Jetpacks and Steampunk Slaughter

Black Skylands invites you to take to the unfriendly skies.
Cuisine Royale

Cuisine Royale Review

Cuisine Royale cooks up a tasty helping of player versus player lunacy.
Hardcore Mecha

Hardcore Mecha Review

Hardcore Mecha is a rollocking, roboting shoot 'em up that will have you hooked.

SELF Review

Self is a unsettling, mind-bending journey that's well worth taking.

Potata: Fairy Flower is an Adorable, Platform-Hopping Adventure

Potata: Fairy Flower takes you on a colourful, hazard-filled trip into platform land.

Song of Bloom is a Gorgeous, Soulful Puzzler

Short as it is, iOS puzzle game Song of Bloom definitely leaves its mark.

Dinosaur Island VR Review

Dinosaur Island VR has more dinosaurs than you could shake John Hammond's stick at, but this rail shooter is oddly lacking in tension.

Dark Raider is a Promising Pixel-Art Hack ‘Em Up

Entering into early access later this month, Dark Raider is a procedurally-generated hack-and-slash game that shows a lot of potential.

Debris Infinity is a Fun, Frenetic Asteroids-Style Shooter

Debris Infinity is neon rock-smashing mayhem with a bullet-time twist.

Wattam Review

Wattam is a colourful meditation on home, friendship and joy.

Song of Horror Episode 3 Dials Up the ‘Nope’

Song of Horror Episode 3 takes you deeper into the darkness.

Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition Resurrects a Classic RPG

Neverwinter Nights is rightly regarded as a classic role-playing game. But, seventeen years later, is it worth revisiting?

Alphaman Hopes to Pick Up Where Mega Man Left Off

Alphaman is an affectionate, platform-hopping Mega Man tribute.
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Phoenix Point Review

Phoenix Point is a thoroughly compelling blend of turn-based strategy and Lovecraftian horror that fans of X-Com will simply adore.

Infected Shelter Lets Grandpa in on the Zombie Murder

Infected Shelter is South Park meets The Walking Dead, with an added helping of mayhem.

Is Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order an Open World Game?

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order takes you out into the galaxy, but is it an open world game?
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