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Kim Snaith

Kim Snaith
Kim's been into video games since playing Dizzy on her brother's Commodore 64 as a wee nipper. Video games may be her livelihood, but that doesn't mean she's very good at them. If she's not gaming, she's probably cooing over pictures of baby animals or watching re-runs of Friends for the 137th time. You'll also find Kim's work on Kotaku UK and Gizmodo UK.
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Tips For Playing Treasure Stack

Treasure Stack is a fiendish puzzle game that's hard to master. Here are a few hints to help you along the way.

Out Now on Switch, Shred! 2 is a Mountainbiking Alternative to Trials

While the brand new Trials Rising may dominate the high-octane biking game scene, it isn't the only one available.

Treasure Stack Review

Treasure Stack's unique twist on a familiar genre makes for addictive and engaging gameplay – but it's not going to be for everyone.

ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove Review

I've never played anything quite so bizarre as ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove.

Ape Out Review

Did you, by any chance, while playing Hotline Miami, ever stop and think, "this game would be so much better if I was a gorilla"?

Pokémon Sword and Shield Officially Unveiled, Coming to Switch Later This Year

During today's special Pokémon Direct from Nintendo, the next mainline Pokémon games have been unveiled: Pokémon Sword and Shield.

Strikey Sisters is a Clever Twist on Breakout – But it’s Fiendish as Heck

If you're up for a challenge, though, Srtrikey Sisters is worth taking a punt on, especially if you've ever enjoyed a Breakout clone.

There’s a Pokémon Direct Tomorrow Afternoon

Nintendo has just announced a Direct will be airing tomorrow afternoon – exclusively about Pokémon.

Combat-free RPG Eastshade Sure is Beautiful

Eastshade is a visually impressive first person adventure game about art and exploration.

Townsmen: A Kingdom Rebuilt Adds a Tonne of Content to a Fun City Building...

Townsmen: A Kingdom Rebuilt is a pleasant looking game with fairly simple systems that allow even novices to the genre to jump in and play.

Game Soup is a Delightful Warioware-Like Collection of Microgames

If you miss the days of waving your Wiimote around to Warioware, Game Soup will fill a small void that nothing else has come close to in the last decade.

Evoland Legendary Edition Review

Evoland has quite the history – which is ironic considering the game itself concerns itself with the history of video games.

How ‘The Sims’ Revolutionised The Simulation Genre

Whether it be designing your dream home, making love and war with the neighbours, or just cruelly killing 'em off, The Sims had something for all of us.
Far Cry New Dawn

How to Get Ethanol in Far Cry New Dawn

In Far Cry New Dawn, there's one currency that speaks louder than all the others: ethanol.

How to Change Weapons in Far Cry New Dawn

Far Cry New Dawn has many weird and wonderful weapons to use. It pays to experiment with them to see which ones you like best. Here's how to switch between them.

How to Throw Rocks in Far Cry New Dawn

Here's how to throw rocks in Far Cry New Dawn, and when you might want to use it.
Far Cry New Dawn

How to Break Down Doors in Far Cry New Dawn

Your melee attack comes in handy in many situations.

How to Craft Weapons in Far Cry New Dawn

The latest Far Cry game to release, Far Cry New Dawn, has a pretty robust weapon crafting system.
Far Cry New Dawn

How to Heal in Far Cry New Dawn

It's the end of the world in Far Cry New Dawn, so naturally you need to take care of yourself.

The Better You Are at Tetris 99, the More Brutal it Gets

Now available for free on Nintendo Switch for Online members, Tetris 99 is Tetris meets Battle Royale. It's brutal, but a lot of fun.

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