Rachel Watts


13 games reviewed
73.9 average score
73 median score
53.8% of games recommended
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Nov 15, 2019

A fun blend of puzzle and roguelike that inspires forward-thinking, but cuts your strategy short.

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85 / 100 - Manifold Garden
Oct 28, 2019

A serene gravity flipping puzzler with impossible structures to wrap your head around.

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May 2, 2019

Although its light tutorial and lack of feedback throw it off balance, Rise of Industry's in-depth production tools and supply chain mechanics - not to mention waffle options - will meet the demands of any production sim fan.Rachel Watts

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Jan 15, 2019

My Time at Portia is a gorgeous game with solid crafting mechanics and a mysterious post-apocalyptic tale, but its intriguing story is buried beneath slow pacing and flimsy characters.

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Nov 2, 2016

From what I understand, it’s been a difficult journey for Dopterra, starting from their Kickstarter campaign, beginning in 2014 to being released on Halloween 2016, but you can see the love and passion the developers have put into Creepy Castle. It has a compelling story, charm and humor with a sinister undertone, throw back aesthetics, a memorable soundtrack (composed by Marius Schneider), and a fun and unique battle system.

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48% - Miaou Moon
Oct 10, 2016

Miaou Moon is not a terrible game. It’s a cute, silly game about a bouncing, guffing space cat with some fun aspects and gameplay. Both the developers are very active on steam and itch, releasing new updates and improving the game.

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69% - Okhlos
Oct 7, 2016

Okhlos is a comical and chaotic game with dashes of strategy, but it is mostly just complete madness and obliteration. It gives you a wild rush of excitement but can get a tad repetitive.

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73% - Pan-Pan
Sep 22, 2016

Pan-Pan runs around two hours of playtime, so, for some, the price tag of £9.99/$12.99 might seem a bit steep. However, its unique puzzles, relaxed atmosphere, wonderful graphics and 3D world are what make it worth it. Lets hope that developers like Might and Delight continue to collaborate with these small projects and help them come to life and that Spelkraft continues to create more peaceful gaming experiences.

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97% - Abzu
Aug 26, 2016

It's an overwhelming experience with a captivating story submerged in beautiful visuals and music. It has some magical sequences and is an all-around unforgettable game. It holds moments of relaxation but also action and tension. It explores ones of the few places left on earth we still have yet to fully understand and embraces that mystery and wonder. ABZU is a reflection of what makes video games so amazing because they create places and feelings that we will never be able to experience, like the feeling of being one with the ocean.

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73% - Replica
Jul 22, 2016

Replica conjures a complicated totalitarian world of privacy invasion and information censorship. It’s a short game with a powerful message and definitely worth £1.99/$2.99 over on Itch.io and Steam.

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