Kirstie Summers


108 games reviewed
75.8 average score
80 median score
74.3% of games recommended
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Sep 18, 2020

Journey of the Broken Circle is a lovely, thought-provoking game that uses simplicity to explore the complexity of relationships.

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8 / 10.0 - Okunoka Madness
Sep 16, 2020

OkunoKA Madness is a great little platformer, with tight controls and gorgeous artwork that really puts your skill and precision to the test.

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5 / 10.0 - Gleamlight
Sep 6, 2020

Gleamlight is a simple 2D platformer with a pretty premise but not a lot of substance to back it up.

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Aug 22, 2020

Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time is an incredible action platformer with stunning animation and action that more than lives up to the reputation of the series.

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Aug 19, 2020

Linn: Path of Orchards is a creative puzzle game with a beautiful fantasy setting and a unique approach to keeping you engaged with each level.

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9 / 10.0 - Helheim Hassle
Aug 19, 2020

Helheim Hassle is a genuinely funny game with a dark sense of humour that holds up throughout a series of creative and silly puzzles.

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8 / 10.0 - DISTRAINT 2
Aug 10, 2020

Distraint 2 is a solemn and moving game that uses puzzles to guide you through a very human darkness.

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8 / 10.0 - Nowhere Prophet
Aug 4, 2020

Nowhere Prophet combines a well-structured card battler with an intense story and a gorgeous art style to create a deck-building roguelike with genuine depth.

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7 / 10.0 - REZ PLZ
Jul 25, 2020

REZ PLZ is a creative platforms game that blends a darkly funny premise with clever puzzles in a genuinely fun and original way that is let down by a couple of annoying (but hopefully temporary) bugs.

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Jul 14, 2020

The Great Perhaps uses cute puzzles to explore the before and after of humanity's time on Earth, with a melancholy atmosphere that reaches for, but doesn't quite grasp, the profound.

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