Paula Moore


111 games reviewed
55.9% of games recommended
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Liked - Clocker
Mar 7, 2021

Clocker is an interesting game, though not without its faults but it does have its good points too. The artwork is beautiful as is the soundtrack. If you enjoy a time-bending puzzle game, Clocker could be your thing! Especially since it has such a reasonable price point!

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Loved - Littlewood
Mar 5, 2021

Littlewood is a chilled out game, with positive vibes and a heart-warming story. The streamlined gameplay makes the game a joy to play, without the hassle of having to switch tools. Sean Young should be very proud of his little game and rightly so. For fans of this genre, Littlewood is a place you must visit. You will be warmly welcomed and live a life of peace and calm.

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Liked - Wind Peaks
Mar 3, 2021

I like Wind Peaks its an acceptable hidden object game. It is however limited with its story and interactive elements in the game are mainly the items you are tasked with finding. I’ve played a few games in this genre and this one is fine for what it is. It does feel more like a prologue than a fully-fledged story, it is short on playtime and also has an abrupt ending! I feel it might be a little overpriced on the Nintendo Switch, £9.99 is somewhat high for roughly an hours worth of play. So with that in mind, my score is…

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Liked - PAKO Caravan
Mar 2, 2021

PAKO Caravan is an arcade title that is perfect for a quick pick up and play session. A laid back game that is enjoyable and recommended for all ages. The game is free to download on mobile, with a £3.99 price to remove the advertisement and a £1.99 pice to unlock all the levels. The choice is yours whether you feel the £6.29 price point on the Nintendo Switch for a free mobile game is worth it!

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Feb 26, 2021

If you are after a challenge (without the cheat) with classic old school bombs then Dungeons & Bombs is your thing. I’d wait until the game had an update as at the moment, once you discover the cheat it takes all the enjoyment out of the game. I do hope the developers update the game soon to remove it. And…what’s with the beard?

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Liked-a-lot - Healer's Quest
Feb 24, 2021

I have an entertaining time while playing Healer’s Quest, the writing has given me a laugh a few times. The gameplay is pretty solid but in shorter bursts. I don’t think Healer’s Quest is a game you could play for hours on end. At its price point of under £15 in the eShop, you certainly get your money’s worth and an enjoyable, humourous take on the RPG genre.

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You won’t find the depth of territory or building development that you do in Civilization, but you will find a complete and engaging strategy game. Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIV is packed, full of different scenarios, with hours upon hours of quality strategy war gameplay. There is quite a lot of nuances to the game which I’m still learning, but if you do stick with it, I think it proves to be a very rewarding strategy game!

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Liked-a-lot - Summer Catchers
Feb 18, 2021

Summer Catchers is an enjoyable romp helping Chu see the ocean. When I first started playing Summer Catchers I wasn’t too sure what I thought of the game, but you know what? It grew on me! As I’ve mentioned Chu has a can-do attitude which really does rub off on you and makes you want to try to succeed. I like the art style, and even the gameplay itself becomes highly addicting.

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Liked-a-lot - Aground
Feb 16, 2021

Aground is a super fun game, with lots to do in it. Plenty of crafting, mining and so on to keep you amused. The story twists are interesting, your never quite sure where it will all lead to. It can get a little repetitive as regards the collecting of resources, but what game doesn’t. If you’re a fan of games that focus on survival, collecting resources and crafting and at the price point for Aground I can highly recommend it!

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Feb 14, 2021

From the art style to the overall story, Half Past Fate: Romantic Distancing is a short wholesome little rom-com. The game does everything I expected it to and does it well. I haven’t played the first game so it was a delight to be introduced to the Half Past Fate experience through this game. If you have played the first game I definitely recommend you should download and enjoy this mini-episode too!

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