Tagged: Puzzle platformer

There is a saying that says "imitation is the sincerest form of flattery."  People will often imitate their idols or someone/something that excels in the way they do things, possibly without even trying.  Toby: The Secret Mine, created by Lukas Navratil and published by Headup Games, takes a lot of inspiration off of games such as Limbo and Nihilumbra but not without seeming too much like a lesser polished, although still enjoyable, version of its predecessors. At it's core, Toby: The Secret Mine is a platformer and puzzle game at its core.  Right from the first time you start the game, you ... Read More »
Have you ever played a game where you set some sort of stipulation on a second play through, either to increase the difficulty or make the game feel different?  Surely you've heard of players speed running a game. Maybe play the game blindfolded. Or play two players with one controller.  Binaries takes the concept of this last and subtly twists it into a quite brilliant core mechanic.  Developed by Scottish outfit Ant Workshop, Binaries is a puzzle platformer that embodies simplicity while creating a fun and addictive experience. Looking like it was developed in the world of Tron, Binaries is a very simple ... Read More »

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