Have you always wanted to play as a sea worm that’s been swallowed by a sea-beast, hunting for your kidnapped sea-children? Rejoice – you can fulfil that incredibly niche desire in action-adventure Into the Belly of the Beast, the inventive sea-themed sort-of side-scroller from indie developer Lucky Brograms. The game kicks off without much of an introduction, just a 30-second cut-scene that sets up the entire premise of the game, with your character, Sploosh, watching his babies sucked into the mouth of the titular beast. Initially we were concerned, since the blocky cut-scene graphics reminded us more of a Nintendo 64 ... Read More »
Playing Lost Sea, there’s something reminiscent of being 6-years-old again, sitting cross-legged in front of the screen jostling with the joypad of the Mega Drive/N64/Playstation (delete according to age). There's almost a sense of child-like naivety in just how simple this sea-faring adventure is. Lost Sea comes from indie developer eastasiasoft, with a pretty experienced and talented team behind it. And boy, can you tell. A number of indie titles suffer quirky controls to niggling graphics – and you accept, or even embrace, that it’s the nature of a budding and ambitious small studio. None of that is present in Lost ... Read More »
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