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REVIEW: Puzzle Labyrinth

Puzzle Labyrinth is a very bare bones puzzle game. There isn’t anything flashy in the Nintendo 3DS eShop game. Like sitting down to do a […]

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REVIEW: Conveni Dream

I worked in retail for a long time. I have over a decade under my belt of dealing with crazed customers, wacky coworkers, and the […]

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REVIEW: Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse

I’ve been a fan of WayForward for some time, though I haven’t had the opportunity to play many of their games. The first game from […]

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REVIEW: Mini Mario & Friends amiibo Challenge

While Mini Mario & Friends amiibo Challenge is not the answer to the killer ap question for giving amiibos a solid use, it is a […]

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My Nintendo Picross: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is not a bad little puzzle game, and a great start for a My Nintendo-exclusive downloadable […]

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REVIEW: Witch & Hero II

The original Witch & Hero was the second game I reviewed here at Darkain Arts Gamers and I loved it. The game was the model […]

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Parascientific Escape: Cruise in the Distant Seas is a visual novel with exploration and puzzle solving elements. The game follows Hitomi Akeneno, a 16 year […]

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REVIEW: Sadame

When describing this game to a friend I told him that the game feels like playing Double Dragon, but set in Feudal Japan. While that’s […]

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REVIEW: Toy Defense

Toy Defense for the Nintendo 3DS eShop is a port of a free mobile game, and it feels like it. That’s not to say that […]

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REVIEW: Word Puzzles by POWGI

I enjoy puzzle games, though most of my puzzle solving comes from puzzles built into other game genres. From problem solving and deduction like the […]

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