Kaesiya
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When Kaesiya isn't fervently paying off a mafioso raccoon or palling around with anthropomorphic rabbits she enjoys talking about games. Jack of all trades, master of some - like building houses in The Sims that will never see an hour of play, or making a Thai curry so good you forget how socks work.

Eternal Hope review: A lesson in never giving up

Eternal Hope is a charming 2D puzzle platformer where you play as Ti’bi, a lonesome boy that desperately traverses different dimensions in order to reunite with his long lost love. But it’s not all sunshine and rainbows – Ti’bi has…

Academia: School Simulator review – School’s out!

Academia: School Simulator is a school management sim from the artist of Prison Architect and Squeaky Wheel Studios. It’s been in development for seven years, three of which have been early access. Now this long-laboured title has finally hit 1.0,…

The Universim Preview: Playing God

Having started out as a Kickstarter project in early 2014, The Universim is a long-awaited God simulator that puts the welfare of it’s lonely planet in your very own hands. Maniacal overlord or trusted peacekeeper? Pull all the strings to…

Rusty Lake announces new two player adventure

Rusty Lake are returning with a highly anticipated addition to the Rusty Lake universe – a fresh new twist on the eerie and surreal world previously explored in their earlier games. The Past Within will feature innovative two player gameplay;…

Bounty Battle review: Does it pack a punch?

Starring a whole heap of indie game heroes, Bounty Battle is a Smash Bros style brawler that aims to put a new spin on the genre. The trailer for Bounty Battle greets you with beautiful, fluid animations and a pulsing…

Nine Witches: Family Disruption review – It’s all in the family

Nine Witches: Family Disruption is a charming, off-beat point and click adventure game set in an alternate history where a WW2 division, dealing with dark magics of the occult, releases an ancient curse upon the world. Starring the quadripelegic professor…

Goblins Keep Coming review: Get out of my swamp

Goblins Keep Coming is an isometric 3D tower defense game where swarms of goblins relentlessly attack your humble castle. And whilst the premise might be simple, there’s a lot more than what first meets the eye. The game begins with…

Going Under review: Lo-fi beats to kill to

Going Under is a satirical dungeon crawler where bust start-up companies are doomed to live out their failings in the underground beneath Neo-Cascadia. Jackie is a new intern, freshly assigned to work at Fizzle Beverages. Little does she know that…

Genesis Thor 300 RGB Keyboard review

A decent keyboard set-up is paramount if you’re a PC gaming enthusiast, but stepping up to a mechanical keyboard can certainly get expensive – especially after the initial outlay of a gaming rig. The Genesis Thor 300 RGB mechanical keyboard…

FUZE4 Nintendo Switch: Igniting a passion for coding

Despite having no previous experience in coding – except for a small foray in trying to teach myself html – coding is something that I’ve always admired and wished that I could learn fluently. So when the opportunity arose to…