Home About Posts Contact

OASE Review

OASE

Developer: Mirage and Nitarou
Publisher: Zeiva Inc
Released on Sep 16, 2010

Other Age Second Encounter (OASE) is an indie game developed by Zeiva Inc. A direct sequel to the original Other Age dating sim, OASE is back with a cast of quirky characters to interact with, as a dating sim that plays out like a visual novel. This time, the Prince of Zeiva Empire is sent by his mom on a quest to find his ideal girlfriend.

Genre: Indie Adventure Dating Sim

Continue reading OASE Review

Domina Review

Domina on Steam

Written by Paul Gestl

Developer: DophinBarn
Publisher: Same Company
Released on Apr 3, 2017

Domina is akin to the “new kid on the block” in the rogue-like genre of games (marked by dungeon crawling, tile-based graphics, and permadeath.) With a setting in the heyday of gladiator combat, the game brings a few new things to the table both in terms of social live streaming and glorious AI vs. AI gladiator combat.

Genre: An action-strategy simulation game.

Continue reading Domina Review

Chocolatier III: Decadence by Design Review

Chocolatier III: Decadence by Design

Developer: Big Splash Games
Publisher: PlayFirst
Released on Aug 12, 2009

One year ago, I discovered the Chocolatier series that belonged in the genre of business and time management games, sharing similarities with the tycoon games where you would build your own business from the ground up into a wealthy empire. In this one, you will be distributing chocolate confections all across the world to seek out new ingredients and recipes.

Genre: Business Simulation

Continue reading Chocolatier III: Decadence by Design Review

Greenlight Games from 2016-2017

A Continuation of Steam Greenlight

Welcome back to Steam Greenlight showings from 2016 to 2017! The previous trailers I found were part of the Greenlit section, meaning that they have gained a tremendous amount of support from the Steam community. As you can see, people have invented many creative approaches to gameplay.

Steam Greenlight was fun while it lasted…

Once enough people “thumbs up” a game, it becomes Greenlit allowing people to leave their comments or ask the author questions about gameplay. So the next step is for Valve to contact the dev about getting it published, all that technical stuff.

Continue reading Greenlight Games from 2016-2017