MOTAS: The Mystery of Time and Space

Point & Click adventure games have been around for a very long time; indeed, some of the earliest big titles were of this genre. We’ve had the Monkey Island franchise, Grim Fandango, Broken Sword – And then we had the Mystery of Time & Space (MOTAS). Recently on our Discord channel, I got into a conversation with Jason from VidyaSauce, who was live streaming himself playing Elea – A new game that identifies itself as an Indie Adventure game. When I saw the sci-fi theme of the game, I was immediately brought back to MOTAS – A game that I and my family loved to bits.

Point & Click adventure games have been around for a very long time; indeed, some of the earliest big titles were of this genre. We’ve had the Monkey Island franchise, Grim Fandango, Broken Sword – And then we had the Mystery of Time & Space (MOTAS). Recently on our Discord channel, I got into a conversation with Jason from VidyaSauce, who was live streaming himself playing Elea – A new game that identifies itself as an Indie Adventure game. When I saw the sci-fi theme of the game, I was immediately brought back to MOTAS – A game that I and my family loved to bits.

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Akies Games – Interview

Catharsisjelly was able to speak to the wonderful team of Akies Games on their upcoming Wii U Puzzle title: Aenigma Os. Check out this sweet gap matching puzzler.

While I was at Play Expo I mentioned that I was able to talk to Duncan and Becca from Akies Games. Their match three style puzzle game called Aenigma OS is currently only available for Wii-U but is at a low price of £4.99 ($6.99 USD, €6.49 EUR). Duncan e-mailed me this week to mention that there might actually be a PC version on the cards as there was a lot of call for it at the show (Mac & Linux too please, Duncan!)

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Video Game Review – Toki Tori

Toki Tori is the last in this three-part trilogy of video games released by Two Tribes; Did we leave the best to last, or is Toki Tori not all that? Join Timlah as we look through the last major game we’re looking at for the closing games studio, before their new game RIVE in September.

Toki Tori is the last in this three-part trilogy of video games released by Two Tribes; Did we leave the best to last, or is Toki Tori not all that? For a game that was originally released back in 2001, has this game managed to stick through the ages, or is it all tweet and no treat? Join Timlah as we look through the last major game we’re looking at for the closing games studio, before their new game RIVE, which comes out later this year.

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Video Game Review – EDGE

Last week we went to the realms of RUSH, a game where you have to tell some cubes where to go. This week, we’re back for more cube-like goodness with EDGE, where this time we’re controlling just one cube. Timlah’s back from one puzzling game to another, as we look at the second in a three-part series of Two Tribes fun puzzle titles.

Last week we went to the realms of RUSH, a game where you have to tell some cubes where to go. This week, we’re back for more cube-like goodness with EDGE, where this time we’re controlling just one cube. Timlah’s back from one puzzling game to another, as we look at the second in a three-part series of Two Tribes fun puzzle titles.

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