As 2021 comes to a close, we wrapped up the last bits of gaming for the year. We got to float around in the seas in Trash Sailors, silently took out enemies in Aiko’s Choice, survived a fast-food nightmare in Happy Humble Farms, bounced and toss robots around in Clockwork Aquario, hunted for resources in Mechajammer, and got some fun in the sun with friends in Retired Men’s Nude Beach Volleyball League.
April showers have sprung fresh games for us to review. We strapped on our VR headset to get kills in Zombieland VR and swung like Spider-Man to stop an alien invasion. We got dropped in strange new lands with fun powers. We also hacked and slacked our way through feudal times. Check out all the games we unboxed and reviewed this April in the Gamebox 2.0.
Spring is on the way and along with rain showers and blooming flowers and of course, more new games to play. This month we pointed and clicked in the world of Cyanide & Happiness, acted out fight scenes in tight spaces, managed our way to the top of the drug trade, and more. Check out our thoughts on some of the games we got to check out this March 2021.
2021 has arrived and we hope it brings new and exciting things. In our January game reviews, we started off the year right with some interesting indie titles to get ready for more gaming throughout 2021. We stepped into the boxing ring to earn fame and fortune in Billion Beat, explored a spooky theater with lights and shadows in Iris.Fall, and became a medieval bully in Rustler: Prologue.
When a nuclear disaster crumbles society, humanity had retreated to underground bunkers called “Endzones” to wait for the chaos to settle. Towns, cities, and countries have been destroyed and nature grew to take their place. 150 years have past and humanity has emerged to rebuild. Now it’s up to a strong leader to take charge and shape the future of mankind.