Indie Spotlight – Bomber Crew

Indie Spotlight – Bomber Crew

As a history buff, I often lament the fact that there aren’t very many unique World War II based games out there. However, this week I picked up Bomber Crew by Curve Digital and was impressed by not only how fun it was, but also how accessible it was. Longtime readers...

Indie Spotlight – Undertale

Indie Spotlight – Undertale

A human child falls into the underground where magical monsters live peacefully. Are these monsters your friends or your enemies? Undertale is a retro-designed RPG with turn-based combat and was released on the PlayStation 4 and PC. The game is known for its quirky...

Mobile Spotlight: November 9, 2012

Mobile Spotlight: November 9, 2012

This week saw the release of the next in the series of wildly popular Angry Birds games. Angry Birds Star Wars follows in its predecessors footsteps by being both incredibly fun and very accessible.  To begin with, the controls are very simple and can be operated...

Mobile Spotlight – October 26, 2012

Mobile Spotlight – October 26, 2012

Apparently, we are embracing our inner Rocky Balboas at DAGERS this week, because both of the games we found to highlight have a distinct boxing theme. And they both show how arcade style action games can be made accessible on mobile devices.   Punch Quest  ...

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PSA Regarding Days Gone

PSA Regarding Days Gone

Edit: I've received several comments that make it clear that the context of this article is not apparent. This article is regarding the physical accessibility of Days Gone for players with disabilities, written by a disabled gamer. This is not a review of...

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