Pikuniku could be one of the best games I’ve played in a really long time. There is something about:
The movement mechanics The goofy yet dark story And the brevity of the overall experience that speaks to me
Wyatt enjoyed it too!
If you are looking for a solid distraction with heart, look no further than
5/5 – Pikuniku is a solid distraction with heart.
Title: Pikuniku Developer: Sectordub Platform: Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Windows, Linux, Mac Reviewed On: Nintendo Switch MSRP: $12.99
Review by Bryan Hall
May 11, 2020
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Wyatt and I finished
Cricket Through the Ages, via Apple Arcade, this past weekend. With him turning 10 and entering 5th grade, I don’t get to play games with him as much as I used to (we have reached the stage where personal alone time is a thing now).
I enjoyed sitting to my son, on the couch, flailing away at each other on the iPad.
Cricket Through the Ages is a silly game with equally silly mechanics. A fantastic/short weekend distraction; A win-win in this dad’s book.
October 8, 2019
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Looking forward to playing
, co-op, with my 9 year old son. 9 years… where is time going? The Swords of Ditto
This looks fantastic. Love the solid martial arts animation showcase mixed with utter beauty and a dash of mystery.
Sloclap’s Absolver is definitely on my radar for 2017.
Wyatt and I started playing
Rogue Legacy recently. I am loving the quick gameplay sessions mixed with passing the controller back and forth. Reminds me of growing up with an NES.
Continuing that trend, I’ve got
on my radar. Game looks like a blast. Perfect for further father and son adventures! Downwell