Point and click bait
If the legacy of LucasArts – and, as a direct result, the continued success of independent studios such as Double Fine – has proven anything, it’s that point-and-clicks are almost always better with a healthy dose of humour. A sense of razor-sharp wit, self-deprecation and black comedy have helped make the likes of Day of...
If you happen to remember a time when video games came in audio tapes, the name 'Hewson Consultants' will surely ring an 8-bit bell. Exercise your memory a bit longer and you might even be familiar with Uridium, a 1986 scrolling shmup designed by Andrew Braybrook that sent both reviewers and gamers into a frenzy. After a successful...