Aaron plays some Hero Express on the Switch and finds success through tenacity.
Aaron plays some Blazing Beaks with some degree of success.
#CaptainCat #HiddenTrap #NintendoSwitch Aaron goes fishing with an anchor in
Aaron gets into the swing of things with Verlet Swing…he’ll let himself out.
Aaron plays some PlataGo! Super Platform Game Maker on the Switch.
Aaron walks cautiously in Warlock’s Tower.
Aaron rolls around for awhile in Adaptive Game’s Technosphere Reload.
Aaron plays some Perchang for the Switch and thinks about metal balls leaving skid marks on various contraptions.
Aaron plays some Void Bastards on the Xbox One and thinks about the relationship between workers and management.
Aaron plays some Effie on the PS4 and delights in the simple pleasures of jumping and collecting things…that inexplicably float and incessantly turn in mid-air.
Aaron plays some Shards of Infinity on PC via steam and wonders why he’s so late to the deck building card game craze.
#VentureKid #FDGEntertainment #Snikkabo Aaron plays some Venture Kid for the
Aaron plays some Super Blood Hockey for the Nintendo Switch.
Aaron plays some Yet Another Zombie Defense HD for the Nintendo Switch.
Aaron plays some of the death-providing strategy game – Death Coming, from NEXT Studios, for the Nintendo Switch.
Aaron plays some of the exploration action RPG – Aggelos, from Storybird Games, for the Nintendo Switch.
Aaron plays some of Image and Form’s awesome card-based RPG, SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech.
Aaron plays some of One More Level’s bird’s eye-view twitch action game – God’s Trigger.
Aaron plays some of Tigertron’s dolphin exploration game – Jupiter & Mars.
Aaron plays some of Zoink Games’, must-play experience, Ghost Giant for PSVR.
Aaron plays some Valley on the Switch and relearns how much fun it can be to walk, run and jump.
Aaron plays some One Finger Death Punch 2 on PC via Steam and becomes the master of something he can’t quite define.
Aaron plays some Undead’s Building on the Nintendo Switch and nothing will ever be the same.
Why? Because this is a game where you operate an elevator to rescue people within various apartment and office buildings from hall-roaming zombies.
Aaron plays some Minesweeper Genius on the Nintendo Switch and doesn’t blow up…as much as he expected to.
Aaron plays some Overwhelm on the Nintendo Switch.