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Posted by FuturecopLGF - 7 days ago



Every month I see to review all of the games that were nominated as the Best of that month, which you can view in the link above!


As a game developer myself, I know how difficult it can be when you are starting out and how tricky it can be to tell how your game will be received by users. After all, you know how your game is meant to be played, and you can't just wipe that from your memory when you're building and testing it!


Therefore, I record myself playing all of the games for the first time for 10-15 minutes and try to voice how I'm feeling when I'm playing it, so that developers can see how a user might experience their game for the first time, especially for things like tutorials. I also try to provide some advice as well, but it might not always be the best: what I'm really hoping is that developers can draw their own conclusions on what might need work from how I stumble through their game.


Game Devs Reviewed: @Nomron @MorsGames @Rob1221 @gl3nk @PippinGames @Noodle @Tombdude @Pomegranite @CosmicAdventureSquad @Flodotelito @brin-o @Spagato @bontegames @NastyOldWizard @Kultisti @milkbarjack @Dazlog @DefaultLabs @VasantJ @RongRong @Cakestorm @3p0ch @XZCendence @Stepford @CarsonKompon @kekitopu @LumpyTouch @Stopsignal


While all of these games were the best of the month...


MY PERSONAL ARBITRARILY-RANKED TOP 10 GAMES OF MAY


My top 10 was (in sort-of ranked order and based on my own criteria which is some weird sense of 'memorability' for me personally and totally subject to genres I like though I try not to be too bias blah blah blah):












Honorable Mentions (games that were close contenders for the top, games that are still demos, games that are clones of existing games but still good, etc):






Many thanks to all the game devs reviewed: even if you're not listed above, I still had a blast playing all of your games! Hopefully my rambling reviews and clumsy feedback can help you in your future endeavors!


Sorry this review is coming a little late: took my 2nd vaccine jab during reviews and I got hit hard by side effects. A large portion of the reviews were also done when I was still coming out of it so if I'm a little bit more dumb than usual, now you know why. Stay healthy, all!


Lots of demos were in this month, as well as a lot of potential prototypes that could be polished into something incredible: unfortunately I don't put demos into the top 10 due to them still being in development, but I'm nevertheless looking forward to seeing how they turn out in the future!


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Posted by FuturecopLGF - May 6th, 2021



Every month I see to review all of the games that were nominated as the Best of that month, which you can view in the link above!


As a game developer myself, I know how difficult it can be when you are starting out and how tricky it can be to tell how your game will be received by users. After all, you know how your game is meant to be played, and you can't just wipe that from your memory when you're building and testing it!


Therefore, I record myself playing all of the games for the first time for 10-15 minutes and try to voice how I'm feeling when I'm playing it, so that developers can see how a user might experience their game for the first time, especially for things like tutorials. I also try to provide some advice as well, but it might not always be the best: what I'm really hoping is that developers can draw their own conclusions on what might need work from how I stumble through their game.


Game Devs Reviewed: @Pachachos @magnustrom @raulmorenotamayo @Artridge @LumpyTouch @dietzribi @coolbrd @Duckonaut @BoMToons @Frogrammer @Rob1221 @ToadieTechnika @MadNukin @3amsoda @ArfGames @nullBinary @Brusi @Lees-pic @Sijbren @TomFulp @YerayBunnyMoon @MrNannings @anactualhuman @YaenGames @RatThing @LeviRamirez @RetroMMO @Frenchie14 @larrynachos


While all of these games were the best of the month...


MY PERSONAL ARBITRARILY-RANKED TOP 10 GAMES OF APRIL


My top 10 was (in sort-of ranked order and based on my own criteria which is some weird sense of 'memorability' for me personally and totally subject to genres I like though I try not to be too bias blah blah blah):












And some honorable mentions to:






Many thanks to all the game devs reviewed: even if you're not listed above, I still had a blast playing all of your games! Hopefully my rambling reviews and clumsy feedback can help you in your future endeavors!


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Posted by FuturecopLGF - April 8th, 2021



Every month I see to review all of the games that were nominated as the Best of that month, which you can view in the link above!


As a game developer myself, I know how difficult it can be when you are starting out and how tricky it can be to tell how your game will be received by users. After all, you know how your game is meant to be played, and you can't just wipe that from your memory when you're building and testing it!


Therefore, I record myself playing all of the games for the first time for 10-15 minutes and try to voice how I'm feeling when I'm playing it, so that developers can see how a user might experience their game for the first time, especially for things like tutorials. I also try to provide some advice as well, but it might not always be the best: what I'm really hoping is that developers can draw their own conclusions on what might need work from how I stumble through their game.


Game Devs Reviewed: @KJScott @GabeMalk @Yword @toaster101 @Butzbo @Kultisti @TensionGames @Thetoulousaing @LumpyTouch @Extar @TealRocks @Fortythreesam @afk-mario @TheCarpetBaker @speed8327 @SominStudios @HapPie @TheOlga @D-SuN @ThePeterson @Elastiskalinjen @supernovaig @GuyUngerNL @Yomuchan @MANUNAM @NoaDev @MrNannings @saantonandre @OneThatEatYou @Figburn @brin-o @PsychoGoldfish @Prox276 @Droqen @AxolStudio @Stepford @starBlinky @VasantJ


While all of these games were the best of the month...


MY PERSONAL ARBITRARILY-RANKED TOP 10 GAMES OF MARCH


My top 10 was (in sort-of ranked order and based on my own criteria which is some weird sense of 'memorability' for me personally and totally subject to genres I like though I try not to be too bias blah blah blah):












With honorable mentions to:





Many thanks to all the game devs reviewed: even if you're not listed above, I still had a blast playing all of your games! Hopefully my rambling reviews and clumsy feedback can help you in your future endeavors!


SIDE NOTE: I feel like this month had the most twists and turns for me in awhile: there were some games that I really bounced off hard initially, like AshBelt due to the control difficulties, Cat Burglar & The Magic Museum due to confusion of how to play, and Vending Machine Action 2.0 due to the weird volume issue, but they all had so much charm to them I had to keep playing and wouldn't you know it: they ended up in my top 10! If anyone else bounced off of these games at first: consider giving 'em another try! (and apologies to any whiplash suffered from devs watching my have a bad time only to rate the game highly)


(also friendship ended with Friday Night Funkin', Neon Rhythm is my best friend now, haha)


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Posted by FuturecopLGF - March 7th, 2021



Every month I see to review all of the games that were nominated as the Best of that month, which you can view in the link above!


As a game developer myself, I know how difficult it can be when you are starting out and how tricky it can be to tell how your game will be received by users. After all, you know how your game is meant to be played, and you can't just wipe that from your memory when you're building and testing it!


Therefore, I record myself playing all of the games for the first time for 10-15 minutes and try to voice how I'm feeling when I'm playing it, so that developers can see how a user might experience their game for the first time, especially for things like tutorials. I also try to provide some advice as well, but it might not always be the best: what I'm really hoping is that developers can draw their own conclusions on what might need work from how I stumble through their game.


Game Devs Reviewed: @Extar @applessmillion @sarnyoger @TomFulp @JasoonMargoon @anactualhuman @Brusi @tRipGlyPh @CheeseBaron @bokononyossarian @KJScott @Frogrammer @Mabelma @SpaceSheepStudio @AxolStudio @patetfisk @scoober-steve @MidNightMaren @JuicyBeast @LynxIeles @Rob1221 @Vonka @Tanooki81 @mmattugh @matt-likes-swords @MonoFlauta @MrNannings @FsebastiamL @jontopielski @plufmot @Kultisti @LeviRamirez @Dungeonation


While all of these games were the best of the month...


MY PERSONAL ARBITRARILY-RANKED TOP 10 GAMES OF FEBRUARY


My top 10 was (in sort-of ranked order and based on my own criteria which is some weird sense of 'memorability' for me personally and totally subject to genres I like though I try not to be too bias blah blah blah):












With honorable mentions to:




Many thanks to all the game devs reviewed: even if you're not listed above, I still had a blast playing all of your games! Hopefully my rambling reviews and clumsy feedback can help you in your future endeavors!


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Posted by FuturecopLGF - February 12th, 2021



Every month I see to review all of the games that were nominated as the Best of that month, which you can view in the link above!


As a game developer myself, I know how difficult it can be when you are starting out and how tricky it can be to tell how your game will be received by users. After all, you know how your game is meant to be played, and you can't just wipe that from your memory when you're building and testing it!


Therefore, I record myself playing all of the games for the first time for 10-15 minutes and try to voice how I'm feeling when I'm playing it, so that developers can see how a user might experience their game for the first time, especially for things like tutorials. I also try to provide some advice as well, but it might not always be the best: what I'm really hoping is that developers can draw their own conclusions on what might need work from how I stumble through their game.


Game Devs Reviewed: @VasantJ @01010111 @KoolLambGames @humofish @MrNannings @FriendlyLlama @MoeAnguish @Aprime @Ysopprod @NE-O-N @Tombdude @BoMToons @Mabelma @Kultisti @Chdonga @moawling @milkbarjack @Harlemblack @Karlestonchew @Rob1221 @Spudzy @HealliesGames @Elastiskalinjen @ZeAntwan @adgard @scottwjsm @larrynachos @Droqen @LeviRamirez @amidos2006 @Benedique @Geote @UnlimitedTrees @OVERBOY @CYBERSP1T @Little-Rena


While all of these games were the best of the month...


MY PERSONAL ARBITRARILY-RANKED TOP 10 GAMES OF JANUARY


My top 10 was (in sort-of ranked order and based on my own criteria which is some weird sense of 'memorability' for me personally and totally subject to genres I like though I try not to be too bias blah blah blah):












With honorable mentions to:






Cheers to all the game devs this month: even if you weren't listed above, I still love playing all of the games made (and hopefully, my bumbling can help make even better ones)! This month was super hard to reduce down to just ten and a bit: my god, so many stellar entries!


Little bit late this month: some sickness seeped into my bunker and tried to take me down. But no amount of sickness can take me away from my game reviewin' duty!


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Posted by FuturecopLGF - January 7th, 2021



Every month I see to review all of the games that were nominated as the Best of that month, which you can view in the link above!


As a game developer myself, I know how difficult it can be when you are starting out and how tricky it can be to tell how your game will be received by users. After all, you know how your game is meant to be played, and you can't just wipe that from your memory when you're building and testing it!


Therefore, I record myself playing all of the games for the first time for 10-15 minutes and try to voice how I'm feeling when I'm playing it, so that developers can see how a user might experience their game for the first time, especially for things like tutorials. I also try to provide some advice as well, but it might not always be the best: what I'm really hoping is that developers can draw their own conclusions on what might need work from how I stumble through their game.


Game Devs Reviewed: @picrossin @TwoPigs @pyrecraft @Kultisti @MagicWing @KJScott @Zoey-21 @Omael @HeadbanGames @VasantJ @HenrySanchezNG @Extar @joqlepecheur @MidNightMaren @studionokoi @Rob1221 @minibunnies @MrNannings @Dungeonation @krajzega @GoodL @milkbarjack @GeoKureli @molkman @FredericSouchu @Wandaboy @Starryman @drakeblue @EricDanneskjold @The-EXP


While all of these games were the best of the month...


MY PERSONAL ARBITRARILY-RANKED TOP 10 GAMES OF DECEMBER


My top 10 was (in sort-of ranked order and based on my own criteria which is some weird sense of 'memorability' for me personally and totally subject to genres I like though I try not to be too bias blah blah blah):












With honorable mentions to:





Cheers to all the game devs this month: even if you weren't listed above, I still love playing all of the games made (and hopefully, my bumbling can help make even better ones)!


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Posted by FuturecopLGF - December 7th, 2020



Every month I see to review all of the games that were nominated as the Best of that month, which you can view in the link above!


As a game developer myself, I know how difficult it can be when you are starting out and how tricky it can be to tell how your game will be received by users. After all, you know how your game is meant to be played, and you can't just wipe that from your memory when you're building and testing it!


Therefore, I record myself playing all of the games for the first time for 10-15 minutes and try to voice how I'm feeling when I'm playing it, so that developers can see how a user might experience their game for the first time, especially for things like tutorials. I also try to provide some advice as well, but it might not always be the best: what I'm really hoping is that developers can draw their own conclusions on what might need work from how I stumble through their game.


Game Devs Reviewed: @HapPie @DimensionLord @xalezar @Stopsignal @JamesChapp @Criobite @Pachachos @ThePeterson @svaerth @waffrus @Junjo @ninjamuffin99 @adgard @trixelbit @ByEthanFox @VasantJ @SubinAnimation @Krystman @Rob1221 @GuyUngerNL @KJScott @MoeAnguish @hairy-viking


While all of these games were the best of the month...


MY PERSONAL ARBITRARILY-RANKED TOP 10 GAMES OF NOVEMBER


My top 10 was (in sort-of ranked order and based on my own criteria which is some weird sense of 'memorability' for me personally and totally subject to genres I like though I try not to be too bias blah blah blah):












With an honorable mention to:



Cheers to all the game devs this month: even if you weren't listed above, I still love playing all of the games made (and hopefully, my bumbling can help make even better ones)!


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Posted by FuturecopLGF - November 6th, 2020



Every month I see to review all of the games that were nominated as the Best of that month, which you can view in the link above!


As a game developer myself, I know how difficult it can be when you are starting out and how tricky it can be to tell how your game will be received by users. After all, you know how your game is meant to be played, and you can't just wipe that from your memory when you're building and testing it!


Therefore, I record myself playing all of the games for the first time for 10-15 minutes and try to voice how I'm feeling when I'm playing it, so that developers can see how a user might experience their game for the first time, especially for things like tutorials. I also try to provide some advice as well, but it might not always be the best: what I'm really hoping is that developers can draw their own conclusions on what might need work from how I stumble through their game.


Game Devs Reviewed: @RainbowCemetery @AndrewPixel @IdanRooze @plufmot @JulienLussiez @Marckel @InitialPosition @Yword @xWILKINx @ejbarreto @GuyUngerNL @mmattugh @bokononyossarian @Trent-Sama @sarnyoger @milkbarjack @keybol @DrGeraud @aeveis @MayChant @NastyOldWizard @LeviRamirez @Retro-Gears @sweatersjpg @HealliesGames @DavidMarchand @Rob1221 @dietzribi @IndieGO-Studios @StuffedWombat @larrynachos @Raeino @smartcode @Butzbo @OwlyCode @TinyHat-Studios


While all of these games were the best of the month...


MY PERSONAL ARBITRARILY-RANKED TOP 10 GAMES OF OCTOBER


My top 10 was (in sort-of ranked order and based on my own criteria which is some weird sense of 'memorability' for me personally and totally subject to genres I like though I try not to be too bias blah blah blah):












With some honorable mentions to:





Cheers to all the game devs this month: even if you weren't listed above, I still love playing all of the games made (and hopefully, my bumbling can help make even better ones)!


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Posted by FuturecopLGF - October 7th, 2020



Every month I see to review all of the games that were nominated as the Best of that month, which you can view in the link above!


As a game developer myself, I know how difficult it can be when you are starting out and how tricky it can be to tell how your game will be received by users. After all, you know how your game is meant to be played, and you can't just wipe that from your memory when you're building and testing it!


Therefore, I record myself playing all of the games for the first time for 10-15 minutes and try to voice how I'm feeling when I'm playing it, so that developers can see how a user might experience their game for the first time, especially for things like tutorials. I also try to provide some advice as well, but it might not always be the best: what I'm really hoping is that developers can draw their own conclusions on what might need work from how I stumble through their game.


Game Devs Reviewed: @Franuka @fullmetalchaz @gamemakertim @FluffyLotus @VasantJ @e1sif @thesteamknight @TheEnkian @anvhadrian @starBlinky @Omael @larrynachos @xinelu @MKMaffo @RunningZombie @Butzbo @Mig-Moog @Pastruvium @orange08 @CarsonKompon @NastyOldWizard @bokononyossarian


While all of these games were the best of the month...


MY PERSONAL ARBITRARILY-RANKED TOP 10 GAMES OF SEPTEMBER


My top 10 was (in no particular order and based on my own criteria which is some weird sense of 'memorability' for me personally and totally subject to genres I like though I try not to be too bias blah blah blah):












With some honorable mentions to:





Cheers to all the game devs this month: even if you weren't listed above, I still love playing all of the games made (and hopefully, my bumbling can help make even better ones)!


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Posted by FuturecopLGF - September 7th, 2020



Every month I see to review all of the games that were nominated as the Best of that month, which you can view in the link above!


As a game developer myself, I know how difficult it can be when you are starting out and how tricky it can be to tell how your game will be received by users. After all, you know how your game is meant to be played, and you can't just wipe that from your memory when you're building and testing it!


Therefore, I record myself playing all of the games for the first time for 10-15 minutes and try to voice how I'm feeling when I'm playing it, so that developers can see how a user might experience their game for the first time, especially for things like tutorials. I also try to provide some advice as well, but it might not always be the best: what I'm really hoping is that developers can draw their own conclusions on what might need work from how I stumble through their game.


Game Devs Reviewed: @orange08 @OneThatEatYou @milkbarjack @morazor @Little-Rena @sixtharchitect @larrynachos @catbrush @CarsonKompon @Prox276 @FlowVix @Primajin @Chdonga @SominStudios @Patacorow @Rob1221 @Noeloskar @Pachachos @GuyUngerNL @OtroWeonMas @Gypopothomas @Fiercetempest92 @kikill @VasantJ @CosmicCrystal


While all of these games were the best of the month...


MY PERSONAL ARBITRARILY-RANKED TOP 10 GAMES OF AUGUST


My top 10 was (in no particular order and based on my own criteria which is some weird sense of 'memorability' for me personally and totally subject to genres I like though I try not to be too bias blah blah blah):












Honorable mentions are mentioned at the end of the video, but remember, all of these games were already nominated as the best of the month for a good reason and I had a great time with each of 'em, so don't worry about my opinion so much, haha! Cheers all!


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