February’s nearly over and done with, which means spring is coming! That’ll be nice, won’t it? Or perhaps it’ll just be the same at this month, only slightly warmer. Regardless of how you feel about the impending change of season, here’s what you might have missed last week here on Games Are Evil.
BOARD STIFF: Tiffany sobers up after last week’s depravity to tell us all about the two-player farming game Agricola: All Creatures Big and Small.
TACTICAL TUESDAY: Alex Connolly gets down and dirty with free-to-play strategy in the form of Ecolibrium on Vita… then feels a strong urge to wash himself for a very long time afterwards.
SWORDS & ZIPPERS: Pete returns to the strange and wonderful land of Ar Tonelico, this time to discuss its unusual setting and narrative.
FREEPLAY: Ed shares three top-notch indie games that you can play right now without spending a penny: Passage, Loved and Spelunky.
INSERT COIN: Lucas explores the concept of the “man cave” and shares how to create your own private arcade that will make you the envy of your friends.
THE VAULT: In this week’s delve into The Vault, Mike G reminisces about one of LucasArts’ most fondly-regarded adventures: the original Monkey Island.
READ.ME: Mike G takes the reins of READ.ME for this week with a special report from Katsucon on the subject of 4 Leaf Studios’ Katawa Shoujo.
Song of the Day
Our daily game music feature aims to highlight the best in video game soundtracks from today and yesteryear. Here’s what you missed between Monday and Sunday last week:
- Town (from Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town)
- Sporepedia (from Spore)
- A Song for Counting Memories (Ar Tonelico)
- Cave (from Spelunky)
- Game Room Theme
We hope you’ve been enjoying the new-style Games Are Evil. Be sure to let us know what you think in the comments.