Fallout Shelter (Android & PC)

vault145Score: 8.5
Ages: 12+

There are tons of things I like about Fallout Shelter. I adore the game and I hate the game. That often happens when something is done very well, but still quite not right. For a free2play game I can definitely recommend Fallout Shelter, it’s awesome. Especially after the 1.6 update last summer, which introduced all new mission system, making the game finally whole. Continue reading


Fallout Shelter



Let’s Play – The Nightmare on Vault 666:
Day One
Day Two
Day Three
Day Four
Day Five
Day Six
Day Seven
Day Eight
Rant: 10 Things I Learned About Fallout Shelter
The End of the Second Week
Third Week
Fourth Week
Fifth and Final Week


Score: 7.5

I mostly play games with a strong narrative but now and then I feel like passing the time with a good strategy game, usually involving building and managing something. I really loved the settlement campaigns on Settlers IV Gold so when I noticed Banished, it seemed to be right up my alley: a medieval city builder without any enemy battles. Unless one counts battling against the nature. Continue reading

I Want To See Your Weird Face – Freeware Horror

There are a lot of great or at least good freeware games out there. I try a few now and then. Putting together some of the latest titles I downloaded I noticed they’re mostly themed around horror. Then I found out that three out of the five or so games I was going to try out centered with another common theme: inhuman faces. So here we have Mr. Pig and a big bunch of sexy masks. Continue reading


Score: 8.0

Shelter is a short and cute game about being a mother badger, taking care of her offspring. It’s a rather simple game but full of charm. And it can be surprisingly distressing at points. I played it with my kids and possibly ended up scarring them a bit (that age limit of 10 is not just for show, though all the violence in the game is nothing more than can be seen in nature documentaries). Continue reading