APICO is a sim game revolving around beekeeping by breeding, collecting, and conserving bees. Like many titles from this genre, you start fresh in a small town after leaving your city job. After creating your character, you’re in Port APICO, where your grandma is waiting for you to follow their steps in beekeeping.
The game was released in May 2022, and I believe it’s a beautiful experience to immerse yourself in if you’re into cozy gameplay.
Let’s look at a brief gameplay breakdown, potential drawbacks, and other cool features in APICO:
As always, the holiday seasons come with self-care gifts to finish off an awful year. This time I decided to reward myself with a video game I had decided to hold off from buying until I was confident that I could get a space in my schedule to try it.
So why not write my Forager review while I still got some free time?
The Binding of Isaac has been a constant presence in my life since I was 15 years old. So this year, with the release of a third DLC coinciding with the 10th anniversary of the original title, I think it’s appropriate to talk about it.
With gruesome and morbid art style, unforgiving mechanics, and endless hours of fun, it has brought back the Rogue-like genre into the spotlight for critics and fans alike.
Thanks to a lovely Christmas gift from my boyfriend I am currently the proud owner of a Nintendo Switch Lite. I want to highlight one of the major appeals it had for me since its launch: the variety of indie games available through the Nintendo eShop.
That’s where I would like to start getting my games for reviews.