Sunshine Manor Out today on Steam!

Today developer Fossil Games is pleased to announce that Camp Sunshine’s prequel, Sunshine Manor, is out now on Steam for PC, Mac and Linux. To celebrate – a release trailer that alludes to the terrors within the walls of the spooky house..

It’s Halloween 1980, the front doors are open so step inside the old Aitken House and guide Ada on her journey through both the human world and the terrifying demon realm. Find out what events unfurled that led to the Camp Sunshine massacre in 1986.

Game Features



A dark, involved and outright weird story that builds to the events of Camp Sunshine!

Beautiful hand-drawn 8 bit-esque pixel art

Inspired by classic horror movies of the 1980s and beyond.

A game of cat and mouse where the nefarious Shadow Man could be waiting for you around any corner.

An original 1hr 22m soundtrack written exclusively for the game

Cotton Panorama & 100% Cotton being released this week on 29th October

Another classic mega drive game coming back from our friends at Strictly Limited games, Cotton Panorama and 100% cotton. Panorama is a shooting game much like the old Space Harrier game where you fly through levels collecting power ups and killing enemies.

Truthfully I don’t know much about the series having never played the original releases, but I will have reviews coming within the next week or so. Historically their rereleased games are always top notch. And with the witch theme it kind of goes with Halloween. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

Sunshine Manor PC Release Date

Fossil Games, and, indie game publisher, Hound Picked Games are excited to announce that Sunshine Manor, a real retro 80s horror movie inspired diamond, will be released for PC on Steam on October 28th… Just in time for Halloween!

In Sunshine Manor, players adopt the role of Ada McReady who, unfortunately and against her will, gets trapped in Sunshine Manor whilst out trick or treating. It is not a place where most folks would want to be. Its long dark corridors dripping with cobwebs, creaking floorboards and unwelcoming atmosphere hang heavy. Ada has only one recourse, to get the ‘hell’ out of this nightmare as fast as possible!.


As Ada tentatively explores the Manor, you’ll meet ghosts, battle demons (some more friendly than others) and attempt to stop whatever is happening in the old Aitken house. As always with good versus evil, Ada has plenty of her own tricks to even things up with psychic powers that can banish demons for good! Sunshine Manor offers twists, turns, blood, mystery and lots more once the door slams behind you.


Uncover the mystery and history, all whilst trying to avoid being taken by The Shadow Man – who just happens to be watching your EVERY move.

( console versions are in development for PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch but are scheduled for a 2022 release)

Gleylancer – Classic Golden Oldie Shooter Returns – Out today


Indie publisher Ratalaika Games is pleased to say that Gleylancer, the  red hot shooter that was originally  released on Sega Mega Drive, will be available, released today digitally  for XBox, Switch and PS4/5

Gleylancer was originally released on the Sega Mega Drive back in 1992 with a story that played out in a manga art style similar to Phantasy Star 4 and received mixed reviews based on which country you look at. It is worth noting however that Nintendo Life has already given this a 9/10 and the game does come with plenty of noticeable enhancements.

Where Cards Fall Coming PC and Nintendo Switch on November 4th 2021

So many of my readers know how the blog and all started for me, and I have gotten to do some cool things, been invited to some fun places even. Earlier this week though possibly the highlight of it all happened. I’m paraphrasing, but I got an email that basically said Savior,we want you to share this with your readers when we are ready to talk about it. And they are ready.

Where Cards Fall is an Indy game created by developer The Game Band and published by Snowman. You will be able to pick it up on PC via Steam and Epic game store or Nintendo Switch November 4th 2021.

What is it though? Quite simply, it is a puzzle game. You build a house of cards and by doing so you you will bring formative memories to life.


Where Cards Fall features:

Custom tailored controls and character animations for PC and Switch

50 challenging spatial puzzles that exercise your imagination and strategic thinking skills

A unique art style inspired by contemporary artistic movements

Tactile, accessible controls hand-crafted for every device

Immersive audio and an original soundtrack. Headphones recommended!


Where Cards Fall’s coming-of-age story isn’t a straight line, but a cyclical process the characters engage with time and time again. The houses of cards give each scene a distinct identity and sense of place. As you solve puzzles, you’ll gain small glimpses into the characters’ lives, uncovering memories within the houses of cards. While the puzzles gently flow into each other, things don’t always conclude neatly.

And if all this info isn’t enough, enjoy the announcement trailer below. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic remake reveal trailer

One of my biggest regrets is never have gotten the chance to play the first game, which many still say is their favorite. I can’t wait to experience it for myself and see what the hype was for. May the gaming gods bring you glory.

Marvel’s Wolverine reveal trailer

This I have to admit I didn’t see coming. I love Wolverine and Insomniac did amazing with Spiderman but I’m still a bit weary. I’m glad it’s already said to have a M rating and I’m sure the story will be really good. This can be a cool new game in the future. May the gaming gods bring you glory.

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands gameplay trailer

I sort of wish this was actually Borderlands 3 ; the spirit seems more in tune with the series than 3 was. I love the crazy ass nature of the art and character designs. Of course, we also get a whole Tina experience which is freaking awesome. I can’t wait for a games of Bunkers and Badasses. May the gaming gods bring you glory.

God of War: Ragnarok reveal trailer

As a PlayStation gamer and longtime fan of the series, I’m pretty bummed I haven’t sat down and played the last game. This trailer looks really cool and I do want to see Kratos face Thor, who looks pretty badass if you ask me. Very soon I’ll sit down and indulge but for now, this looks pretty badass. May the gaming gods bring you glory.