Jenny LeClue – Detectivu: Solving Mysteries, On the Go! (Review, Switch)

I’m just loving these indie games that are coming out and I love that they’re coming out on the Switch even more. Week four of Indie September features Jenny LeClue – Detectivu. This game was put on my radar a few years ago by my dear friend Daniel. Back then it was still in its development stages and had no release date in sight.

Jenny LeClue has been out elsewhere for sometime, but I insisted on waiting for the Switch release of the game before I bought it. I’ve managed to resist the temptation to read the reviews of others… Why? Because the Switch is the best way to game – don’t @ me.

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Snack World: The Dungeon Crawl needs more flavour (Review)

Snack World: The Dungeon Crawl is another RPG developed by Level-5 (developers of the Layton series). Originally released in Japan in April of last year, Snack World is now available for the rest of the world to enjoy. Why “Gold”? Well, because this worldwide release features all the DLCs available from the Japanese version.

You play as a customisable character who has been hit with amnesia in almost all aspects of life except for your name, found unconscious at the psuedo-olden gates of Tutti-Frutti. “They must be an adventurer!” the quirky inhabitants of the castle exclaim. And thus, that is what you will become.

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