Game review: The Talos Principle 2 (PS5)
The Talos Principle 2 offers stunning graphics and challenging puzzles, making it a must-play for fans of adventure-style puzzle games like The Witness.
Game review: Puzzle Bobble Everybubble! (Switch)
The new Puzzle Bobble game, Puzzle Bobble Everybubble!, can now be played exclusively for the Nintendo Switch.
Potential cheating vulnerabilities in Chess.com: Check Point
Check Point Research identified security vulnerabilities in Chess.com, which, left unpatched, can be used to cheat and solve games without playing.
Game review: Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection (PC)
At long last PC gamers get to join Nathan Drake and friends with Naughty Dog’s Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection.
Game review: Return to Monkey Island (PC)
The creator of the classic Monkey Island games, the legendary Ron Gilbert, returns to the franchise with the aptly named Return to Monkey Island.
Game review: Klonoa Phantasy Reverie Series
Klonoa Phantasy Reverie Series: A nostalgic journey with updated graphics, 2D to 3D, and challenging gameplay. (110 characters).
Game preview: The Quarry (PC)
On playing a bit of The Quarry, I began to understand why the game has got its own release rather than just being part of The Dark Pictures Anthology.
Game review: God of War (PC)
Sony's hit game God of War, set in Norse mythology, has made its way to PC, offering stunning visuals and exhilarating combat. Verdict: 10/10.
Game review: The Eyes of Ara (Switch)
The Eyes of Ara is a first-person point and click puzzle game that was initially released in 2016 to Steam and mobile phones. The game was highly received by fans, which made it a really exciting Nintendo Switch port.
Get on the piste with When Ski Lifts Go Wrong
You want to be picking up all three stars for each level, but you can progress to the next as long as you’ve successfully got your skier over the line.
Celtra sets sights on ANZ markets with new spinout
Celtra, the creative management platform, has spun out a new consultancy called Puzzle Creative Technology Solutions, which will focus on the Australian and New Zealand markets.
The sequel to ScribbleNauts ramps up the possibilities, and you'll be playing for hours.
Game review: Tumble
If you like spatial puzzles then Tumble is for you. Ingenous controls, a time vacuum - what more could you ask for.