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Jack Boreham

My name is Jack. I've been a videogamer all my life, since getting my very first starter Pokemon on the GameBoy. When I'm not becoming a Pokemon master, I'm focusing on my postgraduate degree and focusing on my writing passion.

Review: Bridge Constructor: The Walking Dead

Bridge Constructor: The Walking Dead is a good game. Some might expect that this game is lacklustre attempt to expand the already saturated Walking...

Review: Doodle God Evolution

Doodle God Evolution is not a particularly good game. From starting the game to completing its various puzzles. It is a relatively uninspiring puzzle...

Review: Overcooked All You Can Eat

The top of the food chain Overcooked All you can eat should have a warning sign attached. Be warned; This game could ruin multiple...

Review: The Suicide of Rachel Foster

In The Suicide of Rachel Foster, a spooky mystery-thriller game set in the early 1990s. The player takes control of a character named Nicole....

Review: Rusty Spout Rescue Adventure

When I first started Rusty Spout Rescue Adventure, I expected a laid back classic bubble shooter that is so common within the mobile and...

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