Games I play Category

Aztec Challenge – a self-portrait and a challenging journey

My newest piece is done! Here it is. There’s a lot of travel adventures in this one – of looking at ancient Mexican pyramids and diving into deep and mysterious caves and finding the way out again. It’s also very much a self-portrait and a compilation of the events of 2017 – a difficult and […]

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If you LOVE your keyboard (like I do), this is the game for you

100.000 games fans will get their hands on the newest gem from the Danish game developers Triband this week – if they buy the Humble Monthly. The game is called Keyboard Sports and it’s this month’s Humble Original – available until Friday at midnight. I had A LOT of fun playing this Karate-Kid-meets-keyboard-tribute. The better […]

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Hunting zombies in the second-oldest amusement park in the world

Tivoli in Copenhagen has launched an augmented reality game for their Halloween-themed autumn season. You are attacked by hordes of zombies between the carousels and joyrides of the old amusement park. It’s a lot more fun than Pokémon Go – and playable until November 6th. My review (in Danish) here: Tivolis nye forlystelse kan kun prøves via […]

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This VR game is a cosmic experience

This (below) is what the Land’s End area in San Francisco actually looks like (when you stand on halfway down the stairs, with a iPhone): Yes, I know, it looks like a magical adventure puzzle, like Myst. But Land’s End is also the name of a virtual reality game made by the magnificent studio UsTwo […]

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The new Danish game Inside is a nightmarish masterpiece

I took tons of screenshots while playing the new game Inside by Playdead – the Danish game studio that released Limbo 6 years ago. And there are plenty darker pictures of ominous events that I would like to have posted here and in my review. But they would sort of be spoilers, so I will make […]

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Survival and sightseeing in the Stone Age

I didn’t expect struggling for survival in the Stone Age would be this much fun. BUT IT TOTALLY IS! I’m giving 5 starts to Ubisoft’s Far Cry Primal in my review. You can google translate it here: Smuk og brutal stenalderaction

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The magnificent sunsets of Firewatch

I spent some weeks alone in the wilderness of Wyoming. Or rather… I wasn’t exactly alone. But isolated, definitely. I saw some very memorable sunsets and had some equally memorable walkie talkie moments. I’ve also become very good at using a map and a compass. You can read my review (in Danish) of the magnificent […]

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When a violent car game is more moving than the movie

I found the Mad Max game a whole lot more moving than Mad Max: Fury Road. Frankly because I found Fury Road to be tacky and dreadfully boring, like a movie that really wanted to be a bad-ass death metal band but was ultimately a lot more like the Finnish joke of a band Lordi […]

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The 5 mobile games I enjoyed the most in 2014

My article on the 5 mobile games I enjoyed the most in 2014: Her er årets 5 bedste mobilspil. – including Framed by LoveShack (possibly the coolest game of that year) and Lyne by Thomas Bowker (one of the most elegant and relaxing puzzles I have ever tried). Published on jp.dk in December 2014. Stop […]

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Cloud Chamber is released on Steam today

The online multiplayer mystery Cloud Chamber was released on Steam today. Here is my review of the first online release on the Danish website Ekko: Review of Cloud Chamber (in Danish).Is it possible to tell a story by combining the biggest cosmic mysteries with the mechanisms from facebook? The online mystery Cloud Chamber tries to […]

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