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Welcome to Bytten Reviews. In 2003 we decided to review indie PC games and we published a new game review each week, give or take, until 2013.

We've stopped reviewing games but will keep our old reviews on the site for the time being. We would like to thank every developer who submitted a game or news item, every advertiser, and every visitor who still reads our reviews.

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Classic Reviews

Bronze Star
QuickMe, published 22 Jul 2011
How to describe this one? I'll start with the description from their Facebook page. "QuickMe is the perfect conversation starter right in your pocket. The app allows you to quickly get to know someone as well as generating discussion and deeper c... Full review...

Bronze Star
Herofy, published 01 Jul 2011
I know that I'm repeating myself here, but I need to make it clear that I'm a big fan of Puzzle Quest. The first game that I ever played that hooked me into playing a match-3 game for hours (should I admit to days?) on end. Sure the match-3 mech... Full review...

Bronze Star
Icarus, published 08 Aug 2011
Born as the illegitimate son of a duke, Icarus had a hard life. Wandering the streets, begging for a few meagre coins, his life changed one day. Whilst chasing a dog through the forest, he was set upon by a group of bandits, who were then quickly dispatche... Full review...

Bronze Star
Sneaky Snakes, published 16 Sep 2011
A little boy is out in the middle of nowhere. It's dark, and the land around him is filled with deadly snakes. His only defence is his handheld torch - these snakes are frightened of the light. But how long can he last, with the snakes closing in on a... Full review...

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