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A Big Byte of Games
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

Silver Star
Castle Vox, published 19 Nov 2010
A lot of games have based themselves on the famous “Risk” boardgame franchise that Parker Brothers started way back in 1957. Because of the tremendous amount of time that it takes even to just set up the board for play, let alone roll dice dozens of times ... Full review...

Silver Star
Snail Racers, published 05 Nov 2010
Snails. Amongst the various qualities that they possess, speed is not one of their strongest points. It was with one eyebrow raised that I downloaded Snail Racers, in which a group of the slimy creatures don their shellsuits and take to the track. It seems... Full review...

Gold Star
Tennis Elbow 2011, published 03 Dec 2010
Over the past months, we’ve reviewed two other indie tennis games here on Bytten. Although both New Star Tennis and Full Ace Tennis Simulator had their strengths, the newest iteration of Mana Games’ hit is the best of the lot. Tennis Elbow 2011 is supremel... Full review...

Bronze Star
The Machine, published 12 Nov 2010
I have a sense of deja vu with this one. The Machine features a big green contraption that makes things. This puts me in mind of a 1980s children's TV series titled "Bertha", which also featured a big green contraption that made things. &quo... Full review...

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