Nostatic Software is one of the PlayStation Mobile developers which seem to have a steady rate of game releases. These games are not incomplete, beta-like games; instead, they are polished, and are good games, too. In addition to those traits, Nostatic retains its trademark pixel art and brand of humor in this particular title as [...]

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One of the things I loved about Nostatic’s Quiet, Please! was the lack of nonsense when starting to play it. No long tutorial, no confusing controls to remember, you could just play it immediately. Their recent release, Ascent of Kings follows that same tradition, although it’s more of a platformer than an adventure game.
Whereas the [...]

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Quiet, Please! from Nostatic Software is an adventure game in the classic sense, not quite point & click, but close. You move a little person around, collecting items, and using those items to solve puzzles in a somewhat contrived manner. It’s something we never saw in the Minis program, so it’s somewhat surprising to see [...]

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