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Just a blog to post my reviews, and random blogs

  1. Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number (PC) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show

    Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number (PC) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show:


    It's FUCKIN FRIIIIDAY. That means it's time for a review of Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number, developed by Dennaton Games, published by Devolver Digital. Hope you enjoy this review. Thanks for watching!
  2. Heavy Metal Gamer Plays: Hyper Bounce Blast - Episode 1

    Heavy Metal Gamer Plays: Hyper Bounce Blast - Episode 1:


    A long while ago, I reviewed Hyper Bounce Blast, a game developed by Flump Studios, and I figure today, I would do a easy video, and start a let's play series of it. Hope you enjoy. Thanks for watching.
  3. Muddy Heights Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show

    Muddy Heights Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show:


    Today's review is a shitty one. So shitty, you will shit off the balcony and cause havoc. That is what you do in Muddy Heights. A game by Zathalos, that can be found at Gamejolt. I hope you enjoy this review. Thanks for watching.

    Muddy Heights Game:
    https://gamejolt.com/games/muddy-heights/39301
  4. Gunman Clive (PC) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show

    by , 10th-February-2020 at 17:41 (Heavy Metal Gamer's Blog)
    Gunman Clive (PC) Review - Heavy Metal Gamer Show:


    Another busy week ahead of content, so here is my review of Gunman Clive, a side scrolling platformer/shooter on PC, mobile devices, and the Nintendo 3DS. The game was developed by Horberg Productions. Hope you enjoy!
  5. Heavy Metal Gamer Plays: Stickman Catapult 3D - Episode 2

    by , 18th-November-2019 at 18:38 (Heavy Metal Gamer's Blog)
    Heavy Metal Gamer Plays: Stickman Catapult 3D - Episode 2:


    Been a long while since I played this game, and wanted to see if I can beat my score of 4,723 ft in 6 tries. Hope you enjoy this fun indie game that is free on Gamejolt. Thanks for watching.
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