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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

Bronze Star
Anirah: Riddle of the Pharaohs, published 11 Sep 2009
Sometimes a game feels like it has a deeper plot behind it than it seems. I did a little online research for the name "Anirah", wondering if there was some ancient Egyptian myth that the game was based upon, and it seems not. If there is some rid... Full review...

Bronze Star
Mad Skills Motocross, published 02 Oct 2009
This is yet another side scrolling motocross game in an increasingly large pool of similar titles that we have become familiar with in the last couple of years. The Nintendo Entertainment System console started it all with it's featured “Excitebike” b... Full review...

Bronze Star
RVL Hacker, published 13 Nov 2009
Bet you thought that you'd never get homework as a Bytten reader, right? Well actually, this week there is a little bit of required reading before I get into this week's review. Unfortunately, I can't create HTML links in the review text so ... Full review...

Bronze Star
Popnus Puzzle, published 30 Oct 2009
A couple of years ago, a friend put me on to a game called Puzzle Quest. It was the first puzzle game that I’d ever played where the match-3 style of marble popper concept was actually put to use in a deeper meta-game, in this case a classic fantasy RPG. B... Full review...

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