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review · 4 years ago

Cut the Rope: Holiday Gift - A Surprise Stocking Stuffer

Just in time for the holidays, developers ZeptoLab’s has finally released Cut the Rope: Holiday Gift on Google Play.

review · 4 years ago

Sonic The Hedgehog 2 - Bugs in Blue

In 2011, Christian Taxman Whitehead worked with SEGA on a bold new venture: To bring Sonic The Hedgehog CD to mobile devices, PC, and home console platforms through the use of his new Retro Engine.

review · 4 years ago

Angry Birds Go! - Like Mario Kart But Not

I’m sure that when Rovio announced a few months ago about their upcoming downhill kart racer, Angry Birds Go!, there was a bunch of eyebrows raised and for good reason.

review · 4 years ago

BADLAND - The Relentless Rebound

When a small black ball with eyes is suddenly and violently birthed into a barren desolate landscape, you can imagine its surprise.

review · 4 years ago

Sonic Dash - Running to a Place You’ve Already Been

Sonic finally got an opportunity to really put his feet to the concrete with Sonic Dash for mobile.

review · 4 years ago

Clash of Puppets - Sorry, Charlie

Have you ever just really wanted to like a game, but for one reason or another, simply couldn’t?

review · 4 years ago

Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf - Epic Combat in Denver’s New Book-Game

Joe Denver rose to prominence during the 1980s as his fantasy novel writing career took off.

review · 4 years ago

Fight Fight Zombanite! - Full Zombie Apocalypse Package

The zombie sub-genre of all forms of media, especially in video games, is here to stay and I am fine with that.

review · 4 years ago

Farming Simulator 14 - All Work and No Play

Games are a great source of entertainment, giving us the opportunity to slip into a magical world where we can swordfight, eat fireballs, or even sprout fairy wings.

review · 4 years ago

Injustice: Gods Among Us - A Grave Injustice?

The first thing you need to know about Injustice: Gods Among Us for Android is that it is not the same game as Injustice: Gods Among Us on consoles and PC. The second thing you should know is that despite being billed as a collectible card game, it still features combat which hews towards its fighting game origins.

review · 4 years ago

Ridiculous Fishing - Reel-diculous

“Ridiculous Fishing” is a name well-earned by this initially unsuspecting game.

review · 4 years ago

Avengers Alliance - The “Ehh” Team

Psst. Hey, kid. Wanna be a superhero? Marvel: Avengers Alliance has long been a popular game choice for aspiring defenders of justice who maybe aren’t so keen about moving from their armchair and facing off against evil on cold, rainy days.

review · 4 years ago

Isle of Bxnes - Life on the High Seas

Sometime back in the Stone Age, your tribe was attacked in the night. A small band of survivors managed to make it to a raft and escape the slaughter.

review · 4 years ago

GT Racing 2: The Real Car Exp - A Quality IAP-Fueled Racer

When I heard that Gameloft was making a new racer, I wondered what they’d get up to after the incredibly fun Asphalt 8.

review · 4 years ago

Neon Shadow - A Case of the Almosts

It’s not that I don’t get what Crescent Moon Games, the people behind Neon Shadow, are trying to do. I do, and I appreciate it.

review · 4 years ago

RE-VOLT 2 : Best RC 3D Racing - Not Quite the Best, Nor Particularly Re-Volting

To the unknowing, RE-VOLT 2 : Best RC 3D Racing sounds like it could hold quite a bit of promise with the offer of putting the thrill of racing radio-controlled cars in the palm of your hand.

review · 4 years ago

Tank Battles - It Doesn’t Tank, But It Comes Close

It’s odd to grow nostalgic for an Atari 2600 game while playing a modern mobile title, but that’s where Gameloft’s Tank Battles leaves us.

review · 4 years ago

Thor: TDW The Official Game - Raise An Army

When the hammer’s a-rockin’, don’t come a-knockin’. With his shimmering blonde hair, sculpted arm muscles, fine-crafted armor and chiseled jaw, it’s not hard to see why one particularly iconic Norse version of Fabio makes the ladies’ hearts twitter.

review · 4 years ago

Run Sheldon - Treadmill Run and Bunny Antics

Ancient Greek storyteller Aesop would have never imagined that his famous tale The Tortoise and the Hare would find life again in the form on an endless running Android game called Run Sheldon.

review · 4 years ago

Rayman Fiesta Run - A Sound Sequel

The Rayman series of side-scrolling platform games has been around since 1995, but Rayman Fiesta Run is only the second one made for touchscreen devices.

review · 4 years ago

The Adventures of Mosaika - A Quieter, Gentler Adventure

Some video games are high-energy experience that are meant to keep you running and gunning for hours without so much as an opportunity to take a breather.

review · 4 years ago

Pocket Harvest - Rehashed and Refarmed

We all enjoy strolling through a farmers’ market/supermarket shopping for our favorite vegetables and groceries, but have probably never spared a thought for the farmers who have worked hard to provide us with those gorgeous and healthy fruits and veggies.

review · 4 years ago

Romans from Mars - Defend Earth from the Attacking Martians

Romans from Mars is a free-to-play game claiming to offer premium level fun, for low up-front costs.

review · 4 years ago

Skylanders Battlegrounds - Fun for Non-Fans, Too

Wash Buckler. Blast Zone. Grilla Drilla. If these words sound like drinks you might buy at a gas station, you’re probably not familiar with the Skylanders franchise.

review · 4 years ago

Wraithborne - Infant, Reborn

One of my favorite comedians once quipped, “If I had a hammer, there would be no more folk singers.” While I’m pretty sure Billy Connolly isn’t a Wraithborne stand up comic, perhaps he was on to something…

review · 4 years ago

Star Command - Begin Evasive Maneuvers

Star Command’s pre-launch history is far from sterling. Funded in part through a successful Kickstarter campaign, the game missed several projected releases before hitting the iOS App Store in May of this year…

review · 4 years ago

Drift Mania: Street Outlaws - Cornered

While drifting is often a prominent feature in many a racing title, it is rarely the main focus; that’s where Drift Mania: Street Outlaws sets itself apart from other racing games.

review · 4 years ago

Dead Trigger 2 - A Masterclass in Touchscreen Shooters

For all our fear and dread of the undead, we really seem to have taken to zombies in horror entertainment — in just the past couple of months…

review · 4 years ago

Call of Duty: Strike Team - Call of Duty on the Go

When I first heard that Activision was making a Call of Duty game specifically for mobile devices I, understandable, was a little wary.

review · 4 years ago

Oh My Heroes! - These Heroes Have a Lot of Training Ahead of Them

Important note: When you read off the name of this game, you’re not supposed to say it with the wistful kind of sigh that you typically hear from maidens swooning over knights and lords.

review · 4 years ago

Dead Effect - Done to Death

Why are developers flogging a dead horse long after its corpse has withered away? Zombies tend to make for the least imaginative premise for games out there, and gaming platforms are saturated with the stuff.

review · 4 years ago

Real Steel World Robot Boxing - Rock ’em Sock ’em

As a kid I’m sure you played or at least were envious of someone who had the Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots.

review · 4 years ago

Clash of Clans - Looting and Plundering Realms and Your Pocket

Clash of Clans (CoC) may go down in history as a game with brilliant online RTS elements, but it will also be equally remembered as one that subconsciously sneaked into your psyche and entrapped you in its IAP bait.

review · 4 years ago

ARC Squadron: Redux - Dodge Asteroids, Missiles and Explosions to Save Your Spaceship

ARC Squadron: Redux, is a fun, fast-paced aerial combat title, set in outer space. A humble spaceship janitor (yes!), you’re given the unenviable task of being the last line of defence against swarms of bad guys that are attacking your spaceship.

review · 4 years ago

Rabbids Big Bang - Like Angry Birds Meets Super Mario Galaxy… But Not

You never know what those rascally Rabbids will be up to next. This time out, they’re trying their hand at the Angry Birds formula, but with a twist! And a rocket pack.

review · 4 years ago

Deprofundis: Requiem - Loot Lover’s Dungeon Crawl

DeProfundis Requiem is the bastard step child of the union between Torchlight and Diablo – two of the most popular action/RPG games in recent history.

review · 4 years ago

Plants vs Zombies 2 - Twice as Addictive

It’s been a painful wait for Android fans of one of the most popular tower defense games.

review · 4 years ago

Westbound - Go West, At Least For a Little While

The United States of America is a land of diverse climes.

review · 4 years ago

Transport Tycoon - Get Stuff Moving

The never ending pursuit of acquiring “stuff” is what drives our insane world’s economy and ensures that we all adhere to the 40 hour work-week.

review · 4 years ago

Where’s My Water? 2 - Soak Up the Good Times

The original Where’s My Water? from Disney was a terrific puzzle game which employed water physics as its driving force of gameplay.

review · 4 years ago

Shadowrun Returns - What a $10 Mobile Game Should Be

In 1989, game designer and author Jordan Weisman let his imagination run wild and created the ultimate fantasy universe for the geeks of his time: Shadowrun brought together magical creatures, cyberpunks, urban mercenaries and evil corporations in a futuristic dystopian world.

review · 4 years ago

TMNT: Rooftop Run - Turtle Power That Turns Turtle

Superheroes: everybody loves them not just because they can do unbelievable things and save the day, but because they can do it with such élan and poise, that you want to be like them, look like them, talk like them, and even dress like them.

review · 4 years ago

Sir! I’d Like To Report a Bug! - A Retro World Gone Mad

Blessed are the game testers. They suffer the most repetitive job on earth so that we won’t run into bugs that permanently turn our Level 90 dragonborn hero inside-out.

review · 4 years ago

Pinball Rocks HD - Rock and Roll at Its Most Literal

Pinball is a dying art– or at the very least, it certainly feels like one.

review · 4 years ago

Deer Hunter 2014 - A Swipe Away

I have never hunted in my life, unless you consider fishing to be part of the whole hunting genre…

review · 4 years ago

Motoheroz - Not Tilting in Its Favour

MotoHeroz was originally a game released as part of the WiiWare service on the Nintendo Wii, the console that started the idea of motion controlled games.

review · 4 years ago

Kingdom Rush Frontiers - Tower Defense at Its Finest

When it comes to the tower defense genre I think it is an almost established fact that the original Kingdom Rush from Ironhide Studios is the creme of the crop.

review · 4 years ago

FINAL FANTASY V - Revisiting and Old Friend

Square-Enix’s Final Fantasy V has long felt like an afterthought to North American role-playing fans. That’s not a reflection of its quality: It just speaks of how long it took for the title to finally find an identity outside of Japan.

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