List of All Game Reviews -
ordered by date
Bardadum: The Kingdom Roads
—June 20, 2014— If the bard finds his lyre and the witch finds her brew, the music will really start to hop! And speaking of hopping, that little pink bunny could sure use his carrot. It's just a logical quest down the path to make every creature in the kingdom happy, but you won't believe how often they lose their magical objects. Get ready to find the unique path each one needs to travel in Bardadum: The Kingdom Roads.
—June 19, 2014— Flipline serves up something sweet in their latest challenging addition to their addictive simulation series. Fry up donuts to exacting specifications for a variety of customers, and then decorate them to order! You'll need a steady hand and wings on your feet, because this might be one of the trickier games in the Papa's series!
Man or Monster
—June 18, 2014— Be ye man or be ye beast? Why not be both in this ridiculously action-packed game that lets you play as a succession of massive monsters rampaging across the world, or as the tiny, jet-packing human trying to save us all with a pistol and a few well-placed turrets.
The Song of Flowers
—June 18, 2014— In this sequel to Robamini's The Seeds of Eden, we return to the same peaceful walled garden to find new puzzles to solve. The user-friendly design keeps the experience relaxing and easy, although the last task involves a bit more challenge. Robamini's creativity and visual delights promise plenty to entertain while you're here.
—June 18, 2014— Elemental sandbox games were once a staple of the browser gaming scene. You remember Hell of Sand, right? And Powder Game, Sand Sand Sand, Liquid Webtoy? The genre resurfaced once mobile gaming became a thing, but the quality has always been middling at best. Then along came Doodle God to remind us how fun it is to play with elements. Why not combine the two? HF Games is looking to do just that with its latest Android release that takes the best parts from each game and fuses them together to make ReactionLab!
Games Featured:Weekday Escape N°28 —June 18, 2014— It's a gorgeous day in some tropical paradise somewhere, so why not take a vacation and enjoy the day? Go through FunkyLand's door by collecting seven mangoes then find magic on the beach with Esklavos. When it's time to return to work, though, No1Game's escape men would rather not; you'll need to find and usher those green slackers back to the office.
- • Magic Book Escape
- • Fruit Kitchens No.7: Apple Mango
- • Find the Escape-Men 105: Freshmen
Battle of Heroes
—June 17, 2014— Manage the battle front as you play either as the humans, who are trying to save their princess, or as the demons, who are racing back home with their prize. Gather gold to buy your army and send them down the screen to crush the enemy's camp while enjoying a zany two-sided story.
My Friend Pedro
—June 17, 2014— A floating banana is asking you to kill gangsters. So naturally this side-scrolling, time-slowing, jumping, rolling, dodging shooter has you killing gangsters for your little banana friend. You don't want to be rude to Pedro, do you?
Damn Little Town
—June 16, 2014— Now that you have settlers placed on your map, what are you going to do with them? Why, save them from monsters, of course! Lumarama's new mobile tile-based strategy game takes a popular card-mapping board game style to a new level in Damn Little Town.
—June 16, 2014— You'll be on cloud 9 when you play Dream Hopper, a unique action platformer filled with aggressive jellyfish and bubble battles. Made in the vein of a simulated dream world with a bossy subconscious mind calling the shots, you'll fight monsters and find helpful floaty powerups in your quest to find a way out.
Mobile Monday N°260
—June 16, 2014— A word game that's as intense ad defusing a bomb, a new work of interactive fiction from Emily Short, Broken Age makes its way to iPad, and bigfoot is about to be found!
—June 15, 2014— Caught between two voices that hate each other and might not have your best interests at heart, you play a conscious android girl struggling through an oppressive and disturbing world in this atmospheric platforming adventure.
—June 15, 2014— Looking for a free addictive dungeon-crawler with strategic elements for your iOS? Look no further than Big Blue Bubble's beautifully designed and detailed turn-based RPG as you climb through a never-ending tower in search of loot!
Gunfox Vs. MonsterBoss
—June 14, 2014— Slide, shoot, and upgrade to defeat the minions of MonsterBoss and race to the top to stop his rampage. There is nothing that can stand in your way with a gun in your furry red paws. So jump, shoot, and slide to climb your way to the top to have your face-off.
Storm Ops 4
—June 14, 2014— The enemy is laying siege to our base. Their superior numbers will soon smash through our defenses, and all we can hope to do is to stand our ground, put a bullet in as many as we can, and hope we can last long enough for help to arrive. This is Storm Ops 4, a military first-person defense shooter by 3KG Games. The first couple of levels offer a steep learning curve, but shooter fans in the mood for a more realistic edge will find it worth sticking to.
—June 14, 2014— An engaging mix of Fishy and Katamari Damacy, Dingo Games' Tasty Blue, the latest in their Tasty Planet series, has you chomping your way up the food chain from krill to continents. It's the kind of mindful destruction that's best in short bursts, but definitely something worth sinking your teeth into.
New, free and mobile versions of VVVVVV and Super Gravitron!
—June 13, 2014— News bit number one: VVVVVV is on iOS and Android! News bit number two: Super Gravitron is also on mobile! Special bonus third news bit: Super Gravitron is free! Terry Cavanagh delivers a simultaneous bounty of ultra-challenging platform and arcade gaming entertainment for just about anyone with a touch screen device. All we can do is nod our heads and in great appreciation. Just before downloading both games, of course.
—June 13, 2014— Looking for a stylish arcade challenge? All you have to do to play Krome is to keep lapping the center circle as long as possible without running into the trail of squares you leave behind, but changing colours and explosives makes this harder than it looks. How high is your score?
Rite of Passage: Hide and Seek
—June 13, 2014— You thought your father died when your brother went missing twenty years ago, but the letters your mother hid from you before her death draw you back to a town with a dark secret. A remarkably compelling and beautifully designed hidden-object adventure that will make the time fly like few others.
—June 13, 2014— DonixGames brings you a mesmerizing experience in their free Flash game, Helinon. In this bullet hell shooter, you control a green glowing wheel as it takes down the other geometric shapes coming after it, for whatever reason. With auto-fire, your only job is to avoid, set off the occasional special weapon, and access the upgrade shop to resupply and go. It's an entertaining experience that will pair perfectly with your morning coffee.
Games Featured:The 12 Best Horror Games You Might Not Have Played —June 12, 2014— Like to be scared? This installment of our 12 Best series highlights some of the best horror games around. Everything from terrifying point-and-click adventures about home invasion to rebuilding the world after a zombie apocalypse... and beyond!
- • Do You Have a Grudge?
- • The Visitor Returns
- • Rebuild 2
- • Somnium: Exodus
- • Eyes - The Horror Game
- • FPS-Man
- • My Father's Long, Long Legs
- • Aurora
- • Lab of the Dead
- • Intruder
- • Monster Basement
- • Rune Hunt
Angry Birds Epic
—June 12, 2014— Rovio's Angry Birds go turn-based in this casual strategic RPG as you journey across islands trying to recover your eggs against challenging foes while finding new party members and classes, and crafting equipment. Though free-to-play for Android and iOS, a few frustrating mechanic choices and always-on requirements hamper the experience.
Monkey GO Happy Sci-Fi
—June 12, 2014— The mini monkeys have been monkey napped! It's up to you to solve puzzles and save them in this short but sweet sci-fi point-and-click adventure from Pencil Kids. Deal with crabby aliens, force fields, coded robots, and more.
Lo.Nyan's Room Escape 11
—June 11, 2014— Playing a Lo.Nyan's escape game is as much about being inside these gorgeous rooms as it is collecting clues and solving puzzles in order to leave them. Actually, who'd want to leave when the serene setting beckons you to curl up on the bed and read a book, never glancing again at the outside world. But the puzzles are too irresistible to not solve and, quicker than you'd like, you'll be out the door. Luckily, there's a second ending, so refresh the page and play again!
Super Battle City
—June 11, 2014— In this modern re-imagining of the 1985 classic, upgrade and defend your tank against seemingly impossible odds over dozens of levels filled with power-ups, turrets you can capture, destructible terrain, and much more.