List of All Mobile Game Reviews -
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  • Rescue QuestRescue Quest —September 24, 2015— Help Zap and Boom make a path to free the spritelings to save magic. There's a lot that stands in their way, including boulders, goblins and more but with your match-3 skills they are sure to save the day in this free-to-play game for Android and iOS.
  • Puzzle Craft 2Puzzle Craft 2 —September 22, 2015— What do fishing, farming, and mining have in common? You can do them all in puzzle form in this expansive matching game. Level up cities by building new buildings and hiring specialized workers as you go until you are ruling an entire kingdom.
  • The GuidesThe Guides —September 20, 2015— Unfolding bit by bit with increasingly cryptic stages, this understated, elegant puzzle game for Android and iOS tasks you with cracking open layers of puzzles whose solutions and sometimes even mechanics themselves need careful thought and observation to interpret.
  • CardstoneCardstone —September 17, 2015— Running Pillow delivers their own indie take on the hit card-dueling franchise Hearthstone, free for iOS and Android. Collect cards, build your battle deck and clear the dungeons, earning gold to unlock plenty of awesome new cards!
  • CquenceCquence —September 10, 2015— Also for Android and iOS, this simple puzzle game will have you eased back and relaxing along until you realize your timer is ticking down. Speed is the name of this game. How far you can go depends on how quick you can focus, and how fast you can tap.
  • Match and MergeMatch and Merge —September 9, 2015— Slide colorful jelly candies around the board and combine them to solve boards in this smooth, friendly and high-gloss free puzzle game for Android! Despite the presence of timers and in-app purchases, it's still a charming and engaging game with 150 levels to beat.
  • HivexHivex —September 9, 2015— You've only got a few clicks to light all the hexagons up in this simple but stylish puzzle game by Kings Kollege, also free for Android. Click a tile to turn on all the adjacent ones, but watch out! In later levels, some tiles can only be manipulated a few times, or not at all.
  • Cube Escape: The MillCube Escape: The Mill —September 5, 2015— Things are getting weird. ... well, weird-ER in the popular escape series by Rusty Lake. You find yourself in an old mill full of strange machinery that isn't working, and a lot of secrets too. Though some puzzles aren't as intuitive as you may like, the plot takes unexpected directions, and things are just as creepy and startling as ever.
  • GunspellGunspell —September 4, 2015— When your sister goes missing, you discover she was leading a dangerous life you never knew about, and now you're part of it. Match gems to defeat monsters and unlock powerful armor and spells in this casual Puzzle-Quest-alike. Despite suffering from clunkiness left over from its initial incarnation as a free-to-play mobile game, it's still goofy good fun.
  • Whispering WillowsWhispering Willows —September 3, 2015— Elena's father is missing, and after dreams drive her to an old mansion, she discovers her ancestors left her more than she ever imagined. Use the power of her amulet to converse with spirits and solve puzzles, uncovering the history of the manor, in this gorgeous but short indie game, also for consoles and iOS and Android.
  • Sage SolitaireSage Solitaire —September 2, 2015— In this twist on classic solitaire games for iOS, you must make poker-like hands to attempt to clear the board. Make hands by using cards from at least two rows. Whether it's a full house or a simple pair, earn as many points as you can. Each hand has a point value, and each game has a bonus suit that lets you up your score even further.
  • Time ClickersTime Clickers —August 27, 2015— Proton Studios serves up a simple but addictive mash-up of shooter and incremental idle game, as you take up your pistol and purchase automated, upgradeable weaponry to shoot your way through stationary red cubes in levels packed with achievements, power-ups and more. Also free for iOS and Android, as well as Steam!
  • Spider: Rite of the Shrouded MoonSpider: Rite of the Shrouded Moon —August 19, 2015— Collect and eat bugs as a spider in this atmospheric exploration game, for your PC or your iOS. Creep into every nook and cranny to find clues to solve the mysteries of the abandoned estate while building webs to snag yourself some dinner. Whether you're in it for the exploration, or are driven to get a high score, you'll be sure to be entertained.
  • Mazes of Karradash —August 17, 2015— Fond of dungeon crawls? How about classic RPG themes with plenty of races and classes? Feeling a nostalgia for the days where you had to switch out floppy disks to continue on to the next chapter of a game? Then 68k Studios's is here for you with Mazes of Karradash for iOS and Android!
  • Game of LootGame of Loot —August 9, 2015— Discover the next free clicky-clicky game you'll want for Android and iOS — a tile-based collapse game with a classic dungeon crawl theme and plenty of crafting thrown for good measure by Super Ultra Hyper!
  • Domino DropDomino Drop —August 7, 2015— Play dominoes in a whole new way in Domino Drop. In this puzzle game, decide where to drop dominoes at the top of the screen. When two or more of the same number touch, they disappear, clearing space for you to continue. How high can you get your score?
  • Vineyard EscapeVineyard Escape —August 4, 2015— It's a beautiful day outside, but you're stuck in a work room, and even once you manage to unlock the door, that isn't the end of things in this gorgeous escape game from Pine Studio that's also free for Android and iOS!
  • HackedHacked —August 3, 2015— Master the art of coding with your trusty Hackpad in this ambitious puzzle game, free for Android! Design an AI robot, write games and share them with others, and even save the world in story mode.
  • Cube Escape: Case 23Cube Escape: Case 23 —July 31, 2015— Called in to investigate a murder of a very familiar looking young woman, a hunt for evidence in a strange house leads you on an unexpected and surreal adventure in this next big installment of Rusty Lake's wildly popular point-and-click series, also free for Android and iOS!
  • Duke DashingtonDuke Dashington —July 29, 2015— Duke Dashington is a gentlemanly explorer in need of some treasure in this fast-paced game of reflexes, also available on iOS and Android. Dash your way through each collapsing temple to collect the treasure, but be warned: when you launch Duke in any direction, he won't stop until he hits something. Spikes, lava, water flows and more bar your way towards treasure and glory. Get dashing!
  • SplendorSplendor —July 24, 2015— There's no fast way to build a gem empire from the ground up, but everyone's gotta start somewhere, fishing for shiny rocks in the mines. In Splendor, the mobile port of the board game of the same name, you've got to take that handful of gems to buy cards from the tableau, which let you buy bigger and more expensive cards, building up your roster of workers and nobles until you're practically swimming in diamonds and rubies. Aside from all the sharp edges, doesn't that sound like fun?
  • Doodle God BlitzDoodle God Blitz —July 24, 2015— JoyBits' newest incarnation of their mobile spin on the Doodle God element-creating puzzle game series comes to your browser, with flashier visuals and quests, though some frustrating ads and a slew of (optional) in-game purchases may not win everyone over.
  • Brain DotsBrain Dots —July 21, 2015— If you're looking for a game that's sure to give you a challenge, yet is simple to learn, look no further. You must draw lines in such a way to get the two colored dots to touch. Puzzle your way through hundreds of levels one line at a time.
  • IndefiniteIndefinite —July 19, 2015— You're guilty. They know you are, and nothing you can say will change their mind. The only question is how long you can hold out without contradicting yourself or dawdling in this fast-paced game of interrogation after a catastrophic event. The only question is... what are you guilty of?
  • NambersNambers —July 13, 2015— To win this sleek little puzzle game, just match the grid up top to the one on the bottom by linking and adjusting the values of different cells. It sounds easy, but with limited moves, it's trickier than you think. Also free for Android!
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