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Mobile Monday

JohnBTouch of puzzle anticipation, anyone? We've got a major game update, a game that's gone free, and a puzzle game in the works that might just make you hate going to the airport just a little bit less!

castlemine-p.gifCastleMine is yours, too - CastleMine has spread its little tower defense wings and flown to new platforms! The browser/iOS game is now available for Android as well as Windows Phone, all with brand new levels and effects. Even better is the game is now free. Free as in just download and play it, no in-app purchases or other hassles. We loved CastleMine in our review, and now we love it quite a bit more!

crazybelts-p.gifCrazy Belts really is crazy - Just entering alpha mode, Crazy Belts from jemchicomac is an arcade game that's all about airport luggage. Well, sort of. It's just that... the game is fun, whereas airport luggage isn't. Anyway, your job is to sort luggage into the correct chutes by directing conveyor belts with the tap of a finger. It has a vaguely Bag It! sort of feeling, especially the artwork, and we can't wait to see where the game goes from here!

tinytycoons-p.gifTiny Tycoons gets bigger - Ever wanted to buy businesses in your own town and flip them for profit? That's what the real world mobile sim game Tiny Tycoons is all about! The game recently received a major update with brand new features, content, and property categories, translating into a whole lot more of everything for the players. Game design legend Will Wright even had some praise to share with the game, calling it one of the most innovative titles to fuse together the real world and a virtual one. Go read some more about the update and ongoing festivities, then grab the game on iOS to see for yourself what all the fuss is about.

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The Basement Escape> chrpa Huzzah! Tesshi-e is back with another excellent game! First, don't panic after you notice the intro screen you've seen before. Yes, it's from The Escape Hotel 3: Remake released last summer. Tesshi-e just revisited his favourite hotel, lost his way...  ...
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Weekday Escape N°151> chrpa Hi! The new Weekday Escape is here bringing three fantastic games! Lutaru gives us a box for playing, with a small button here and a tiny hole there and waits until we figure out what to do with it. After...  ...
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