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  • Review: Alphabear 2

    Wed 12:12pm
    With each turn, little tiles bearing individual letters count down to zero before ultimately being frozen in stone, but by chaining them together into words, these tiles transform into bears and grow into larger bears. This is Alphabear, and it’s a classic…
  • Review: Front Armies

    Tue 10:56am
    Considering the massive popularity of real-time strategy on PCs, where StarCraft was the first game to gain such a following as to become a legitimate profession, it's a bit surprising that there are so few successful mobile RTS in the same vein. That…
  • Review: Chaos Reborn: Adventures

    Mon 5:33am
    I am really showing my age when I say that I can fondly recall gathering around my Sinclair Spectrum with a couple of friends for a game of the original Chaos. Looking back, it seems amazing that a few blocky pixels and the odd beep could produce so many…
  • The Weekender: Adventures Edition

    Fri 8:08am
    Welcome to the Weekender, your weekly look at the best new games, sales, and updates. Byte for byte this is one of the better editions of the year owing to two standout games, one a tactical combat game and the other an old-school-style RPG. We've also got a…
  • The Best RTS Games on Android, iPad & iPhone

    Sep 13, 2018, 7:22 am
    When it comes to real-time strategy, the mobile marketplace has big shoes to fill. From Age of Empires to Command and Conquer and Starcraft, the frantic blend of actions-per-minute with grand strategy, the macro- and micro-management required to play this…
  • Winter is coming in Iron Marines’ September Update

    Sep 12, 2018, 7:39 am
    We’re fans of Ironhide Studios’ Iron Marines. Released a year ago tomorrow, it was an interesting RTS/Tower Defence hybrid that had some excellent visual design.…
  • The Best Games Like Diablo for Android & iOS

    Sep 11, 2018, 8:10 am
    Diablo. It’s one of the most popular, successful, and beloved gaming franchises in the world. The very first entry came out in 1996 and it and its two successors defined the huge hack-and-slash action-RPG genre that exists today. The franchise is known for…
  • Review: The Draugr

    Sep 10, 2018, 7:44 am
    As far as solitaire board games go, The Draugr stands out as an example of how the iOS can give a game that could easily vanish in the tide of competition some much needed exposure. In some more nuanced ways, it can also be an example of how removing some of…
  • The Weekender: Vanishing Act Edition

    Sep 7, 2018, 9:08 am
    Welcome to the Weekender, your weekly look at the best new games, sales, and updates. It's a slow week, thanks in part to The Elder Scrolls: Blades slinking away to December.…
  • Review: Evergarden

    Sep 6, 2018, 8:30 am
    A gardener’s life is a busy one. There is always weeding, pruning, and dead-heading to be done; not to mention the constant battle against slugs, snails and battalions of other pesky creepy-crawlies. Evergarden is a puzzle game that lets you create glorious…
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