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  • The Weekender: Fully Armed and Operational Edition

    Fri 10:19am
    Your regular weekly update is back, and we’ve got plenty to catch up on – it’s been a pretty good couple of weeks all things considered, with some interesting new releases and game updates, as well as a healthy amount of sale action to see you into the…
  • The Best iOS & Android Board Games

    Thu 5:08am
    Board games on iOS (whether it be iPad or iPhone) and Android have been getting better and better as the years go by - from made-for-digital games like AntiHero, to digital ports of popular table-top games like Pandemic and Ticket to Ride. We're now enjoying a…
  • Review: The Escapists 2: Pocket Breakout

    Wed 8:00am
    There is something incredibly synergetic about prison and videogames. While in real life incarceration is a punishment most wish to avoid, its inherent nature and location in places meant to be inescapable goes in direct contrast to players’ instincts to…
  • Review: Evolution: The Video Game

    Tue 5:52am
    Charles Darwin claimed, “It is not the strongest of the species that survives, not the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.” Now you have the opportunity to put this theory to test in this adaptation of the…
  • Rebel Inc. is now available on Android

    Tue 5:09am
    I think it’s fair to say we really enjoyed Rebel Inc. when it launched in December last year. While it didn’t quite win over the readers in our GOTY awards, it still got a lot of votes and over all was a fantastic new game from the creators of Plague Inc.…
  • Review: Invaders from Dimension X!

    Feb 11, 2019, 8:12 am
    What if a wargame transformed completely but kept the same outer shell? If it were still about squad management, line-of-sight fire, and hand-crafted scenarios but with an added dash of chaos? Hemmann Luttmann’s Invaders from Dimension X is this very game.…
  • The Best Upcoming iOS & Android Games 2019

    Feb 7, 2019, 6:33 am
    The mobile gamer can look back at 2018 with an affectionate and misty eye, secure in the knowledge that gaming on mobile devices gets more diverse, sophisticated and polished with each year. In this respect, 2019 also is shaping up to be a banner year on this…
  • Review: Silent Abyss: Fate of Heroes

    Feb 6, 2019, 11:50 am
    Mobile card games are a dime a dozen. When the genre is plagued with so many different versions of what equates to the same game, it becomes difficult to tell why you'd want to pick up one of the newcomers that seem to spring up every day on the App Store and…
  • Lunar New Year 2019 Mobile Sales

    Feb 5, 2019, 6:20 am
    Plenty of cultures are celebrating the Lunar New Year at the moment, and since we’re having a break between content drops why not mark the occasion ourselves with some excellent mobile sales! Happy New Year! (Again!)…
  • Review: Legends of Andor

    Feb 4, 2019, 7:21 am
    The board game version of Legends of Andor has been around for a number of years. It was designed by Michael Menzel, who is better known for his wonderful and prolific work as a board game illustrator, rather than as a game designer. Andor is a cooperative…