Category Archives: Mobile

House of Da Vinci Review iOS

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There’s something to be said for games like this. Especially when you have as stunningly good as this. Perhaps for the first time, after making my way through, I can’t remember the exact solution to many of the puzzles. Not only that, I can’t think of one time where I was just completely frustrated and stuck at a puzzle. There’s Continue Reading...

Monument Valley 2, iOS Review

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When I discovered the first, I was stunned, that something could be so simple. Yet, so difficult at the same time. Puzzles solved by a matter of perspective and perspective alone really challenged. Here it continues and does so wonderfully. Gameplay Just like before, these puzzles are solved by a matter of perspective. Some of the times you’re the one Continue Reading...

Atlantic Fleet iOS Review

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Since I stopped playing World of Warships, I have been looking for a naval game to scratch that itch. Particularly World War 2 and the big guns of the battleships. Set in the Atlantic, you have plenty of modes to keep you busy, plenty of ships to use and try out. Above and below sea level you can fight, with Continue Reading...

Agent A iOS Review

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Agent A can best be described as a short spy thriller, something in the style of the original Mission Impossible, James Bond. Even a bit of the Get Smart as well. This works to really set the piece and its theme. Puzzles await, but they’re more than solvable, if you can find the right clue and have the right tool. Continue Reading...

Batman: Arkham Underworld iOS Review

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The greater Arkham universe now comes to the iPad and allows you to take command of your own gang. Filled with crazy knife wielders through the gunmen and even assassins. Plenty of options wait for you here. As well, build your hideout, a small collection of rooms, to a complex structure with a lab, vault and more. Gameplay Like many Continue Reading...

The Room 3 iOS Review

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This series continues and continues to improve in The Room 3. There’s something about this series which just keeps me coming back, the puzzles and the atmosphere are again, spot on. There’s something here that now calls back to the great point-and-click adventure games of yesteryear. I’m already looking forward to the next entry, however long it takes. Gameplay Much Continue Reading...

Star Trek Timelines iOS Review

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The arrival of the cross dimensional, timeframe exploration game. Every era, every show, is represented here. From the first NX-01 under Captain Archer to the NCC 1701D under Picard, there’s almost every major ship. The Defiant and Voyager are also here and more than welcome. Where this goes wrong and quickly does, is being free to play, the sacrifices made Continue Reading...

Republique iOS and PC Review

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Another hidden gem on the tablet market, has come to the PC. This was a game I was at first unsure about, that it could be too voyeuristic. I was mistaken and it is truly a stunning game idea at its core, it’s beautiful and bleak at the same time as well as stunning yet scary. It’s one that should Continue Reading...

AG Drive iOS Review

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If you ever played a Wipeout or F-Zero title and have an iPad, this is the game for you. Stunning soundtrack matched with strong track design and no in-game purchases make this a solid purchase. What makes it great is the ease of the play and different modes, even though it’s racing, it’s not just racing the same tracks and Continue Reading...

Monument Valley iOS Review

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A short, but truly challenging puzzle game that will have your mind bent in four or five dimensions. You will not look at any puzzle the same way again. Full of cranks, water, water wheels and others tricks of perception, it will keep you busy for a while. Gameplay At first I thought that the idea of puzzles built somewhat Continue Reading...

The Room and The Room 2, iOS Review

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Small screen, but not in atmosphere. This is proof that the touch screen can work perfectly with the point and click adventure. You’ll be lost, confused and more than a little scared in the hours you give these titles. They might be short, but deeply memorable. Gameplay Using the basic gestures of Apple’s iPad isn’t normally one feature you think Continue Reading...

Fallout Shelter iOS Review

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I’m sure most gamers will agree that the announcement for Fallout 4 was huge, but the addition of the mobile game, Fallout Shelter got us excited even more. And why not, it’s free and a whole load of fun. Gameplay Fallout Shelter is a time management game where you take on the roll as Overseer of your own vault. Dwellers Continue Reading...