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The Pit Review

by Jessica Critcher

With mobile games, the saying, “you get what you pay for,” often rings true. Players who demand interesting stories, stunning


Timing Hero Review

by Nick (Catfish_Maw) Walker

I’ve made it clear before that I don’t care much for free-to-play games, and on an unrelated note I’m a


What the Hell Review

by Brian Penny

Having been a hardcore gamer for nearly three decades and reviewed Android games for the last three years, I’m used


9th Dawn II Review

by Al Jackson

With a legendary pedigree from the dawn of PC gaming and enough detail and complexity to keep any mobile RPG


UniWar Review

by Kathryn Haro

Strategy lovers look no further. Why? Because Javaground’s re-release of the epic turn-based strategy game UniWar recently appeared on the


Worms 4 Review

by Kevin Tejada

It’s no secret that the mobile market is a huge money-maker within the gaming industry, so it should come as


BuriedTown Review

by Meg Stivison

When I started playing this game, my main question was whether Locojoy’s BuriedTown, yet another strategy game about surviving the


Pocket Mortys Review

by Matthew Hung

When you think of whether or not a game is good or not, usually this entails analyzing the details of


Captain Cowboy Review

by Nick (Catfish_Maw) Walker

Wadonk’s Captain Cowboy was a test of initial bias for me. I had already decided I liked the game before


Gods of Rome Review

by Kathryn Haro

Mythology buffs unite to take on powerful warriors in Gods of Rome. In this Android action game, the evil Tenebrous has


BattleTime Review

by Kevin Tejada

Normally, when thinking about strategy games, your mind will likely gravitate towards PC games of the ’90s and genres like


Skilltree Saga Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

With its title, Skilltree Saga sets at least standard hopes with respect to the RPG genre. Images of growing from


Fleeing the Complex Review

by Lenny DiBono

When was the last time you really enjoyed failing at something? Fleeing the Complex, PuffballsUnited’s latest installment in the Henry



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