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PataNoir Review

by Isaac Davis

Noir film (and the games influenced by it) obviously owes much to pulp detective fiction. But one feature that rarely comes through in either is the obsession with flowery introspection. It makes sense, since film and ... Read More



Dojo Storm Review

by Nick (Catfish_Maw) Walker

Comedy is a tricky tight-rope to walk for any game. The biggest pitfall is putting humor on a higher pedestal than gameplay. Sure, a narrative driven game, silly or serious, can stand by the meat of ... Read More



The Deer God Review

by Anthony Ramirez

Crescent Moon and Cinopt Studios recent Android game release, The Deer God is an endearing attempt at instilling a more meaningful notion to our gameplay experience within an inherently simplistic medium. In short, the game offers ... Read More



Angel Sword Review

by Alex Madell

Angel Sword is an Android RPG made in the vein of Skyrim or Fallout that attempts provide a sandbox for your device. Sounds great, but does the game succeed in replicating the feel of those epic ... Read More


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Walking Dead: Road to Survival Review

by Jessica Critcher

While I am a fan of the whole “zombie survival” subgenre of post-apocalyptic fiction, and a casual admirer of The Walking Dead in particular, I am hopelessly behind on the show. Being so far behind, I ... Read More



Black Stone Review

by Matthew Noojin

Black Stone, the debut game from developer Studio JwP, is a valiant first effort. Hardcore fans of RPGs and adventure games will undoubtedly find the game’s presentation tantalizing, from the featherhaired warrior adorning its app icon, ... Read More



Monster Clicker RPG

by Brandon Carbaugh

With their turn-based decision-making and menu-driven gameplay, old school RPGs adapt particularly well to mobile. As a result, the Android platform already has its fair share of gems, and with RPG Maker producer Enterbrain partnering with ... Read More



Doom & Destiny Advanced Review

by Michael Jaoui

Sequels are tricky. You don’t want to do the same thing over again and risk boring your audience, but you don’t want to change too much and lose what made your game/movie/what-have-you special in the first ... Read More



A Dark Dragon Review

by Steve Dourountoudakis

A Dark Dragon is one of the most polarizing games I’ve ever played. It’s one that I’ve played excessive amounts of without knowing whether I like it or not. This predicament frustrates me, as it means ... Read More


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Dexter: Hidden Darkness Review

by Siobhan Harmer

Two long years after the show’s finale, Dexter finally has its very own spin-off mobile game Dexter: Hidden Darkness. Developed by BlooBuzz Studio, this casual Hidden Object game has been welcomed by content-starved fans around the ... Read More



Douchebag The Game Review

by Alex Madell

I’m not entirely sure what vein of culture that Douchebag the Game is trying to appeal to, but I’m pretty confident that it doesn’t exist, or at least in that way the developers seems to think ... Read More

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Xenoshyft Review

by Sharang Biswas

Insects are creepy. Multiple limbs, weirdly segmented body, and grotesque mouthparts, are all well and good for doing their part in their respective biospheres, but add one to a fictional race or character and bam: instant, ... Read More



Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 Review

by Matthew Byrd

I’ve always found a certain comfort in the institution known as the yearly horror franchise. Sure it’s easy to let out a groan as the trailer to the 47th Saw movie is released, but when it’s ... Read More


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DeepSeaGirl [Horror Adventure] Review

by Jessica Critcher

DeepSeaGirl [Horror Adventure] is Tabomsoft’s second horror RPG and though it’s not a sequel to HideAndSeek, this new title does include the same popular theme of spooky things happening to lost little girls. During a trip ... Read More


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Storm Age Review

by Siobhan Harmer

Due to the lack of coverage Storm Age has received since its release early this summer, I expected to grind through a glitchy, IAP-heavy mess that failed to bring any novelty to the already abundant freemium ... Read More



The Mystery of the Mayan Ruins Review

by Isaac Davis

Despite my love of the point-and-click adventure game, its descendant genre, the “escape the room” game, has never really connected with me. There are certainly several design improvements in escape games, like clearly defined objectives and ... Read More



Barcode Knight Review

by Alex Madell

Barcode Knight is a game that doesn’t think to hard about what it is, which is a pretty straightforward RPG/dungeon crawl with a bit of a twist on the formula. The twist isn’t so much having ... Read More



Mazes of Karradash Review

by Tyler Horst

Mazes of Karradash clearly draws inspiration from the early days of the dungeon-crawler genre, hearkening back to the era with a clever loading screen featuring a pixelated image of a floppy disk. In those days, you ... Read More



Fearless Fantasy Review

by Tyler Horst

There’s a security option on most Android phones that allows you to set a swipe pattern you must complete every time you want to unlock your phone. It’s not a fun thing to do. It’s an ... Read More


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Tales of Illyria 3 Destinies Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

You can either look back and sigh with longing for bygone days, or cringe and hope to forget.  Tales of Illyria 3: Destinies is like an old familiar friend you should be ready to welcome back into ... Read More

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