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Skulls of the Shogun

by Will McCool

Tales of betrayal are incredibly common in every medium. whether noble struggles for justice or gritty vigilante revenge, humanity has


American Civil War Review

by John Markley

American Civil War is a historical military strategy game about the eponymous conflict from DK Simulations, putting you in command


Stratega Review

by Tom Hoefner

Beware Entertainment is the name of the developer behind Stratega, a new RTS game available on the Kindle Fire and


Boom Beach Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

Put Army Men, James Bond, and tabletop strategy into a juicer and Boom Beach is the result. It has the


Solarmax 2

by John Markley

Solarmax 2 is a real-time interstellar warfare strategy game from Nico Tuason. It offers a simple and very streamlined, but


RTS Rex Tribal Society Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

Developed by Visiorama, Rex Tribal Society mimics a creationist view of ancient history. In the game, men use dinosaurs like


Notorious Inc. Review

by Matthew Byrd

If there’s one thing I’ve always found it hard to fault a game for, it’s good intentions. A game can


Dragons: Rise of Berk Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

When a successful children’s movie like How to Train Your Dragon gets a sequel, gamers should expect a licensed game companion.


Star Traders 4X Empires Review

by Matthew Byrd

The Trese brothers are unlike any other Android developer. Relentlessly dedicated to providing the type of hardcore gaming experiences that


Worms 3 Review

by Will McCool

The title Worms 3 might lead you to assume there were two entries in this franchise before now. You’d be


Hitman GO Review

by Matthew Byrd

  I’ve never looked down on people for being cynical regarding mobile gaming. Actually, I’ve always kind of encouraged it.



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