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MechCom 2 Review

by Kevin Tejada

There are few things more satisfying than completely overwhelming your enemy and reducing them to ash. Seeing their smoking smithereens

Smashy City Review

by Joel Schanke

Sometimes simplicity is bliss. Smashy City, developed by Ace Viral, is a prime example of how a straightforward idea—like one

Oz+ Review

by Nick (Catfish_Maw) Walker

There’s a part of me that un-ironically likes dating sims, and that may be the most embarrassing thing I can

Timenauts Review

by Dan Soliman

Quick question: When’s the last time a Tower Defense game pit you against a robotic freezer, a giant teddy bear

Clash Royale Review

by Matthew Hung

  If the explosive popularity of Hearthstone has taught developers anything, it’s that cards are hot right now. The thrill

Star Trek Timelines Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

As Quark the Ferengi of Deep Space Nine once said, “Greed is eternal.” Star Trek Timelines is a lovingly crafted

Rogue Agent Review

by Jake Hills

With the recent acclaimed success of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, gamers have made it clear that stealth

Space Grunts Review

by Nick (Catfish_Maw) Walker

From a purely visual standpoint, OrangePixel’s Space Grunts first drew this thought from me: “Oh, it’s like Super Crate Box,

MULE Returns Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

I’m studying a tan resource map of our new planet, searching for my plot among the many others. Following at

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

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

Star Chindy Review

by Matthew Byrd

There is a line from Star Chindy’s Google Play Story listing of which I’m quite fond. It reads: “Star Chindy

Ravenmark: Scourge

by Matthew Hung

Lowest common denominator-type games tend to reign supreme in the Android game market, and it’s not hard to understand why. The

Warship WWII Review

by Ayesha Depay

 Warship WWII is an Android strategy game that lets you be a naval commander: managing ships, resources, battle plans, and

Hexcity Review

by Nick (Catfish_Maw) Walker

Tann’s Hexcity took me by surprise. Initially, the install time of–what had to be a tenth of a second–raised a

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