Browsing the "android adventure games" Tag

Traps N’Gemstones Review

by Claire Donner

The Swedish company Donut Games is a prolific casual gaming developer known for satisfying, single-minded apps with simple concepts. Typically,


Swipe Quest Review

by Sharang Biswas

  The heart of any good puzzle game are the mechanics. Everything else is secondary. With Swipe Quest, a 2048-esque, grid-based


Soul Historica Review

by Sam Riedel

The JRPG factory known to us as Kemco just keeps on trucking. Every month, they’ve got a new mediocre-to-good game


Sorcery! Review:

by David Wall

Choose your own adventure, a genre of gaming seemingly lost to time, is making strides towards resurrection with the help


Violett Review

by Joe Matar

Violett comes close to defying description, which is what people usually say when they want to talk about an experience


The Cave Review

by Travis Fahs

Double Fine has had their foot in the mobile market for some time now, with smaller-scale releases like Middle Manager


Syberia Review

by Joe Matar

Originally released in early 2002, Syberia was a point-and-click adventure well-received by gamers and critics alike, probably because the genre


The Last Express Review

by Travis Fahs

More and more classic adventure games have been working their way onto Android, to sit alongside the dozens of games


The Traveler Review

by Joe Matar

There are a lot of Choose Your Own Adventure type games on Android, probably because they’re brain-dead simple to control



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