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Epoch 2 Review

by Travis Fahs

Porting over console-style shooter gameplay to the confines of a touch screen has been one of the most vexing problems


GP Racing Pro Review

by Jason Schneider

Disclaimer: if I grew up in a time where those remote-controlled racing tables with the circular tracks were popular, I’d


Infinite Warrior Review

by Claire Donner

Weighed down with your blade, shield and armor, this Android port of developer Empty Flask Games’ debut effort Infinite Warrior


Heroes of Steel Elite

by Will McCool

A few months ago I had the privilege of reviewing a lovely old-school style RPG called Heroes of Steel. While


Spider Webz Review

by Jen Schiller

Spider Webz could have been fun with a few tweaks to the game. It takes the concept of Cut The


Monster Wars Review

by Matthew Byrd

There’s nothing I love more than a new twist on an old idea. Like adding bacon to your favorite sandwich,


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


Clash Of Lords 2 Review

by Tyler Burt

For every shark that thrives in the mobile free-to-play market, there are remoras that ride its fins and eat the


Rebirth of Fortune 2

by Will McCool

Rebirth of Fortune 2 begins with a brief snippet of story that is so completely unimportant to the gameplay that


Dark Guardians Review

by Matthew Byrd

Perhaps there was a time when the use of the words “dark” and “souls” in the gaming world was an


Shadow Blade Review

by Claire Donner

The Swedish-American developer team DeadMage has followed up their mythology-based melee-explorer fantasy-adventure debut Garshasp: The Monster Slayer with a fast-paced


Pacific Fleet Review

by John Markley

Pacific Fleet is a strategy game of Second World War naval combat. It’s less than it first appears to be


Mines of Mars

by Will McCool

Imitation is extremely common in game development, especially in the burgeoning realm of phone and tablet entertainment. It only took


Beyond Space Review

by Travis Fahs

For a time, it seemed like we had lost one of our great genres. For nearly a decade, the space



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