Browsing the "Android First-Person-Shooter" Tag

Meltdown Premium Review

by Kelly Lo

Meltdown is an engaging arcade shooter by Phenomenon Games. You play as Zed, a stoic cool guy who must shut


Heroes Charge Review

by Kelly Lo

If your current bathroom book is a bit lackluster, try killing time with Heroes Charge, a fast-paced RPG sidescroller by


CounterSpy Review

by Travis Fahs

While Nintendo and Microsoft coldly ignore the growing potential of mobile to boost their gaming brands, Sony has been leading


SoundBard: RPG Soundboard Review

by Sharang Biswas

I should start with a disclaimer: SoundBard: RPG Soundboard, created by music and comedy duo Paul and Storm, is not actually a


Back to Bed Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

Back to Bed is an indie puzzle game designed by Bedtime Digital Games. As the name indicates, the objective is


They Need To Be Fed 3 Review

by Melissa M. Parker

Sequels can be an extremely tricky enterprise. Take it from someone who (accidentally on purpose) watched Indiana Jones and the


Burning Blade Review

by Claire Donner

Burning Blade is the latest product from developer Teebik Games, who single-mindedly cranks out ornate-looking fantasy RPGs for browser and


Zombies: Dead in 20 Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

Zombies: Dead in 20 is an action shooter courtesy of Rubicon Development. If you’ve ever watched The Walking Dead and


The Inner World Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

The Inner World is a hand drawn point-and-click adventure game developed by Studio Fizbin. It is a weird piece of


Wayward Souls Review

by Zackery Cuevas

Often the best mobile games are those that lend themselves to brief yet satisfying playthroughs.  The game must keep a


Space Cake Review

by Jen Schiller

The runner "Space Cake" is a good title on the android, but if it took a couple more risks it could be a great one


Overkill Mafia Review

by Sam Riedel

Watching gangster movies and reading true-crime novels are two of my favorite pastimes. Noir in general is possibly my favorite


Trials Frontier Review

by Travis Fahs

Often when discussing the usual free-to-play mechanisms like energy timers and dual currencies, the argument becomes a matter of degrees;



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