Browsing the "Android independent games" Tag

NightSky Review

by Joe Matar

At first glance, nothing about NightSky looks particularly inventive. It’s an indie physics puzzle-platformer with a minimal color palette that

The Room Review

by Travis Fahs

 As usual, I feel late to the party waiting on Android ports. Last week, the Game Developer’s Choice Awards named

Astro Shark Review

by Joe Matar

On the surface, Astro Shark seems like a casual title. It has very simple gameplay and controls and the audio

Furfur and Nublo Review

by Joe Matar

Boredom buddies. The “buddy platformer,” as it’s sometimes referred to, has been around for a while now. The basic idea

Super Hexagon Review

by Joe Matar

Geometric crack. Full disclosure: though I always do my best to finish a title completely before reviewing it, I’ve only

Osmos HD Droid Game Review

by Joe Matar

Being a particle is fun for a little while. Osmos is a beautiful, ambient physics puzzler about a single-celled organism

Contre Jour Review

by Joe Matar

A solid physics-based puzzler wearing fancy pants. If you ask me, the notion of games as art is a foregone

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