Browsing the "Android rpg" Tag

Crashlands Review

by Kathryn Haro

Crashlands, an action RPG, has taken the mobile gaming world by storm. Tons of gamers have been celebrating its outlandish humor,


BuriedTown Review

by Meg Stivison

When I started playing this game, my main question was whether Locojoy’s BuriedTown, yet another strategy game about surviving the


Skilltree Saga Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

With its title, Skilltree Saga sets at least standard hopes with respect to the RPG genre. Images of growing from


Dungeon Wars Review

by Lenny DiBono

Ever have a recurring dream? And you just keep living it out, over and over and over again, and don’t


The Last Vikings Review

by Kathryn Haro

Things get pretty old school with The Last Vikings, an old-school retro-inspired Android RPG where you play as the world’s


Dark Fear Review

by Nick (Catfish_Maw) Walker

It is no secret that indie devs love them some retro throwbacks. Whether it’s for budget or time reasons, the


Chromatic Souls Review

by Kathryn Haro

From the game’s beautiful art alone, Chromatic Souls looked like a really fantastic mobile RPG experience. This turn based RPG


Dungeon Crash Review

by Nick (Catfish_Maw) Walker

The odds were stacked against Firefly Games’ Dungeon Crash right from the start. It being a free game didn’t help,


Mix Hero Review

by Kevin Tejada

You know those games like Cookie Clicker, Clicker Heroes, and Tap Titans where you level up your team’s damage level


Legna Tactica Review

by Al Jackson

On a warm June night in 1969, at the now legendary Monterey Pop Festival, seminal rock and roll guitarist Jimi


Swords and Crossbones Review

by Jessica Critcher

Despite a historical reputation for theft, murder, and general misbehavior, pirates continue to hold a place of whimsy and good-natured


Grand Sphere Review

by Siobhan Harmer

Although I enjoy the occasional manga and have watched various anime series throughout my life, I’ve never really delved into


Dojo Storm Review

by Nick (Catfish_Maw) Walker

Comedy is a tricky tight-rope to walk for any game. The biggest pitfall is putting humor on a higher pedestal



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