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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


Monkey Boxing Review

by Brian Penny

Boxing is one of America’s oldest pastimes. In fact, it’s one of the oldest sports in the world, appearing in


Dungelot Gallery

by Al Jackson

Players of Dungelot, Red Winter Software’s casual, roguelike dungeon crawler, follow basic dungeoneering adventure goals as they explore: Kill monsters!


Devil’s Attorney Review

by Meg Stivison

Phoenix Wright this ain’t. In Senri AB’s Devil’s Attorney, players take on the role of Max McMann, an ethically flexible


The Bard’s Tale Review

by Joe Matar

Level up a jerk in your quest for coin and cleavage The Bard’s Tale is an action-adventure concerning the Bard,


Wild Blood Review

by Travis Fahs

Gameloft proves they have heart, but they’re still missing the soul Wild Blood is an important release for Gameloft. Despite


Final Fantasy III Review

by Travis Fahs

The seminal RPG series’ lost chapter makes its way to Android Square Enix has taken a long time to bring


Dead Trigger

by Travis Fahs

How much action can your touchscreen handle? Madfinger Games’s last release, Shadowgun, was a triumph of hardcore gaming on mobile


Asphalt 7 Gallery

by Al Jackson

  Gamers compete against the best in world in over 60 real-world cars on 15 different tracks across 150 unique


Rebuild Review

by Meg Stivison

Zombiepocalovely I don’t do zombies. Sure, I have some affection for the novel World War Z, but zombie games are


Dead Space Review

by Travis Fahs

Visceral horror on the small screen Dead Space brought true survival-horror back from the dead. After years of seeing the genre



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