Browsing the "best Games for the Android" Tag

Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

I’m Batman. Not a snarky, gravel-voiced, cartoon diner-goer perpetually arguing with Superman, but a Lego superhero. Luckily, I’ve kept my


Hatfall Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

To people that have never seen Zero Punctuation, Hatfall may just seem like a weird “what the hell is this,”


Slugterra: Dark Waters Review

by Siobhan Harmer

When it comes to game adaptations of well-known movies and cartoons, I often approach with caution. The transition from the


Storm Age Review

by Siobhan Harmer

Due to the lack of coverage Storm Age has received since its release early this summer, I expected to grind


Sometimes You Die Review

by Sharang Biswas

Pick a popular game. Chances are that within the first ten minutes of playing it, you’ve shot, decapitated, crushed, or


Mazes of Karradash Review

by Tyler Horst

Mazes of Karradash clearly draws inspiration from the early days of the dungeon-crawler genre, hearkening back to the era with


Fearless Fantasy Review

by Tyler Horst

There’s a security option on most Android phones that allows you to set a swipe pattern you must complete every


Grow Shark Review

by Sharang Biswas

When I was assigned Grow Shark, game studio Buzz Nuzz’s casual, minimalist game, my first thought was, “YES! Time to


NY Zombie 2 Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

Zombies are my bread and butter. I make it my business to play zombie and survival games, simply because I


Traitor-Valkyrie Plan Review

by Steve Dourountoudakis

It’s not a secret that first-person shooters don’t work well on touch screen devices. They have neither the smooth movement


The SilverBullet Review

by Steve Dourountoudakis

The SilverBullet feels like a game with good ideas made by people who didn’t know what to do with them.


Durlindana Review

by Jessica Critcher

Durlindana is a fantasy RPG by Simon Matts. The premise is that you are a lowly but ambitious peasant on


League of Stickman Review

by Tyler Horst

In console gaming, certain titles get the somewhat derogatory distinction of being “button mashers.” These are also frequently referred to


Xenowerk Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

A maze of rooms infested with mutants descends 50 floors. As you work your way through the dark corridors, your flashlight


Hitman: Sniper Review

by Steve Dourountoudakis

Part of what makes the Hitman series great is its approach to level design. Often, you have a single main



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