Browsing the "Hardcore Android Games" Tag

Knights Inc. Review

by Sam Riedel

The Play Store doesn’t have a whole lot of management games, let alone medieval-themed ones, so I was intrigued by

Rymdkapsel Review

by Sam Riedel

Science fiction fans rejoice: that conceptual mashup of Deep Space Nine and Flatland you never knew you wanted is here.

You Review It: Dropchord

by Brian Penny

~ from Google Play   Dropchord is a music-driven, score challenge game with mesmerizing visuals and an original electronic soundtrack!

Dropchord Review

by Travis Fahs

Since their high-profile Kickstarter success last year, Double Fine’s star has continued to rise, even as the company has moved

Tiny Thief Review

by Brian Penny

The open-sourced nature of Android’s marketplace opened the floodgates for a bevy of glitchy, half-hearted, digital billboards disguised as apps

Crazy Taxi Review

by Travis Fahs

Video arcades may have fallen by the wayside in recent years, but there’s an interesting parallel to mobile gaming. In

Shelter Review

by James Christy

Shelter is an indie-bred hybrid of the turn-based collectible card game and tower defense genres set in a zombie apocalypse.

HEAVY Sword Review

by Ajax

A number of commentators have mentioned the similarities between HEAVY Sword, released May 16th in the Play Store, and the

Fangz HD Review

by Saul Berenbaum

Vampires… everywhere. Vampires in front and in back of you, above you, beneath you and all around you. Hundreds of

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

Carmageddon Review

by Travis Fahs

The 1990s represents gaming’s awkward teenage years. It was during this time that people began to accept that games could

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