Browsing the "mobile rpgs" Tag

Hardboiled Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

Fallout came along as the second open-world RPG wherein the player’s choices had far reaching implications (the first was Wasteland).

Enchanted Cave 2

by Meg Stivison

Enchanted Cave 2 opens in a typical RPG town, full of townspeople sharing the requisite warnings about the boundless dangers

Spellcrafter Review

by Sharang Biswas

Call me a sucker, but a game with a name like Spellcrafter makes me picture eye of newt and toe

Dungeoneer Review

by Steve Dourountoudakis

In my time playing Dungeoneer, I asked myself, at what point does a game stop being a stepping stone towards

QuestRun Review

by Alex Madell

Playing QuestRun reminded me of a few times that I’ve played Dungeons and Dragons with a really unimaginative dungeon master.

Five Nights at Freddy’s 3

by Travis Fahs

More and more, it seems that hit mobile games have a shelf-life shorter than tepid milk. One moment every schoolyard,

Gamebook Pocket RPG Review

by Joseph McGee

Slovakian publishers LL Studios wrote the book on RPGs. Literally. Their debut effort, a game/book hybrid titled, Gamebook Pocket RPG,

Dungeoneers Review

by Jessica Critcher

Dungeoneers is a dungeon crawler RPG by Monsterious Games. After assembling a party of four warriors, the player ventures into

Alphadia Genesis 2 Review

by Alex Madell

In a time when the illustrious tradition of the JRPG – carried on in the mainstream by big-budget franchises like

Swap Heroes 2 Review

by Ashley Hurwitz

In a world where one could literally drown themselves in the amount of RPG titles that are constantly thrust upon

Tap Heroes Review

by Isaac Davis

Playing Tap Heroes, I ended up looking like some kind of “gamer” character in a sitcom: face contorted somewhere between

Paper Dungeons Review

by Zackery Cuevas

I’m always overly critical about the games I play on my mobile. I’m adamant in my belief that certain genre’s

Blood Brother 2 Review

by Richard Goodacre

Much like its younger brethren, last year’s Blood Brothers 1, the best thing you can say about DeNa Corp’s Blood

Lord of Aswick Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

When I first saw the Lords of Aswick thumbnail in the Google Play Store, I was excited by the prospect

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