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small world 2 review

Small World 2 Review: the popular board game finally makes it way onto Android

As board games continue their resurgence into mainstream consciousness, more and more board games are finding their way onto mobile platforms, being expressed as well as they can be on small and big screens. Days of Wonder is one publisher who has only recently joined this effort of bringing...
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decromancer review

Decromancer Review: A New Deck-Building Card Game Comes To Android

Those of you who have read some of my game reviews before will know that I’m a sucker for all kinds of tabletop games: card games, board games, any other games as long as they have cards, dice and minatures, I get all giddy and childish. So when I heard about Decromancer after developer...
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camera 2

Camera 2 by JFDP Labs: A Nifty Camera And Video App For The Filter Mad

For some of you, the name JFDP Labs will ring a bell; the English developer outfit has previously made camera and photo-editing apps like Paper Camera and Paper Artist, apps which allowed you to overlay the photos you were about to take or already taken with both unique and familar filters....
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even up review

Even Up Review: A Simple, Yet Incredibly Addictive Numbers Game

You’d think by now that we’d have seen every puzzle game involving numbers that could ever have been conceived. Not so, says Simple Machine, who, using Sudoku as the inspiration, has made a new gameĀ on Android called Even Up that uses numbers in its own unique and addictive...
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mr ludo review

Mr Ludo Review, A Board Game Classic Makes The Jump To Mobile

Board games have become an increasingly ripe area for mobile games to grow into; not only are they perfectly realized (in most cases) on mobile devices, but games based on older board-games often create a very pleasant feeling of nostalgia. Mr Ludo is one of these games, bringing back...
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curse of the assassin review

Curse of the Assassin Review: Gamebook Adventures Revisits Where It All Started

Curse of the Assassin is the eighth entry in the Gamebook Adventures series and revisits the city of Orlandes where the whole series began in An Assassin in Orlandes. The release of the gamebook also marks the 5th annivesary of Australian indie studio, Tin Man Games, being in the games...
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reaper review

Reaper Review, A Truly Mobile RPG For The Casual Gamer

What makes a game truly mobile: is it being able to be played in bite-sized sessions, or having controls that don’t require qualifications in interpretive finger-dance? Reaper: Tale of a Pale Swordsman by Hexage is one such game that I believe is truly mobile, and if it’s...
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Dungeon Keeper

[GAME REVIEW] Dungeon Keeper on Android: This One Is Definitely A Keeper, If You’re Patient

Dungeon Keeper is one of the most iconic games in video game history. The 1997 PC game spawned multiple sequels and spin-off games with it’s dungeon building/management genre and dark humour, and now EA and Mythic Studio have teamed together to give the game its second wind on mobile...
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save the snail

[GAME REVIEW] Save The Snail, A Nice Game For Snail-Lovers

In a world where snails are at risk of being killed by falling rocks and sunlight, who will save the snails? The answer is you, of course. Save the Snails is a new, free game from Alda Games, a small, Czech game development studio. The game incorporates puzzles where in each level you’ll...
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type:rider

[GAME REVIEW] Type:Rider, The Type Of Game You Like To See

Games that feature both fun and educational content are definitely too far and few in between these days; sure, you might make the argument that games featuring in-app purchases teach good spending practices, but there are very few games that educate us about niche topics that most people...
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Golfsense Review

[REVIEW] Golfsense – Snake Oil or Savior?

As a not-so-avid golfer, I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not awesome on the links. I try to hit the little white ball around as much as I can, but time (or lack thereof) gets the best of me and my swing. That’s when I gave the Golfsense a shot. Could it save...
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