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Terafyn review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on September 29th, 2020
Our rating: starstarstarhalfstarblankstar :: RANDOM ROULETTE
Terafyn is a terrifically well-balanced and satisfying card-based rpg until it’s not.

The Unfinished Swan review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on September 18th, 2020
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: BUMBLING BIRD
This acclaimed first-person puzzler has a few rough edges in its mobile form, but is still perfectly enjoyable.


SWORDSHOT review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on September 17th, 2020
Our rating: starstarhalfstarblankstarblankstar :: SHOOTING BLANKS
There isn’t much substance to match Swordshot’s style, and what is there is fatally flawed.

Deck 'Em! review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on September 4th, 2020
Our rating: starstarstarblankstarblankstar :: FEATHERWEIGHT
Deck ‘Em!’s business model is the most exciting thing about it.


My Exercise review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on September 3rd, 2020
Our rating: starstarstarblankstarblankstar :: WONKY WORKOUT
My Exercise is a surreal but shallow journey through a child’s exercise routine.

Meteorfall: Krumit's Tale review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on August 28th, 2020
Our rating: starstarstarstarstar :: QUIPPY QUESTING
Meteorfall: Krumit’s Tale is a well considered and significant evolution of Meteorfall: Journey and then some.


Stilstand review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on August 27th, 2020
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: MISERY LOVES COMPANY
Stilstand is a piece of interactive fiction that makes wallowing in misery surprisingly entertaining.

Ord. review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on August 24th, 2020
Our rating: starstarstarblankstarblankstar :: CLEVER. SORTA.
Ord. takes minimalism to the extreme in a way that makes it curious, but also somewhat repetitive.


Paladin's Story is an upcoming fantasy RPG with a light-hearted sense of humour that's heading for iOS and Android

Posted by Stephen Gregson on September 11th, 2020

Paladin's Story is an upcoming fantasy RPG with an off-kilter sense of humour that's heading for iOS and Android. It will officially launch for both on September 16th though the game is already available on Google Play in Early Access.

The game looks to blend an old school roleplaying experience with a more reflex and timing-based combat system. It also sets out to make light of many of the tropes that the genre has created over the years such as frequently seen character archetypes, commonly found items and of course, the classic plot of the chosen hero saving the world from an unknown threat.

Among Us! Guide - Tips for the uninitiated crew member (or imposter)

Posted by Campbell Bird on September 10th, 2020
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad


Among Us! is one of the biggest suprise hits of the year, most notably because it's a two-year old free-to-play game. I get the appeal, though. In following and writing about games through this pandemic, I've noticed a distinct desire for game play to be more social. I even suggested a few games that accomplish this, though I couldn't have predicted the way droves of people have gravitated to Among Us!

For those unfamiliar, Among Us! is a social deduction multiplayer game where up to 10 players take on the role of either a crew member or an imposter. Crew members need to wander the ship and complete tasks to win the game, but imposters try to muck up those plans by sabotaging the ship and killing other crew members. Along the way, there will be times where the crew convenes and votes on who they think is an imposter, and the player with the most votes gets tossed out the air lock. Crew members win if they successfully complete all their tasks or get rid of all the imposters. Imposters win if they kill the entire crew or successfully sabotage the ship.

The gameplay is not too unlike a lot of popular board games like Secret Hitler or Codenames, but in its digital form it can be a bit daunting, particularly if you haven't played a game like it before. With that in mind, here are a few tips to help you dive into Among Us! and have fun with it.

A Pretty Odd Bunny is a stealth-platformer available now for Android where you play as a rabbit who likes eating pigs

Posted by Stephen Gregson on September 10th, 2020

A Pretty Odd Bunny is a stealth-platformer from two-man team AJ Ordaz and René Rivera. It follows the story of a red-eyed rabbit who is allergic to carrots and instead has a penchant for devouring pigs. It's available now for Android devices.

The game starts with Bunny Town preparing to celebrate the annual Carrot Festival but our protagonist has a mission of their own, finding delicious pigs. The problem is, your fellow rabbits don't want you to eat these pigs, so you'll need to avoid being seen by them.

The 5 Best Mobile Games Like Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2

Posted by Campbell Bird on September 8th, 2020

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 dropped last week, meaning you can get remastered versions of two of the most iconic “sports” games ever made and experience some of the highest watermarks set in games of generations’ past.

There aren’t many new games like the Tony Hawk titles these days, and even attempts to re-capture the magic of earlier games in the series tend to go awry. That said, if you do want somewhat fresh and mobile takes on arcade, trick-based gameplay, here are our top picks.

Bouncing Box is a challenging platformer for Android where the protagonist is, as the name suggests, a box

Posted by Stephen Gregson on September 4th, 2020

In platformers, we often spend a large amount of time mindless destroying boxes by jumping onto or into them, whatever makes them splinter apart. Bouncing Box from developer The K Brothers aims to give those poor destructible cubes a chance to be the hero.

The game is available now for Android and will see players taking on the role of a bouncy wooden box as it embarks on a journey to collect all of the gems in the world. It promises to be a hardcore platforming experience that will challenge even veteran fans of the genre.

Five A Side Football 2021 is a streamlined management sim that's available now for iOS and Android

Posted by Stephen Gregson on September 3rd, 2020

Five A Side Football 2021 is the latest football-focused game to emerge from Swipe Studios, who you may know from their previous games Woofball and Swipe Manager: Soccer. Their newest title is available now for both iOS and Android.

Much like their previous endeavours, Five A Side Football 2021 is intended to be a more fun-focused approach to the sport. In this case, it's a slimline version of a managerial simulator where instead of flipping through pages and pages of stats there's a match budget system instead.

Catalyst Black - Best Build

Posted by Campbell Bird on September 2nd, 2020

Catalyst Black's Secret Service early access period is still going strong, and we're checking back in to give you the ultimate guide from our series so far: The Perfect Build. With this set of gear and abilities, you will be unstoppable against just about anyone you come up against... at least, that's how it's been working for us.

Obviously, Catalyst Black has a sense of balance that I'm sure Super Evil Megacorp is working on, but we've found a certain combination of items that seems to allow us to mow down just about anyone while avoiding death, helping teammates, and completing objectives. Read on below for to learn more about this fantastic build, or check out our other Catalyst Black guides in our guide list.

Marvel Contest of Champions' Rise of X motion comic teases Professor X and Apocalypse

Posted by Cameron Bald on September 1st, 2020

Marvel Contest of Champions has teased the impending arrival of Professor X and Apocalypse via an all-new motion comic by the name of Rise of X. Both characters are currently expected to land this month.

The game's latest update includes a number of balance changes, bug fixes, and more. Full patch notes can be seen right here.

Dragon Ball Z Dokkan Battle launches special worldwide campaign based on the Majin Buu saga

Posted by Cameron Bald on August 31st, 2020

Bandai Namco has just launched a special worldwide campaign within its action-puzzler Dragon Ball Z Dokkan Battle. This introduces a new story event inspired by the anime's Majin Buu saga, as well as the chance to summon Goku & Vegeta (Angel) and Majin Buu (Gotenks) for a limited time only.

The campaign will run for five weeks in total, and once every seven days, you'll be able to take part in a special event where you can earn up to 100 dragon stones.

Dear My Cat is an upcoming casual game about observing cats that's designed to help players relax

Posted by Stephen Gregson on August 28th, 2020

Dear My Cat is an upcoming casual simulation game from publisher Flero Games and developer Like It Games. It's heading for both iOS and Android on 29th September with pre-registration open now and will see players following a bunch felines on their journey to Sky Island and witnessing their happy moments.

It's not intended to be an overly difficult game then, instead the focus is on helping players relax as they watch the different cats mill about the screen. Each cat will have its own story to tell and you'll be able to build facilities and landmarks for them. Beyond that, you'll also be able to make accessories and give to the cats as gifts.

Crystal Ortha is the latest RPG from Kemco and it's available now for iOS and Android

Posted by Stephen Gregson on August 27th, 2020

Kemco's latest in their line of retro-inspired, turn-based JRPGs is available now for iOS and Android. It's called Crystal Ortha and follows the story of Ross, a mercenary who has been struggling for work since the end of a recent war.

One day he takes on a task given to him by a young girl named Margaret who is looking for a crystal lode, which would make her incredibly rich. Specifically, she sends Ross after the titular Crystal Ortha, a valuable crystal that may not even truly exist.

Tintin Match brings story-driven match-3 puzzling to iOS and Android next week

Posted by Cameron Bald on August 26th, 2020

Tintin Match is an all-new match-3 puzzler from 5th Planet Games and Moulinsart that carries you along on a globetrotting adventure alongside Herge's Tintin, Snowy, and Captain Haddock. It's currently expected to launch for iOS and Android next Monday, August 31st.

This one's said to be a story-driven puzzler where you'll complete colourful puzzles rooted within the Tintin universe. It's full of well-known characters and locations from the books, and it's all rendered in a friendly art style that feels in line with the source material.

The 5 Best Mobile Battle Royale Games

Posted by Campbell Bird on August 26th, 2020

The release of Call of Duty: Warzone on PC and consoles renewed a lot of people’s interest in the battle royale genre. Once a red-hot game mode a couple years ago, battle royales have maintained their prominence despite finding more competition with other popular genres like autochess and more traditional multiplayer shooters, particularly on mobile.

Although you can’t play Warzone on touch screens (although maybe someday that will change), there are plenty of battle royale games you can jump into right now. Check out our five favorites below. Oh, and click here to check out all of the great lists we’ve been making recently.

SINoALICE welcomes the Three Little Pigs into its twisted world

Posted by Cameron Bald on August 25th, 2020

The Three Little Pigs have arrived in the world of Yoko Taro's SINoALICE as part of the game's latest update. This also introduces a host of fresh story chapters to work through for existing characters Sleeping Beauty, Gretel, and Red Riding Hood.

SINoALICE launched globally back in July and has since received several updates adding fresh missions, characters, and more. Most notable were the two separate Nier events – one for Nier: Automata, the other for Nier: Replicant.

The best 2v2 card combos in Clash Royale - 2020 Edition

Posted by Campbell Bird on August 25th, 2020

Since the last time we put together our top picks for 2v2 card combos in Clash Royale, the mode wasn't even a permanent fixture to the game. Now that we've eased our way back into the game and found it to be ridiculously easy and fun, we've got this new, updated list of combos that can work super well with a good team mate. See our picks below.