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Have no fear — Slender Man Origins

by 2 months ago

Slender Man rose out of the black abyss that is the Something Awful forums back in 2009.  He has all the trappings of a grade A horror creature: lumberingly tall, …

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Dungeon crawling on your phone – Archangel review

by 3 months ago

There’s a reason more people are starting to take their phones seriously as gaming devices. Not only are the games cheaper and accessible from virtually anywhere, but more and more …

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Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed Review

by 4 months ago

Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed (hereafter Sonic Transformed) is Sega's most recent foray into the world of iOS gaming, providing some of the company's most well known characters and …

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Take Waterdeep with you — Lords of Waterdeep iOS Review

by 4 months ago

Worker placement games are very hit and miss for me. Sometimes they grab my attention, but others I have a problem getting into. For instance, many gamers love Agricola and …

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A cheap beauty — Darklings Review

by 4 months ago

The pick up and play iOS genre has become something that many developers strive for here recently, thanks in large part to the success of games like Temple Run and …

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Chew your way to the top — AdvenChewers review

by 5 months ago

Shortly after I purchased my iPhone, I downloaded a little game called Jetpack Joyride. It occupied my spare time when I only had a couple of minutes, but with the …

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Let’s go clubbin’ another night – Cavemania review

by 6 months ago

Cavemania is likely to be one of the most infuriatingly addictive games you'll play this year. The adorable art style, playful humor, and simplistic match-three mechanics make the game as …

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Orks, guns and level restarts – Shadowrun Returns (iOS) review

by 7 months ago

Shadowrun Returns is another incredible Kickstarter success story, a game whose developers asked for 400k in funds and ended up with close to 2 million by the time all was …

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Freaks rejoice – Freak Tower review

by 8 months ago

Being a landlord is not easy, and it gets even crazier in Freak Tower by Gung Ho Online Entertainment. Between cleaning up after the monster in your basement, restocking all …

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Deja vu – Battle Dragons review

by 8 months ago

Imagine someone released a game that practically created a new genre of realtime strategy for portable touch-sensitive devices like the iPad - something that played very different from most of …

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Fun-sized — Deus Ex: The Fall review

by 9 months ago

Seven bucks. I had to keep telling myself that the game I was playing, the game that felt so much like the console version that came before it, the game …

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Shooting and scooting can be a bit clumsy — Capsized+

by 1 year ago

Capsized+ is a port of the well received game of the same title on Xbox Live Arcade. The plus is just there to tell people that now it is available …

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