Don't let the cutesy graphics and occasional humor fool you, Pocket Troops is a multi-layered strategic war game that, especially since it's free-to-play, is worth a look. I've devoted about four hours of gameplay to this iOS title, and my love for Pocket Troops hasn't dissipated. Instead of doing a blow by blow review of … Continue reading App Review: ‘Pocket Troops’ Is A Stellar Strategic War Game
Tim Kring's beloved Heroes universe can currently be seen Thursday nights on NBC with Heroes Reborn and now mobile and tablet gamers can also play the just released Heroes Reborn: Enigma by downloading the app on Apple Store and Google Play. Kring's Imperative Entertainment and Phosphor Games teamed up for the new title. The 3D first person puzzle game centers on Dahlia, an … Continue reading App Review: “Heroes Reborn: Enigma” Is Downright Puzzling!
Released this week by publisher Gameblyr (Pathogen, Third Eye Crime), Into the Circle is a physics based title that's inspired by the sport of curling. Although you won't be sliding stones on a sheet of ice, your brain will be challenged to near exertion. The goal of the game is to accurately throw a ball from … Continue reading App Review: “Into The Circle” (iOS)
Disney Interactive's new release Maleficent Free All is a free to play title that is sure to bring devotees of the publisher's successful app Frozen Free All. The puzzle game contains a rather simple goal - match three gemstones of the same color and rid the screen of darkness. Upon every color match, each tile … Continue reading Review: “Maleficent Free Fall” Weaves Its Magic On IOS
Blowfish Meets Meteor is an iOS block breaker that received a significant upgrade earlier this month. The latest iteration contains enhanced iPad compatibility, an improved physics engine, as well as new sound effects, animations, and music. I didn't download the game upon its initial release, so I came to this adventure with the freshest of … Continue reading App Love: Blowfish Meets Meteor Is A First Rate Block Party
Growing up in the 1980s, I fashioned myself a hip-hop head, but the recent iOS release Hip Hop Trivia put me in my place. The game is hosted by revered indie hip hop artist Murs, who essentially serves as the de facto Pat Sajak in these proceedings. Although you won't be buying vowels with Hip … Continue reading IOS Review: ‘Hip Hop Trivia Starring Murs’ Is Worth A Spin