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Burly Men at Sea: Complete Walkthrough Guide (All Endings)

Burly Men at Sea By:Brain&Brain This is a complete step-by-step walkthrough guide for the iOS, Android and PC game Burly Men at Sea by Brain&Brain. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. This game is similar to the Stanley Parable in that you make small changes to find a different path. I'm including descriptions and videos for how to get each of the twelve voyages, along with each map. See my Burly Men at Sea review here. Controls: Most of the game is swipe-based. You swipe Read more [...]

Dog Sled Saga Review: Dog, Nab It!

Dog Sled Saga By: Dan FitzGerald Although I'd been looking forward to Dog Sled Saga for quite some time, I didn't really know what the gameplay would be like. I just knew it was about racing a team of sled dogs. I like dogs (who doesn't?) and the pixel graphics made them look adorable, so of course I had to play it. It's been in development for a while, but thankfully the game was released on all platforms at once, so we mobile gamers didn't have to wait for it. It's a natural fit for touch screens, Read more [...]

Tormentum – Dark Sorrow Review: A Gorgeous Journey Through A Giger-Inspired World

Tormentum - Dark Sorrow By: OhNoo Studio OoNoo Studio's Tormentum - Dark Sorrow came out on PC in 2015, but I hadn't heard of it until I saw the Kickstarter for their upcoming game, Tsioque. I was excited to learn then that they had plans to not just port Tsioque to iOS, but Tormentum as well. I knew very little about it, but the screenshots alone were enough to pique my interest. And so, here we are now and the game has come to mobile devices. So is it worth playing? I've always been a fan Read more [...]

Mystery of Shadow Hill: Walkthrough Guide

Mystery of Shadow Hill By: Squadventure The Mystery of Shadow Hill is Squadventure's second adventure game. It takes place in a school, with some strange things happening. While I liked their first, this one is more my speed. It's more relaxed, full of logic puzzles and no skill-based mini games. The artwork isn't as consistently impressive as in The Lost Chapter, but there are some really nice details. The story is intriguing and has me curious to see what's in store next. While most puzzles Read more [...]

AppUnwrapper’s September 2015 iOS Games Roundup

I can't believe September has already come and gone, and with it the warm summer weather. And with the arrival of colder weather, I'm spending more time playing games. September was a pretty good month for me. I played a lot of great games and even added a few to my Recommended List. So, without further ado, I give you my September 2015 iOS games roundup: I'll start with the game that took me completely by surprise, because I didn't even buy it right away. I was disappointed with Simogo's Sailor's Read more [...]