Teen Titans GO Figure – Teeny Titans 2: Riddler’s Riddle Me This Walkthrough Guide

Teen Titans GO Figure! (Teeny Titans 2) By: Cartoon Network Teeny Titans 2 recently got a new update that added the Hall of Doom, which allows players to play against each other in multiplayer matches. It also adds new missions, and one of those is called Riddle Me This. You get it from the Riddler and have to track down figures or NPCs based on his clues. This guide will help you…

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Bacon – The Game: Walkthrough Guide and Solutions

Bacon – The Game By: Philipp Stollenmayer / Kamibox Philipp Stollenmayer is back with another zany physics game about stacking food. This time, you need to flip a strip of bacon onto a hundred different items in Bacon – The Game. Some levels are easy and some are just downright evil. So if you get stuck, you can watch my videos for help. Walkthrough: Levels 1 - 50: Levels 1 Cheeseburger, 2…

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Barbearian: Walkthrough Guide, Tips and Tricks

Barbearian By: Kimmo Lahtinen (GIMBLLL) I've had GIMBLLL's massive hack-n-slack, Barbearian, for a couple of weeks now and have been loving it, even though my thumb hurts from the frantic and hectic gameplay. Last week, I wrote a bit about how the game's accessibility options make it easier for players of all skill levels to complete the game. I haven't made the game easier for myself, but do appreciate those options being…

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‘Thumper: Pocket Edition’ – Some Thoughts on Accessibility

Thumper: Pocket Edition By: Drool LLC I had heard great things about Drool's fast-paced "rhythm violence game," Thumper, ever since it released on consoles. I loved the look of it, but it looked like it would just make me ragequit five minutes in. So when it finally made its way to iOS, I decided to pass on it, especially since I heard that it utilizes tilt controls, which I've never been able…

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Darkness Rises: Tips, Tricks, Walkthrough Guide, Videos and Impressions

Darkness Rises By: NEXON Company I don't play too many free-to-play games these days, mostly because I don't want to be constantly reminded while playing that buying my way ahead is an option. I just want to play a game and leave my wallet behind. Occasionally something just looks so good, though, that I have to try it. The latest such game is Nexon Mobile's action RPG, Darkness Rises. I was tempted…

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‘BOMBARIKA’ is Both Poorly Designed and a Buggy Mess (Review)

BOMBARIKA By: Street Lamp Games  BOMBARIKA is the first iOS game from Street Lamp Games, and it's listed as having in-app purchases (IAPs) despite being a paid app, but I liked the diorama look of it and I was curious, so I took a gamble for $0.99. Unfortunately, an interesting idea is drowned out by poor design choices and rage-inducing bugs. On top of that, it seems like a free-to-play game…

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‘Oddmar’ Review: Just Eat the Magic Mushroom

Oddmar By: Mobge Ltd If you've been frequenting this site for a while, you probably know by now that I'm usually not a big fan of platformers. Even back when I still played games with a controller, I tossed Mario aside in favor of Zelda. So when it comes to using a touchscreen, it's very rare that I feel in control enough to master jumping platforms and dodging and killing baddies. Usually,…

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Golem Rage: Gameplay Video and Impressions

Golem Rage By: Zuki Games  Zuki Games' Golem Rage is one of those rare unicorns, a runner that's a paid game without any ads or in-app purchases (IAP). It's also level-based instead of endless, so those who are tired of infinite runners have something to look forward to. I've played a bit and the game is it really a good fit for me, but I still wanted to show off some…

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