‘Pilgrims’ Review: The Devil’s in the Details

Pilgrims By: Amanita Design There are few things in this world that get me as excited as a new game from Czech developer Amanita Design. Ever since I played Samorost 3 and Botanicula, I've been eagerly awaiting anything they announce. They have a knack for combining unique artwork with quirky characters, playful mechanics and clever puzzles. One thing you can be sure of with an Amanita game is that it will be…

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Pilgrims: Complete Walkthrough and Achievements Guide

Pilgrims By: Amanita Design Pilgrims is the latest point-and-click adventure game by Amanita Design. Your characters and items are depicted as cards, and you drag them to the scene to use them. It's an insanely charming game, but can also be tricky at times. So this walkthrough guide should help you if you get stuck. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. See my Pilgrims review. Walkthrough: I…

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‘Unhatched’ Review and Walkthrough

Unhatched By: Filip Loster I first mentioned Filip Loster's card-based puzzler, Unhatched, several weeks back in my preview, and have since had a chance to play through the whole game. It's a bit of a cross between Reigns and Meteorfall, but with its own unique story and mechanics. What really sets it apart, though, is that each card battle is a hand-crafted puzzle with a solution. Instead of the cards being randomized,…

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‘Unhatched’ is a Clever Reigns-Inspired Game Coming to iOS August 14 (Preview Inside)

Unhatched By: Filip Loster Ever since the Tinder-inspired Reigns released, many developers have realized that binary choices make great one-handed mobile games. The high score-chasing dungeon crawler, Meteorfall, applies this concept to monster battles and is one of my all-time favorite games. I still check in every day to play the daily challenge. So when I heard of another contender entering the ring, called Unhatched, my ears perked up. Developed by Filip…

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SteamWorld Quest: Review and Gameplay Videos

SteamWorld Quest: The Hand of Gilgamech By: Image & Form Some of you may have noticed that I've started covering a few Switch games. Mostly, they're still games that will likely come to iOS eventually, so think of these as very, very early iOS reviews. In any case, I'll probably be dialing these back a bit this month since so many great games are coming to iOS over the next few weeks.…

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‘Knights of the Card Table’ Review: Slice ‘n’ Dice

Knights of the Card Table By: Iron Horse Games LLC / Ponywolf Who can resist a cartoony hand-drawn dungeon crawler with puntastic humor and a simple control scheme that's a perfect fit for mobile? I know I can't, which is why I was so excited to play Ponywolf's Knights of the Card Table. Meteorfall was one of my most-played games of 2018, so I was hoping it might scratch a similar itch…

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Knights of the Card Table: Walkthrough Guide and Gameplay Videos

Knights of the Card Table By: Iron Horse Games / Ponywolf Knights of the Card Table is a new level-based card game by Ponywolf and Iron Horse Games. It's not a trading card or deck-building game, as you don't have a deck of cards that you add to. Basically, each dungeon consists of cards, be they monsters or gold or potions, and you decide the order to go through them. If you're…

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‘Golf Peaks’ Review: Mulling Over Mulligans

Golf Peaks By: Lukasz Spierewka / Afterburn Games I have a strange relationship with golf. I enjoyed playing miniature golf as a kid on family outings. And I've even tried some regular golf and didn't find it completely terrible. I still wouldn't make it a hobby, though. And you wouldn't be able to pay me to watch someone else play the sport. That said, I acknowledge that it translates well to video…

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