‘Kitty Letter’ is a Completely Free Competitive Word Game From the Makers of ‘Exploding Kittens’

Kitty Letter By: Exploding Kittens / The Oatmeal I was a big fan of Exploding Kittens back when it released on iOS, in part due to it being free of any grinding or collectibles. You simply open the app and either set up a game with friends or match with strangers and you're good to go. Each game is self-contained and you can play as much or as little as you want…

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‘Terafyn’ Review: An Immersive Story That Sinks Its Claws Into You

Terafyn By: South Gale There were a lot of iOS releases this week, and several that I had ahead of time. But only one grabbed me from the very start and never let go. Thanks to a rich narrative and breathtaking hand-painted visuals, South Gale's superbly written RPG, Terafyn, was easy to get pulled into and hard to put down. Since the game is episodic, it means many questions are left unanswered,…

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Terafyn: Walkthrough Guide, Tips and Tricks

Terafyn By: South Gale I've been playing South Gale's gorgeous RPG, Terafyn, for a while now, but made some mistakes along the way. It's a fantastic game, especially the writing and artwork. But some things might not be 100% clear and it can make the battles stressful. So this guide will be an attempt to make the journey a bit less confusing. I'll also be including the gameplay videos of my new…

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‘Meteorfall: Krumit’s Tale’ Review: Accessibility is the Real Hero Here

Meteorfall: Krumit's Tale By: Slothwerks / Eric Farraro I didn't grow up playing Magic the Gathering and its ilk, so I never really developed that skill of finding synergy between cards and constructing a powerful deck. But there's been a surge of deck-building roguelikes in recent years in the digital space and they're such a great fit for touchscreen devices, that I can't help myself but try them all out. Slothwerks' Meteorfall:…

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Giveaway: Win a Free iOS or Android Copy of ‘Meteorfall: Krumit’s Tale’

Meteorfall: Krumit's Tale By: Slothwerks / Eric Farraro (UPDATE: The giveaway has now ended and the winners have been sent their codes. Thanks to everyone who participated!) I wrote about Slothwerks' card-based dungeon crawler, Meteorfall: Krumit's Tale, a month ago when I first started playing the beta version, and had a lot of positive things to say. Since then, I've spent quite some time with it, though I'm still honing my skills.…

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‘Meteorfall: Krumit’s Tale’ Now in Its Beta Stage on iOS and Android (Preview Inside)

Meteorfall: Krumit's Tale By: Slothwerks / Eric Farraro I know I say this a lot and some of you may be sick of hearing it, but Slothwerks' Meteorfall: Journeys is still one of my favorite games and one I return to every day. So you can imagine I was excited about a spiritual sequel that takes place in the same universe and features the same heroes. I was disappointed that Meteorfall: Krumit's…

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Slay the Spire: iOS Review and Gameplay Videos

Slay the Spire By: MegaCrit / Humble Bundle One of the genres I've really gotten into in the last few years is the card-based roguelike. If designed well, they can be the perfect fit for iOS, since they focus on strategy rather than reflexes and therefore should be playable just about anywhere. Slothwerks' Meteorfall is a superb mobile-centric version that I still play every day. So it was hard to ignore all…

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‘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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