Social Distancing iOS Games Sales and Freebies March 19

Many iOS game developers have been super generous during the COVID-19/coronavirus outbreak by making their games either cheap or free so people have something to entertain themselves while stuck inside. I started making a list of these sales on March 16, but it keeps getting bigger and bigger. So I'm going to publish a new sales list each day to keep it more manageable. I'll interlink them so you can find all…

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Social Distancing iOS Games Sales and Freebies March 18

Many iOS game developers have been super generous during the COVID-19/coronavirus outbreak by making their games either cheap or free so people have something to entertain themselves while stuck inside. I started making a list of these sales on March 16, but it keeps getting bigger and bigger. So I'm going to publish a new sales list each day to keep it more manageable. I'll interlink them so you can find all…

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Social Distancing iOS Games Sales and Freebies March 17

Many iOS game developers have been super generous during the COVID-19/coronavirus outbreak by making their games either cheap or free so people have something to entertain themselves while stuck inside. I started making a list of these sales on March 16, but it keeps getting bigger and bigger. So I'm going to publish a new sales list each day to keep it more manageable. I'll interlink them so you can find all…

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My Week Unwrapped: March 16, 2020 – Path to Mnemosyne, Spirits of Anglerwood Forest, Mindkeeper and More

Hi everyone, and welcome back to My Week Unwrapped, where I discuss all the games I've been playing over the last seven days. I know the world is in chaos right now what with corona virus spreading. But since we're supposed to be socially distancing ourselves, it's a good time to play some games! To help you with that, I made a list of current sales and freebies. I've also got a…

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Social Distancing iPhone and iPad Games Sales and Freebies

I feel a bit weird making a list of sales while the world is suffering through a pandemic (aka COVID-19 or corona virus). But since so many cities are now on near lockdown and people are at home with lots of free time on their hands, many developers have made their games free or cheap to help with the boredom and keep people from going stir crazy. So I figured I'd do…

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‘Hidden Through Time’ Review: This Ain’t It, Folks!

Hidden Through Time By: Crazy Monkey Studios I've mentioned this a number of times in my blog, but I'm not really a fan of hidden object games (HOGs). They mostly feel like a waste of time, like looking for lost keys. I don't like pixel hunting in my adventure games, either. But when Adriaan de Jongh's Hidden Folks released back in 2017, I was completely smitten. It took the idea of Where's…

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Nobodies: Murder Cleaner – Walkthrough Guide

Nobodies: Murder Cleaner By: Blyts Nobodies: Murder Cleaner is a puzzle adventure game by Blyts for iOS, Android, and PC, where you need to get rid of bodies and clean up the murder scene so no one notices you were even there. I wrote about it a while back, but it since got some updates that make it a much better game. So I'm planning to play through it and make a…

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My Week Unwrapped: March 8, 2020 – Castlevania SotN, Seven Scrolls, War Tortoise 2 and More

Hi everyone, and welcome back to My Week Unwrapped, where I discuss all the games I've been playing over the last seven days. Things are picking up again, though it's not quite as busy as it was back in February. There was a surprise release of the old classic, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, as well as a couple of other notable releases. But I also spent a lot of time this…

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