Alto’s Adventure: Review

Alto's Adventure By: Snowman [DKB url="https://www.appunwrapper.com/Alto" text="Download" title="" type="" style="" color="green" width="" opennewwindow="" nofollow=""] To be quite frank, when I saw the first previews of Alto's Adventure, I was disappointed to hear that it's an endless runner. The App Store is so oversaturated with runners and I don't really find them particularly fun. They're usually too frustrating and repetitive for me to enjoy. Still, those visuals grabbed me and I had to…

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The Detail Ep. 1 Where the Dead Lie: Review

The Detail By: Rival Games Ltd [DKB url="https://www.appunwrapper.com/TheDetail" text="Download" title="" type="" style="" color="green" width="" opennewwindow="" nofollow=""] As a fan of point-and-click adventure games, I was excited to play The Detail by Rival Games Ltd. Described as a crime noir adventure in an American city, the game advertises mature themes for mature players and ethical and moral challenges. The game does live up to this description to some degree. You start off as…

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World of Khaos: Review

World of Khaos By: Rapid Turtle Games [DKB url="https://www.appunwrapper.com/Khaos" text="Download" title="" type="" style="" color="green" width="" opennewwindow="" nofollow=""] World of Khaos is a real-time tower defense game that takes place in a post-apocalyptic world ruled by a fanatic with a huge army of robots, mutants and cyborgs. You control the last resistance base, which mostly consists of a giant gun on the left side of the screen that pivots to point at enemies.…

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The Mystery of Haunted Hollow: Review

The Mystery of Haunted Hollow By: Point & Click LLC [DKB url="https://www.appunwrapper.com/HauntedHollow" text="Download" title="" type="" style="" color="green" width="" opennewwindow="" nofollow=""] If you're looking for a relaxing first-person game that will scratch your point-and-click adventure itch, The Mystery of Haunted Hollow is just the thing you need. Despite its less-than-creative title, it's a solid, stress-free experience with plenty going for it. The graphics of the game are vibrant and photorealistic with sharp contrast…

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Shadowmatic Review: A Gorgeous But Flawed Puzzler

Shadowmatic By: TRIADA Studio [DKB url="https://www.appunwrapper.com/Shadowmatic" text="Download" title="" type="" style="" color="green" width="" opennewwindow="" nofollow=""] I only knew about Shadowmatic a few weeks before its release, but the second I saw video of it, I couldn't wait to get my hands on the game. It looked like something that had the potential to be a real classic and, if done right, the perfect touchscreen game. It has a simple idea paired with photorealistic…

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The Lost Chapter: Review

The Lost Chapter By: Squadventure [DKB url="https://www.appunwrapper.com/LostChapter" text="Download" title="" type="" style="" color="green" width="" opennewwindow="" nofollow=""] **Update, 2/16/15: The developers have listened to my feedback and added alternate controls to the inner retro video game parts of the game. They've also added skip buttons for those who still find them frustrating, and would rather just enjoy the mystery and puzzle-solving aspects of the game. So if you held off buying the game before…

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FRAMED: Review

FRAMED By: Loveshack [DKB url="https://www.appunwrapper.com/FRAMED" text="Download" title="" type="" style="" color="green" width="" opennewwindow="" nofollow=""] I'd been following the development of FRAMED by Loveshack for quite some time now, ever since I saw a little video of it. It's definitely been one of my most-anticipated games in a long time. The concept behind FRAMED is a unique one. You play a part in a gorgeous noir-style comic strip. Each scene consists of several panels,…

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Spirits of Spring: Review

Spirits of Spring By: Minority Media Inc. [DKB url="https://www.appunwrapper.com/SpiritsSpring" text="Download" title="" type="" style="" color="green" width="" opennewwindow="" nofollow=""] Considering all the hullabaloo in the gaming world lately over ethics, sexism, harassment, and death threats, Spirits of Spring perhaps could not have come at a better time. Although iOS games have been mostly immune to the commotion due to their more casual leaning, it can't hurt to have a game right now that promotes…

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