‘Dragons: Titan Uprising’ Review: How to Not Train Your Dragon

Dragons: Titan Uprising By: Ludia I don't normally play or review free-to-play match-three games, as I know that they're almost always going to be pure garbage, with progress linked to how much real world money you're able and willing to spend. But I like dragons, and I like the How to Train Your Dragon franchise and am looking forward to the upcoming movie The Hidden World. I also like match-three games when…

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Dragons: Titan Uprising – Walkthrough Guide, Tips and Tricks

Dragons: Titan Uprising By: Ludia Dragons: Titan Uprising is the latest iOS and Android game tied to the How to Train Your Dragon series. It coincides with the release of the third movie, The Hidden World, which is coming out this month. The game is a typical free-to-play match-3 game, but there are some things you should know going in. It will also cost a lot of money to make progress at…

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Trism II (2): Gameplay Video and Impressions

Trism II By: Demiforce LLC My first iPhone was an iPhone 4, so I missed the early days of the App Store, including a very popular game that released back in 2008 on the very first day of the App Store's existence. That game is Trism, by Demiforce, and although I didn't play it, I gather from videos I watched that you had to slide rows of triangles to match colors. It…

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‘DR.MEEP’ Review: The Doctor Will See You Now

DR.MEEP By: HyperBeard Games (Heckmouse) There are few things that get me as excited as a new premium match-three game free of ads or in-app purchases (IAPs). I even made a list of my favorites here. So when I saw DR.MEEP appear in the pre-order section of the App Store and noticed it was by none other than Hyperbeard, the makers of Muertitos, I knew I had to play it. The quirky…

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‘Tiny Bubbles’ Review: Even More Satisfying Than Popping Bubble Wrap

Tiny Bubbles™ By: Pine Street Codeworks LLC I'll be honest with you here. It's been hard to get excited about new iOS games lately, especially my favorite genre -- puzzles. After such a strong 2017, the truly great games have only been trickling in for 2018. It's why I keep finding myself going back to Six Match after I complete my Dissembler dailies. So when I saw Pine Street Codeworks' Tiny Bubbles,…

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‘Dissembler’ Review: Flip It, Flip It Good!

Dissembler By: Ian MacLarty At first glance, Dissembler might not look like much. It's certainly not as shiny as most match-three games on the App Store. It's made up entirely of simple, minimalistic squares and would probably be easy to overlook. It's also the first puzzler from Ian MacLarty, who's known for fast-paced arcade games like Boson X and Jelly Juggle. So when I got an email about it, I was a…

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Review: ‘Six Match’ is My New Match-3 Obsession

Six Match By: Aaron Steed I'm always on the lookout for a new microtransaction-free match-three game to play when I have some down time, and my latest obsession is Aaron Steed's Six Match. While you might think the genre is overdone and there's nothing new to be seen, Six Match adds enough of a twist to make it feel fresh. It's a relaxed, endless, turn-based game in which you always have six…

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‘Kensho’ Review: A Gorgeous Puzzler That’s Missing a Little Something

Kenshō By: FIFTYTWO What first attracted me to FIFTYTWO's new puzzle game, Kenshō, were the gorgeous animations and lovey music in the App Store trailer video. I'm happy to say that that the game delivers every bit on both accounts. But what's hard to tell from that video is what that gameplay would be like, and that's unfortunately where the game falters a bit. In Kenshō, you're following the story of a…

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