‘GNOG’ iOS Review: A Playful and Tactile Experience

GNOG By: KO_OP I'd been looking forward to playing KO_OP's GNOG on my iPad ever since I heard it was coming to iOS devices. Everything about it looked like something I'd enjoy. The colorful artwork, toylike puzzle boxes, and the quirkiness of the whole thing. I was lucky enough to play a demo of it last year before it made its way to consoles, but I had to play with a controller.…

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GNOG: Walkthrough Guide

GNOG By: KO_OP This is a complete step-by-step walkthrough guide with help, hints, answers and solutions for the iOS, PC and console game, GNOG, by KO_OP. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. See my review here. Walkthrough: FRG-Y: PURP-L: SUB-01: VORT-X: EATER: This is the combination for the lock on the front. You need to tap the trees to see which critters pop out. CANDY: This is…

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‘The Inner World – The Last Wind Monk’ iOS Review: Blown Away

The Inner World 2 - The Last Wind Monk By: Studio Fizbin & Headup Games I was a few months late to the party with The Inner World, but it ended up being one of my favorite point-and-click adventures ever. With an adorable but quirky protagonist, tons of other entertaining characters, dry wit, hand-drawn cartoon artwork and top-notch voice acting, it was hard not to fall in love. So when I heard…

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‘The Inner World 2 – The Last Wind Monk’ is So Full of Quotable Lines

The Inner World 2 - The Last Wind Monk By: Studio Fizbin & Headup Games Studio Fizbin's The Inner World is one of my favorite point-and-click adventures. I loved the characters, the humor, the voice acting, the artwork, and perhaps above all, its willingness to ridicule organized religion. I started playing the sequel, The Last Wind Monk, a few days ago and am enjoying every second of it. Revisiting Asposia, it feels…

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‘Flipflop Solitaire’ Review: Possibly the Most Relaxed Version of the Game

Flipflop Solitaire By: Zach Gage I've never been that into the original solitaire, especially when I have thousands of more exciting games in my pocket. But I do like solo card games such as Onirim and Miracle Merchant, so I'm always willing to try another solitaire-inspired game. I'm also a big fan of Zach Gage's Typeshift, it being the only game at the moment that I log in every day to complete…

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‘Returner 77’ Review: The Start of Something Truly Epic

Returner 77 By: Fantastic, Yes The simplest way to describe Fantastic, yes's puzzle adventure, Returner 77, would be to say that it's like The Room in space. But that would be doing it a disservice, since it's so much more than that and is by no means a cheap knockoff. I didn't know much going in, as I only heard about the game a few days before release. But from the first…

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‘Starman: Tale of Light’ Review: Reach for the Stars

Starman: Tale of Light By: nada studio There's no shortage of puzzle games on iOS. The platform lends itself well to the genre, so several are released each week. With so many out there, it's easy to miss the the must-haves amidst the can-live-withouts. Already deep into multiple games this week, I almost skipped nada studio's monochromatic Starman: Tale of Light. I'm so glad I didn't, as it turned out to be…

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