Blackbox: Walkthrough Guide With All Puzzle Solutions

Blackbox (brain puzzles / :: infamous puzzles / think outside the box) By: Ryan McLeod / Grow Pixel Ryan McLeod's Blackbox is an iPhone puzzler that has you turning on the lights of little colored boxes by doing a number of different things with your phone that don't include touching the game screen itself. This is a complete walkthrough guide for those looking for hints, tips, tricks and answers. Beware spoilers! Feel…

Continue Reading
Danger Dodgers Review: Whoosh! Tralalala! Wheeee!

Danger Dodgers By: Uppercut Games Pty Ltd I don't write too many reviews of free games, because I figure I can just recommend those I think are worth trying, and players can decide for themselves if it's worth their time. But occasionally a free game comes along that does everything right and I'm enjoying it so much, that I feel the need to review it. Uppercut Games' newly released Danger Dodgers is…

Continue Reading
I Keep Having This Dream: Walkthrough Guide, Strategy, Tips and Tricks

I Keep Having This Dream By: Fireflame Games I'm still learning a lot about Fireflame's I Keep Having This Dream, and an by no means a pro. But I thought I would compile some things I've learned from playing, as well as some tips that might help others. I've nearly made it to the fourth world, with a high score of 870. This is a work in progress that I'll be updating…

Continue Reading
Cube Escape: Birthday: Walkthrough Guide

Cube Escape: Birthday By: LoyaltyGame B.V. (Rusty Lake) This is a complete step-by-step walkthrough with help, hints, tips, tricks, solutions and answers for the iOS and Android game Cube Escape: Birthday by Rusty Lake. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. Walkthrough: 1. When you're in the elevator, just tap to open the door. Then tap the black cube and the picture frame to start the game. You'll…

Continue Reading
_PRISM Review and Walkthrough: A Galaxy of Wonder

_PRISM By: Clint Siu I'm a big fan of relaxed puzzlers, especially those made specifically for touch screens. I also prefer short, unique experiences over eighty-hour games. So Clint Siu's _PRISM for iOS -- which is advertised at being about an hour long -- was a no-brainer for me, especially given the gorgeous visuals. The game is aptly named, as you play with floating geometric shapes that break apart and open up,…

Continue Reading
A Short Tale: Walkthrough Guide

A Short Tale By: Glitch Games This is a complete step-by-step walkthrough for the iOS and Android game A Short Tale by Glitch Games. It's a room escape game by the folks who brought you Forever Lost. It all takes place in the same room, but every inch is packed with puzzles and clues. Some of them are downright devious, so it's understandable if you might need help. This walkthrough will spoil…

Continue Reading
Tsuro Review: Forge Your Path to Victory

Tsuro By: Thunderbox Entertainment **Update, 2/8/2016: The review has been amended to correct a mistake about the Facebook games not syncing between multiple devices. They do sync!** Tsuro, "the game of the path," is a laid back board game that's been adapted for iOS devices by Thunderbox Entertainment. I knew next to nothing before playing it, but the simple rules pulled me in right away. They're very easy to understand, as there…

Continue Reading
Crashlands Review: How Far Would Hewgo For an Electrodongle?

Crashlands By: Butterscotch Shenanigans, LLC As I get older, I'm less inclined to let myself get pulled into long, time-consuming games. I prefer shorter, unique experiences. But somehow I ended up playing Butterscotch Shenanigans' Crashlands through to the end, spending over sixty hours on the planet Woanope. That number is due to a mix of addictive qualities of the game, as well as some not-so-great time-wasting aspects of it. There's a lot…

Continue Reading
Close Menu