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Golem Rage: Gameplay Video and Impressions

Golem Rage By: Zuki Games  Zuki Games' Golem Rage is one of those rare unicorns, a runner that's a paid game without any ads or in-app purchases (IAP). It's also level-based instead of endless, so those who are tired of infinite runners have something to look forward to. I've played a bit and the game is it really a good fit for me, but I still wanted to show off some gameplay and describe how it works. After a brief intro in the form of comic book frames, you take on the role of an enraged Read more [...]

‘The Mooseman’ iOS Review: Let the Spirits Guide You

The Mooseman By: Vladimir Beletskiy  At first glance, you might think that Vladimir Beletsky’s Mooseman looks a lot like Simogo’s Year Walk. There’s definitely a lot there to draw comparisons between the two. The moose-headed man, for one. A story covering ancient myths, the snowy landscapes, extra widescreen layout, and even the spirits that look a bit like bowling balls. But while Year Walk is a point-and-click adventure, Mooseman more closely resembles a puzzle platformer without Read more [...]

Vandals: Review and Gameplay Videos

Vandals By: ARTE Experience (Cosmografik)  Cosmografik's Vandals is the latest turn-based puzzle game in the style of Square Enix's GO series, like Hitman GO (HMG), Lara Croft GO (LCG) and Deus Ex GO (DEG). While I never really got into HMG, I thoroughly enjoyed LCG and all its expansions. It had personality, atmosphere, tricky puzzles, and it felt great on a touchscreen. It raised the bar for what a mobile puzzle game could look like. Since then, I've been excited about every GO-style game Read more [...]

Never Stop Sneakin’: iOS Gameplay Videos and Impressions

Never Stop Sneakin' By: Humble Hearts LLC Humble Hearts' Never Stop Sneakin' released a little over a month ago on PC and one of the complaints was that it felt like a mobile game. So when it made its way over to iOS this week, that wasn't necessarily a reason not to buy it. I was curious about its top-down stealth gameplay with simplified one-finger controls, especially since it could be played in either portrait or landscape mode. So I took a chance on it. The plot is intentionally absurd, Read more [...]

‘JoinDispatch’ is Like Uber But for Emergency Response Services (Review)

JoinDispatch By: Kyle McCullough (SpectreVision)  Not sure what to do with your life? Do you want to make a difference in the world but don't have the training, or the time and money for an education? Thanks to a trend started by Uber, experience isn't an issue as long as your standards are low. The new Dispatch Emergency Response Service is the latest company offering people the freedom of self-employment without any of the benefits of owning a business. A quick glance at their website Read more [...]