‘Golf Club: Wasteland’ Review – I Can’t Believe I’m This Engrossed in a Golf Game

Golf Club: Wasteland By: Demagog Studio I usually ignore golf in almost every form. I don't understand folks who enjoy watching others play golf, but I do like playing miniature golf myself, even if I'm not all that good at it. When it comes to video games, I've tried a bunch of them and none have really stuck for me. Even the gorgeous Wonderputt just felt awkward to me. So I didn't…

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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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My Week Unwrapped: June 12, 2018 – Perspecto, The Ancients AR, Alleys, Stories of Bethem, M&M Elemental Guardians and More

Hi everyone and welcome back to My Week Unwrapped, where I discuss all the iOS games I've been playing over the last seven days. I won't be covering too many games tonight, but there are still some that you need to know about, and others that maybe should be avoided. Anyway, let's skip the fluff and get straight to business. Perspecto I spent a good chunk of my week playing this cross-platform…

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‘Perspecto’ Review: Objects May Be More Fun Than They Appear

Perspecto By: Kamil Kucma (Gamezaur)  Ever since Monument Valley came along, I've been on the lookout for new games that play with perspective. There have been a lot of them, though few really hit the mark. There's usually something that just weighs down the whole experience and keeps it from being a truly great game. .hocus felt sluggish and unresponsive to me and I lost interest in it pretty quickly due…

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Minesweeper Genius: Review and Gameplay Video

Minesweeper Genius By: Mother Gaia Studio  There are a few games that just the thought of them can bring me back to my childhood, and I have a very clear memory of playing Minesweeper on my dad's computer in the basement. I didn't pour hours into it like I did and do many other games, but it's a still a classic that's worth borrowing from. Mother Gaia Studio does so in…

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‘G30’ Review: Is This What It’s Like to Lose My Mind?

G30 - A Memory Maze By: Kovalov Ivan  You know that puzzle that crops up sometimes in adventure games, where you have four dials and you need them all to point in the same direction? The problem is, rotating one also rotates another, possibly in the opposite direction. So there’s some fiddling involved to correct any over-rotation that happens. These are not my favorite puzzles and if you offered me an…

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Meteorfall: Muldorf the Necrodude Walkthrough Guide

Meteorfall: Journey By: Eric Farraro (Slothwerks) One of my favorite games that released this year is Slothwerks' dungeon crawling deck builder, Meteorfall. I put a lot of hours into it, climbing up the leaderboards to the top during beta, but pushed down a bit after the full release. I wrote a guide to help folks build the best decks for each character and reviewed the game here. Since then, the developer has…

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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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