Square Valley: Walkthrough Guide

Square Valley By: Ryan Becijos / rycekube Square Valley is a world-building puzzler from Ryan Becijos in which you need to place tiles down on a grid, considering how it interacts with other tiles around it. The goals are the same for each level but the layout will be randomized, so you can't copy my solutions exactly. But hopefully these videos will help you if you're stuck on a specific level. Feel…

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‘Railroad Ink Challenge’ Review: On the Right Track

Railroad Ink Challenge By: Horrible Guild I don't play a ton of board games these days, but I do appreciate when one adapts well to digital form, especially mobile. Horrible Guild's Dragon Castle is one example, and it was designed so well that I knew to be on the lookout for any future games from the developer. Railroad Ink Challenge is their latest and it's adapted perfectly to mobile devices, working in…

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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…

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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…

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