Kathy Rain: iOS Video Walkthrough

Kathy Rain By: Noio & Raw Fury This is a complete video walkthrough for the iOS, Android and PC point-and-click adventure game Kathy Rain by Noio & Raw Fury. It's divided into eight parts. The game itself is well-written, with top-notch voice acting and some interesting puzzles, but it does get weird near the end. Part 1: Part 2: Part 3: Part 4: Part 5: Part 6: Part 7: Part 8 (The…

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‘Samorost 3’ iOS Review: Gnome Man’s Sky

Samorost 3 By: Amanita Design I confess, it took me a little while to warm up to Amanita Design's Samorost 3. It's by far one of the most gorgeous games I've ever played, but for the first half hour or so I was frustrated due to poor signage. The game made me think something was part of a puzzle when it was just a toy. I spent 20 minutes on the first…

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Mystery of Shadow Hill: Walkthrough Guide

Mystery of Shadow Hill By: Squadventure The Mystery of Shadow Hill is Squadventure's second adventure game. It takes place in a school, with some strange things happening. While I liked their first, this one is more my speed. It's more relaxed, full of logic puzzles and no skill-based mini games. The artwork isn't as consistently impressive as in The Lost Chapter, but there are some really nice details. The story is intriguing…

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AppUnwrapper’s September 2015 iOS Games Roundup

I can't believe September has already come and gone, and with it the warm summer weather. And with the arrival of colder weather, I'm spending more time playing games. September was a pretty good month for me. I played a lot of great games and even added a few to my Recommended List. So, without further ado, I give you my September 2015 iOS games roundup: I'll start with the game that…

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Deponia iOS Review: Not the Hero I Was Looking For

Deponia By: Daedalic Last week, I played Dead Synchronicity, a disturbing point-and-click adventure that really sucked me in. As much as I liked it, I've been in the mood for something lighter like Broken Age. Deponia, by Daedalic, the same publisher for Dead Synchronicity, is a comedy and one that I was looking forward to playing based on the 2D hand-drawn artwork I had seen. Unfortunately, the game did not pull me…

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Dead Synchronicity: iOS Review

Dead Synchronicity By: Daedalic Entertainment GmbH Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today, by Daedalic Entertainment, is advertised as a dark, disturbing, dystopian point-and-click adventure, and it more than delivers on that promise. This is a game that's mostly devoid of humor and has you making some morally questionable decisions to "do what you gotta do" to get things done. The game starts with the protagonist waking up in in a trailer home in…

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Lara Croft GO: Complete Walkthrough Guide

Lara Croft GO By: Square Enix Montreal This is a complete step-by-step walkthrough guide with help, hints, answers and solutions for the iOS and Android game Lara Croft GO by Square Enix. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. You can see the outfits at the bottom. I will try to add relic locations if possible. See my Lara Croft GO review here. See my walkthrough for the…

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AppUnwrapper’s June 2015 iOS Games Round-up

I'm continuing the monthly round-up posts I started recently with the games I played in June 2015. I'll start with my favorite games, giving a short blurb about each, with any links to longer reviews for those who are interested. I played some great games in June, so I recommend reading through to the end. It will probably come as no surprise that Her Story by Sam Barlow takes the cake as…

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