‘Evergarden’ Review: Reap What You Sow

Evergarden By: Flippfly, LLC Flippfly, the makers of the heart-pumping reflex-based flyer, Race the Sun, are back with a new game where they're trying their hands at a more relaxed genre -- puzzles. Their latest endeavor, Evergarden, is an endless merging game that's mostly about the high score, but also about the journey there. Merging games aren't anything new to the App Store, but they usually come in the form of free…

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Apple Just Announced the End of Their Referral Program for Apps and Games

I really hate writing these behind-the-scenes posts, as it makes me uncomfortable and I never know how much sharing is too much. But once again, Apple has pulled the rug from under sites that drive traffic and sales to their App Store. Last time I had a big talk like this, it was because they decided to allow ad-blockers in mobile Safari. Now, they're not just indirectly hurting my income, but taking…

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‘Alto’s Odyssey’ Review: It’s Wall-to-Wall Excitement in this Off-the-Wall Adventure

Alto's Odyssey By: Snowman Back when Snowman's endless snowboarder, Alto's Adventure released in 2015, I lamented that such gorgeous artwork was being used on a runner, and not something more like an adventure game. It's not that I don't appreciate runners, but they're not my first choice in games. Despite that, I gave Alto a chance and had a great time with it, though I never completed all the levels. It got…

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‘Meteorfall: Journey’ Review: Swipe Right to Fight

Meteorfall: Journey By: Eric Farraro (Slothwerks) I spent so much time playing Asmodee Digital's solitaire card game, Onirim, in 2017, and it made me eager to seek out other games that are accessible and easy to play at any moment, but that require some tough choices weighing risk versus reward. Slothwerks' Meteorfall: Journey is the latest of these games and it combines the binary decision-making of Reigns with dungeon crawling. In Meteorfall,…

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Peregrin: Walkthrough Guide

Peregrin By: Domino Digital Limited This will be a complete walkthrough guide with help, hints, tips, tricks, answers and solutions for the iOS, Android and PC puzzle game, Peregrin, by Domino Digital Limited. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. Note: The game is very buggy at the moment and chapters are long if you end up stuck and having to restart. I'm likely going to suspend this…

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‘Flower’ iOS Review: A Source of Inspiration

Flower By: Annapurna Interactive (thatgamecompany) I never owned any PlayStation consoles, so even though thatgamecompany's relaxing Flower released back in 2009, I didn't get to play it until it arrived on iOS this week, eight years later. I wasn't really sure what to expect, as I haven't played anything by thatgamecompany, even their most popular, Journey. I was a little concerned about the tilt control scheme, as I usually avoid games with…

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Neo Angle: Walkthrough Guide and Solutions

Neo Angle By: Dropout Games This will be a complete walkthrough guide with help, tips, tricks, answers and solutions for the iOS and Android puzzle game, Neo Angle, by Dropout Games. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. Walkthrough: Levels 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 & 19: More coming soon!

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‘Linelight’ iOS Review: This Engrossing Puzzler Deserves the Limelight

Linelight By: BT Productions (My Dog Zorro) I heard about Brett Taylor's (aka My Dog Zorro) minimalistic puzzler, Linelight, briefly when it arrived on PC earlier this year. It looked interesting, but since I don't have much patience for playing on my PC, I forgot all about it. I didn't even know that the developer was porting it over to mobile until I saw it available in the App Store this week.…

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