‘Meteorfall: Krumit’s Tale’ Now in Its Beta Stage on iOS and Android (Preview Inside)

Meteorfall: Krumit's Tale By: Slothwerks / Eric Farraro I know I say this a lot and some of you may be sick of hearing it, but Slothwerks' Meteorfall: Journeys is still one of my favorite games and one I return to every day. So you can imagine I was excited about a spiritual sequel that takes place in the same universe and features the same heroes. I was disappointed that Meteorfall: Krumit's…

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‘Circulous’ is the Latest Puzzle Game from ‘The Company Game’ Developer (Preview Inside)

Circulous By: Chain Reaction Games / gary gogis Teenaged developer, Chain Reaction Games, impressed me with his narrative-based puzzler, The Company Game, when it released two years ago. It cleverly had you using different features of your iPhone to solve puzzles and unlock more information about this strange organization called simply The Company. Now he's back with a new game that ties into the same world, named Circulous. It releases on August…

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Slay the Spire: iOS Review and Gameplay Videos

Slay the Spire By: MegaCrit / Humble Bundle One of the genres I've really gotten into in the last few years is the card-based roguelike. If designed well, they can be the perfect fit for iOS, since they focus on strategy rather than reflexes and therefore should be playable just about anywhere. Slothwerks' Meteorfall is a superb mobile-centric version that I still play every day. So it was hard to ignore all…

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‘The Almost Gone’ is an Innovative Adventure Game Coming June 25th (Preview Inside)

The Almost Gone By: Happy Volcano / Playdigious I've been looking forward to Happy Volcano's mysterious adventure game, The Almost Gone, for what seems like forever. From the first screenshot I saw of its low-poly dioramas, I knew I had to play it and have been watching closely for any news of its release. Now it's coming this month, on June 25th, to multiple platforms, and I was lucky enough to get…

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Kingdom Two Crowns: iOS Gameplay Videos

Kingdom Two Crowns By: Raw Fury Kingdom Two Crowns is finally out on mobile and I've already invested hours and hours into it through several save slots. This game has three different campaigns -- the regular one, Dead Lands, and Shogun. I've been messing around with all three as I get more familiar with things and learn the best strategies. This isn't meant to be a guide or anything, as I'm pretty…

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‘Sticky Terms’ is a Puzzle Game About Hard-to-Translate Words (Preview Inside)

Sticky Terms By: Kamibox / Philipp Stollenmayer Not long after releasing his "magnum opus," Song of Bloom, Philipp Stollenmayer is back with yet another puzzle game that breaks the mold. Sticky Terms releases March 2nd and has you combining parts of letters to make up words you've probably never heard of. The game features 150 different puzzles, each a scrambled word from all different languages. But what makes these words interesting is…

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Book of Demons: Tablet Edition – Gameplay Videos

Book of Demons: Tablet Edition By: Thing Trunk Thing Trunk's Book of Demons is a hack-n-slash dungeon crawler that originated on PC but was recently ported over to iPad. It feels great on touchscreens and does an impressive job at keeping things tense without making them ridiculously hard, at least on the Normal difficulty mode. I've been enjoying it a lot and decided to compile all my gameplay videos in one place.…

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Philipp Stollenmayer’s Trippy ‘Song of Bloom’ Scheduled for December 18, Preview Inside

Song of Bloom By: Philipp Stollenmayer / Kamibox Developer Philipp Stollenmayer, aka Kamibox, is hard to put in, well, a box. His games jump from genre to genre, and are often quirky and bizarre. Take Verticow, for instance, which has you tossing cows and other objects the farthest distance you can. I usually gravitate more toward his puzzle games, like supertype, which gives each letter of the alphabet a physical weight and…

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