Bloki: Gameplay Video and Impressions

Bloki By: Maksymilian Michalski Im always eager to try new puzzle games, especially when they look so different from anything I've ever played that I'm not entirely sure what's happening in the trailer. Bloki is one such game, and it also has portrait move going for it, so it can be played with one hand. In case you were also confused by the trailer, let me explain how it works. Basically, you're…

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I Tried ‘Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery’ So You Don’t Have To – Gameplay and Impressions

Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery By: Jam City, Inc. I admittedly didn't have very high hopes for Jam City's Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, knowing it's free-to-play game with plenty of micro transactions. Just by seeing how many in-app purchases (IAPs) the game already sold, I could tell it would be a problem. But part of me -- the Harry Potter fan part -- was still hoping that a juggernaut like Warner Bros.' massively…

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The Mooseman: Gameplay Videos and Walkthrough Guide

The Mooseman By: Vladimir Beletskiy  This is a complete walkthrough guide for the iOS, Android and PC adventure game, The Mooseman, by Vladimir Beletsky. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. See my Mooseman review. Walkthrough: Part 1: Part 2: Part 3: Part 4 (Ending): And that's everything!

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‘Candleman’ iOS Review: A Flickering Light in the Darkness

Candleman By: Spotlightor & CMGE  You'd be hard-pressed to find a game that embraces its theme so completely as Spotlightor's Candleman. You play as the titular character, a candle on two legs. He's on a search for meaning and discovers a lighthouse, then decides he wants to shine as bright as that lighthouse. He travels there through places like a dusty old library piled with books, a rocking ship with deadly…

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Never Stop Sneakin’: iOS Gameplay Videos and Impressions

Never Stop Sneakin' By: Humble Hearts LLC Humble Hearts' Never Stop Sneakin' released a little over a month ago on PC and one of the complaints was that it felt like a mobile game. So when it made its way over to iOS this week, that wasn't necessarily a reason not to buy it. I was curious about its top-down stealth gameplay with simplified one-finger controls, especially since it could be played…

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‘JoinDispatch’ is Like Uber But for Emergency Response Services (Review)

JoinDispatch By: Kyle McCullough (SpectreVision)  Not sure what to do with your life? Do you want to make a difference in the world but don't have the training, or the time and money for an education? Thanks to a trend started by Uber, experience isn't an issue as long as your standards are low. The new Dispatch Emergency Response Service is the latest company offering people the freedom of self-employment without…

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Umiro: Review and Gameplay Videos

Umiro By: Devolver Digital & Diceroll Studios From the moment I saw some GIFs and screenshots of Diceroll Studios' Umiro, I knew I needed to play it. I didn't know much about the gameplay itself other than that it's a puzzle game with unique mechanics. But, besides the artwork, I liked that everything appeared to take place on one screen in portrait mode, and it looked like the perfect one-handed iPhone game.…

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My Week Unwrapped: March 27, 2018 – Candleman, Samsara, Hyperforma, Bigfoot Quest, Kleptocats 2 and More

Hi everyone and welcome to the latest installment of My Week Unwrapped, where I go over the games I've been playing these last seven days. The earlier part of the week was a bit slow, so I caught up on some games I'd been meaning to start or finish. But today we had some exciting releases that are worth checking out. I have some full write-ups for them, so I won't say…

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