The Stillness of the Wind: Walkthrough Guide, Tips and Tricks

The Stillness of the Wind By: Surprise Attack Games / Lambic Studios / Memory of God The Stillness of the Wind is the follow-up to Where the Goats Are, a slow and quiet game about tending to a small goat farm. The original game has never been available on iOS, so it will take some experimenting to figure out what things do if you've never played either game before. There aren't really…

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The Horns: Walkthrough Guide, Tips and Tricks

The Horns By: Fluttermind LLC The Horns is the latest game by Fluttermind, the developer of Incoboto Mini. It's a horror choice-based text RPG in which you need to pick up items, figure out when to use them, and make difficult choices to survive. Not everything is obvious, so I'm putting together a little guide to help players jump in without having to waste too much time learning the ropes. Feel free…

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‘Roterra – Flip the Fairytale’ Review: Cube Valley

Roterra - Flip the Fairytale By: Dig-It Games I'm always on the lookout for the next great puzzle game, so when I saw news of Roterra a few months back, I knew it was something I had to play. The game was created by Dig-It, a woman-owned studio, and it stars a woman named Angelica, the rightful queen of the land of Roterra. After her brother, Orlando, steals her throne and chases…

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‘BACKFIRE’ Review: Evil Lies in Evil Eyes

BACKFIRE By: Joel Rochon / GRYN SQYD It will probably come as no surprise to those who frequent this site that I tend to prefer my games relaxed and thoughtful instead of fast-paced and chaotic. So if I stick with one that gets my heart racing and stresses me out, you know it's something special. That's definitely the case with the hardcore arena shooter, BACKFIRE. I fell in love from the first…

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Christmas and Holiday 2018 iPhone and iPad Games Sales and Freebies

If you didn't catch the Thanksgiving and Black Friday sales and were hoping to still get some great deals on games, you're in luck! Christmas is still almost two weeks away, but the sales have already started rolling in. So if you're tapped out from buying all the best gifts for your friends and family, you can still scrape together the change you find between your couch cushions and grab some dirt…

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‘Euclidean Skies’ Review: Here There Be Dragons

Euclidean Skies By: kunabi brother GmbH / Miro Straka I'll be honest here. As much as I like puzzle games, I've never been very good at Rubik's Cube. So when Miro Straka's Euclidean Lands released last year, I was excited about it, as it was a very unique game, but I had a bit of a rough time with some of the harder levels, especially the bosses. I eventually managed to complete…

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The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands – Review and Gameplay Videos

The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands By: Xigma Games As someone who liked the idea of Raw Fury's Kingdom: New Lands more than actually playing it, I was still very much looking forward to Xigma Games' The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands. My biggest issue with Kingdom was having to start over from scratch every time I messed up. It's hard to even know you're not doing well until you get to a point where you're…

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Rogue Hearts: Gameplay Videos and Impressions

Rogue Hearts By: NINETAIL Co., Ltd These days, I tend to avoid games that have micro transactions for in-game currency or items, especially consumables. So I almost didn't buy NINETAILS' turn-based RPG, Rogue Hearts when I saw that you can buy gems with real cash. But I really liked the screenshots and description of the game, so I finally caved, figuring $0.99 isn't much to gamble on it. It turns out, I…

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