Glitch Games’ “A Short Tale” Scheduled to Release Later This Month

A Short Tale By: Glitch Games **Update: The game now has a release date of February 11th! I finished the game a little while back and I think room escape fans will really enjoy it. There are some devious puzzles! And don't worry -- I'll remind you when the game is officially out. :) ** I somehow missed the news that Glitch Games have been working on -- and nearly finishing --…

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Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise Review: Hunt Down Enemy Spies in Style

Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise By: Yak & Co. I had been eagerly awaiting the release of Yak & Co.'s Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise ever since I saw the first trailer for it. The art style and voice acting were what immediately caught my attention, as well as the lighthearted 60's spy thriller tone. It actually released sooner than I expected, although only the first part of the game…

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iOS Puzzler Go To Gold 2 is Out and It’s Free to Try

Go To Gold 2 - Chinese Puzzle By: Timur Nigmetzianov I didn't call this a review, because it's not so much a review as a love letter to the developer. I haven't even gotten that far into the game yet. I just feel the need to shout from the rooftops how much I love what Timur Nigmetzianov does with his games. He respects his players, and that's rare in an App Store…

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Puzzle Game Magic Flute by Mozart Scheduled for Release on Sept 24th

Magic Flute by Mozart By: Lab Like **Update: The game is now live. You can read my review here and see my walkthrough here.*** A while back, I saw a short preview of the 3D puzzle game, Magic Flute by Mozart. I hadn't heard anything about it in a while, so I had almost forgotten about it. It turns out the developers, Lab Like, have been working hard on the game and…

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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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“The Guides” is a DNBHL-like Puzzle Game Coming to iOS August 17th

The Guides By: Luke Lisi and Kevin Bradford I was recently lamenting the fact that I haven't seen too many mobile games lately that were designed specifically around mobile devices. Joel McDonald's wonderful Prune is what got me thinking about all the games that originally got me into iPhone gaming, the ones that made my iDevice feel magical. Then, out of the blue, I get an email about this puzzle game called…

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Prune Review: A Deceptively Challenging Piece of Puzzle Art

Prune By: Joel Mcdonald My first impression of Prune was that it's going to be more art than game. I got some very strong Monument Valley vibes from it, especially with its minimalistic icons and very similar camera feature. That would be fine, as I do love games as art. But as I progressed, the levels got significantly more challenging. Like any good puzzle game, it throws new elements at you every…

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