ΓÇÿTownscaperΓÇÖ iOS Review: Like Putty in Your Hands

Townscaper By: Raw Fury / Oskar St╬ô├╢┬úΓö£├ªlberg I don't normally have a lot of patience for city builders. Even the game I'm spending the most time with these days, Genshin Impact, gives each player their own mini world to decorate as they wish, with tons of assets used throughout the game. Everything looks great and I see others creating gorgeous landscapes and villages. But I only place down some useful items I…

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ΓÇÿThe Longest Road on EarthΓÇÖ Review: Life Simulator

The Longest Road on Earth By: Raw Fury / Brainwash Gang / TLR Games The recent lawsuit between Apple and Epic Games brought up the age-old question of what makes a game a game. Does there need to be a challenge? A score? I'm a firm believer that anything can be a game, but that doesn't mean that I love every walking simulator or never get bored by games with little interactivity.…

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ΓÇÿKingdom Two CrownsΓÇÖ iOS Review: Long Live the Queen!

Kingdom Two Crowns By: Raw Fury Back in 2017 when Kingdom: New Lands (KNL) made its way over to iOS, I was impressed with the gorgeous pixel art, eerie soundtrack, and even the core gameplay loop. I liked the combination of actively running around to manage a kingdom, but not having to micromanage every worker. And while the short day and night cycles could be stressful, it kept the game moving at…

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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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Bad North: Jotunn Edition – Walkthrough Guide and Gameplay Videos

Bad North: Jotunn Edition By: Raw Fury / Plausible Concept Bad North: Jotunn Edition is a real-time strategy game by Plausible Concept and Raw Fury. It's a ton of fun, but can be challenging, especially while you're first starting out. So this walkthrough guide should help you if you're having trouble. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. Tips & Tricks: - If you want a less stressful…

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The Mosaic: Complete Walkthrough Guide

The Mosaic By: Raw Fury / Krillbite Studios The Mosaic is a new narrative exploration game by Raw Fury and Krillbite studios. It's not a particularly difficult game, but I do think it's easy to miss some things, so this walkthrough should help you avoid that. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. Walkthrough: Part 1: Part 2: Part 3: Part 4, The End: And that's everything!

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Giveaway: Win 1 of 5 iOS Copies of Point-and-Click Adventure ΓÇÿWhispers of a MachineΓÇÖ

Whispers of a Machine By: Raw Fury / Clifftop Games / Faravid Interactive [Update, 4/25/2019: The giveaway has ended and all winners have been sent their codes. Thanks to all participants and keep an eye out for the next giveaway!] Whispers of a Machine is the latest point-and-click adventure from Kathy Rain developer, Clifftop Games. You take on the role of Vera Englund, a secret agent tasked with solving a string of…

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ΓÇÿWhispers of a MachineΓÇÖ Review: You Are What You Say

Whispers of a Machine By: Raw Fury / Clifftop Games / Faravid Interactive I always appreciate when we mobile gamers get a game at the same time as other platforms, especially when it's something that took a lot of time and effort to make. There's no shortage of free, shallow hidden object games in the App Store, but the full-blown, satisfying point-and-click adventures usually get ported over months or years later, if…

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