‘There is No Game: Wrong Dimension’ iOS Review – Strong Impression

There is No Game: Wrong Dimension By: Draw Me a Pixel Draw Me a Pixel's There is No Game: Wrong Dimension is one of those games that stayed in my peripheral vision for a while. I was slightly aware of it as something I should care about, but didn't really pay close attention until it was recently announced for mobile devices. The Jam Edition released first, as a short fifteen-minute taste of…

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‘The Procession to Calvary’ iOS Review: Killing of a Sacred Dick

The Procession to Calvary By: Joe Richardson Games When I reviewed Joe Richardson's point-and-click adventure, Four Last Things, back in 2018, I had tons of praise for it and stressed that I would love to see another game from the developer made in the same style, using Renaissance paintings for all the artwork. That wish was fulfilled this year with the release of a spiritual sequel called The Procession to Calvary, named…

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‘Orwell’s Animal Farm’ Review: Some Paths Are More Equal Than Others

Orwell’s Animal Farm By: Nerial / The Dairymen I know it's common these days for people to say "get politics out of my games," but personally I love social commentary in games as long as it's not shoehorned in. So it shouldn't come to much surprise that I was excited to play a game based on George Orwell's classic novella, Animal Farm, which is an allegory using animals to warn of the…

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‘Embracelet’ iOS Review: Don’t Slepp on This One

Embracelet By: Machineboy One genre I've been gravitating to more and more lately is the relaxing adventure game where you explore, talk to people, solve a few problems, maybe unravel a mystery, all without taxing your brain or reflexes too much. Developers also seem to be recognizing a desire for them, as we've been seeing a lot more of them, from OXENFREE to South of the Circle, and even the recently ported…

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‘The First Tree’ iOS Review: A Fox Tale

The First Tree By: David Wehle David Wehle's The First Tree has been on my radar ever since it was first announced. The environments looked gorgeous and inviting, and who doesn't want to play as a fox? I'm generally a fan of combat-free exploratory games, so it seemed right up my alley. Of course I was thrilled when I learned it was coming to mobile devices and I could finally be a…

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‘Lamplight City mobile’ Review: Stop and Smell the Lilies

Lamplight City mobile By: Grundislav Games / Application Systems As a mobile gamer, there are many times where I have to wait in order to properly enjoy a game I want to play. I'm usually willing to suffer through on my PC for a short game that's only a couple of hours long. But I'm more likely to abandon lengthier games and just hope they make it over to iOS one day.…

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‘All of You’ Review: Mother Clucker

All of You By: Alike Studio All of You, from Alike Studio, is the latest in their "You" series of puzzle adventure games. Their previous one, Bring You Home, is one of my absolute favorite games, and I always recommend it to people when they ask for something kid-friendly. It's similar to FRAMED, in that you manipulate the scene by swapping panels instead of directly controlling your character. It's playful, accessible to…

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‘Samorost 2’ iOS Review: More Amanita Magic Makes Its Way to Mobile

Samorost 2: 15th Anniversary Enhanced Edition By: Amanita Design Samorost 3 is one of my favorite games ever, but since I'm not a fan of playing on my PC these days, I never got to enjoy the first two games. I still haven't played the first, but thanks to a surprise release on its fifteenth anniversary, I finally got to experience Samorost 2 on my iPad. It's a short game that shouldn't…

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