Giveaway: Win a Free iOS or Android Copy of ‘Meteorfall: Krumit’s Tale’

Meteorfall: Krumit's Tale By: Slothwerks / Eric Farraro (UPDATE: The giveaway has now ended and the winners have been sent their codes. Thanks to everyone who participated!) I wrote about Slothwerks' card-based dungeon crawler, Meteorfall: Krumit's Tale, a month ago when I first started playing the beta version, and had a lot of positive things to say. Since then, I've spent quite some time with it, though I'm still honing my skills.…

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‘Meteorfall: Krumit’s Tale’ Now in Its Beta Stage on iOS and Android (Preview Inside)

Meteorfall: Krumit's Tale By: Slothwerks / Eric Farraro I know I say this a lot and some of you may be sick of hearing it, but Slothwerks' Meteorfall: Journeys is still one of my favorite games and one I return to every day. So you can imagine I was excited about a spiritual sequel that takes place in the same universe and features the same heroes. I was disappointed that Meteorfall: Krumit's…

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Slay the Spire: iOS Review and Gameplay Videos

Slay the Spire By: MegaCrit / Humble Bundle One of the genres I've really gotten into in the last few years is the card-based roguelike. If designed well, they can be the perfect fit for iOS, since they focus on strategy rather than reflexes and therefore should be playable just about anywhere. Slothwerks' Meteorfall is a superb mobile-centric version that I still play every day. So it was hard to ignore all…

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‘Twinfold’ Review: Twice the Risk, Twice the Reward

Twinfold By: Kenny Sun I'm a big fan of swipe-based roguelikes and high-score chasers that feel perfectly designed to play on an iPhone. It's amazing how innovative mobile developers can get using swipes as the primary input from a player. I don't know if Threes! was the first game to have the whole board shift with each swipe, all pieces moving in the same direction. But since then, many developers have incorporated…

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‘Into The Dark : Narakan’ Review – The Scariest Monsters Are the Bugs

Into The Dark : Narakan By: ORC PUNK, LLC I'd been looking forward to Into The Dark : Narakan ever since it appeared in the pre-order section of the App Store, as its stylish minimalistic artwork helped it stand out. I also liked the idea of a portrait mode, turn-based adventure game with roguelike elements. Knowing there was an endless mode also got me excited, as often I get absorbed in a…

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Sproggiwood for iOS Review: A Nearly Flawless Roguelike

Sproggiwood By: Freehold Games, LLC I don't play too many roguelikes, not because I don't like the gameplay, but because I'm a bit of a stickler for graphics. I don't need all my games to have Infinity Blade-level graphics, but I need more than just a few pixels that might or might not resemble a person. I like games that entertain my senses and look like art. And in that regard, Sproggiwood,…

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The Nightmare Cooperative: Review

The Nightmare Cooperative By: Lucky Frame [DKB url="https://www.appunwrapper.com/NCoop" text="Download" title="" type="" style="" color="green" width="" opennewwindow="" nofollow=""] Nightmare Cooperative is a roguelike puzzle game with RPG elements that was first available on PC, but is now out for iOS devices. The game is perfect for one-finger playing on-the-go, that I honestly can't see playing it any other way. If you're looking for a hardcore mobile game with depth, this just might be the…

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