Category: Mobile Review

Welcome back to MOBILE GAMES YOU MIGHTA MISSED. This week’s #MGYMM is Nonstop Knight, a free to play game available on iOS and Android. Nonstop Knight is a grinding dungeon-crawler game that’s all about getting as far as you can. Your character moves and fights on their own, allowing you to just worry about upgrading […]

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Welcome to our first installation of Mobile Games You Mighta Missed – our section where I talk about and review some, well, Mobile Games that you might have missed. This week we have the hottest game to hit the shelves since Pokemon Go – Magikarp Jump. This game makes a hero out of Pokemon’s most […]

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Before I dive into this review, I have a cautionary tale that is related and ties into my overall score: One fine day, well over a month ago, I was browsing the eShop for a new title to play on my 3DS. It was then that I stumbled upon SteamWorld Heist by Image and Form. […]

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When I think of gameplay control schemes I prefer, touchscreen isn’t high on the list. And neither is Star Fox Zero\’s dual screen setup for that matter. Sure, I’ve played my fair share of iOS games, but before long I found myself coming back to my 3DS and Vita. There’s just something about physical controls […]

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I am Bread

I am Bread has so much potential. The idea is quirky and the game is filled with fun moments. Unfortunately there are things holding it back from being the game I wanted it to be. You start each level as a slice of bread who longs to become toast. The first level has you trekking […]

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Bastion is a game that proves compelling titles can come from a small independent team. Visually the game is gorgeous with it’s hand painted art style and colorful palette thanks to Jen Zee. Not only are the visuals a sight to behold but the audio work and soundtrack are brilliant and what the composer refers […]

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Q*Bert Rebooted

Qbert is an old timeless arcade classic. It enjoyed it’s time back with other classics like Pac-Man, Space Invaders, and Donkey Kong. Even after over two decades the little orange guy is still a rather recognizable character, however, this is more as a pop culture symbolism of arcade classics. He made an appearance in movies […]

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I’m not sure why I kept going back to Unmechanical: Extended the way I did. There is next to no story or dialogue and the campaign length is only a few hours. The controls are simple, you use either joystick to move a hovering robot and use either of the shoulder/trigger buttons to pick up […]

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