Category: Mobile

Bridge Constructor: Portal Cross Platform Review

The multiple Bridge Constructor games have been an ongoing phenomenon in the gaming world since it’s initial release in 2011, and throughout it’s many subsequent releases. Each new rendition (playground, medieval, stunts) give gamers a new way to explore and prevail against challenges designed to test their limits and understanding of basic architecture. Many hilarious […]

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Malevolent Machines Review – A New Twist on an Old Classic

I love indie mobile games. Mobile gaming is growing in a big way; new processors bringing more complicated game builds to portable devices, and more developers seeing iOS App Store and Google Play Store as legitimate business platforms for hosting their content. All of this has led to some of the most innovative titles being […]

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#MGYMM: Nonstop Knight

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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#MGYMM – Magikarp Jump

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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SteamWorld Heist Review

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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Severed Review

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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UPDATE: Bastion Review

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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