Playworld Superheroes Review

here are very few games about play. Maybe that makes sense. The appeal of a game world is to live out experiences that one can’t in real life. Least among those experiences would be recreating the act that the player is already performing. Still, there’s something about childlike imagination-based play that video games are well-equipped…

Implosion – Never Lose Hope Review: A Cut Above

Implosion – Never Lose Hope is a bloody, top-down hack-and-slash action game from Rayark Incorporated. What’s interesting about Rayark releasing a game of this variety is that until now, they’ve been known for the calmer, gentler, type of mobile game. Take for example the cutesy farming game Mandora, or Deemo, a game about playing with music.…

Frontline Commando: WW2 Review – A Rank Above The Rest

My experiences with over-the-shoulder shooters on mobile have been average at best. From the clunky controls of Brothers in Arms 3 to the all-around dull Overkill 3, I have yet to play a shooter that I’ve felt comfortable completely recommending to my friends. At first glance, everything about Frontline Commando: WW2 looks to be another slog…

Adaline Review: Samurai Pizza Cats

Adaline is a game about stealth and cats. At first, this seems like a natural match-up. What animal or mineral is stealthier than cats? You never see them coming until they jump on top of you in the middle of the night and plop their butts down on your face (sometimes directly after using the…

Compass Point: West Review – Saddle Up, Cowpoke

I’ve always had one major problem with battle strategy games like Clash of Clans: Having to constantly recruit, train, and pay for expendable troops that disappear after a single use in battle, even if they don’t die. Where do they go? Do they receive an honorable discharge after one fight? Sweet deal for them, but…