Puzzle Craft 2 Review: It’s Good To Be The King

Developer AT Games has been perfecting the puzzle-simulation hybrid for years. In the first Puzzle Craft, they combined addictive line-drawing match boards with an engaging city-building progression system. The 2014 follow-up, Another Case Solved, utilized similar gameplay in a noir-themed setting that favored puzzle variety over world construction. Their latest entry in the genre, Puzzle Craft…

Bears vs. Art Review: Clawed Monet

Sometimes you eat the bear, and sometimes the bear eats you. And sometimes the bear breaks into your museum and destroys all your valuable artifacts. This is one of thosetimes. Bears vs. Art puts players in the paws of furry iconoclast Rory as he exacts revenge upon the art world for destroying his woodland home…

Magnetic Balls Review

If you’re old enough, you might recall the thrill of an old arcade cabinet rotting in the corner of a local pizza place or laundromat, flashing game demos across its screen and promising fun while you wait for your underwear to dry. And if you do remember these modern fossils, you might also remember Bust-A-Move…

Lost Within Review: Scary Good

What is it with horror games and asylums? This is a question I’ve been asking myself a lot this week as I played through Lost Within, the first game from Amazon Game Studios to appear outside of their own ecosystem (though in addition to iOS, you’ll find it on Amazon Fire devices too). I suppose the…

Dungeon Link Review: A Link Between Genres

We are all connected in this great circle of life. Our fates are intertwined. Even the smallest actions we perform can create enormous waves in another person’s existence. This touchy-feely philosophy is applied triple-strength in Dungeon Link, an action / puzzle game from Gamevil. Heroes must team up and link attacks in order to take…

Odd Bot Out Review

The world we live in is an immense one and exploring it just feels natural for us. Odd Bot Out for iOS, iPhone, iPad, and Android from Martin Magni tries to bring a similar idea into the mix. Although instead of controlling ourselves, in this game we are in control of a robot and a…

Blockwick 2 Review: Maglyphicent

Blockwick 2 is a game that belongs on the display devices lining Apple Store walls as you walk in. I mean, make no mistake, Blockwick 2 also belongs on your device, and the device of any self-respecting puzzle fan, right this moment. With its satisfying tactility, impactful use of color, and peerless polish, it stands…