Temper your expectations and you’ll find an engrossing adventure that pays homage to one of gaming’s greatest, never managing to step out of its shadow.
As a mobile game Mind The Blox II pushes all the right virtual buttons. It’s fun to play, easy to learn and difficult to put down. There is no reason why it shouldn’t be installed on your phone.
As another week goes by we’ve bore witness to another wannabe, apathetically passing off artistic lethargy as ‘minimalism’
A little while back we reviewed Squids Odyssey on the Wii U after its triumphant leap to consoles from the mobile world. This week we took a look at the 3DS version and well, it’s pretty much the same but smaller. Take that however you will.
Had our copy of the game not been subject to repeated crashes we’d have no problems with recommending Globlins.
Despite it’s zen-like appearance, and peaceful trailer, Kami is not an easy game. You would be forgiven for thinking that this game was created by ninjas as a diabolical torture device.
As previously mentioned in our PAX Prime Indie MEGABOOTH coverage, Dwarven Delve has now entered its kickstarter funding period. The Action-puzzle-crawler has already drummed up a lot of interest — and with good reason. With the ability to pick four of six dwarves each time you delve, it’s up to you to come up with a strategy to get in, get the loot and get out before the dungeon becomes the end of you. Dwarves are resourceful, and your party is no exception to this, with abilities ranging from damage buffs to misdirection to healing, you have the tools needed to make it, but do you have the noggin?
TinkerHouse Games was formed in 2011 by multiple veterans of the industry. With a wide range of experience between them and five titles already released — including Cthulu Saves the World and On the Rain-slick Precipice of Darkness — they are no strangers to development. Dwarven Delve is to be their latest release and it aims to be unique. Making a non-gimmicky twist on the Dungeon Crawler genre is a tough one, but Dwarven Delve manages to pull it off with its puzzle-like hex-spinning game-play.
In Jelly Jiggle, you play a cube of Jelly called “Jay”. Your goal is to work your way around puzzles and to the goal in 50 different levels across 3 different environments. If the puzzles get too hard, you can purchase items using Jelly Coins. These can be collected in-game or purchased.
Beyond just entertaining you, Dubai Delivery sets out to create a fun learning experience to raise awareness on Dubai culture and beyond that, it’s also a Puzzle game.