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Check out the first gameplay video of Star Wars: Uprising, a mobile RTS set after the original trilogy

News By Glen Fox, 3 weeks, 3 days ago
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Guide a paper train around a living toyroom endlessly in Paper Toy Rush out now on iOS and Android

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Story Warriors is an interactive story featuring puzzles aplenty out now on iOS

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Dynasty War is a mobile RTS based on the Three Kingdoms period in China out now on iOS and Android

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Divide By Sheep iPad Review

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Hands-on with The Mesh, the stylish math puzzler

Feature By Peter Willington, 3 weeks, 6 days ago
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7 sometimes skillful runs from Crossy Road

Feature By Ananth Shastri, 4 weeks, 1 day ago
7 sometimes skillful runs from Crossy Road

Although some would argue otherwise, it’s not as though all free-to-play titles are terrible; it’s just that the vast majority do terrible things with the monetisation that means they turn out stinking worse than a dead skunk covered in rotten eggs. Thankfully, Crossy Road does not belong to that highly malodorous category, and is blessedly devoid of paywalls, timers, or ludicrous $100 in-app purchases. It also doesn’t hurt that Crossy Road is strong in both the visual and gameplay departments, making it an entertaining choice for replay-watching - a quality which is amply demonstrated in the videos below. As always, go ahead and post your own in the comments. I’ve…

8 epic and entertaining exploits from Krashlander

Feature By Ananth Shastri, 4 weeks, 1 day ago
8 epic and entertaining exploits from Krashlander

Krashlander's a weird one to write about - its controls are awkward and unpredictable, but the game itself is quite enjoyable to watch. In fact, while the unreliability of its mechanisms often makes playing Krashlander an exercise in frustration, said lack of control actually enhances the visual aspect. Most victories happen accidentally, and failures are just as amusing. That's why I've chosen a few of Krashlander's most unintentional triumphs - and spine-shattering disasters, of course - for this week's feature. Feel free to offer your own exploits in the comments; just don't claim you did anything on purpose, you fibber. 'Snow problem, just ski-ep trying! Physics-based gameplay? Yeah…

Heroki iPad Review

Review SEGA By Harry Slater, 4 weeks, 1 day ago
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Become the best drag racer in the city in Top Speed currently hurtling towards iOS, Android, and Windows Phone

News By Glen Fox, 1 month ago
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Hands-on with Magic Duels: Origins, a deeper look at deck building and monetisation

Feature By Peter Willington, 1 month ago
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Check out the first official iPad trailer of PC point and click adventure Fire headed to the App Store soon

News By Glen Fox, 1 month ago
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Advance Wars meet Splatoon (kind of) in Tactile Wars blasting its way to iOS soon

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Hands-on with Alphabear, in which we go into the w-o-o-d-s at night

Feature By Peter Willington, 1 month ago
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The Executive iPad Review

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