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TryGuessThis game review

Try Guess This is the latest app released by the developers Fruitbar Entertainment.

If you are a fan of puzzle guessing games then this game will certainly appeal to you. Upon first playing the game reminded me very much of the popular “Draw Me” game however this one had a huge difference – instead of drawing this game used photos!

Furmins

08 Dec 2013

Furmins game review

The players have the role of the furmins who need to save their king no matter what. The furmins have to reach the basket form their starting position at the end of each level.

Basically, the players set up a level hoping that the furmins make it through the end, hit play, the wait for the outcome. When you set up your level, just hit the play button on the top corner, and then you can see your furmins come out of their home, the real fun begins.

Cut the Rope game review

Every once and a while a truly different and innovative game is released that brings it to the top of the pack when it comes to pass times. It doesn’t happen very often but when it does its great. Scribblenauts is one of those games.

While the game utilizes the same mechanics as pretty much every other platform game, it introduces true innovation in the ability to create new objects that interact with the level so that you can complete it.

Cubis Creatures game review

If you are a fan of puzzle apps for the iPhone then this is the game for you. The game can be played on both iPhone and iPad is a charming little game which is suitable for younger players, of interest to puzzler fans and an all round fun game for all other players.

The combination of quirky illustrations and engrossing method makes a really entertaining game in which you must combine blocks of the cube together in order to score and get on to the next stage.

Incoboto

29 Nov 2013

Incoboto game review

Incoboto has you playing as a character named Inco, the last of the living on his planet, and most probably his entire galaxy. As the suns of his galaxy died out, life had no means from witch to grow or propagate.

In this puzzle game, developed by Fluttermind, you are tasked with tracking down stars to feed Helios, in his desperate, last ditch attempt to re-light the dead suns in the galaxy, and as such, to bring some life back to it.

Train Titans game review

Train Titans is a very simple game to play – on the surface of things. You have to guide trains of different colours into matching depots while making sure they avoid other trains on the track system.

You do this by laying out tracks in the most appropriate way, with bridges, switch tracks and suchlike. There are lots of power-ups, special buildings and obstacles, but the basic premise of getting your trains into the right depots is always the same.

Cavorite 2 game review

Dr. Cavor escaped from his captors and headed home. Unfortunately he almost immediately ran out of fuel and crash landed. Now the hapless scientist with the dodgy memory is on a mission to collect special crystals to refuel his ship and return to Earth.

Cavorite 2 sticks so closely to the action puzzle formula in the previous game that you might describe it as a 63-level continuation. If you enjoyed the first Cavorite, you’re in for a treat.

Kitten Sanctuary game review

The game revolves around the story taking place on “Kitten Island”. The player must participate through numerous stages in order to save 50 kittens which have been taken by extra terrestrials.

On each stage the player must have couple three articles, and it transpires that these articles are in fact articles of special ability which collate on the game. The aim of the game is similar to pairs.

Polymer

03 Nov 2013

Polymer game review

As with a majority of games which come under the puzzle genre they come with the impression the impression that the game is only entertaining if it is to be played in accordance to a strict list of criteria.

Whilst this game is not intended specifically for children, it only has one request and that is a shape within the game must not have incomplete sides or it can not be considered to be a shape.

MacGuffin’s Curse game review

This game is based on a werewolf and is a combination of both a puzzle and adventure game. The player is given the opportunity to change from a puny small robber into a massive, muscle bound werewolf.

Upon changing the character gains super strength powers and abilities and is also given the chance to revert back to his previous physical state. To the misfortune of MacGuffin the whole town in which he resides is on red alert looking for him.

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