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11 Nov 2013

Doptrix game review

When you first see Doptrix for Android you’ll think it’s just a remake of this classic Russian game Tetris, but it has one unique feature that makes it different. This game literally turns Tetris on its head.

Although Doptrix uses the same four-block shape moving premise as Tetris, it lets the player dictate the direction of play as they choose. It also lets players decide what angle and from which position a shape approaches the grid.

World of Goo game review

If any game was designed to be played on a touch-screen it’s World of Goo. It’s so simple to drag the little blobs and balls of goo around the screen to form structures like towers, tunnels and bridges that you don’t even need to think about it.

There are lots of levels in World of Goo that present players with challenges. They have to use the different colours of goo balls and their differing properties - some flammable, some bouncy, some floaty - to solve puzzles. 

City Of Secrets game review

City of Secrets is a fun little adventure and mystery game that people of all ages can enjoy playing.

The game is set up like a story, and each round is an episode. At the start of each episode, you go through some story text that tells you a little bit about what is going on in the game. The overall goal of this game is to help Rex and Mr. Mole save Poco Pane.

Shark Dash game review

Shark Dash consists of everything typical of the traditional romance story. The main character featured within the game is a play shark who is sharing a lovely swim with his sweetheart.

Unbeknown to these two love birds, some terrible rubber ducks are plotting to ruin their romance. They dive into the tub and capture the hero whilst the other ducks kidnap his girlfriend leaving him absolutely devastated.

Sprinkle Junior game review

There’s a water-based physics game called Sprinkle that’s been quite a hit, so the game makers at Mediocre decided to bring out a kid-friendly version, and they’ve done really well, too. 

At the heart of this reworking is the idea to keep all the Newtonian physics that make the original great fun, but without penalties and time limits. There’s little superficial difference between Sprinkle Junior and its big brother.


11 Sep 2013

Unolingo game review

Unolingo is an exciting new spin on the well-worn crossword puzzle genre that will have players addicted within minutes.

In Unolingo, you are presented with what appears to be a classic style crossword puzzle. In usual crossword puzzle fashion, some of the letters will already be filled in, while others will be awaiting you to fill them in.

100 Rooms

06 Nov 2013

100 Rooms game review

100 Rooms is one of the most popular games in the brain and puzzle category.

This is one of the most addictive and challenging games, which can keep you busy for a long time. The basic concept of the game is to unlock doors and proceed to the next room. For this, you have to find a way to do that.

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!


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.

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