Tag Archive: Game


Noah Camera takes your selfie game to a new level (review)

Overview: Noah Camera is a camera app designed to enhance your photos and selfies with filters and allow you to easily share them on social media and with friends. Developer: JP Brothers, Inc. Cost: Free (with ads) Impressions: Noah Camera is a camera app designed to enhance your photos and selfies with filters and allow

Slither.io brings the popular browser game to Android (Review)

Overview: Slither.io is a port of the popular browser game of the same name. While it can be a challenging multiplayer experience, it’s simple and fun to play over and over again. Developer: Lowtech Studios Cost: Free (With ads, $ 3.99 ad-free version) Impressions: Slither.io is already a well-established and popular browser game on desktop computers.

Nintendo’s next mobile game lands on Android Feb 2 [update]

They’ll figure it out eventually, right?

Update: A tweet from Nintendo’s main Twitter account has clarified that Fire Emblem will launch for both Android and iOS on the quoted date of February 2. Hooray!

Original story: Nintendo is following quickly behind the launch of Super Mario Run with another mobile title from its coveted IP. Instead of focusing on turning a popular game into a weird, single-hand mobile spin, we’re getting a strategy game backed by  [Read More…]

Nintendo’s next mobile game is also not coming to Android first

They’ll figure it out eventually, right?

Nintendo is following quickly behind the launch of Super Mario Run with another mobile title from its coveted IP. Instead of focusing on turning a popular game into a weird, single-hand mobile spin, we’re getting a strategy game backed by a rich heritage. The next game will be Fire Emblem: Heroes, and if you were hoping this launch would be iOS and Android simultaneously, you’re about to be disappointed.

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Build the next big multiplayer game with this $39 coding bundle (Deal of the Day)

Have you ever looked at a game and thought, “man, I could have created that if I knew how to code”? You’ve got great ideas but just don’t know anything about developing or creating an app. And, because everything old is new again, retro graphics are back in style. That means games like Minecraft, Crossy

GoNNER for NVIDIA Shield TV review: A beautiful game with infinite challenges

The NVIDIA Shield Android TV box is getting a boost of firepower with the release of GoNNER.

Call me old-fashioned, but there’s nothing more that I love than a well-made 2D platformer. Throw in frantic gunplay, procedurally drawn levels, and roguelike elements and you’ve got GoNNER, the latest noteworthy addition for the NVIDIA Shield Android TV box. Developed by Art in Heart and published by Raw Fury Games, it’s an incredibly stylish action-platformer that’s reminiscent of games  [Read More…]

Daydream VR game Unthethered makes your voice the controller

Consider, if you will, if a comic book and a radio drama had a VR baby …

New Daydream VR title Untethered is a new take on the VR game, mixing in comic and radio elements to craft an episodic video game you talk your way through. Forgoing a lot of clumsy virtual controls, you navigate the game using your voice and a laser pointer.

The nostalgia factor is  [Read More…]

Rodeo Stampede: Sky Zoo Safari – A really long name for a really cool game (App Review)

I am constantly looking for my next mobile gaming fix because I have a job that has a lot of “hurry up and wait” moments. I need games that I can play a few rounds of while waiting for a client, or that I can put away and ignore at a moments notice when the day

stayZen is a zen-style game that may actually calm you (review)

Lots of Android games want to wow you with crazy, hair-raising action, speed, and wild graphics. Their mission is to pull you in with the promise of a frenetic pace, testing your reflexes and concentration in the face of unrelenting distractions. stayZen is an Android game that tries to go in another direction. This is a

Werewolves Within review: the addictive VR party game is here!

Time to ferret out those pesky werewolves. {.intro}

Living in a small village is usually pleasant. Or well. It was, until the Werewolves started showing up and eating everybody. That’s why we’ve called this town meeting. Here, at the table it’s time to discuss the unpleasantry that’s been going on, and get to the bottom of things. The only problem is that the Werewolves are living amongst us, and they look no different than anybody else who  [Read More…]