Tag Archive: Game


Mortal Skies 3: Excruciating difficulty on top of a fun game (Review)

Overview Mortal Skies 3: World War 1 puts you in the seat of your own aircraft, with only one goal in mind: to destroy all your enemies while avoiding your own death. Developer Erwin Jansen also added several elements to make the gameplay more fun and varied, such as power-ups, different types of ships and

Ukemi Ninja: This game should head back to the dojo (Review)

Overview Ukemi Ninja is a platforming adventure game where you guide a ninja through obstacles and opponents to save the local villages. Developer: NotskiGames Cost: Free (with ads and microtransactions) Highlights A lot of items and tools Floaty, difficult to control Relatively short Impressions Ukemi Ninja seems harmless enough on the surface. It has vibrant

Penguin Run, Cartoon: A simple, addicting game for all (Review)

“Everything Should Be Made as Simple as Possible, But Not Simpler.” – Albert Einstein Overview Maybe quoting Einstein is a bit much, but it does not get simpler than this game. Penguin Run, Cartoon, a fun little game where you tap the screen to avoid obstacles or to eat fish, bewilders you by its simplistic

Operation Dracula – An amazing game marred by difficulty and price (Review)

At the end of the Vampire Wars, the Dracula Spear, the pivotal weapon developed by wizards to defeat Dracula, was split apart between four nations as a sign of victory and alliance. It is present day. Each of the four nations has received a message saying “Bring the Dracula Spear, and you will be given

Acclaimed PC and console game Never Alone will make its way to Android

E-Line Media will launch Never Alone: Ki Edition, the mobile adaptation of the acclaimed PC and console adventure game, on June 23. In addition, Android players will have the chance to check out a pre-release version of the game via the Google Play Early Access program.

Here’s a quick description of Never Alone:

Play as a young Iñupiat girl and an arctic fox as they set out to find the source of the eternal blizzard which threatens the  [Read More…]

The Pokémon Trading Card game arrives for Android tablets

The official Pokémon Trading Card game is now available for Android tablets. The card game lets you collect and do battle with a wide variety of digital Pokémon cards, each featuring Pokémon from the various eras of the franchise. You can build your collection through booster packs, and easily transfer your progress between the Android and web versions of the game with your Pokémon Trader Club account.

The Pokémon Trading Card Game features  [Read More…]

Ninja Pug: The name sounds cooler than the game (Review)

When I first saw Ninja Pug in the Play Store, I said to myself, “Yes, I want to be an awesome ninja pug and kick the crap out of other ninja dogs.” But no, that is not at all what this game is about. Ninja Pug, by developer Taldius, is a game about a ninja

Hungry Shark World goes viral [Hot Game!]

Become the apex predator in Ubisoft’s latest trending game for Android — Hungry Shark World.

Hungry Shark World dropped into Android and iOS app stores on May 7, amassing over 10 million downloads in less than a week. Developed by Ubisoft Entertainment, it has quickly risen to the top of the free app charts — and for good reason!

The game is incredibly fun to dive into. You play a free-roaming shark with an insatiable  [Read More…]

Motorola may be stepping into the modular phone game with the Moto X this year

According to a new report, Motorola’s rumored upcoming Moto X may follow in the footsteps of the LG G5 and go modular. Sources are saying there are six modules, called Amps, that can bring anything from stereo speakers to a bigger battery and even a pico projector. This report follows up on a recent leak which showed off various renders of what is said to be this year’s Moto X.

From VentureBeat’s report:

Motorola has at least  [Read More…]

Two Roads takes the endless running game into a new direction (review)

If you’ve played the likes of the Subway Surfers and Temple Run series of games (lord knows our house has), you may like the game “Two Roads” by Al Kamil Softech. Two Roads takes this well-worn genre and moves it into a new direction— up! To get the game, simply head over to the Play