Mobile

  • Final Fantasy Brave Exvius Trailer

    Embark on a new adventure with Final Fantasy Brave Exvius this Summer! Final Fantasy Brave Exvius, a brand-new Final Fantasy experience, will launch for FREE (with in-app purchases) on iOS and Android devices this summer. The title has already drawn in more than six million players in Japan and...
  • SteamWorld Heist – Review

    I’m not really a fan of turn-based strategy games. The idea of undoing several minutes worth of calculated and methodical planning with a single error of judgement or lapse in concentration doesn’t appeal to my gaming sensibilities. That being said, my reticence towards turn-based gameplay quickly evaporated just a few minutes into SteamWorld...
  • Adventures of Pip – Review

    With the rise of indie game development there has been a concurrent upswing in the number of retro platformers available on the market and they’ve quickly become a dime a dozen. Few are able to stand out from the crowd but Adventures of Pip from Tic Toc Games manages to...
  • Doggins – Review

    After catching a glimpse of the newest trailer for upcoming PC and mobile game Burly Men At Sea(which you can watch here), I reached out to husband and wife developer Brain&Brain to enquire about their game. Since Burly Men At Sea won’t be out until the end of the...
  • Letter Quest: Grimm’s Journey Remastered – Review

    Letter Quest: Grimm’s Journey Remastered from Canadian developer Bacon Bandit Games takes the best traits of word games and turn-based RPGs and combines them to make an excellent and addictive game that’ll have your inner logophile rejoicing. Available since 2014 on PC and mobile, Letter Quest: Grimm’s Journey Remastered...
  • Lifeline

    Big shout out to Chris Goodwin for bringing this game to my attention. Lifeline is really something else, impressively so but it doesn’t sound like it. A text based adventure, told through the character communicating directly with you with dialogue options and choices for you to make. As I...