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Power Rangers Legacy Wars

Power Rangers Legacy Wars Android Timing Based Fighting Game Review

The Power Rangers just experienced a reboot in theaters this past weekend and shortly before that, we got a new mobile game. Power Rangers Legacy is sort of the “game based on the movie” release that we see in these instances. Sort of. While the new mobile game features the new characters, at least in […]

Apocalypse Meow Android Overhead Shooter Review

People. There are two types in this world, at least that is what dating sties tell us. Dog people and cat people. Well, cat people, after watching the introduction video for Apocalypse Meow, you have some explaining to do. Cats have attacked, and destroyed, the Earth and it is left up to man’s best friend […]

Batman Arkham Underworld

Batman Arkham Underground Android Game Review

Batman, the one movie franchise that DC Comics has going that is good. That is if he is on his own – so far, the teaming up thing has not worked out so well. Not nearly as well as it has for Marvel Comics and their Iron Man movie franchise. Anyhow, that is movies and […]

Photon Strike

Photon Strike Overhead Scrolling Android Shooter Review

Okay, anyone that knows me probably knows I suck at most scrolling shooters. At least today I do. Back in my younger days, around the early to mid-90’s, I was much better at them. At least I think I was. I probably sucked back then too. Anyhow, Photon Strike by Gamespire is my newest addiction […]

DomiNations Review

One area that mobile devices fail quite a bit at is the city building or civilization building genre. Sure, lately things have gotten better but we still do not have that Command and Conquer killer or Age of Empires replacement. Some games look promising but are limited by their requirements (I am looking your way […]

The Human Age by Noodlecake

Human Age Review on Android

Puzzle games. Ah, the good old standby that most developers, both commercially and homebrew independent types, pound into the ground. It seems since the early days of gaming puzzle games were going to be around. From Tetris to Columns to Flipull, puzzle games are staples of gaming. More recently we saw the popularity rise of […]

Alto's Adventure

Alto’s Adventure Review, Endless Runner Worth Your Time

Okay, who hates endless running games by now? I know I had my fill of them within a few months of getting my first Android device years ago. That bias has not stopped me from checking out Alto’s Adventure though. I mean, come on, this is a Noodlecake release, so for me, it required at […]

WWE Champions Android

Review – WWE Champions

The WWE have been after that elusive successful mobile game for years. Well, let me differentiate things a bit here: I don’t consider the PlayStation Portable and PS Vita or Nintendo DS and 3DS “mobile” platforms. Those are portables. Mobile devices to me are cell phones. Okay, with that out of the way, onwards with […]

Tiny Station 2 Android

Review – Tiny Station 2

Tiny Station 2 is the follow up to the successful time management game pitted players in the position of managing a car repair shop. What started with the success of Diner Dash mixed with a mechanic shop is now even more hectic and fun. Elite Games have improved on the stuff that needed it and […]

HERO Unit Android

Review – HERO Unit on Android

Text adventures use to be the games of choice if you played on a computer. Now, whether this was because that is all most early computers could muster is the subject of another article. With the conversion to mobile devices, which do not have physical keyboards, text adventures have taken a new direction. Gone are […]

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