Category Archives: Reviews

Ant-gravity: Tiny’s Adventure First Impressions Review

Puzzles, dimensions, collectibles, and 90 degree camera turns are common elements present in these type of puzzle games. Ant-gravity: Tiny’s Adventure is no different in this regard and, as such, meets the basics for the game well. Utilizing tight controls

The Forest is Awesome: First Impressions Review

You crash land while on a plane ride and find the passengers all dead. Suddenly, you’re thrust into a world of survival with only an axe and a guide. The whole world opens up to you in a lush forest

Spy on your Tenants: Beholder First Impressions Review

How far are you willing to work so you can feed your family? Are you willing to become a puppet to your government and betray those who you are meant to protect? What choices will you make and can you

Space Hulk: Deathwing Short Review!

A terrifyingly haunting environment and a boat load of aliens is what you can expect from Space Hulk: Deathwing. Though often in Space Hulk, you’ll find yourself wondering what everyone in the game is talking about. This game is definitely

Mount & Blade: With Fire & Sword Review

Blast the face off your enemies with a musket that’s about as accurate as a blind man firing from 200m! This is what With Fire & Sword brought to the table when Mount & Blade got its current expansion out.

The Dwarves Fall Short in Combat (Review)

We recently discussed the release of The Dwarves here on Gravis Ludus with much anticipation and excitement. The game was based on the first book of the aptly named series. However, in spite of our hopes for the game, the

Farming Simulator 17 First Impressions Review

A few weeks ago, we covered the resounding success of Farming Simulator 17. The game sold one million copies in a very small time frame and is the most successful iteration in the series thus far. I recently acquired a

Review – Fairway Solitaire on Android

Fairway Solitaire

Solitaire games are a dime a dozen on the various app stores. We have covered one or two here and there such as Microsoft Solitaire (review here). While the Microsoft release featured many variations of Solitaire, Fairway Solitaire features one:

Review – Kill Shot Bravo on Android

Kill Shot Bravo

We don’t cover a lot of war related games here on Gravis Ludus. Mainly because there are simply so many of them that it is often hard to keep track of what is what. One that stood out to me

Review – Microsoft Solitaire Collection

Microsoft is slowly, but surely, removing any reason to own a Windows Phone. Early on, there were good reasons like Microsoft Word and Cortana to point at when Android and iPhone users would laugh at my Lumia 635. As the

Review – PinOut on Android

I am a closet pinball fan.  I suck at the real thing, but digitally, I have been addicted since Midnight Magic on the Atari 2600.  That is why I found it interesting that there is basically an endless pinball game

Review – Knight’s Tour on Android

Puzzle games are a dime a dozen on mobile platforms.  This is apparent by simply opening your favorite mobile game store – go ahead, try it.  While there is a deluge of match 3 games that hope to capture 1/1,000th

Review – Asphalt Xtreme

Gameloft have been quite prolific with their mobile gaming support.  They are one of the most varied publishers out there too.  Take Asphalt Xtreme for instance, this is not just another racing game as you will see from the video

Review – Evil Dead – Endless Nightmare on Android

If you are a fan of classic horror movies, at least the cult ones, then you are probably aware of Evil Dead.  Recently there was a remake released in the cinema world and with that, and modern marketing techniques, there

Savage Saturday: Genital Grinder by Ryan Harding

Do you like to be scared? Maybe you’ve worked your way through the back-catalogs of Stephen King and Dean Koontz, and now you want to read from a different letter of the alphabet for a while. Or maybe you’re feeling jaded

Friday Nightmares: Off Season by Jack Ketchum

Off Season cover

Do you like to be scared? Maybe you’ve worked your way through the back-catalogs of Stephen King and Dean Koontz, and now you want to read from a different letter of the alphabet for a while. Or maybe you’re feeling jaded