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Huawei Ascend XT Review, On Sale For $50 on Black Friday

Huawei Logo

I used to be a ZTE guy. My last three phones were all ZTE devices except for that foray into Windows Phones with Nokia Lumia devices (a 521 on T-Mobile and a 635 on AT&T). Now, I am a Huawei

Make Hexa on Android Review, ZTE ZMAX 2 Device

Make Hexa Android puzzle

I am a huge fan of just a few genres of gaming. Brawlers (Final Fight, Streets of Rage, etc), Full Motion Video (stop laughing) and puzzle games (Tetris, Columns, Tetris Attack, etc) are all at the top of my gaming

Review – Angry Birds Blast on Android

Angry Birds Blast

Rovio are certainly keeping the Angry Birds license alive and active in the gaming world. We saw quite a bit of saturation with the original, physics based, model and we are seeing more branching out now. The Angry Birds group

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 – 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

Open World Role Playing Game The Quest Released for Android

Okay, with the advent of mobile devices and their respective stores it is obvious some genres are simply lacking.  While there are countless puzzle games, match 3 affairs and “can we stop with it already” endless runners populating iTunes and

Pokemon GO Introduces Daily Rewards

Pokemon GO logo

Pokemon GO was, and still is in many places, a phenomenon that holds gamers attention.  The notion of traversing the real world while playing a game is still somewhat new territory for both gamers and game publishers.  That is why

New Psychological Horror Mobile Game, Sara is Missing, Available Now

Everyone knows about “found footage” horror movies such as the Blair Witch.  That is a genre that goes back to the early days of video cameras being cheap enough for the average person to buy them.  Sara is Missing brings

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

Review – Tap ‘n’ Slash Android Role Playing Game

Usually, I start reviews with a bit of the back story of the game but Tap ‘n’ Slash has no backstory.  Take this in a good way- who remembers the backstory of, say, Doom?  Who cared?  Tap ‘n’ Slash is

Review – Fit in the Hole Android Game

I have to wonder if at least some inspiration for Fit in the Hole by Ketchapp was drawn from Fox’s short lived television show, Hole in the Wall.  First, those who know me know I am not a fan of endless

Review – 2048 Knight Android Game

The land is over run with creatures and you must take up arms and defeat them before life as you know it is eradicated.  That is pretty much the backstory for 2048 Knight.  As you can tell from the name,

Frozen Free Fall Icy Shot Review – Disney Meets Peggle

Disney is one of those companies that seems to not be able to do wrong.  From movies to television shows to games and the related merchandise, Disney is viewed in quite a positive light.  Even when pulling slightly more than

Stormblades Review- Android Quick Time Event Action Adventure

Remember those Quick Time Events from the God of War series?  Stormblades is basically a whole game of them.  This works quite well on mobile, touch screen, devices- much better than expected actually.  While this is not the first time