Run-a-Whale, bought to you by Guillaume Loquin, is a side scrolling, screen tapping runner game. Think Jungle Run or Jetpack Joyride but with a frickin’ whale and you’ll be somewhere close. This game is free to play on Android and, as per usual, is available to download from the Google Play store. So let’s begin with the graphics. Il start by saying they are low poly. This, … Continue reading Run-a-Whale
So I thought that I would do a quick summary of my top 5 games that I have played so far this year. This might help you to decide what to play if you’re stuck in a bit of a rut. After all, is this not why I am here? This is not in any particular order, so take your pick. They are all awesome … Continue reading Best Mobile Games 2017
So there I am. Scrolling through the Play Store for something to cheer me up on a grey, dreary Saturday afternoon and I spot this little title called Aqueducts, by uaJoyTech. Fundamentally, the game involves manoeuvring sections of aqueduct into position so that a water supply can be created. The game plays really well and the controls are really smooth. You will find that as … Continue reading Aqueducts
Artist Mexer and developer Tinytouchtales come together in this sequel to Card Crawl to deliver a card based dungeon crawler with the central themes revolving around being as sneaky and stealthy as possible to avoid capture. Card Thief is available from the Google Play Store. I started playing Card Thief last night and in the beginning, I couldn’t decide whether I liked it or not. The idea behind … Continue reading Card Thief
Remember when you were just a little yout chilling with your homies or on holiday in the middle of nowhere and it was your job to collect logs and you thought it would be cool to try and throw a knife or axe into a tree or the ground and get it to stick perfectly? Maybe that was just me….. ANYWAY, back to the review. … Continue reading Flippy Knife
If wiping out the human race is your kind of thing, then Plague Inc. will be right up your alley. I am holidaying in Finland at the moment and needed something to while away the 3 long hours on the plane journey over. The flight was horrific, and while I played I was thinking ‘God I wish the family in front of me had the … Continue reading Plague Inc.
If you’re anything like me, then you’ll be familiar with that feeling of curiousity when you come across a game that you can’t quite put a finger on what it’s about or even how to really play it properly. This was the case with Yellow by Bart Bonte. The game opens with very little direction or clue about how to play. After a few minutes of tapping, … Continue reading Yellow