Browsing through the Google play store yesterday I came across a game with an intriguing name. The title in question is Journey of HaHa, developed by Tau Ceti Software. Here’s the thing…this game isn’t a joke. It’s seriously good. This top down puzzle solver sees you adopt the role of the story’s heroine: HaHa. And before you ask, that really is her name! The game is … Continue reading Journey of HaHa
A new game caught my eye recently. It is called A Normal Lost Phone and it is the brainchild of French indie developer Accidental Queens. You can get it now on the Google Play store for £2.29. In this title you find a smartphone on the pavement belonging to a chap called Sam. I won’t ruin the game play, as it’s very quirky and unique, … Continue reading A Normal Lost Phone – Who Is Sam & What Does He Want?
So the guys at PixelPixelStudios got in touch with me recently to see if I’d be up for reviewing their new game Choo Choo. I took them up on the offer and to be honest I’m glad I did. In this game you have to tap to change the tracks to avoid rail blocks and keep your little steam engine going. The concept is quite … Continue reading All Aboard! Next Stop..FUN!
I picked up two games from the Google Play store last night – Light! and Crab War by Appxplore. Light! Light is a strange one. It describes itself as a casual reaction game. The developers have really run with the casual theme as the game is very accessible and easy to play. You control a node of light by tapping the screen to change direction. … Continue reading Light! & Crab War
I spotted a post on my Twitter feed plugging Soul Knight, by ChillyRoom, and even though it is still presumably in development I thought I’d spend a few minutes on it. Obviously I haven’t spent anywhere nearly enough time playing it to give you a reliable review but I thought I’d share my initial thoughts. On first impressions this game has bucket loads of potential. … Continue reading Soul Knight (Unreleased)
Dig Station, by C6H6, is a free to play tap-app which sees you take control of a drilling rig with the aim of gathering enough resources to upgrade your mining efficiency, perform system upgrades and, ultimately, leave the planet you are stranded on. Dig Station is available to download for free at the Google Play Store. The concept is very simple. You tap the screen … Continue reading Dig Station
Let me just open by saying that Paper Wings, produced by Fil Games, is great fun and the perfect time waster. If that’s all you’re looking for in a game then I say go and download it right now as it fills this niche very well. Paper Wings is available to download, for free, from the Google Play Store. The game is simple; you control … Continue reading Paper Wings