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
This week I have been dedicating a lot of my time to the highly anticipated Fire Emblem Heroes, by Nintendo. The game has come a long way since its initial 1990 release on the NES and Fire Emblem Heroes most certainly doesn’t disappoint. If you are unfamiliar with the series, the gameplay may seem confusing at first, but the slow progression of difficulty and helpful … Continue reading Fire Emblem Heroes
You might have noticed I’ve been out of action for the past week or so. Crashing your car really is one of the most annoying, pain in the arse things that can happen! My neck hurt a bit…But not as much as my bank account. Anyway…Enough about me. This isn’t one of those life blogs. So this week I’ve been playing Goo Saga by Toka … Continue reading Goo Saga
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