• Kairo

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    4 out of 5
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    Originally released as a PC and Mac title, the first person abstract puzzle game Kairo is one of those games that you really never forget, developed by Locked Door Puzzle. Gameplay wise it's pretty standard, but in terms of the minimalist art and environments, strong use of basic geometric shapes and worlds themed after single colors, plus the feeling of isolation and wonder you feel as explore all make this game unforgettable. That's not to say that it isn't flawed, of course. more »

  • Siegecraft™ Defender

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    4 out of 5
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    Siegecraft Defender is the follow up to Siegecraft, from Blowfish Studios. This time around, they've been picked up by Crescent Moon Games, one of my favorite publishers, so I was pretty excited to see this game. Essentially, it's a tower defense. Yes, another tower defense. But, it's one of the most polished tower defenses I've seen, with gorgeous colorful 3D visuals, and does actually offer something new in the super innovative multiplayer mode. more »

  • Friendly Fire!

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    4 out of 5
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    Friendly Fire! from Red Robot Labs and Shortround Games is one of the most novel strategy games I've  played in a long time. It's not particularly deep, and a lot of the enjoyment comes from the gimmick, but I'm enjoying it more than most every other freemium game out there. Basically, it's a strategy game that uses actual Google Map style street data to let you build a base on your actual street, and defend it from invaders while taking the fight to the rest of the globe. more »

  • rymdkapsel

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    4 out of 5
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    Every now and again, some game developer, usually an indie, will be hit with a devastating stroke of brilliance before completely reinventing or elegantly simplifying a genre or game type. Then, everyone praises that game like the second coming of the messiah. Sometimes it's justified. Other times it's hype. Often it's both. That's exactly the case with the wonderfully elegant new strategy title rymdkapsel! more »

  • The Walking Dead: Assault

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    5 out of 5
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    Even though The Walking Dead comic has exploded in popularity, resulting in award winning games and the hit AMC TV show, no one was expecting The Walking Dead: Assault to even exist when it first hit iOS at the end of last year. But just as it is with Telltale's Walking Dead adventure game, Assault manages to be a unique and refreshing take on zombies in video games, which is a feat in itself. more »

  • M&M Clash of Heroes

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    5 out of 5
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    Might and Magic: Clash of Heroes is one of the most uniquely fun and entertaining RPG type games to come out in the last few years. It combines match three gameplay with deep layers of strategy, plus an engaging fantasy story and a colorful cast of characters and factions. It offers loads of content in a 20+ hour campaign and plenty of unlockables too. Plus multiplayer, which is always nice. This is easy to recommend as a must own. more »

  • Ballistic SE.

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    4 out of 5
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    Ballistic SE is the latest from Radian Games. For those who don't know, Radian pretty much specializes in easy to pick up and play arcade or casual style games. Ballistic SE apes games like Geometry Wars in what is a novel and extremely polished twin stick shooter, that sadly lacks variety. That isn't to say that it isn't good or worth playing. It's just not as strong as it could be. more »

  • Running Fred

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    4 out of 5
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    Skiing Fred is the latest in the 'Fred' series of endless games from developer Dedalord. Still on the run from the grim reaper, our pathetic ginger protagonist is doing extreme sports this time around, as he snowboards, no, not skis, down some perilous and pain filled slopes. The series signature gruesome gore and over the top hazards make a comeback, and all in all this is a fun sequel, though I wish less was hidden behind premium currencies. more »

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