• Rage of the Gladiator

    Rating:
    4 out of 5
    Category:
    Arcade & Action

    Rage of the Gladiator is a new swipe based fighting game from Gamelion, of Monster Shooter and League of Heroes fame. This latest attempt to create an Infinity Blade style game for Android is pretty solid. Rather than have you fight generic enemies, you fight a series of colorful bosses that each boast their own powers and tactics. It's far more linear than it wants you to think it is, and the freemium elements are frustrating, but the responsive combat controls and great visuals make up for it. more »

  • Despicable Me

    Rating:
    4 out of 5
    Category:
    Casual

    In anticipation of the Despicable Me sequel, we've got a great new runner tie-in game from Gameloft. Yes, you heard all of that correctly. It's a movie tie in game that is actually good, if in a tired and overdone genre, and it was indeed developed by Gameloft. Being set in such a hilariously charming universe like Despicable Me certainly doesn't hurt. The game is called Despicable Me, and it is loads of fun, not to mention free. more »

  • Jane Wilde

    Rating:
    4 out of 5
    Category:

    Jane Wilde from Level Bit is a silly and indulgent side scrolling action game that revels in its own absurdity and is just a blast to play. As the no nonsense sheriff Jane Wilde, it's up to you to stop the evil undead hordes, which include zombie vampires, undead dogs, beefy skeletons, plus tons of other strange monsters and boss enemies. Gameplay harkens back to the Zombieville USA style of side-scrolling shooting, though a bit more fast paced, with fewer guns, but more upgrades and power-ups. more »

  • Kingdom Rush

    Rating:
    5 out of 5
    Category:
    Casual

    I know you're probably sick of tower defense games in general at this point, but whether you're a hardcore fan or completely tired of the genre, you should probably check this title out. Finally making its way to Android from iOS, Kingdom Rush is one of the best and most fleshed out tower defense games around, and is easily in my top three of the genre. If you haven't had a chance to try it before now, definitely don't pass it up. more »

  • Toy Story: Smash It!

    Rating:
    4 out of 5
    Category:

    The nostalgia I feel for Buzz, Woody, and the rest of the Toy Story gang is absurdly powerful, which is why I, along with millions of other 90s kids, cried like babies watching Toy Story 3. So when Disney makes a 3-D version of Angry Birds that has you throwing balls at other toys and blocks as Buzz Lightyear, you know I'm all over that! That game is Toy Story: Smash It!, and despite my sarcasm, it's a good game. Many ideas are lifted directly from Angry Birds, yes, but there are some new twists thrown in, plus a 3-D perspective that makes for some interesting level designs. more »

  • Emilly In Darkness

    Rating:
    4 out of 5
    Category:

    Emilly in Darkness is the a new indie title from ME2 Studio. Equal parts Legend of Zelda, Gauntlet, and survival horror, this moody and atmospheric game is interesting if nothing else. Featuring some very cool concepts, an intriguing, though often poorly translated story, and simple retro top-down gameplay, this is definitely one to check out. more »

  • Iron Man 3 - The Official Game

    Rating:
    3 out of 5
    Category:

    Iron Man 3 was a fantastically entertaining movie that was kind of full of plot holes when you thought about it, but it didn't matter because of Robert Downey Jr. Alas, with every great movie, there must also be a quickly made movie tie-in game to cash in on its success and leave a bad taste in your mouth. It's written in the stars, or something. Instead of a 3-D action adventure game like one would usually expect, we got this endless runner instead, and it's not too shabby. more »

  • Cut the Rope: Time Travel

    Rating:
    5 out of 5
    Category:

      Everyone's favorite impossibly adorable little monster is back! Om Nom has returned in the latest Cut the Rope sequel from ZeptoLab, titled Cut the Rope: Time Travel. That's right! Om Nom isn't alone in this adventure. He'll make cute faces at you along with several of his ancestors throughout time, from the Stone Age to Ancient Egypt and Greece to the Renaissance. Cave Om Nom is my favorite. Where Cut the Rope: Experiments felt lacking and like more of an expansion to the original, this latest sequel really mixes things up, and all it took was a second piece of candy!   more »

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