• Into the Dead

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    4 out of 5
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      Into the Dead from PikPok is an endless first person runner game full of zombies, and ironically, in absolute defiance of all expectations and despite combining two of the most common tropes in mobile gaming, it's actually a very unique and stylish game unlike any other. That's probably due to the creativity of a developer like PikPok, though.   more »

  • Nimble Quest

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    4 out of 5
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    Many hardcore gamers have looked at Tiny Tower and Pocket Planes, realizing that there is quite a lot of talent over at Nimblebit, even if those kinds of social management games aren't their cup of tea. Many of us have been waiting for the day Nimblebit releases a more traditional kind of game, and that day is now here. Nimble Quest is still pretty casual, but it's also very creative and interesting. Essentially, it's the classic arcade game of Snake mixed with an RPG. Interested yet? more »

  • EPOCH

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    5 out of 5
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    EPOCH from Uppercut Games is one of those rare titles that makes cover-based shooting unique and interesting again, through innovative design and a simple but fairly awesome story. It's a great looking game, with a lot of nuance to its combat. Unfortunately, that combat takes a while to rev up, and might bore people at first, but if you stick with it, you'll find this to be one of the most gratifying gaming experiences on mobile. more »

  • God of Blades

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    5 out of 5
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    Every so often, a game is released that, good or bad, is unforgettable for one reason or another. God of Blades is just such a title. Developed by White Whale Games, this game seamlessly blends auto-running and hack and slash combat with a bizarre and unique sci-fi fantasy world that pays homage to the 70's pulp fiction of yesteryear to deliver something truly memorable. Luckily, it also happens to be really freaking good. more »

  • Star Wars™ Pinball 2

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    4 out of 5
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    Zen Pinball HD from Zen Studios is pretty much the crème of the crop as far as mobile pinball table simulators go. They've got the formula down as far as physics and table design go, so imagine my excitement to hear about Star Wars Pinball from the very same company! Blending the nostalgia of classic Star Wars with the vibrant colors of the modern Cartoon Network show, all with excellent gameplay, this is a must own for anyone who has ever enjoyed Star Wars and pinball in their lives. more »

  • Syder Arcade HD

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    4 out of 5
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    Syder Arcade HD is the debut Android title of developer Studio Evil, which is an awesome studio name in my opinion. It's a simple arcade shoot-em up with a focus on slick HD visuals and an excellent electronic soundtrack as you blast away waves and waves of enemies. It's a bit of a short game, but it's also really quite challenging, and the difficulty more than pads out the content to be worth the asking price, if you like a challenge. more »

  • Cordy 2

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    5 out of 5
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    SilverTree Media has been knocking it out of the park with their roster of games. The robotic platformer Cordy was awesome, the vertical jumping spin-off Cordy Sky was solid, and the creative arcade title Sleepy Jack was just sublime. Now, they’ve gone back to their roots and brought us Cordy 2, and this little robot received one heck of an upgrade. With smooth platforming and creative levels, Cordy 2 is pretty much everything a platform game fan would want. more »

  • Cubes vs. Spheres

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    4 out of 5
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    Cubes vs. Spheres is a delightful gem of a game from ShockPanda Games, who also brought us the less popular Space Bunnies. It's a physics-based turret defense game, in which you launch spheres against an oncoming horde of cubes. Gameplay is simple and elegant, and the minimalist, almost monochrome style of the game is quite unique. Actually, this is definitely one of the more unique games you'll play in a while. more »

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