• Ridiculous Fishing - A Tale of Redemption

    Rating:
    5 out of 5
    Category:
    Entertainment, Games, Adventure, Arcade

    Many people enjoy the peaceful calm that goes hand in hand with a long morning of fishing. Others find it boring to the point of pain. But what if your fishing session included narwhals, chainsaw fishing lures, and loads upon loads of guns? Welcome to Ridiculous Fishing from Vlambeer, better known for the excellent Super Crate Box. There is a lot of clone controversy surrounding this game, but more on that later. What needs to be made perfectly clear right from the first cast is that this game is ridiculously well made. more »

  • King Cashing 2

    Rating:
    4 out of 5
    Category:
    Entertainment, Games, Casino, Role Playing

    The original King Cashing was something of a sleeper hit that garnered a serious cult following after its initial 2011 release. Now, Productions Multimage has come back with King Cashing 2, and it fixes all the flaws of the original game, and then some. Also, it adds more zombies. Nothing wrong with adding more zombies. It's a crazy slot machine RPG with a unique battle system and an even more unique premise, and it should not be skipped over. more »

  • Flip the Cats

    Rating:
    5 out of 5
    Category:
    Games, Board, Strategy

    If there is one thing on this planet that people will never get sick of, that thing is probably cats. If you also happen to like new takes on classic board games that you don't really see much of anymore, Flip the Cats from Kwalee is the absolute perfect game for you, featuring deep, turn-based strategy gameplay, plus all the brightly colored cats you can stomach. more »

  • I, Gladiator

    Rating:
    4 out of 5
    Category:
    Games, Adventure, Role Playing

    I, Gladiator from Steel Monkeys has everything a good arena combat game needs, from different fighting styles to plenty of weapons and armor choices, character upgrades, awesome visuals, and enough blood to make the producers of Spartacus proud. Okay, that last one is an exaggeration. There isn't nearly that much blood. But when you break it down, this is one of the best swipe combat games on iOS right now, and it even comes with an epic story to frame the action. more »

  • Roar Rampage

    Rating:
    4 out of 5
    Category:
    Games, Adventure, Arcade

    Games with deep stories and intricately crafted worlds are nice, but sometimes you just want to smash the ever-loving out of everything as a giant Godzilla monster wearing boxing gloves. FDG Entertainment and Neutronized have brought us that exact game, Roar Rampage, and it is pretty glorious, with very retro sensibilities but unique, modern touch gameplay. more »

  • MotoHeroz

    Rating:
    4 out of 5
    Category:
    Entertainment, Games, Arcade, Racing

    MotoHeroz is the latest stunt racer from studio RedLynx, who also brought us DrawRace, 1000 Heroz, and are known more famously outside of mobile gaming circles for the bafflingly brutal Trials series of games. This is an adaptation, rather than a straight port, of their WiiWare title of the same name. It’s a much smaller and simpler, almost bite-sized version of the full game, and it’s pretty awesome. This is also the studio’s first iOS title under their new publisher Ubisoft, who acquired them late last year. more »

  • Tennis in the Face

    Rating:
    4 out of 5
    Category:
    Entertainment, Games, Action, Arcade

    If you prefer your physics puzzlers with a bit of snark and insanity over the usual cutesy-wutesy type stuff, then boy do I have the game for you! Tennis in the Face puts you in the tennis shoes of Pete Pagassi (a mash-up of tennis legends Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi), a former pro player who now teaches pre-school tennis class, as he tries to bring down an evil energy drink company called Explodz armed with only his wicked forehand. I should also mention that this was brought to us by 10tons, who also brought us Azkend and Boom Brigade. more »

  • Temple Run 2

    Rating:
    4 out of 5
    Category:
    Entertainment, Games, Action, Adventure

    After an unexpected explosion of popularity way past the original Temple Run’s release date, Imangi Studios have probably been swimming in Scrooge McDuck piles of gold, and a sequel became an inevitability. That sequel is now here, but have there been enough changes? I’d say so. Set in a new Temple with new obstacles and all the rest, Temple Run 2 just barely avoids stagnation. Let’s break it down. more »

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