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Review Screenshot - The most abstract dogfight you'll ever play
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Version: 2.7.7 | Reviewed on Oct 28, 2016
The most abstract dogfight you'll ever play
I'm sure you've heard of Ludo or Parcheesi, that classic and fairly frustrating little board game game wherein players try to move their four pawns around the board and into their safe space before anybody else. In case you haven't then luck has it that I'm going to explain the rules so that this article won't be a simple stub. Battle Ludo is... Continue to app

Review Screenshot - Know thyself!
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Version: 3.5.3 | Reviewed on Oct 28, 2016
Know thyself!
Being in the know is a good thing. Keeping up with events and knowing the trends is indeed helpful for making correct decisions. Yet, how would one be in the know with his personal trends and tendencies? Well, considering that smart phones have become quite similar to the concept of a PDA that we were seeing in movies and games some fifteen... Download

Review Screenshot - Feuer でわない
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Version: | Reviewed on Oct 18, 2016
Feuer でわない
I must confess that military equipment simulators never interested me very much... Oh wait. Yeah, I did play SU-27 Flanker and LHX some time in the distant past. However, once I got a proper gaming PC I focused on more story driven games than bone dry military stuff. So in part, my total lack of enthusiasm for Gunship Battle is due to my... Continue to app

Review Screenshot - Unfinished business
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Version: 4.0.7 | Reviewed on Oct 11, 2016
Unfinished business
Having a written itinerary when visiting a foreign city is a good thing. It gives a structure and keeps you motivated to go further instead of buying a bunch of fries with sauce and slack around on a bench in Amsterdam; Unless that's what you want to do in the first place. TouristEye works as an itinerary notebook, but also as a digital... Download

Review Screenshot - Coal and Iron at work
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Version: 1.11 | Reviewed on Oct 10, 2016
Coal and Iron at work
Welcome to the Eighteen century Lancashire! A cradle for the eventual industrial boom that we call the Industrial revolution. Coal mines dot the land, Ironworks function day and night and water canals transport cotton towards their overseas destinations. As steam engines become common, Lancashire goes through a major transition in the way... Continue to app

Review Screenshot - Case in point
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Version: 2.4.2a | Reviewed on Oct 07, 2016
Case in point
Clickers. I never knew there was such a game "genre". So in essence, a clicker game is about tapping or clicking the screen or a certain area of the screen for an expected outcome. This is usually some form of upgrade or currency influx which will enable you to 'click' more efficiently afterwards. There is no other point to these games except... Continue to app

Review Screenshot - The Guilty Lord and the Pseudo MMO
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Version: 1.0.0 | Reviewed on Oct 06, 2016
The Guilty Lord and the Pseudo MMO
Whenever I browse the Play Store and see an icon with fancifully drawn anime characters I look the other way. Why? Because I'm full of prejudice. When I see game footage masked by artwork in the screenshots section I immediately sniff disillusion. So was the case with Zeon, although this time I had to take a look. To no surprise, it failed to... Continue to app

Review Screenshot - The Flying Chestnut
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Version: | Reviewed on Oct 05, 2016
The Flying Chestnut
I have ignored Badland for months because of its free game status. I honestly don't care for a game if its intertwined with a continuous shekel making scheme. Here's were my manly intuition has failed me (not surprisingly). Badland is in fact a complete premium game out of which the developers Frogmind have kindly made an upgrade-able free game... Continue to app

Review Screenshot - Reversed Tetris?
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Version: 4.11.5 | Reviewed on Oct 04, 2016
Reversed Tetris?
The tower stands tall, piercing the clouds with its rectangular edges. It seems strong, however you can't help but notice the bricks shifting slightly at irregular intervals. What might be going on? Little do you know that there's a real struggle going on at the top. A hexagonal artifact stands to fall for a disembodied spirit shifts the tower... Continue to app

Review Screenshot - Multiplayer Volfied
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Version: 1.10 | Reviewed on Oct 03, 2016
Multiplayer Volfied
Some of you old geezers might remember the classic DOS game Volfied (or the fairly older Qix ). "What's DOS" you ask? In that case I kindly ask you to go to this page to brush up on computer history. Volfied is a 1989 arcade game in which you were directing a ship-thing to cut boxes out of a landscape. The job wasn't that easy, as there were... Continue to app