Review: Medieval Life

Fight monsters, complete quests, and gather coin to decorate your little hut in Medieval Life (by Alphaquest Game Studios.) This isn’t a bad little game, but it is really grindy. In order to get better swords so that you can go to new areas you have to kill a lot of creatures, or buy a lot…

Review: Bag It!

Bag It! ( by Variable Studios) has a bit of a tetris feel with groceries. You take the items off the conveyor belt, put them in the bag, and try not to break anything. Seems simple enough. Except the person putting the groceries on the conveyor belt doesn’t always know you should put the heavyset…

Review: Mimitos Virtual Cat

I never got into the Tomegotchi craze back in the day. I admit, I always wanted one, but my parents didn’t find that a good use of their money. So now I’m an adult, and I have a little computer in my pocket at all time. So I’ve got a pocket pet to go with…

Review: Beastie Bay

Want to play a game where you wander around a huge world, fight monsters, catch monsters to join your team, and fight more monsters? No, not Pokemon. This is Beastie Bay (by Kairosoft Co.,Ltd ). The monsters of Beastie Bay aren’t all monsters, there are animals like geese, and crabs, along with slimes. All done in 8-bit,…

Review: Lost Maze

The premise of Lost Maze (by Warm Heart Studio) isn’t a difficult one. You’re walking along a barrel that can spin and turn, and you have to get the right path in order to keep moving. It’s a simple puzzle, that get’s a little more complicated the longer down the path you go. When your…

Review: The Battle of Polytopia

I can not tell you how many hours I’ve played The Battle of Polytopia (from Midjiwan AB). This game has so much replay value! A strategy war game, you take your tribe out across the lands to usurp other nations.  Each tribe starts with a different ability. One can climb mountains. Another starts with mounts. Another with…

Review: Stranger Things mobile game

Remember the Super Nes with its 8-bit games? I do. I use to play The Adam’s Family for ages, trying to get Uncle Fester back home. You probably don’t remember that game, I’m pretty sure my parents got it from the dollar bin, but we played a lot of that game. The Stranger Things (by BonusXP,…

Review: One More Line

The most appropriate name I have ever seen for a game. One More Line (by SMG studios) requires just that of you…trying to get just one more line. Just a little farther! In this fast paced game you are drawing a rainbow line. Tap the screen and the line will latch onto one of the…

Review: Guild of Dungeoneering

Have you ever wanted and endlessly repayable rouge-like crossed with a deck builder game with cute adventurers that you could sacrifice to bosses? Look no further than Guild of Dundeoneering (by )!   I love this game so much that I have it on my phone and my computer. It’s difficult, and grindy at times,…

Review: Monster Love you

As a monster in Monster Loves You (by Radial Games Corp) you are born into a vat of green slime where you have to fight your way to adulthood. Each step you take, each choice you make, will determine what becomes of you. This choose  your own adventure style game has a good story line,…