Game Review: Best Rally (Mobile – Free to Play)

Best Rally claims to be the bestest! No, seriously, that’s the tagline underneath the game title on the App Store. ‘This game is the bestest’. A bold statement but is it? Of course not. Not even close but as free to play games go it is pretty good.

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Game Review: Animation Throwdown: The Quest for Cards (Mobile – Free to Play)

Animation Throwdown: The Quest for Cards takes a number of Fox’s animation shows and puts them all into a card battle game. Developer Kongregate uses all your favourite characters from Family Guy, American Dad, King of the Hill, Futurama and Bob’s Burgers.

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Game Review: Hole.io (Mobile – Free to Play)

Hole.io is a hell of a popular game and after playing it, it’s easy to see why as it’s fairly addictive. It’s is also the perfect example of Voodoo’s ‘one more go’ style of games. That being said, it is a seriously flawed game with issues that end up taking away from the overall enjoyment of the experience.

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Game Review: Clumsy Climber (Mobile – Free to Play)

Coming from prolific mobile devolper Ketchapp and Ava Games, Clumsy Climber is a free to play game that follows a tried and tested formula. Simple to play, difficult to master, limited but addictive gameplay, little replay value and a silly asking price for the sole in-app purchase of removing ads.

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Game Review: Sling Drift (Mobile – Free to Play)

Sling Drift is a free to play game developed by tastypill and is super simple to play, difficult to master and far more addictive then it has any right to be! Unfortunately it’s marred by basic problems and the usual free to play ‘remove ads’ in-app purchase that costs a silly amount (£2.99).

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Game Review: Harry Potter – Hogwarts Mystery (Mobile – Free to Play)

Harry Potter, Warner Brothers and free to play…what a combination. Put all those three together and what you have is Harry Potter – Hogwarts Mystery. A simply stunning piece of greed that shows just how out of touch these companies are.

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