Game Review: DeadRising (Mobile – Free to Play)

DeadRising (all one word) is in no way connected to the Capcom Dead Rising game series. Instead, this is a 2D pixel rogue-like shooting game that could have been great if it wasn’t for some seriously frustrating gameplay mechanics.

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Game Review: Max Payne (Mobile)

Released way back in 2001 on Microsoft Windows, Max Payne is a third-person shooter developed by Remedy Entertainment and published by Gathering of Developers. It’s a game and a series that is well loved for good reason and now you can play it on mobile devices too!

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Game Review: Little Inferno (Mobile)

Tomorrow Corporation’s Little Inferno is one of those special games that once you’ve finished you have to tell everyone you know about it. You have to tell them to play it so they will hopefully experience the same joy and wonderment that you did.

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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: 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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Game Review: Love You to Bits (Mobile)

Love You to Bits by Alike Studio is a cute, stylish and charming point and click/puzzle adventure. One that delivers emotional highs, excellent gameplay and varied levels. Simply put it is a stunning piece of work that is incredibly rewarding.

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