We grab a crew and string some combos together to review The Game Bakers’ latest iOS game; Combo Crew
The Scootering Dead
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Load up your Boomstick as House of The Dead: Overkill returns with The Lost Reels on iOS & Android.
Madmonster on the iOS is almost like a modern version of archaic monster-mashing title, Rampage – but does it suffer from all the same issues?
Telltale absolutely nail the humour and visuals – don’t they always? – and you’ll definitely get your money’s worth out of your time with Poker Night 2, just don’t go in expecting something you’ll be playing for longer than a few weeks.
It’s a rabbit (sort of) that does Kung fu (sort of)! What’s not to love?
This week on Mobile Monday we’re taking a look at Wake the Cat from Halfpixel Games, Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden from Artifex Mundi, Pac-Man + Tournaments from Namco Bandai Games and Art Mogul from Funzai!.
This week we’re taking a look at Snowboard Hero from Fish Labs, Year Walk from Simogo, Mahjong Artifacts from G5 Entertainment and Sonic Dash from SEGA.
This week on Mobile Monday we’re taking a look at Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened from Big Fish Games, Guide the Light from AppyNation, Word Soup from Fuzzy Bug Interactive and The Great Jitters: Pudding Panic from Kunst-Stoff.
This week on Mobile Monday we’re taking a look at Knights & Dragons from GREE, Underline from Albino Pixel, Jane’s Zoo from Realore Studios and Vampire from LivoBooks.
This week on Mobile Monday we’re taking a look at The Lumees from PreAnima, Green Jelly from MaxNick.com, Hell Yeah! Pocket Inferno from Pohlm Studio and Real Racing 3 from FireMonkeys.
This week we’re taking a look at Jones on Fire from Glass Bottom Games, Pac-Man from Namco Bandai, Splash or Crash from Nintendo and Mini Ninjas from Square Enix.
The license has been put to expert use, with three genuinely interesting, fan-pleasing subjects chosen to kick off Zen’s proposed Star Wars saga.
This week we’re taking a look at Dark Arcana: The Carnival from Artifex Mundi, Castlevania from Konami, Monster Truck Destruction from Odd Games and Nightsky from Nicklas Nygren.