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Ninja Guy Review

The skeleton-bashing, hog-skewering, pumpkin-carving exploits of "Ninja Guy" don't make a lick of sense, but that won't stop a cult following from springing up around the lisp-infused Engrish pouring out of his mouth as he rushes around proving his ninja-ness.

Shadowgun Review

My, mobile gaming how you've grown! A decade or so ago, I thought being able to play Snake on my phone was sooo friggin' cool. Fast-forward to today, and I'm blasting my way through Madfinger Games' Shadowgun, a title that more than lives up to its promise of squeezing a true 'console-quality' experience onto our iDevices...

Interview With Pixel and Texel

Pixel and Texel's "Fara" is just one week away! You know what that means: it's time to whip out our interview with Andrew Strickland, one half of the dynamic duo behind this Action RPG. What's his advice for running a Kickstarter campaign? What are his expert coffee recommendations? Find the answers to these, and other critical questions, inside!

Danger Alliance: Battles Review

"Danger Alliance: Battles" clearly illustrates the potential of the Turn-Based Strategy genre on iOS, proving that strategic depth can go hand in hand with a rock solid interface. Those concerned about the content-to-price ratio may very well be surprised by how long this one keeps their attention, thanks to skillful deployment of its limited assets.

Battle Group Review

If you had asked me a week ago whether I'd ever give a rail shooter a perfect score during my game reviewing career, I would have said not to bet on it -- a game in this genre has to do a lot to make up for the player's lack of exploratory freedom, after all, and I'd played very few that managed such a feat. Then "Battle Group" came along.

Boss Battles Review

As far as free-to-play titles go, "Boss Battles" is surprisingly compelling thanks to its thoughtfully designed baddies and thorough upgrade system. Definitely worth a look if you can handle in-game ads and don't need bullet hell challenge to enjoy a scrolling shoot 'em up.

jAggy Race Review

If Jet Car Stunts and Soosiz had a baby, it would be this sublimely unconventional and fiendishly inventive little game! Seriously, jAggy Race feels like App Store newcomers SevenOnly smooshed the best bits of two of my all-time favorite iOS titles together to create something boldly and refreshingly different.

Squids Review

If the $0.99 price tag on "Squids" isn't a release sale, please pinch us, because we must be dreaming. Let's put this in food terms: plunking down the purchase price for The Game Bakers' turn-based RPG debut is like going into a bake shop to buy a muffin, and coming away with a luxurious wedding cake without paying a penny more.