"Dungeon Crawlers" shows the way forward for Turn-Based Strategy games on iOS with a streamlined approach that will bring a smile to the face of any genre fan who's tired of sifting through confirmation menus.
Frightfully unresponsive controls sap "Call of Cthulhu: The Wasted Land" of all the appeal it might have had for iPhone and iPod Touch gamers. It's a shame, too, because there are actually some interesting gameplay mechanics here.
Bravado Waffle impresses with an incredibly well polished debut! TBS and logic puzzle fans are especially encouraged to give "RoboHero" a free spin, but chances are, if you just like great games, you'll want to go the full distance.
We've seen so many great games in 2011, making a favorites list is quite the daunting task! First up is Sean, who's becoming ever more convinced that videogames can be fine literary experiences as well as an addictive pastime.
If you're a TBS fan and you're looking for one sci-fi entry to match the medieval tour de force that was "Ravenmark," make it "Legion of the Damned!" While it doesn't pack a powerful visual punch, it ranks as high as one could hope for in every other department -- a meaty campaign with real strategic depth, a neat story, and some of the most robust multiplayer we've yet seen in the genre on iOS.
Our blowout coverage of "Ravenmark: Scourge of Estellion" continues! Find out more about Witching Hour Studios' future plans for the series inside, and get an answer to that all-important question: "Will there be multiplayer?"
Yeah, it's awesome. If you're a TBS fan you'll have a nice banquet to feast on here, and if you're interested in story at all and don't mind tactical gameplay with plenty of depth, "Ravenmark" will be of interest to you as well.
Remember, remember, the eleventh of November. If you're a fan of Turn-Based Strategy games, RPGs, or just enjoy an expertly conveyed fantasy, you'd do well to heed that advice -- that's when Witching Hour Studios is slated to bring "Ravenmark: Scourge of Estellion" to iOS! The developer graciously gave us a chance to dig into this sumptuous audiovisual feast, and two words adequately sum up our experience thus far: "we like!"