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KOTOMON Review

And this is why we don't use fixed cameras in free roaming, 360⁰ action games. It's a pity, too, because there are some great gameplay ideas here!...

Desi Leaves Town Review

A unique visual novel/casual puzzle mashup that benefits from strong writing, standout voice acting, and clever minigame design. It helps if you're a 19th century literature buff though!...

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....

Jelly Defense Review

We'd rather play this game than eat Jell-O -- and that's not a statement we make lightly! If you're a fan of Tower Defense, Castle Defense, or Real-Time Strategy games in general, Jelly Defense is a clear must-have. Even if you don't consider yourself a genre fan but have a strong appreciation for challenges of logic, this is one worth taking a chance on if you've got the bucks and the time to invest in it....

Zombie Minesweeper Review

If you sat down with me for a game design chat, I'd probably recommend two ideas be crossed right off the list of possibilities: anything too reminiscent of "Minesweeper," and zombies. However, Frogtoss Games had an extraordinary insight -- what about combining the two? It turns out that the result is kind of awesome....

Pocket Academy Review

If you think managing a high school sounds like the dullest videogame premise ever, think again! Kairosoft returns with another winning management sim. Genre fans will applaud its depth, challenge, and replay value equally, although you shouldn't go into this one expecting pick-up-and-play simplicity....