Blue Shadow Games

The iFriday Roundup, No. 7

Spring may be the season when love is in the air, but Fall is the time for iOS sales. So let's see those leaves fall and celebrate Labor Day, baby! So many sales are taking place on the App Store it's not even funny, making this the biggest iFriday Roundup yet. Be sure to check the second page for updates and news, as well as a writing contest from SEGA of America!...

Blue Shadow Games Pack1 Review

The App Store truly is a bargain hunter's nirvana! If game devs aren't slashing the price-tags on their apps in celebration of Mother's Day, Father's day, If Pets Had Thumbs Day or whatever, then they're releasing dirt-cheap compilation packs like Blue Shadow Games' latest, which collects three great titles......

Baa! Run Review

Up-and-coming indie developers Blue Shadow Games embrace the wackiness of a vintage Warner Bros. cartoon for Baa! Run, a very different and altogether more light-hearted follow-up to their gritty debut Death Cop: Mechanical Unit. And if you're a fan of pick-up-and-play intuitive gameplay, kooky artwork and highscore challenges, ewe'll absolutely love it!...

Death Cop Mechanical Unit Review

If video games are to believed, our future is gonna be pretty grim. And Blue Shadow Games' App Store debut, Death Cop, which boasts cyber-genetic creatures knocking seven bells out of each other in the dust of decimated cities and against the charming backdrop of post-apocalyptic wastelands, does nothing to dispel the myth....