casual puzzle

Dream:scape Review

Are you one of the millions who have trouble initiating lucid dreams? speedbump studios has an app for that. An immersive virtual novella and above all a work of gorgeous interactive art, "Dream:scape" is a little lighter than average in terms of gameplay but still well worth a stay on many an iDevice. And if you happen to like a little nightmare mixed in with your dreams, get ready for what is sure to be one sweet ride!...

Mystic Forest Review

Like the eyeball-equipped flora that populate it, Mystic Forest is an eccentric creature indeed. It's certainly not without its flaws at present, but worth a look if you could go for a puzzle-adventure and don't mind putting on some platforming shoes....

Noty & Moky Review

Here's a game that tries hard to emulate the things we all love about titles like WarioWare or the Mario Party series, where you engage in a large and diverse range of "micro games". Something we don't see very often on iOS......

City of Secrets Review

This console quality offering from Aidem Media is so easy to jump into, yet so satisfyingly varied and content-packed, that it easily straddles the border between casual and hardcore appeal. It feels sinfully underpriced on the iPhone and iPod Touch, but don't worry; we won't tell anyone should you happen to indulge....

Treasure Seekers 2 Review

Artogon and G5 Entertainment perform at the top of their game in this Find the Hidden Object-turned-casual puzzler. Sometimes fanciful, sometimes creepy, and always drop dead gorgeous, Treasure Seekers 2 has such varied range that its appeal should be recognized well outside the fanbase of its particular genre niche....

MemMatch Review

MemMatch is a charmingly simple little app that's perfect for the casual gamer. While it's hardly likely to set the world on fire, this title's modern twist on the classic memory/concentration card game, pick-up-and-play usability and polished presention does impress....

MemoryBoost Review

Stripped down, visually unappealing puzzle games are fast becoming Laddha Inc's calling card. And lack of eye-candy aside, if you enjoyed flexing your gray cells through the likes of PenTacToe and BrainTaire, chances are you'll also find a lot to like about their latest family friendly noodle baker, MemoryBoost....

Train Conductor 2: USA Review

The Voxel Agents chug back into town with a superbly designed followup to their original "Train Conductor." As a standout traffic management game it oozes style and quality in equal amounts, but most who step aboard this train will wish the ride were longer....