Players will soon be able to choose a race, explore the galaxy and gather resources in the upcoming digital version of Galaxy of Trian. Based on the original strategy board game, the digital version will be available as a free-to-play title on PC, Mac, iOS, Android and Web. The game will not only feature cross-platform play across all of these formats, but also offer multiple game modes that cater to both solo and multi-player
With its funky pixel art visuals and simple, but addictive gameplay Zoo Landing is a great time killer. The game is simple enough that anyone can pick it up and start playing immediately, but challenging enough that it takes plenty of practice to reach a high score. Best of all, it’s free and the micro-transactions are restricted to removing the adverts or purchasing additional characters.
Gameplay: Simple, fun and quite addictive.
Graphics: Detailed and colorful pixel art visuals.
Sound: Well suited for a mobile title
Drift Girls is simple to play, but mastering it takes some skill. In addition to the addictive action on the track, the game also features 32 different girls to date, which makes for a nice diversion between races. Overall, it is a very polished title and the quality is very high considering it is free to play. Best of all, the in-app purchases are not essential to having fun.
Gameplay: The game packs enough features in both the racing and dating departments to keep you hooked for ages.
Graphics: Beautiful manga style visuals for the dating sections and impressive 3D races.
Sound: Good music and great voice acting, but the way the women squeal during races can be a bit much
tinyBuild recently unveiled the latest trailer for the upcoming Divide By Sheep from Bread Team and it involves more Ovis aries abuse. Apparently the Grim Reaper is feeling a bit lonely and decided to flood the world in order to drown some sheep. In case you are wondering why, apparently the Reaper can only befriend the dead and the plan is to drag the poor sheep underwater in order to drown them. With all the sheep stranded on small, rapidly sinking islands it is your job to guide them to safety
The genre is certainly not lacking in titles, but dodging obstacles and bashing baddies as very cute versions of the seven deadly sins is still a ton of fun. The game features addictive gameplay, great visuals and catchy audio along with a very fair use of in-app purchases. If you crave something fast paced that can be played in short bursts, but will keep you hooked for hours then look no further than Sweet Sins.
Gameplay: The game is polished, simple to play and very addictive.
Graphics: The beautiful art style and adorable characters are highlights.
Sound: Catchy music that matches the style of the game perfectly
The original Sorcery was a great start to the adventure, but this second chapter kicks things into high gear. With a sprawling city to explore, nobles to track down and clues to uncover it will take a lot of luck as well as perseverance to make it to the end. Kharé is a fascinating setting filled with interesting characters and locations, but it is also very easy to make a misstep and end up dead or without your belongings. If you enjoyed the original Sorcery you definitely won’t want to miss out on this installment.
Gameplay: Features a staggering amount of choices and an engrossing story.
Graphics: The same great illustrations as the original books and a very impressive pseudo 3D map.
Sound: Good and won’t become annoying or distract you
It may be many, many years since the release of the original Fighting Fantasy book on which this game is based, but Inkle did a great job bringing the story to life. The game remains very true to its source material, but also makes full of the mobile platform to present it in an appealing and enjoyable manner. The visuals are top notch and overall this is a great game for fans of the original work as well as newcomers. It is a little on the short side, but makes up for it with plenty of replay value.
Gameplay: Lots of reading, but the story is compelling and constantly adapts to your choices.
Graphics: Contains the excellent original illustrations as well as a new 3D map and character art.
Sound: Sparse tunes, but great ambient noises and sound effects
Bloq features a very simple idea and gameplay mechanics, but implements it in a polished and addictive manner. The puzzles range from very easy to mind boggling, but definitely has the potential to keep players hooked. If you are looking for a puzzle title that is easy to pick up and play then you won’t want to miss out on this one.
Gameplay: Very polished and quite addictive.
Graphics: The minimalistic art style suits the game perfectly.
Sound: Not much variety, but once again matches the style of the game
Although originally a PC title, Trouble With Robots is a game that feels much more at home on a mobile device and the bite size levels make it great for playing on the go. The visuals have been given a complete overhaul and the gameplay is still as addictive as ever. Don’t let the whimsical story and cute visuals fool you either, the game features plenty of strategy to sink your teeth into and comes highly recommended.
Gameplay: Easy to play, but features plenty of strategic depth.
Graphics: Beautiful and detailed artwork that looks great on high definition tablets.
Sound: No speech, but the background tunes are good
Panmorphia is highly recommended for players interested in a slower paced, cerebral challenge. It features some beautiful visuals and plenty of very interesting puzzles. The ability of the main character to transform into different animals, changing the perspective, is also a rather cool touch. It offers plenty of value for money and a single purchase is all you need to gain access to the whole game.
Gameplay: The game offers plenty of unique puzzles to solve.
Graphics: The photos used for the scenes in the game are packed with detail.
Sound: Relaxing tunes that never become obtrusive and is perfect for exploring the gameworld