Card Hog by SnoutUp is a card-based dungeon crawler where you pick your little pig protagonist and then try to stay alive for as long as possible. Along the way, you get to slay all manner of foes and pick up different weapons with which to do the slaying. You’ll also want to keep an eye on your health and grab the healing potions needed to keep the porky protagonist alive. All in all, it plays like a typical role-playing game but presented in the most accessible way possible
Jewel Match Twilight Solitaire is a polished solitaire title with a vampire theme. While it doesn’t feature a gripping storyline or much in the way of gimmicks, it does have plenty of levels, a lot of obstacles to overcome and some nifty power-ups to help you out. Three difficulty levels mean that the game can be as easy or challenging as you want it to be and it even includes a bunch of mahjong levels for variation. This is definitely a great game for fans of the genre and one that can keep you busy for quite some time if you are a perfectionist.
Gameplay: Two hundred levels of solitaire fun along with 50 optional mahjong levels.
Graphics: If you like vampires, then you’ll love the visual style of the game.
Sound: Decent tunes, but they can become a little repetitive after a while
Shadowhand is another entertaining, addictive and polished solitaire based game from Grey Alien Games, creators of the very enjoyable Regency Solitaire. It shares some similarities with its predecessor, but the story is brand new and the gameplay offers enough new additions and tweaks to ensure that it feels fresh. Luck plays a big role in the game, which is unavoidable for the genre, but careful planning and the use of the right items can help a lot. This means the game is a lot more strategic than you might think, and we can heartily recommend it to fans of the genre.
Gameplay: The solitaire based gameplay is addictive as always, but the addition of duels and other elements makes it even better.
Graphics: The art and design of the game looks great and everything feels very polished.
Sound: Sadly no voice acting, but everything from the music to the sound effects is top notch
Plunder dungeons, dark forests and dank swamps in this addictive new rogue-like deck-building RPG adventure from Nerdook. Thanks to the charming visuals, stellar audio and fiendishly fun gameplay, this is a title you can easily lose yourself in for hours. It packs a ton of replay value and there is always another level of fame, a new deck strategy or better equipment waiting for you to draw you back in. While it might seem very simple at first, the game has plenty of depth without sacrificing accessibility. Fans of the genre will love every minute and even newcomers shouldn’t hesitate to grab this game.
Gameplay: Deceptively simple, but extremely addictive, this is a game that can keep you busy for a long time.
Graphics: Features the charming art-style that Nerdook titles are known for, but much more polished and detailed than previous titles.
Sound: Great soundtrack and some unexpectedly nice sound effects as well as speech
Concrete Jungle offers an interesting mix of genres that all combine to offer a compelling gameplay experience that is also much more challenging than you would think. In the versus modes, city planning turns into a vicious game of sabotage and dirty tricks, while the solo mode requires players to think ahead in order to survive. Multi-player is unfortunately local only, but even so this game will keep players busy for ages.
Gameplay: The game is very addictive and truly a joy to play despite sometimes being as hard as nails.
Graphics: When zoomed in the visuals look a bit fuzzy, but overall the amount of detail and variety is top notch.
Sound: Great tunes and some surprisingly good voice acting
What better way to celebrate the Fourth of July than with a free iOS title. Art Castle Ltd. kindly decided to release the iOS version of their game, Trouble With Robots, free on this special day. Although the first chapter can already be played free of charge, players will also be able to grab the second and third chapter at no extra cost for the duration of the promotion
Regency Solitaire builds on the solid foundation of this addictive card game, but adds enough extra elements to keep you hooked. The game has a romantic storyline, beautifully drawn visuals and more than enough levels to keep you busy for ages. The challenges start out very simple, but quickly ramps up and you’ll need all the ballroom items you can find or purchase to even the odds. Even if the Regency era and casual games are not your cup of tea you’ll find that Regency Solitaire is addictive enough to make it worth your while.
Gameplay: Very addictive and features plenty of extra elements to keep things varied.
Graphics: Beautiful visuals, but the resolution is rather low by modern standards.
Sound: Features a relaxing soundtrack and good effects, but no voice acting
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