• bear with me
    05 2017 October

    Review: Bear With Me, Ep. 3 for Mac

    Welcome back to Paper City for the third and final installment of the Bear With Me trilogy of games. There is a lot I’m not going to say about this game, but that is only...

  • West of Loathing
    30 2017 September

    Review: West of Loathing for Mac

    West of Loathing is an adventure game with horses, goblins, undead skeletons, snakes, spiders, spittoons, and a train. If this isn’t enough for you, how about we throw in some alien artifacts, OK?...

  • Galaxy of Pen and Paper
    10 2017 September

    Review: Galaxy of Pen & Paper for Mac and iOS

    Galaxy of Pen and Paper doesn’t give you a whole galaxy to explore—and it doesn’t really need a pen or paper—but it’s not all bad. You get to battle aliens and robot horses, team up...

  • bounty train
    30 2017 August

    Review: Bounty Train for Mac

    Bounty Train is more of a resource management game than a train sim. If you are OK with a slower paced game, this one isn’t too bad. Now's a good time to see for yourself,...

  • Full Throttle Remastered
    24 2017 August

    Review: Full Throttle Remastered for iOS

    Full Throttle came out in 1995. LucasArts no longer exists as a game company, and a long-rumored sequel to the game was shelved long before it was sold as a forgotten asset to Disney. And...

Sticking with the tongue-in-cheek formula, Behold Games' Galaxy of Pen & Paper is a "game about a game" that challenges players to assemble a crew of intrepid astro-adventurers with the hope that they know what they're doing....

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Moshi, of course, knows a thing or two about stylish protection. They've been releasing iPhone accessories for years, and they have their designs down to a science that's as fashionable as science can be. A prime example of this is the latest in their Armour series, updated for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus....

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Fans will know what to expect when they buy their copy of Layton's Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires' Conspiracy for iOS, but there's also a whole lot of mobile gamers who don't own a 3DS and have therefore never played a Professor Layton game. To help, here are our traditional 11 bullet point impressions...

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Nearly 30 years after its initial release, DotEmu and Lizardcube have updated Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap's blend of exploration, action and adventure and made it available for Mac and Linux. And they've given a welcome twist we should see in more of these updates, too....

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The latest entry in the Professory Layton series—Layton's Mystery Journey: Katrielle and Millionaires' Conspiracy—is coming to Nintendo 3DS this autumn. iOS and Android gamers, however, are getting it July 20th at the seemingly hefty but totally-worth-it price of $15.99....

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What you get with the Moshi Overture for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus is a case that allows you to do away with your wallet (provided you're willing to downsize its contents), keep your iPhone protected, and be ready to go for both an elevator sales pitch and a prolonged round of SIEGE: Titan...

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Fleet Glory is a real-time PvP World War II combat game that'll soon bring 3D naval action to iOS and Android. The reason we're telling you about it now is because players who go to the official Facebook page and leave comments and IDs under the Event post can claim one-of-a-kind in-game rewards....

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Console devotees may lament the trend, but it looks like another popular franchise is expanding its mobile love. BANDAI NAMCO has just announced a mobile entry in the Tales franchise: Tales of the Rays. The game promises to bring "the intense 3-D gameplay that Tales fans love from the console series to mobile platforms."...

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Lock's Quest

Review: Lock’s Quest for Mac

July 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

In Lock’s Quest—Digital Continue's Mac port of the old Nintendo DS game—you are boy named Lock. Clockwork men created by an evil exile are invading, and you have to help the Archineers build defenses, save villages, and hopefully find your missing little sister. It’s a lot to ask of such a young man, but you’re...

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Alwa's Awakening

Review: Alwa’s Awakening for Mac

June 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

Zoe, the heroine of Alwa's Awakening, falls asleep playing her favorite video game and awakens to find herself inside the land of Alwa, which she must now save from an evil power. Luckily for her, this game is a throwback to the 8-bit games of NES, meaning she only has to work in two dimensions....

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