Double Dragon is a classic arcade and go!e console game from the late 1980s, and into the 1990s. It was a great game and franchise in its time, popularizing the venerated Beat 'Em Up genre. The success of franchise spawned several releases over different platforms. The original arcade game, and its first two arcade sequels was ported over to Android, and released by DotEmu, as a single collection. As such, this review will cover this trilogy.
Nitrome has a string of hits on Android. It seems with every release, they are trying something a little bit different, but strangely enough, totally within their ever unfolding wheel house. Their latest game Vault, is an endless runner, and it is downright fun to play. It isn't easy, but when you string together several vaults, one right after the other, you feel pretty good about it. In short, it is worth a download to play.
After so many years, the game play of Frogger has returned in a big way on mobile devices. With the popularity of Crossy Road, and as an homage to Frogger, Tech Tree Games has created a wonderful mesh of the two, with their game Bring Me Home. The game is fun, wildly colorful and wonderful art.
Inner world is a point and click adventure game, released by Headup Games. I am a fan of this genre, going back a couple of decades, so I was looking forward to review this once I came across it. Fortunately, the game (largely) didn't disappoint, with only a few technical flaws in an otherwise solid game.
Ketchapp has a knack for working with extremely talented game designers. Their latest collaboration with Bento Studios out of Lyon, France, is another successful pairing in my opinion. After firing up the game Escape, you are immediately thrust into an achingly beautiful world. Unfortunately, you have to pilot your rocket through perilous environments. In the midst of such beauty, will be death and destruction... over and over again.
Lifeline by 3 Minute Games, is an intriguing and interactive story. I wasn't quite sure what to expect, but being familiar with the work of Dave Justus, writer of Fables:The Wolf Among Us, was enough for me to give it a chance. I'm glad I did. It is the perfect reason to have notifications on your phone.
Seville, Spain is the spot on the globe where the headquarters of Genera Games calls home. They have additional offices/studios around the world in Boston, Romania and Los Angeles. They recently released an exciting action-filled endless runner called Ramboat. It is a blast to play, and has plenty of missions to conquer. Think of Halfbrick Studios' Jetpack Joyride, and you will have an idea of just how fun this game is to play.
Meltdown is a top down shooter from Bullypix. The gameplay is simplistic, the story is nearly non-existent, and the levels are repetitive. With all that being said, the game was a total blast, and I looked forward to playing any time I wasn't. It's not without flaws, just having spelled out a few of them. Yet, none of those really mattered to me, nor dissuaded me from enjoying the game.
Anomaly 2 is a tower assault game from 11-Bit studios. This is the middle game of a trilogy, and seems to really push the boundaries for what tower assault can be, as a genre. My experience with the game was a solid one, with very few flaws. So let us dive into this review shall we?
Rewind is a puzzle game that was recently released by Dreamkind studios. And while the game is a puzzler, those puzzles are dropped into the setting of a legal contest. And while fairly short and ending abruptly, the setting is intriguing, as I found myself trying to piece things together as I went along.
Brick breaking games have been available for a long time, but there is nothing quite like the latest brick breaker from CLM Games. If you enjoy brick breaking games, you owe it to yourself to download Anodia 2. It is the best brick breaking game of them all, because of the game play, variety in level design, and the flawless art that is involved in the game.