Pokemon Shuffle Mobile Now Available

Pokemon Shuffle Mobile Now Available

The first Pokemon game to hit mobile has finally arrived and though it might not be the first Pokemon game you want, it’s certainly a start. Pokemon Shuffle originally appeared in the Nintendo 3DS/2DS but now can be played on iOS and Android. Pokemon Shuffle is a puzzle game not unlike a match-3 type games, … Continue reading

Sage Solitaire Review [iOS]

Sage Solitaire Review [iOS]

If there’s one game that I think everyone has played, it’s Solitaire. Whether it be with physical cards or once on a Windows PC, I’m sure we’ve all sat there and played this once addicting game. I know I still play it from time to time when I’m bored at the office and while the … Continue reading

PAC-MAN 256 Review [iOS]

PAC-MAN 256 Review [iOS]

Do you like Pac-Man? If the answer is yes, you might want to check out the latest free-to-play Pac-Man game from NAMCO called, PAC-MAN 256. Unlike the Pac-Man you knew in the past, this version of the game is billed as an endless runner with Pac-Man traversing an endless maze collecting PAC-DOTZ and avoiding those … Continue reading

PS Plus: Free Games for September 2015

PS Plus: Free Games for September 2015

Sony today released the list for September’s freebie games for PlayStation Plus members. As you can see, this is another month where PS4 owners will get to play a majority of the games while PS3 and PS Vita owners get two each. This month is notable because one of the games, Grow Home, was voted … Continue reading

Shape Gurus Review [iOS]

Shape Gurus Review [iOS]

Shape Gurus is the latest educational app in the “Gurus” series from developer Colto. Their previous apps include Star Gurus and ABC Gurus. One dealt with numbers while the other one with letters. This time around, Shape Gurus deals with recognizing different shapes as well as colors. Shape Gurus is an app designed for really … Continue reading

Never Alone: Foxtales DLC Review [PS4]

Never Alone: Foxtales DLC Review [PS4]

One of the big surprises at the end of 2014 was that of Upper One Games’ Never Alone. With the help of the Cook Inlet Tribal Council, this was a small indie title that featured Alaskan folklore and one that told a truly unique and emotional story. Not only that, the gameplay was actually quite … Continue reading