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FRAG Pro Shooter Takes Aim at Fortnite on Mobile

FRAG Pro Shooter Takes Aim at Fortnite on Mobile

While not a battle royale style game, FRAG Pro Shooter it looking to grab the title as ‘best ever hero shooter’ designed exclusively for mobile platforms.  Developed by Oh BiBi, they’re looking to create beautiful, fun and seductive mobile-first experiences of the world’s most successful PC and console game genres. Riding on the success of … Continue reading

Hero Hunters Review | Mobile

Hero Hunters Review | Mobile

I’ve been on a FPS kick this week mainly due to the fact that I’m testing out a new phone and trying to play some hardware intensive games on it. That and the fact that Android users are still waiting on Fortnite to hit so also trying out a few competitive multiplayer games to hold … Continue reading

Guns of Boom Review | Mobile

Guns of Boom Review | Mobile

Competitive multiplayer games are a huge thing right now especially with games like Fortnite and PUPG. Fortnite especially and while we all wait for the eventual release of it on Android, there are other games out there that can satisfy your PvP cravings. One such game is Game Insight’s Guns of Boom. While it’s a … Continue reading

Paint Hit Review | Mobile

Paint Hit Review | Mobile

A casual game by definition is a game that requires very little effort to learn and very little time needed for each playthrough. That’s probably;y why they’re so popular because you can literally just pick it up and play for a few minutes at a time while your waiting around for an appointment or sitting … Continue reading

Missile Escape Review | Mobile

Missile Escape Review | Mobile

Though it seems like I’ve moved on from mobile gaming to console, that’s far from the case. I still play tons of mobile games especially since it helps pass the time and it’s just so much easier gaming on mobile when I’m out and about. With that said, I’m always browsing app stores for new … Continue reading

Amazing Katamari Damacy Review | Mobile

Amazing Katamari Damacy Review | Mobile

I used to love the Katamari series on console where the gameplay was unique and strange. There was something really enjoyable about controlling and rolling up a giant ball of random objects to near planet size that made it super fun and addicting. However, on mobile it just wasn’t quite unique or fun. The original … Continue reading

Vista Golf Review | Mobile

Vista Golf Review | Mobile

I love golf games. I especially love mini golf games because the courses can be so unique and creative, not to mention challenging. It’s been a while though since I’ve played one so I decided to check out Vista Golf mainly due to the fact that the icon caught my attention and the screenshots of … Continue reading

Mekorama Review | Mobile

Mekorama Review | Mobile

I stumbled upon a gem here with a game called Mekorama by a developer named Martin Magni. I’m not even sure how I found it on Google Play but I’m sure glad I did. Mekorama is a puzzle game built on mechanical dioramas with gameplay similar to that of another popular game, Monument Valley. If … Continue reading

Merge Town Review | Mobile

Merge Town Review | Mobile

Looking for a casual game that doesn’t really require much thinking, but does require a lot of your time? Merge Town might be the game you’re searching for. Merge Town is a simple game about building a town on the allotted plots of land with homes. Smaller homes can be merged together to make larger … Continue reading

Wrecker’s Revenge Review | Mobile

Wrecker’s Revenge Review | Mobile

Fans of the Amazing World of Gumball have a new game they can check out as Cartoon Network has released a new puzzle platformer game based on the hit show. Wrecker’s Revenge has you taking the role of Gumball. When his friends and family are trapped in the Void by the evil Doctor Wrecker, Gumball … Continue reading

Pokémon Playhouse is the First Pokémon Experience for Preschoolers | Mobile

Pokémon Playhouse is the First Pokémon Experience for Preschoolers | Mobile

The Pokémon Company International launched Pokémon Playhouse today, an app designed for children between the ages of 3–5 years. The app, which is the first-ever official digital Pokémon experience for preschoolers, is available now on iPhone, iPad, and Android devices as a free download without in-app purchases. In Pokémon Playhouse, aspiring Pokémon Trainers can explore … Continue reading