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Mosaic BlipBlop review: Blip till you Blop, then blip some more

Mosaic BlipBlop
With endless gameplay, endless upgrades, and endless fun, Mosaic BlipBlop is the game every commuter needs on their phone. Are you sick of staring at the floor on the subway on your way to work? Sitting on the toilet alone with your thoughts terrifies you? The prospect of engaging in conversation with another human...

The Office Quest review: Break the cycle of boredom

The Office Quest review boss
The Office Quest calls on you to break your monotonous routine and go on an adventure. You know the feeling: You arrive at the office, have your first (or third) cup of coffee of the day and slump down at your station. Every single day is the same - typing out long reports, meetings,...

Gwent: The Witcher Card Game is coming to your iPhone

Gwent on mobile
Everyone who played The Witcher series knows the card game Gwent. It got so popular among fans that multiple standalone Gwent games were developed, which you can play and enjoy even without any previous knowledge of The Witcher's lore. The PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of GWENT: The Witcher Card Game were...

Born Punk is a cyberpunk adventure game with a twist, now on Kickstarter

Eevi Rinasdottir is having the worst morning. Her head is throbbing from a night of drinking, she’s missing her left hand, and some mysterious yet oddly helpful entity has taken control of her cat. She’s not having a good time. I, on the other hand, am having a blast playing as Eevi in Born Punk’s Kickstarter demo.

The Blind Prophet, a mature, hand-drawn adventure game, is now on Kickstarter

The Blind Prophet
The Blind Prophet is a point-and-click adventure game set in a "tragically blunt and mature universe." This description alone, plus the comic art style, was enough to catch my attention, and I'm glad it did. The game is developed by Ars Goetia Games, a one-man studio led by Baptiste Miny with the help of...

Refugee interactive story Bury Me, My Love is now available on PC and Switch

Bury Me, My Love
Bury Me, My Love is an " instant messaging narrative game" about the Syrian civil war, and one refugee's journey to find safety in Europe. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yYaNM1QSFRM The story is told via text messages between a Syrian migrant named Nour and her husband Majd who was forced to stay behind....

Alien Blackout is a mobile game starring Amanda Ripley

Alien Blackout
It turns out Alien Blackout, a game we thought could be an Alien Isolation sequel, is a new mobile game developed by FoxNext Games, D3 Go!, and Rival Games. The game does see the return of Amanda Ripley, and this time she's not alone. She and her crew are stuck abroad a Weyland-Yutani space...

Alien Blackout could be an Alien Isolation sequel, according to a Fox trademark

Alien Blackout
Alien Blackout could be the name of the new Alien game FoxNext Games is working on. We know this thanks to a new trademark by 20th Century Fox. 20th Century Fox, who just so happens to be FoxNext Games' parent company, has trademarked Alien Blackout as a "game software, computer game, and video game software." The words "mobile application" are also...

Star Ocean: Anamnesis and Nier Automata are collaborating for a limited time

Star Ocean: Anamnesis and Nier Automata
Shortly after revealing that 2B from Nier: Automata is joining Soulcalibur VI, Square Enix shared a new video, featuring their collaboration with Star Ocean: Anamnesis on iOS and Android devices. It appears that 2B and her cohorts A2 and 9S are now playable for a limited time, through November 27. Not a huge surprise since Square Enix are this game's...

The Elder Scrolls Blades plays a bit like Skyrim, but on your phone

The Elder Scrolls Blades
The Elder Scrolls Blades is the latest entry in the Elder Scrolls saga, and it is coming to the only platform Skyrim is not - mobile phones. I had the opportunity to explore a dungeon in The Elder Scrolls Blades demo, and it made me realize that it's time I get myself a new phone. Perhaps the Apple iPhone X, since...

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