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Five Years Later, Ridiculous Fishing is Still The Best Mobile Game Available Five Years Later, Ridiculous Fishing is Still The Best Mobile Game Available

Over the years, and through multiple new phones, many games have come and went from the home screen of my phone. Some lasted mere minutes or hours, and some have lasted months. However, there is one game that has managed to stay firmly placed on my iPhone home screen for nearly five years. That game my friends, is …

Girls' Frontline is coming in English Girls' Frontline is coming in English

I really never thought I’d want to shill a mobile game to this degree...

I beat Cat Condo so you wouldn't have to

Hey every it me again Novi. I was made awares of an idle tappy game that featured cats in an ever growing cat tree that can only be sen as a Cat Condo with as big as it gets. I was originally tipped off from the Mike Fahey over at Kotaku in regards to this. Link here in case you want to check that out.

The Stranger Things mobile game is rad The Stranger Things mobile game is rad

Just in time for the upcoming second Season, Netflix released a tie-in game on the iOS and Google Play App store. Developed by BonusXP, the game presents itself in a typical retro-charm, something that ties in perfectly with the series 80s setting. There’s also plenty of 80s references to be found, whether its…

Hot Take: Fire Emblem Heroes (Mobile) Hot Take: Fire Emblem Heroes (Mobile)

Now that Nintendo has has gotten knee deep in the mobile games market I find myself asking the question: What makes a good mobile game? I’ve never gotten too involved in that area of gaming before now, and my knowledge of said market is pretty limited. I know the staples like Angry Bird and Candy Crush. But those were…

Hot Take: Pokémon Duel (Mobile) Hot Take: Pokémon Duel (Mobile)

While you’re all there being disappointed by Pokémon Go’s Valentines day promotion and Johto update, I’m here being disappointed by another of The Pokemon Company’s mobile outing. Pokemon Duel is the same game that was released in Japan on mobile last year. Despite being named ‘Duel’ theres no sword fighting or…

Hot Take: Nintendo Switch Event (Washington D.C.) Hot Take: Nintendo Switch Event (Washington D.C.)

Nintendo’s Switch tour made a stop in South East Washington D.C. and I made a point of heading down to the event and try out the soon-to-be-released console myself. I made my time reservations, stood in line after drinking about four mimosas at brunch, and made my way into the venue along with about a hundred other…

Hot Take: Super Mario Run (iOS) Hot Take: Super Mario Run (iOS)

We’re finally here folks. It’s the end of 2016, and despite its efforts we haven’t died of stress. Nintendo even released a Mario game on iOS and the “Nintendo is Dead”ers aren’t around to preach their usual doom and gloom. In fact Nintendo might have done it just right. Super Mario Run, currently only on iOS, manages…

Super Mario Run: One Week and Counting Super Mario Run: One Week and Counting

All I ask for in my life is that whatever New Years Eve party I’m attending plays a remixed version of this song.

Peter Molyneux's New Game is Actually Good and Couldn't Come at a Better Moment Peter Molyneux's New Game is Actually Good and Couldn't Come at a Better Moment

Peter Molyneux has a long history of over-hyping and under-delivering. Godus was a total disaster that failed to live up to its promises once again. His latest game though, developed by his studio 22cans in collaboration with Kongregate, is called The Trail and it just dropped into mobile markets without a hint of…

An interview with Cornfox & Bros., Developer of Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas An interview with Cornfox & Bros., Developer of Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas

Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas is an excellent Zelda-like action RPG for iOS, PC, and (soon) Android. I got a chance to speak with Heikki Repo and Jukka Viljamaa of Cornfox & Bros. about the development of Oceanhorn. Here’s what I learned:

Geomon: The Long Forgotten Precursor to Pokemon GO Geomon: The Long Forgotten Precursor to Pokemon GO

Remember Geomon? Most likely, your answer will be no. In 2010, long before Niantic sent the world on an epic AR hunt for their favorite Pocket Monsters, small developer EsperCorp released a Pokemon clone to the iOS App Store called Geomon. The kicker? Geomon used your phone’s location, weather, and time data to…

Adventures Of Mana Now Available For PS Vita in Europe And Australia *Edit*: And now in North America Adventures Of Mana Now Available For PS Vita in Europe And Australia *Edit*: And now in North America

Back in February, Square Enix released the Mystic Quest or Final Fantasy Adventure Remake Adventures of Mana on mobile devices. As the game was released on PS Vita in Japan, many fans wondered why Square Enix doesn’t support the platform in the west so much. Many also jumped to the conclusion, that Square Enix would…

Review: Battleheart Legacy Review: Battleheart Legacy

Battleheart Legacy (iOS, Android) has a trait all too rare in RPGs: focus. The game eschews team building, exploration, grand moral choice, complex equipment systems and more in service of its engaging battle system. It ultimately excises too much, but what’s left is a worthy strategic exercise, if not a fully…

If You’re Still Not Playing Pokémon Shuffle, You Should Be If You’re Still Not Playing Pokémon Shuffle, You Should Be

While buzz continues to grow around Nintendo’s first and future mobile outings, I’m still playing The Pokémon Company’s inaugural mobile title Pokémon Shuffle almost daily. If you’re as addicted as I am, you already know how good it is. If you’ve yet to be converted to the Church of Shuffle, allow me to dunk your head…

The Latest Dragon Ball Mobile Game Has Taken Over My Life The Latest Dragon Ball Mobile Game Has Taken Over My Life

I’ve never been much of a mobile gamer. While my friends were hooked on Clash of Clans or Threes, I was happy ignoring the trend and playing my dedicated gaming consoles. So, why is it then that now I’m playing Dragon Ball Z Dokkan Battle any chance I get?

The Ten Commandments of Mobile Gaming The Ten Commandments of Mobile Gaming

PC gaming isn’t the only thing that has some rules that all developers should abide by. Mobile gaming has plenty of gripes with people as well, and so I believe it is time some commandments shall be written.

Square Enix Is Considering A Western Release Of Adventures Of Mana For PS Vita Square Enix Is Considering A Western Release Of Adventures Of Mana For PS Vita

After Square Enix released The Final Fantasy Adventure remake “Adventures of Mana” in the west for iOS and Android, fans (myself included) furiously commented and asked on Square Enixes blog and the social networks, why the PS Vita version was left out. The remake originally came out in Japan for iOS, Android and the…

Pocket Mortys Sees An Early Release Pocket Mortys Sees An Early Release

Pocket Mortys is now available early on Google Play and iTunes.

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