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Life is Strange is hella awkward on mobile

It’s interesting how much your life can change when you simply don’t have time to do anything. I work full time, have a three-hour commute each day, and somehow manage to pop out shitty articles for this website on a semi-regula...


Civilization VI settles on iPad today at a discounted price

New frontiers ahoy for Sid Meier's Civilization VI. After spending the past year or so on PC, Mac, and Linux, the renowned 4X strategy game is coming to a more mobile format (if we ignore the invention of laptops, of course.) Today, Civ VI&...


Review: Gorogoa

I didn’t hear about Gorogoa until I read an article about its creator, Jason Roberts, and his seven-year journey developing this game. It intrigued me, as did the art in the screenshots, and I felt I owed it to him in some way to play...


Review: Hearthstone: Kobolds and Catacombs

Blizzard's Hearthstone has gone through some major changes in the last year. The biggest shakeup saw the game disallowing many of its older cards in the standard gameplay modes, moving them to a separate format called "Wild." The regul...


Fez is still being ported and now it's on iOS

The perspective-shifting platformer Fez is making the rounds once more with another port. The latest version, Fez Pocket Edition, released earlier today on iPhone and iPad for $4.99. This port was handled by BlitWorks, the company who helpe...


Intense rhythm game Thumper coming to iOS

Thumper is a special game, one I'm happy to see come to any and all platforms that make sense. The rhythm title is heading to iOS next with Thumper: Pocket Edition on January 24, 2018. Looking at the initial screenshots, I think this shoul...


Life is Strange is coming to iOS this week

The popular and lauded storytelling series Life is Strange is to be ported to iOS devices this week. The first three episodes of Season One will be available to download on December 14.The episodic adventure, originally launched back in 201...


Review: Race for the Galaxy (Mobile)

As tabletop releases continue to move at breakneck speeds, one recently caught my eye due to the recommendation of a friend -- Race for the Galaxy. I've always been intrigued by the concept of tableau building, but Race for the Galaxy&...


Playdead is bringing Inside to iOS on Friday

Playdead's captivating platform-adventure title Inside is on its way to iOS this Friday, December 15. The mobile version is open for pre-order, but the pricing isn't fully known; it's listed as "free." For me, the first time through, it was...


Review: 7 Wonders (iPad)

It's been out for roughly six years, but in the past six months or so, 7 Wonders became my tabletop group's board game of choice -- either for warmups for heavier games or a cool down afterward ("dessert," as it's called). Our gro...


Review: Puzzle Fighter

Puzzle Fighter’s rocky road to a worldwide release ended last month when Capcom pushed it out the doors just before Thanksgiving to a worldwide audience. I’ve followed the game since it was announced and was disappointed when I ...


Sonic Runners Adventure is zipping onto mobile devices soon

I'm not sure how I pulled it off, but I've found another mobile game that was seemingly already available! Gameloft has announced that Sonic Runners Adventure will be heading to the Google Play and App Stores soon, but if you've actually be...


Amazing Katamari Damacy is now available on Android

I apparently missed the announcement of Amazing Katamari Damacy, a free-to-play endless runner themed around Bandai Namco's consumerism simulator. It released sometime ago on iOS (to which no one on staff can actually find a date and the of...


The next Darkest Dungeon DLC involves a Lovecraftian comet

We've got otherworldly entities, y'all. The next batch of DLC for the unrelenting dungeon-crawling RPG Darkest Dungeon will see a "hateful shard of alien origin" crash-landing into the Miller's farm. When it releases in the spring, The Colo...


PUBG's mobile spin-off gets a gloriously awful CG trailer

Given the popularity of the battle royale sub-genre and the multitude of knock-offs on mobile devices, it was basically a given that PlayerUnknown and PUBG Corp would eventually port over Battlegrounds to the mobile platform. If you were wo...


Sonic the Hedgehog 2 joins Sega's free mobile game initiative

Sonic has had a bit of a crazy year. While Sonic Mania was well received by both fans and critics, Sonic Forces is a bit of a mess. Some people can dig it, but the general consensus seems to be that the game was a missed opportunity. Why no...


Puzzle Fighter is out this week for iOS and Android

Capcom is bringing Puzzle Fighter back this week in big-headed built-for-mobile form. The free-to-play iOS and Android title has been out in select regions like Canada and Australia since late September, but the game will soon be available ...


Marvel Strike Force is the new squad-based superhero RPG

Marvel has tapped FoxNext Games for its latest franchise-spanning mobile RPG and we've got a first-look trailer. Marvel Strike Force will have players assembling a team of characters like Captain America, Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, Groot, ...


Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp goes global this week

People in Australia and New Zealand have been enjoying Nintendo's newest mobile game, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, for nearly a month now. The rest of the world has had to wait for this ambiguous "late November" release date teased last mo...


Pokemon Go is having a global catch challenge this week

Niantic has announced that they will be holding a global catch challenge over the Thanksgiving holiday week for the hit mobile game Pokemon Go. Along with that, the company has started an initiative called "Pokemon Go Travel," in which Nia...


Niantic is looking to Harry Potter for its next game

The success of Pokemon Go basically means developer Niantic can tackle whatever IP they want. Since they have seemingly perfected the genre of capturing creatures, why not adapt Harry Potter into a similar experience next? Putting aside tha...


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