Travel in time to the curious alternate world of London 1889 in the “epic” Steampunk game The Clockwork Man wherein you follow the copper robot Sprocket and his ward Miranda through an adventure to find her grandfather.
Sol: Exodus from Seamless Entertainment makes use of the Unreal engine to bring back the deep space dogfighting spirit of games like Wing Commander and applies an impressive coat of paint. Read the review…
Franky Fox is an action-based educational game from indie developer Freddy Hinds. Will it receive top honors in our review?
A man’s life hangs in the balance as images from his life cry out to be claimed as his true memories. Can his past be reconstructed before time runs out? Find out in Retention…
In Xperiment SB1 from Interactive Exchange Company, you take on the role of some form of microorganism known as Furry Ball. Your life consists of floating around in fluid absorbing whatever comes too close to you. Read the full review…
Pocket Summoner is a Pokemon-inspired PvP online Freemium game for iOS that awards those willing to open their wallets, but that offers sufficient “non-paying” adversaries to grant much idle time killed going back and forth obsessively
Read our review of Attack of the Mutant Sheep for iOS. Mutant sheep are attacking your hot dog! Fend them off, or get flocked!
Picaroon is an RTS with some MMO elements (or what the devs call an MMORTS; it’s free to play, but if you really want to wallop your opponents, be prepared to shell out the doubloons.
A review of Atom Zombie Smasher from Blendo Games wherein the writer notes the fresh take on the increasingly tiresome zombie apocalypse genre has a bite taken out of it.
Wolves and Eagles duke it out on a magical battlefield that closely resembles a Connect Four board. Does it all line up, or does the bottom drop out?
A review of a point-and-click version of a beloved Russian fable. Does this remake of the 2002 Windows title warm the heart, or leave players out in the cold?