Bewildebots is a puzzle game for mobile and PC that involves simultaneously ordering around bunches of robots. Read our full review.
Venture Kid wears its Mega Man inspirations on its sleeve, but does it bring more to the party? Read our full review to find out.
Our 2016 list of top mobile games focuses on those games that really exploit the specific portable, touchscreen-driven nature of the mobile device. Read on…
Can Galaxy Reavers compress complex RTS elements into a mobile framework? Read our review to find out!
Is Never Gone as good as it looks? Read our review to find out!
The latest Humble Mobile Bundle offers eight Android games at three different price points, including some critically acclaimed offerings and IGR favorites. Read inside for the full list.
Humble Bundle’s new mobile offering, designated “Eye Candy,” offers Android enjoyment with a selection of games noteworthy for their impressive visuals.
Humble Bundle’s newest offering, the Humble PC and Android Bundle 13, offers DRM-free games to meet your mobile and PC gaming needs. Read the full list…
Boogey Boy by Goon Studios is a great, randomly generated, endless runner about a character that’s trapped in a nightmare. Can you find a way out? Read more
We are going to keep this one short and sweet: There are simply hundreds of thousands of indie games available on the iOS and Android platforms so it is impossible to attempt to be comprehensive, let alone definitive. Instead, we are going to point out five that we spent a lot of time with and thought were as solid as could be. Here are IGR’s top five favorite mobile indie games of 2012
Take a crack team of investigators into the mouth of madness. Stop the Nazis before they can unleash their horde of undead soldiers on the world.
Don 2 is a third person action adventure game from Gameshatra for Android, iOS and PSN where you play moments from the Bollywood movie. Read the full review…
A review of Alien Rescue – Episode 1 – a top-down shooter from Romanian indie game developers RomBots team. A free game for Android devices.
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…
UK company The Game Creators introduce a “hassle-free” multi-device Game Development Kit they call The App Game Kit