Much like Card Crawl before it, Onirim aims to put its own stamp on the classic card game Solitaire. You’re still playing solo against the deck, but the… Continue reading
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So for the last few weeks, I’ve been playing through Nelly Cootalot: The Fowl Fleet. This is a point and click adventure game, that’s part of a franchise with the eponymous heroine, but is the only one that’s available on this platform. That being said, the game plays quite fine without the backdrop to the story of a prior game.
Ray Spark’s indie game Slaughter is a 3rd person shooter for Android devices in which you play a mercenary named Russell attempting to escape from captivity in an abandoned town of madmen.
Currently in beta, Kuboom is an online first person shooter. The developer claims you can play this game on your pc or android device. At the time of this writing, I have only played the android version so this review will concentrate on that.
A cute little time management game wrapped in a Farmville shell is what My Hospital is like. Running a hospital doesn’t seem like much fun when you think about it, but it’s bright and cartoony graphics make this game enjoyable.
Released by Pixelbite, space Marshals 2 is the sequel to the original game. To check out our review of the first one, click here. To be quite upfront, both of these games are very well-made. And there are things that have been improved upon with the sequel, while managing to not take a step back anywhere. It’s rare that you see only Improvement in a sequel, without something unintentionally offsetting that.
The Trail is a the newest game from Peter Molyneux (Populous, Fable, Godus), 22Cans and Kongregate. My first thought before playing The Trail was, “So, I just walk?” Oh, how wrong I was!
Geeks vs. Gangsters released this week, published by Idle Game Studio. It’s their first offering, and it deserves a fair shake here on DroidGamers. For better or worse we’ll find out if it’s worth it’s salt.
If you are looking to steal away a few minutes of time for a light bit of fun, then Pixel Jum’s mini-game Orphan is perfect for you. You play as an unnamed street urchin looking to reallocate funds from the wealthy to yourself in a pixelated Dickensian London. The game is extremely simple, you just need to scrap together enough money stolen from people for food for the day avoiding cops, thugs, and starvation.
While not being especially groundbreaking, 18: Dream world has a special charm that could appeal fans of the match-3 puzzle genre. 18: Dream world is a chain puzzle game by GameSamba. Players connect chains of similar gem-like objects to defeat enemies in each stage. Throughout the game, you collect divers with different abilities and form teams to help sleeping beauties by defeating the witches keeping them in a coma.