Tag: Adventure

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Have your life saved by the very forces out to get you in Octave, now out on Google Play

Released by Anate Studio, Octave is a point-and-click horror game that’s just been ported over to Android. In this game, players will be assuming the role of an unnamed guy who is about to suffer being executed, out in the woods. Fortunately (though how much so, gets addressed in the game), players are rescued at the last moment by someone or something; divine intervention, if you will.

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Android Game Sale Round-Up: LEGO Batman, Quell series, Warlock’s Tower and more

It’s Friday which means it is time for another round-up of all the Android games currently on sale over on Google Play. While there isn’t a whole lot special with this upcoming weekend, there seems to be a lot of games on sale right now, with a lot of the titles being discounted are more along the lines of being franchises, such as a number of LEGO games or Bridge Constructor titles.

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Dash through labyrinthine tombs in Tomb of the Mask, now available from Google Play

Initially released on iOS quite some time back, Tomb of the Mask has finally been ported over to Android. The back story for this game is quite simple, in that players assume the role of an adventurer who stumbles upon a golden mask that enables the ability to climb walls. From there, players will guide the adventurer through a series of vertical tombs, that have a labyrinthine layout and are replete with traps and hazards.

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Space Marshals 2 Review: a dual stick shooter that’s even better than the first

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.

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