Category Archives: Mobile
Last year, 10tons games brought us a solid ‘match three’ game with Sparkle: Unleashed. The game was pretty solid but we didn’t like everything. If you want to learn more about Sparkle: Unleashed, be sure to read our original review. That being said, we’re here to talk about the sequel, Sparkle 2 now. Sparkle 2 follows the same path as its predecessor but manages to innovate and optimize the gameplay.
A game that succeeds on every front. Writer’s Note: It’s a bit intimidating writing a review of a game made by one of the big reviewers of back in the day. I have always respected Gregg Kasavin and other former Gamespot reviewers as some of the best in what they do, so there is a bit of pressure to try and do my best. So with that said let’s go:
Terraria will always be refered to as a 2D version Minecraft. And while a lot of that is true Terrarria still manages to do so unique things. Some of it better and others worse. Focusing more on things like exploration and combat instead of building, Terrarria manages to do its own thing and manages to stand out of the crowd of supposed “Minecraft Clones”.
Q.U.B.E has been enhanced as the Director’s cut adding a story, new music and a few tweaks that makes Q.U.B.E. slightly better. But is it good?
Adventure Time is a crazy and very popular cartoon nowadays. Most of the fans are teenagers but that doesn’t change the fact that the humor of Adventure Time can work for a bigger audience. Jack and Finn start a new adventure on mobile devices and combine it with the classic ‘Match-three’ gameplay. But does it actually work?
Camp Pokémon is a new and free app that introduces the younger audience to the wonderful world of Pokémon. The game has several mini-games to offer, all in the world of the famous creatures. We played the game as well and tell you what it’s all about in our quick video review with a lot of off-screen footage.
You can find the video after the jump.
It’s been a while since I’ve used my iPhone for gaming but recently I’ve been playing quite a lot of new apps. Let’s kick things off with Temple Run 2.
After a while of trying to regain old glory, Rayman finally found the reboot he was desperately trying to find thanks to Rayman Origins. The gorgeous art style and fluent game mechanics turned this reboot into an instant classic. The game sold very good and now it’s time for the portable market to get a proper introduction of Rayman. But will the touch mechanics save or break this game?