Review: Traverse (iPhone)

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Traverse is a easy game to get into. It features stylish, neon-cool visuals with simple but enjoyable puzzles and throws in a heck of a lot of content. It’s a difficult game to explain the core gameplay, but after a few attempts, it becomes second nature. The aim of the…

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Review: Battle for Wesnoth HD (iPad)

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The Battle for Wesnoth is proof that open source community projects can make awesome games. It’s been around for years, of course, and over that time has developed a very faithful community that has produced an immense range of scenarios and refinements, but the HD iPad version is perhaps the…

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Review: Battle for Wesnoth HD (iPad)

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The Battle for Wesnoth is proof that open source community projects can make awesome games. It’s been around for years, of course, and over that time has developed a very faithful community that has produced an immense range of scenarios and refinements, but the HD iPad version is perhaps the…

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Five awesome Minis; mini reviews!

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The PlayStation Minis shop is a bit of a forgotten child on the PlayStation Network, which is unfortunate because there are some seriously good games available on it. You do have to do a bit of wading to sort the great from the rest, though – there’s plenty of junk…

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Five awesome Minis; mini reviews!

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The PlayStation Minis shop is a bit of a forgotten child on the PlayStation Network, which is unfortunate because there are some seriously good games available on it. You do have to do a bit of wading to sort the great from the rest, though – there’s plenty of junk…

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Review: Explodemon (PSN)

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If there’s one thing that the recent Mega Man games have proven, there is legs left in retro-style platformers. As is the case with Explodemon – a game that is so simple on the surface that virtually anyone can pick it up and play, but before they know if they…

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Review: Explodemon (PSN)

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If there’s one thing that the recent Mega Man games have proven, there is legs left in retro-style platformers. As is the case with Explodemon – a game that is so simple on the surface that virtually anyone can pick it up and play, but before they know if they…

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