This is a straight forward platform game that looks to Sonic and Rayman for inspiration.
A Dark Room uses a very old-school text-based interface and relies on the strength of its story, player curiosity, and imagination to tell its tale.
Part of what makes Blek so appealing is its apparent simplicity – but it quickly becomes a complicated game, and that’s what keeps you playing.
This is an uncomplicated, uncluttered game that understands that less can be a whole lot more.
Charm is sometimes hard to find in games, but TwoDots pulls it off. With a minimalist play style, it’s both challenging – and inviting.
There aren’t many games that will divide people as quickly as Geometry Dash. Some will love it. Others will be frustrated by it.
God of Light offers a new take on physics-driven games by tasking players to aim beams of light onto different mirrors to make them reach their destination.
With Air Show planes soaring overhead a group of local residents protesting a property tax hike held up signs Wednesday on the Atlantic City Boardwalk.
I think we are all in agreement that too much time spent playing video games is a bad thing for kids, but what about a few hours a week?
With its deceptively simple appearance, the Thomas Was Alone game has soul — delivered through a wonderful narration.
The Angry Birds Epic app actually tries something new, opting for turn-based combat rather than the physics-based game we all know.
Monument Valley is unlike any game you’ve played. It’s a winding, brain warping title that will occasionally frustrate you to no end.
Leo’s Fortune is a basic platform game that takes cues from Sonic but proves frustrating at times.
When an app’s called Goat Rampage, you probably shouldn’t expect it to make a lot of sense. This one is fun short term but ultimately a one-trick pony (or… goat).
The movie was a hit earlier this summer, but when it comes to apps, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 falls short.