Let’s not mince words: Beach Buggy Racing is a pretty generic racing game – but it gets a lot of little things right.
Candy Crush Saga was a phenomenon in 2013. And this latest entry in the series is more a continuation than a sequel.
On paper, Five Nights at Freddy’s shouldn’t be this terrifying. But once you lose, you can rule out going to sleep for a little while.
Plunder Pirates is a game app that doesn’t do anything wrong, but it doesn’t do anything great either.
Hit games come and go in the app store, but Threes! is rightfully enjoying a long ride.
A company on the Main Line has created a mobile game for children that teaches kindness, helpfulness, and ways to do good — but they need your help fund the project.
Call of Duty hasn’t had a lot of luck in the mobile world, but that’s ok – because Modern Combat has filled the hole.
You can’t help but get a Clash of Clans vibe from Star Wars: Commander. But, that’s hardly a bad thing.
The study of so-called time-in-front-of-the-monitor needs to be expanded from TV and video games to hand held devices and the wide array of tools that are out there.
Like Threes! before it, 2048 is a math exercise hidden in a terrifically addictive matching game.
Smash Hit is more than a fun game – though make no mistake, it’s a VERY fun game. It’s also a therapeutic experience and one that is utterly hypnotizing.
Duet Game is not easy. In fact, it’s brutally difficult. But oh man is it an addicting, fun experience.
During a presentation to Gaming Control Board members, John Dixon, the Chief Technology Officer for Greenwood Gaming, which owns Parx, suggested it’s the next big thing in gaming to attract younger players.
Angry Birds might be a beloved app, but Angry Birds Go! is a kart racer cash grab that seems much more intent on separating players from their money.
Created by the same team that developed Fruit Ninja, Fish Out of Water! proves to be just as addictive.