Borderlands Legends is the latest addition to the Borderland franchise, specifically designed for mobile and tablet. Control Mordecai, Lilith, Brick and Roland and take out the oncoming waves of enemies. Collect in-game cash by destroying enemies and purchase new weapons. Earn experience and level up your characters, unlocking new skills and abilities! Each character has their own set of unique skills and abilities, use them wisely to survive! Continue reading
Presentation is good, and the package is well developed. The design does reasonably well with the subject matter, but the developers have already superseded what’s on offer here. With pick-up-and-play disposable games like this, that’s reason enough to ditch it and spend your ten minutes on something else. Not a failure, but just not much fun. Continue reading
Face a greater challenge in the latest version of this hit franchise. Play with friends or the AI, take on new encounters and opponents, and face up to three other players in the Planechase multiplayer format. Featuring ten customizable decks, Magic 2013 offers new game items to unlock and introduces the option to choose what lands to tap when you cast your spells. Continue reading
I said that Pitfall may have had a greater claim to aping Temple Run legitimately in comparison to many of its other copycats. This thought was birthed from the real success of this new Pitfall: it makes you remember a great franchise, and consider the impact its long-lasting heritage has had on gaming. There would be no Temple Run without Pitfall Harry, and this fun, creatively styled game makes me pleased that his legacy lives on. Continue reading
Infinity Blade 2 is expansive. Additional weapon styles, a larger castle to explore with multiple paths that evolve and alter over time, and more story. Every aspect or feature from the original was multiplied by at least a factor of two, giving it a bigger-is-better mentality. These additions offer more ways to play, but dilutes the tight experience offered by the original. Continue reading
Smash Cops is well presented, with a UI that looks crisp and clear on the big iPad screen. The graphics are pretty too although they don’t really stretch the latest hardware. Chunky, family friendly vehicles in a brightly coloured Miami styled mini-city are the order of the day. Continue reading
It’s not very often you hear a grown man call something “adorable”, but that is the first word that comes to mind when trying to describe Fine & Dandy Games new iOS title, Goop. Continue reading
I remember a time when games were much more simple. They had names like Solitaire, Mine Sweeper, and Snake. Yes, Snake, the venerable old time waster and staple of any Windows system. Clearly Spilt Milk Studios remembers that time too, because their latest game Hard Lines is a fantastic adaptation of this classic title.