Dungeon Boss is fucking badass. I love it. It’s for Apple and Android.
What’s the most fun part of an RPG? Boss battles, managing stats, upgrading your characters. Dungeon Boss takes the best parts of a dungeon RPG and presents them in a very beautiful package.
You control a team of heroes you must summon. You can have up to four at once and the combinations are endless. Strategies really do get developed by just testing and playing. How well will Nitpick work with Fuckface or whatever another one’s name is? Unlocking people and putting them to the test is half of the fun.
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Bethesda shocked everyone at E3 by doing something really bad ass this year – revealing a game we didn’t know about and releasing it RIGHT THEN on the App Store. Fucking sweet! It is called Fallout Shelter and the game is a blast.
Imagine what it would be like to be an overseer of your very own vault. Now you can. Fallout Shelter is a vault simulator that gives you the power to create and design your very own Vault from the Fallout universe. For those that are unaware, Fallout is a universe where Mike Huckabee was elected President and started nuclear war with Russia over a make-believe god from the Bible that never really existed. The entire world is destroyed and a few survivors must exist in what is left – practically described as hell on earth.
Continue reading Fallout Shelter is a lot of fun; needs work though.
Sorcery! 3 is a new game for mobile platforms from inkle, the makers of 80 Days. That was a badass game based on a little book you might have heard of, by Jules Verne…
So this game is based on a running series by the name that features magic, dragons, and magic dragons. You get to walk around on a neatly styled old timey map with an almost game-board piece character and make choices. However, you also engage in battles where you must carefully choose how much of an attack to lay against an enemy, depending on their defense and offense.
Continue reading Sorcery! 3 is pretty bad ass – but complicated!
I’m not going to ooh and ahh all over Pocket Mine 2 but I have a strange affinity for mining games and can’t explain it. They make 100% no sense and are nothing like mining but I still like the simplicity and fun of the genre. Pocket Mine 2 does an OK job with that, with a few complaints.
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I figured I was getting another Clash of Clans rip off with DomiNations but I couldn’t be happier to be wrong. The game is actually fun and charming.
Continue reading DomiNations – A surprising treat for mobile/tablets!
Wrassling is a game I found on the App Store that basically simulates a battle royale in wrestling. There are bosses and events and it all can be kind of fun. For about ten minutes.
Continue reading Wrassling for mobile platforms is fun – for about ten minutes.
First Strike is a game by Blind Flung Studios that highlights how possible, at any moment, nuclear weapons could eradicate life on the planet.
Continue reading First Strike for tablets is awesome fun.
FOUR is a game best played on a phone where you spell four letter words. It’s easy. It gets hard. And it gets old.
Continue reading Four Letters for phones is boring.
No idea how, but a simple, clicking game has won me over. AdVenture Capitalist was just released on iOs and it has cool music, neat and easy graphics, a simple formula and a lot of fun.
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JFK Challenge is a new iPad game developed in cooperation with the JFK Presidential library. It is aimed at youngsters and teaches them about how JFK was the great person who ever lived. At least, that’s what the narrative seems like.
Continue reading The John F. Kennedy Challenge isn’t quite as rosy as reality.