The Captain is Dead started life as a board game before Thunderbox Entertainment decided to adapt it for mobile devices. It’s something that’s increasingly popular on mobile and we welcome it. Giving a board game a new lease of life digitally can introduce it to a whole new audience. So, …Read More »
App Army Assemble: There is No Game: Wrong Dimension – Does this comedic point-and-click provide plenty of laughs?
There is No Game: Wrong Dimension, despite the title, is a comedic point-and-click adventure game. It initially released on PC but has now made its way over to mobile. It’s a quirky title that looks to pay homage to a plethora of different games that have released over the years. …Read More »
The Pillar is an escape room game that takes place on a mystery island littered with puzzles for players to complete. It initially launched on Steam in June last year but now it’s available on mobile, so we decided to hand the game over to our App Army to see …Read More »
Fisherman is the latest endeavour from one-man indie development team Ciro Manna. We took a look at his previous game, Revolt as part of our series of App Army features last year and now he’s returned with another title. So, we decided to hand Fisherman over to our group of …Read More »
App Army Assemble: Headland – Does this colourful action-adventure title bring anything new to the genre on mobile?
Headland is an action-adventure from developer Northplay. The team spent quite a few years working on the game, aiming to create an action-adventure title that felt at home on mobile. To see whether or not they achieved this, wen handed the game over to some members of our App Army …Read More »
AkiRobots is a puzzle platformer that sees players trying to navigate a series of levels whilst controlling multiple characters at the same time. We decided to send in our App Army to see how they contended with this brainteasing mechanic and whether or not it made this puzzler stand out. …Read More »
The First Tree is a narrative-driven exploration game set in the Alaskan wilderness. It follows two parrellel stories, one about a fox trying to find her missing family while the other follows a son trying to reconnect with their estranged father. We sent the App Army in to see how …Read More »
App Army Assemble: Bridge Constructor: The Walking Dead – How does the latest entry in the popular puzzle series compare to its predecessors?
Bridge Constructor: The Walking Dead is the latest entry in the popular puzzler series. Following the success of the Portal collaboration, this time around they’ve teamed up with popular TV show The Walking Dead. We decided to hand the game over to our App Army to see if their survival …Read More »
App Army Assemble: Double Pug Switch – Does this dimension hopping auto-runner bring anything new to the genre?
Double Pug Switch is an auto-runner that sees you switching between dimensions as you leap your way through levels as an adorable pug. Our App Army has a lot of experience with auto-runners so we decided to hand the game over to them to see how it ranks among others …Read More »
App Army Assemble: Lamplight City – Is this steampunk detective adventure one you should investigate?
Lamplight City is a steampunk detective adventure game that launched for iOS a few weeks ago. It features five different cases to solve, each of which can lead to multiple endings. With so many potential outcomes to discover we decided the best course of action would be to get more …Read More »
FAR: Lone Sails is a story-driven adventure game that has an absolutely stunning visual aesthetic. Our reviewer Catherine was a big fan of what the game had to offer, enjoying its bleak subject matter and deliberately slow pace. So, we decided to see if our App Army agreed with those …Read More »
App Army Assemble: The Last Train – Is this narrative-driven adventure game engaging enough to keep you on track?
The Last Train is a narrative-driven adventure game that sees players taking on the role of the last pilot following the conclusion of an alternate history WW2. They’ll have to choose which civilians to help and which to ignore. Our reviewer Sergio Velasquez enjoyed his time with it, but it’s always …Read More »
Millie and Molly started life as a passion project by the developer who released it earlier this year for the Commodore 64. Now the puzzler has made its way over to mobile device so we decided to hand the game over to our App Army to see what they thought …Read More »
App Army Assemble: Shadow of Naught – Does this stylishly presented narrative-adventure deliver a good story?
Shadow of Naught is a stylishly presented narrative-adventure that recently became available on Google Play Pass after releasing on iOS and Android. It won several awards prior to release so we decided to hand it over to our own judges – the App Army – to see what they thought of …Read More »
App Army Assemble: Aruna’s Adventure – Does this nostalgic adventure game lean too heavily on the past?
Aruna’s Adventure is a nostalgia-fueled adventure game from indie developer James Swiney that looks to emulate games from the genre that were released in the 90s. So, we decided to hand it over to our App Army to see if leaning heavily on the past can make for a good …Read More »
Sadhana is a beautiful-looking puzzle game that tells the story of a young soldier embarking on a journey of self-discovery. We were impressed with the visual design of the game, which is undoubtedly very distinctive, but looks aren’t everything in games so we decided to hand Sadhana over to our …Read More »