Ninety-five percent of my aimless internet wandering is viewing memes and chuckling to myself “I get that reference”. The remaining five percent is when I terrify myself with a popular saying that I don’t understand and causes me to have a deep existential crisis. “Cash Me Outside” is an example of this.
Nintendo today revealed mixed fortunes for Super Mario Run in its first month, with huge downloads but only a small number of users actually paying for it.
Fire Emblem Heroes is Nintendo’s next forray in to the mobile arena after the okayish Super Mario Run. FE Heroes will use a F2P standard you know (and maybe have grown to hate) over the years.
Long Journey is the minimalist story of life told through visual metaphor by a boat travelling from left to right across the screen. But is this a speed-boat across crystal clear Tunisian water? Or an iceberg, dead ahead, bound to plummet our ships to the icy depths?
Hidden Folks is a puzzle game where the user has to search for objects amongst a crowded scene. And it looks fantastic. So you’ll be pleased to know it’s going to be out on iOS, Steam, and Apple Tv on Feb 15th.
Good news fellow Android elite: Super Mario Run finally has an android release date – and it’s not as far away as you think!
You know that app with the talking cat that your five-year old cousin won’t stop shoving in your face? The developers of that game just got bought for one billion euros.
My Horse Prince sees a young girl leave her past-romantic disasters in the city and head out to the opportunistic country side. Hoping to find love she instead finds a horse with a human face. But something isn’t quite right here.
MilkMaid of the Milky Way is a new mobile point-and-click adventure game from MachineBoy. But is this a blended milkshake treat or a pint of milk that’s been out in the sun for too long?
If anyone in 2017 is thinking of playing through the Mega Man games, I wouldn’t recommend doing it on your phone.