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May 25, 2013
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May 24, 2013
Smartphones are rife with many a simple game, but simplicity should not be mistaken for a lack of depth. Often developers make the mistake of trying to incorporate too many complex ideas into their games which can end up doing more harm than good. On the flipside, there are plenty of games that do too little and wouldn’t hold the attention of a toddler.
Games are fun when they focus on a few core elements and perfect them. Pixel Kingdom (for iOS and Android) isn’t muddled down with unnecessary, incongruent mechanics and features fun and simple – but not shallow – gameplay. Continue reading…
May 22, 2013
I would call Rymdkapsel minimalist, but that would belay the level of depth it actually offers. This is just one of those titles I was drawn to at first glance. The minimalistic but colorful graphics, the Tetris-style room placement, the strategy; it all came together to make for a uniquely addictive experience for PlayStation Mobile and PS Vita (and coming to iOS and Android in July).
May 19, 2013
1) Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies (3DS)
2) Pokemon X and Pokemon Y (3DS)
3)Shin Megami Tensei IV: The Ritual (3DS)
4) Scribblenauts Unmasked (3DS)
5) Sound Shapes ’80s & DubStep DLC (Vita)
6) Layton Brothers: Mystery Room (Japan iOS)
7) Yokai Watch (Japan 3DS)
8) Soul Sacrifice Basilisk DLC (Japan Vita)
9) Soul Sacrifice Troll DLC (Japan Vita)
10) Dragon’s Crown Sorceress (Vita)
11) Dragon’s Crown Fighter (Vita)