Those of you who enjoy puzzle games on your mobile devices will find a lot to love with Smash The Evil, where you actually put your talents to smashing monsters instead of gems or candy.
Although the game has a bit of a steep learning curve for new players, AErena: Clash of Champions really captures the feel of steampunk in a rare, and fun, turn-based strategy MOBA.
Nether follows the post- apocalyptic trend in MMOs, and adds in a monster race to further harass players trying to kill one another. This dynamic might appeal to some people, but is likely too hardcore for most players.
Most constant runners offer cute graphics, but Tunnel Trouble 3D for iOS and Android goes with a more futuristic approach that when combined with responsive controls is quite mesmerizing.
It took a little while for our reviewer to report on Reaper of Souls given the depth of changes to the core Diablo 3 game. With the elimination of the failed auction house, Blizzard smarty puts the emphasis back on the hunt for great loot.
The Great War is an adventure game that transports us back to World War I, perfectly capturing the emotions and horrors of this unique time in history.
Atlantic Quest offers an underwater match three adventure for Nintendo 3DS players, having formerly been out for the PC. There is a lot of colorful action here that’s perfect for the small screen.
Taking one of the most ancient of games to the most modern of platforms is a match made in heaven for chess enthusiasts, or PlayStation gamers who want to challenge their strategic abilities.
Those of you who played and loved Baldur’s Gate II: Shadows of Amn when it first came out will be overjoyed to play it on a slick new iOS-based touchscreen interface.
Battlegoat Studios unleashes Supreme Ruler 1936 on the world, and we are thankful for it. With a powerful diplomacy interface leading into a tough military fighting engine, this is not one to miss.