Timelie is a challenging puzzle game where you have to combine stealth, skill and one heck of a talented house cat to try and outsmart an evil army or murderous robots. But don’t worry, if you get caught, you can always rewind time and try again.
The wild west just got a little bit more deadly with Desperados III, a gorgeous small-scale tactical RTS that will challenge your motley crew of misfits to employ their unique skills while conquering seemingly impossible odds over an epic campaign.
The Black Desert Online game is great at providing an ocean of content for its players on the iOS and Android platforms. This week we examine a newly released feature called Merchantry where your adventurer can get rich and famous.
Nordic Warriors carries on where Myth: The Fallen Lords left off back in the 1990s. Well, not really, but Nordic Warriors is so heavily influenced by that classic RTS that would be forgiven if you thought this was actually Myth 4.
Make War is a wargame that takes most of the planning elements and presents them almost like a logic puzzle. It makes for a nice twist on the Epic Battle Simulator genre. It’s lack of polish is forgivable given the very low cost of entry and many hours of fun gameplay.
Sea Salt is a delightful arcade horror type game that features Lovecraftian mythos, terrified townspeople and merciless murder. And you play the bad guy, in the form of an elder god. This crazy game will capture your heart.
Short on time or can’t get together with your friends every Tuesday night for Magic: The Gathering fun? Say no more. Magic: ManaStrike is like Magic: The Gathering in a fast-paced, real-time strategy game you can play on your smartphone.
Crying Suns was released without a lot of hype or fanfare, but has been building up a community of loyal players anyway. The game is a sci-fi adventure filled with tactical space battleship combat, role-playing, a mystery to solve and legions of bloodthirsty space pirates.
What happens when you take a real-time multiplayer battlefield type game and add a single player story mode? That’s what Dustwind did, and we find out what happens next in our review.
The billions of zombies in They Are Billions gave the bite down to many PC gamers, and now this hardcore RTS masterpiece is marching over to consoles. The game is solid there, but the real enemy might be managing a difficult war against the undead with an Xbox or PlayStation controller.