The X-Files: Deep State mobile game allows players to become an FBI agent trying to solve spooky cases like Mulder and Scully do in the show. With a classic mix of hidden object and mystery gameplay, this is one of the most fun mobile titles we’ve played in a long time.
You can think of ChromaGun as a deep puzzle game with a great physics engine backing it. Or, you could consider it a clone of Portal with a few added and colorful features. Both descriptions would be correct.
Although not a new game by any means, porting Human: Fall Flat over to the Nintendo Switch is breathing new life into this awesome puzzle adventure. And if you can bring a friend along to fall together, it more than doubles your fun.
The Impossible Quizmas is up this week as Billy looks to celebrate the holiday with an equally festive-themed distraction.
This week our Time Waster is checking out Darkest Hunters, a game that got its start on mobile devices and is now available on PC.
This week There Is No Game is the non-game that our local Time Waster found to entertain himself during his abundance of spare time.
This week Billy is wrapping up the mobile marathon for the Time Waster with a 3D puzzle game called Sherman the Alaskan Cow.
This week our Time Waster is hanging out with the gang from Peanuts in the new match-three mobile game called Snoopy Pop.
This week our Time Waster is a puzzle game for Android devices called Stellar Fox that uses lines and physics to challenge players. It’s a beautiful game, but perhaps a bit too easy for clever Time Wasters to fully enjoy?
Occultus: Mediterranean Cabal is not your typical hidden object title. Instead, it puts the emphasis solidly on story and plot, which, depending on your tastes, might be good or bad.