Heroes of Loot – Review

Heroes of Loot – Review     Anyone who has followed my reviews will know by now that I am a massive fan of pixel art games. So when OrangePixel release a  game I get very excited. With Heroes of Loot they have lived up to my expectations. It’s a rogue like dungeon loot game in which whenever you die everything is reset apart from how difficult the dungeons are.  OrangePixel is main...[Read More]

Review – Mikey Boots

Mikey Boots Mikey Boots is the third in the Mikey series, this time around it is more of a flappy bird platformer. To move around in the levels you have to adjust the direction of the thrust in your Boots whilst dodging missiles, spikes and other obstacles. The game is split into 36 levels with 6 bonus levels. Each of these levels is graded out of 3 stars, to achieve all 3 you must beat the goal t...[Read More]

NOON – Review

NOON – Review This game landed in my inbox with the subject “FOR MILO, WHO HAS PLENTY OF TIME”.So being that I was in the doldrums at this point anyway I installed it to see what it was all about.  I quickly learnt that the game was about killing time, and phone screens. Nowadays we are used to almost impossible rhythm games and this game fits in that genre so much so that gettin...[Read More]

One Finger Death Punch – Review

    Hi guys,  I have a fantastic review you today, its One Finger Death Punch by Mobirix and Silver Dollar and it is free from the Play Store. Before we get into the nitty gritty of the game i’d like to thank DroidHorizon for bringing me on board and i hope you guys have as much fun reading my reviews as i do writing them. So one Finger Death Punch, its not quite what the name suggests ...[Read More]

Twin Rabbit Battle – Review

Twin Rabbit Battle – Review   Twin Rabbit Battle is the second game from DinoMerguez, a French developer poetically against the In-App-Purchase system and also against hipster mustaches. So what’s not to love? This is a mobile card game, a quickly growing genre, in which you battle to go up a ladder in order to gain new cards and set a higher score. You will start off losing a lot of ma...[Read More]

Crossy Road – Android Game

 Crossy Road – Android Game   If you’ve read any of my previous Android game reviews, you’ll know I prefer the more simpler style. Not being a massive fan of on-screen controls and only in short bursts, I like to grab and go with titles like Crossy Road. An Amazon App Store exclusive (this is the first for DroidHorizon, if I’m correct.) The name of game rather speaks f...[Read More]

The Blocks Cometh – Review

The Blocks Cometh – Review Way back in 2011 Halfbot released the game “The Blocks Cometh” on IOS. It made Mashables list of top 10 games and scored 4 to 5 stars on almost every site that reviewed it. On top of that Halfbot is a developer that listens to their playerbase and have added requested features such as landscape gaming. Well now Android users can get in on this action a measly 3 yea...[Read More]

Card Dungeon – Review

Playtap Games have popped out of no where. I haven’t seen any social media hype or beta access but they have just dropped an amazing game on to the Google Play Store and it goes by the name of Card Dungeon. I recently praised Bombsquad by Eric Froemling for using Play-doh and hard realistic materials in the game and I have to echo that same praise now to Card Dungeon – which unsurprisi...[Read More]

The Boxtrolls – Review

If you can’t get enough of “The Boxtrolls” you no longer need to spend £10 to go see it at the cinema. You can sit at home or anywhere really and play “The Boxtrolls: Slide ‘N’ Sneak” published by RED Games. Being the official game you get artwork from the film, sounds and even voice acting blended seamlessly into the gameplay. For the grand price of £$0.00 you get 30 levels spanning 4 different a...[Read More]

BombSquad – Review

   BombSquad Review A very impressive game has dropped onto the Google Play Store this month. It’s name is Bomb Squad by Eric Froemling, made using advanced ragdoll face-plant physics – yes that is their real name. This game has been optimised for the K1 processor with “higher bit-depth rendering, 1080p multisample antialiasing, and 50% more detail and debris in explosions, energy...[Read More]

AntiSquad Tactics Premium – Review

  AntiSquad Tactics Premium from InsGames   InsGames grabbed my attention by releasing Antisquad Tactics in both a freemium and a premium version.The premium is being sold as “Complete freedom from the premium currency,energy … just the game itself!”. I love this idea and I feel games with “energy” are just a bad idea. Why stop someone playing your game? I’ve never been one for turn by turn t...[Read More]

Bio Inc. – Review

Bio Inc. – Review Mama! Just killed a man! Created a germ on a game, using a mixture of pneumonia and insomnia. Okay so they might not be the original lyrics, but they allow me to express my addiction to Bio Inc. This isn’t your usual slaughter simulator. It reminds me of a Tarantino film, it makes you think and involves a lot of death.     Its a different experience playing this game....[Read More]

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