Tap The Right Gems – Game Review

 Tap The Right Gems – Game Review Once again I’m attracted to a more simple title. I do enjoy playing for 1 hour sessions on my phone or tablet but I seem to review more easy to play but hard to master games like Tap The Right Gems. Considering in one game mode it only lasts 10 seconds if you played slowly, you can enjoy 6 games in one minute and 360 in an hour. In all seriousness Tap The Ri...[Read More]

Bennys Addictive Survival Game

 Bennys Addictive Survival Game Benny is hungry, very hungry and in order to survive he sneaked into enemy’s territory stealing and munching their food. Certainly, they don’t want that and try to stop you by bristling with their prickles and therefore, you should beware of every physical contact! A variety of puffer are among them which are all different in their features. On top of th...[Read More]

Circles & Brain – Review

 Circles & Brain – Review   A simple and familiar game where you have to match the circles shown in order. Yes there are loads of games already like this, but, Circles & Brain offers real time multiplayer 1v1. Pretty sure that’s a unique feature compared to the rest. An uncomplicated game to play, in all honesty but the 1v1 really offers this title a bit more. Myself and t...[Read More]

Quiz Up – Review

 Quiz Up - Review The world’s largest trivia game is finally available on Android! Having been available on iOS first, the development team behind Quiz Up have launched their title on Google Play. 10 million players battle it out on a range of topics and use the built in social and share features to show how great they are on Facebook or Google Plus. ( Play Games Services features are built in for...[Read More]

Gapps Early

Gapps Early is a site for finding those pesky Google applications that get rolled out in stages and you’re left behind waiting on an older version. The guys at Mountain View seem to favour these staged roll outs so if anything funky happens it can be potentially pulled quicker. (Well that’s the common sense approach) What usually happens is the masses hear about a new updated app and h...[Read More]

Chip Chain – Review

Chip Chain – Review   “Place and match 3 or more identical poker chips to earn a more valuable chip, then chain together matches for huge bonuses! Play power-up cards to make combos, extend chains, and maximize your score. The dealer tosses random chips to get in your way, but if you play smart and think ahead, you can turn the tables and use them to your advantage!” chip-ch...[Read More]

Bounty Hunter Black Dawn – Review

Bounty Hunter Black Dawn   The first thing that hit me about this game was how much it reminded me of Borderlands, the brilliant PC/console game. And that’s no bad thing. The background music(which thankfully can be turned down or off altogether), the wacky characters, the graphics in general. It also reminded me slightly of the early TimeSplitters and Team Fortress. I don’t reall...[Read More]

Android Collectible Guide

Android Collectible Guide is Nicolas Marien‘s first Android app,   Google Play Description: You are a new Android Mini Collector and you are lost with all the different series, names, artists…? Fear no more. This application aims to help you get along with collecting Android Mini. You can add some action figures to your personal collection, set a price for each mini, estimate your...[Read More]

Google Play, commenting and feedback – Editorial

Google Play, commenting and feedback I’ll be honest, I’m not sure why but I very rarely leave reviews on Google Play. I honestly don’t know why but from today, I will be more keen to. I’m sure most Google Plus users have seen which apps/games/icon packs, I’ve plused. I usually just do this after I download whatever it is I’m looking for but if it turns out not t...[Read More]

Super Paper Pool – Pre-release Review

  Super Paper Pool One Side Software recently got in touch with us and asked if we would like early access to their upcoming game, called Super Paper Pool, a mash-up of mini golf and billiards. I have to admit, I don’t tend to game all that much on my Androids, but I do keep a few on my devices, one of which is a pool game, another other a golf game, so this one appealed to me straight ...[Read More]

dotdot – Review

Do you like colors? Do you like dots? And what about colored dots? If your answer is yes then join the community and play dotdot  an exciting and colorful game about popping dots. Sometimes I prefer the simpler games. Games that suit a phone/ tablet when I don’t feel I need a damn controller in my hand. A game that’s made to be played on a touch screen and you can do so with one finger...[Read More]

Google Play Game Services. Some thoughts.

I hadn’t really meant to write an editorial but felt the need to share my thoughts on the new service Google rolled out recently. I’m checking every title now to see if it has real-time multiplayer, leaderboards, achievements and cloud saves.  As I check, I see more and more adding the new features, which is awesome. We haven’t really seen many killer real-time multiplayer games ...[Read More]