[Casuals Consortium] Temple Run 2


This month, Imangi Studios brings its sequel to the crowd favorite Temple Run. While this new game still does not feature a central story beyond petty thievery from a temple of demented monkeys (replaced now with one, behemoth-sized primate) it maintains its original fast-paced game play and improves on a number of its key components to the enjoyment for new players and veteran marathoners. 

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[Pros and Cons] Android Gaming


Just two years ago, browsing the Android market for games often meant either finding a slew of Angry Birds titles or its clones, while friends and family on iOS devices had access to titles like Jetpack Joyride first and more hardcore titles from a vast range of established gaming companies like Square-Enix. However, a quick glance today reveals titles like NBA Jam and Final Fantasy III, legitimizing Android devices for gamers as much as any iOS device. With the incoming release of the Ouya and announcements for nVidia’s Project Shield and Game Stick, there seems to be an impending explosion of Android gaming awaiting us in 2013 and on. However, this comes with it a series of pros and cons that gamers must analyze before either getting onboard with or shrugging off Android gaming.

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[Review] Arcane Legends (iOS)


In the world of mobile gaming, MMORPG’s has struggled more than most other genres. Games have struggled to present an entertaining experience that will retain players. Spacetime Studios is no stranger to MMORPG’s with games such as Pocket Legends, Star Legends, and Dark Legends; however, with Arcane Legends, Spacetime Studios has finally created an MMORPG worth playing.

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[Review] Hero Academy (iOS)


I, like many of you other on-the-go gamers, became addicted to Words With Friends, Hanging With Friends, and all the other turn-based word games. But I also soon became saturated by notifications because I was playing around 20 games at a time. Maybe it’s just me, but the point where games become a chore is approximately the point where they are no longer fun. Though these types of games are great on cell phones, I think that playing games with words might just be a bit too leapster learning for me. I wanted a turn-based game with more… action. And Hero Academy was just what I asked for.

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[Casual Friday] Tiny Tower

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One of the biggest problems with the iPhone to date has been the battery life. Battery management has become a daily task that is as important as eating lunch – especially for those of us that our juggling several different games. But what if there was one game that you could become full engulfed with that can almost promise minimal battery drain? Boy, is Tiny Tower for you. However, readers beware: after twenty minutes into it, you will become a mindless slave and you won’t even know why.

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[Review] Boxhead: The Zombie Wars (iOS)


In a world probably at the brink of destruction, the majority of the population has been transformed to evil zombies due to a virus, radiation, or something of the sort. You are a one-man wolf pack armed with your wits and a pistol. Your objective is to survive or repopulate the world – well, more like see how long you can live. If these vague and cliché instructions are enough for you, then you’re ready to step into the fray, and ready to take on Boxhead: The Zombie Wars.

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[Review] Fruit Blast (iOS)


Contrary to popular belief, monkeys don’t always throw feces. Although I’ve never met a monkey that throws fruit, I’m sure they’re out there somewhere; MEDL mobile has not only captured his essence, they have armed you as well. If you’re ready to take down this primate bully then let’s go!

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[Casual Friday] Shape Shift


For this week’s Casual Friday I’m looking at Backflip Studios’ newest hit Shape Shift. It already has thousands of downloads but is it really any different from the already popular Bejewled Blitz?

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[Review Rebuttal] Hector: Badge of Carnage

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If you had read Jhonny’s review of Hector: Badge of Carnage, you were probably in one of two groups. Either you’re going to treat the game like the plague and never go near it, or you’re thinking of the hate mail you’ll be sending him for such a blasphemous review. Personally, I’d be part of the latter if it weren’t for the fact that I could tell him off in real life. After trying the game for myself, I found that it was one of the most creative point-and-click experiences I’ve ever had and literally had me clapping my hands at the solutions to some of the puzzles.

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[Review] Hector: Badge of Carnage

Available on: iPad; Publisher: Telltale Games; Developer: Telltale Games; Players: 1; Released: May 12, 2011; ESRB: NA; Official Website


Hector: Badge of Carnage is the newest installment of episodic games released by Telltale Games. You play as the incompetent Detective Inspector Hector fighting crime and cleaning up the streets in the not-so-fair city of Clappers Wreake as a terrorist decides to take over. It is now up to Hector to save the city in this “point-and-click” game, solving various puzzles along the way. This may seem to sound like an innocent game but be warned: you must be 17 years or older to download this game and it is only fitting that the same disclaimer should apply for this review. So reader be warned it’s about to get… raunchy.

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