What do you get when you mix up elements of Terraria and Fallout then sprinkle it with a dash of steampunk? You get Bytebin’s new crafting MMO, Deepworld. Deepworld originally debuted on Mac OSX and iPad and has now crossed over to iOS, with a Windows version soon to come. Digging, hunting, crafting and socializing, all in the […]
Two very tired concepts right now are zombies and ‘freemium’ mobile games. Merging those two themes is the new entry from Dragonhead Games, Zombies & Trains for iOS. Even if it’s just a buck, is your train ticket worth the price, or should you just skip this railroad ride?
Racing games and phones have quite a long history together. I’ve always seen it as a somewhat tenuous relationship, because steering controls seem hard to implement well when dealing with touchscreens, gyroscopes, or the keys on a keypad. Asphalt 7 looks to buck that trend, but can it be the one to take the checkered flag, or […]
A long time ago , in a galaxy far far away, a pig was looking for some droids… It sometimes seems that every time you turn around there is a new Angry Birds game out. First they were just angry, then they were angry in different seasons and then they were angry in space (couldn’t […]
If you listen to the Everyday Gamers podcast, you know that I am an avid iOS gamer and frequently game with my son, Mini-Meef. Oh! Sheep by Hortor Soft is fun for all ages and is a hit in our house.
If you had a chance to visit the arcades in their heyday, there was no way you could have missed Dragon’s Lair. It was unlike anything anyone had seen up to that point, using cartoon graphics from former Disney animator Don Bluth running on laserdisc when other games were using indistinct sprites. Not only did […]