Reigns was one of the best Android games of 2016, combining the rigors of being a monarch with the simplicity of Tinder-style left/right swiping. That’s why it’s great to hear that a sequel is on the way in the form of Reigns: Her Majesty.
Bust-A-Move Journey is a match-three style game that boasts hundreds of levels of bubble-popping fun, wherein you complete different kinds of “targets” — saving “Chack’n” (small, cute little creatures trapped in the bubbles), reaching a specific score, or a myriad of other things.
For those unfamiliar with Thimbleweed Park, the excellent retro point ‘n click adventure game released on PC and consoles in early 2017, there’s a prominent character-a-reno who has a tendency-a-reno to add the phrase-a-reno “a-reno” at the end of various words-a-reno.
The era of terrible video games based on South Park is hopefully at an end thanks to some excellent releases since 2009’s South Park Let’s Go Tower Defense Play! and 2014’s The Stick of Truth. But there hasn’t been much in the way of mobile games, at least until South Park: Phone Destroyer comes out.
Square Enix gets another shot at an Android first impression with Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition, which hopefully is better than A New Empire.
Set to release on Android and iOS on Sept. 14, the game is described as a “real-time, dynamic and deep strategy game.”
Bandai Namco has announced a new game in its flagship fighting game series, Tekken, and it’s coming to iOS and Android devices very soon. If you live in Canada, it’s actually available today as a soft launch.
Framed is one of the underrated gems you can pick up on Android, and on Wednesday, Aug. 16, it’s getting a prequel in the form of Framed 2.
The latest mobile installment in the Football Manager franchise will launch on Android on November 10, Sega announced on Tuesday. It’s a big deal for mobile devices, as the game will also see its full PC release on the same day.
I’ve been playing tabletop RPGs for many years, so Galaxy of Pen and Paper had an easy in with me. That being said, the humour and references are well-written enough to hit the mark for anyone who hasn’t rolled dice themselves and the game’s unique pixel graphic style stands out and matches the tone of the game perfectly. The story, which I haven’t yet gotten very far into, is, of course, narrated by the GM and flavoured gently around the light customisation options you’re given. If you have a big, bulky alien in your party, they’ll react differently to the story than a technician would. As you add to your character list, you can keep customising until you find the mix you like the best. Once you’ve done that, it’s time to send them off into the waiting GM’s hands to discover adventure and combat. The gameplay system is simple to understand…