Pigeon Wings Review

Pigeon Wings by Ignacio Schiefelbein hardly resembles the typical pigeon lifestyle. There are no bread crumbs, and certainly no flapping or cooing. However, it does contain one thing, in abundance. Speed. Some games opt for varied challenges. Some implement puzzles, or tricky levels, to keep things fresh throughout the experience. Pigeon Wings opts against these … Continue reading Pigeon Wings Review

Cubiques Review

Cubiques by Dilmer Valecillos is Edge meets Q*bert, a block-rolling puzzler with a simple premise: eliminate a set number of floor tiles, then escape to the level's exit. It's not an exceptionally unique concept, but the game's design is so clever and well-presented that I couldn't help but play through every last level in one sitting. The game's … Continue reading Cubiques Review

Monument Valley 2 Review

Monument Valley 2 by UsTwo Games isn't just an amazing game, and isn't just a sequel to an amazing game. It's a rich, emotionally-intelligent art piece, bursting with creativity and polished to perfection. I can't help but describe Monument Valley 2 with enthusiasm. The first Monument Valley was an achievement in its own right, an ingenious puzzler with a … Continue reading Monument Valley 2 Review

Miles & Kilo Review

Since the release of Canabalt in 2009, auto-runners have cornered the iOS platforming market, and for good reason. For all their benefits, touchscreens are unfortunately cursed with a lack of tangible feedback, and aside from a few specific titles which benefit from onscreen arrows and buttons, virtual controls in mobile games are often clunky, unappealing, and result in wasted … Continue reading Miles & Kilo Review

Death Road to Canada Review

It's tough to avoid being a cynical crank about zombie culture. After mowing down thousands of them with a pea-shooter, bashing their skulls in with a crowbar, and stealing their twinkies, there seems to be no end to the abuse that zombies are willing to take. Like the creatures themselves, zombie culture plods on, refusing to … Continue reading Death Road to Canada Review

Gravity Galaxy Review

Gravity Galaxy by Pixelbyte has all the qualities I've come to expect from titles published by Ancient Games. It's packed with charming low-poly graphics, intelligent puzzle design, and filled to the brim with unlockables. At launch time, the gravity puzzler's playtime is admittedly a little short, but despite the general lack of replayable content, the game is … Continue reading Gravity Galaxy Review

Milkmaid of the Milky Way Review

The point-and-click adventure genre can prove to be a little dense for newcomers. Long passages of dialogue and obtuse puzzles can bog down even the best games in the genre, but thankfully, Milkmaid of the Milky Way, a whimsical point-and-click adventure title by Machineboy, keeps things simple, earnest, and quick-moving. While it isn't a lengthy experience, or even … Continue reading Milkmaid of the Milky Way Review