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Wizards and Wagons - Hero's Adventure Never This Entrepreneurial Before (iOS Game Review and Tips)

Wizards and Wagons - Hero's Adventure Never This Entrepreneurial Before (iOS Game Review and Tips)

Have you ever thought what will happen to all the heroes after they've beaten the bad guys? You certainly will think that they will be enjoying a prosperous life with lots of money on their pocket right?

Well, Touch Dimensions offers a different point of view to the aftermath life of a hero. Touch Dimensions has been known previously for their more traditional strategy games through their games like Autumn Dynasty Warlords.

This time, Touch Dimensions is expanding their genre into the simulation genre. Go from bankrupt hero to successful entrepreneur in this fantasy trading game called Wizards and Wagons.

Lumino City: From Paper to Play - Review & Walkthrough

Lumino City: From Paper to Play - Review & Walkthrough

I'm a amateur photographer. I couldn't always take a great photo, but I do know if I'm taking a bad photo, so I do believe with my eyes a little bit. That is also the reason why I really excited with games that put their effort in their visual appearance.

Unfortunately, games that's taking too many attentions on their graphics, are usually end with bland or even worst poor gameplay. You wouldn't be able to find easily a game with great graphics and great gameplay. If you can, that game would most likely wins an award (because it's rare).

That is why, I got really excited when I saw this trailer from State of Play Games. It is a puzzle adventure game, it is a point and click adventure, with all the backdrops behind, entirely made with real world materials, paper, card.

Even all the effects are handmade using motors and miniature lights. Don't believe me? Check their behind-the-scene trailer below, and why do they bother to do all that? Because they can, and this is Lumino City.

Templar Battleforce for iOS and Android Review (with Beginner Guide)

Templar Battleforce for iOS and Android Review (with Beginner Guide)

Sometimes, there are those games that's just, let's call it not pleasantly beautiful in their graphics display. Even the trailer couldn't give you that charm of first love experience. Nevertheless, despite being short in attractiveness, once you're laying hand on these games, you won't be able to turn back. This kind of games, are the reasons why I love doing this thing, to find hidden gems, games that are often underestimated by others, but actually, have a fantastic game-play.

This kind of situation kind a reminiscent of the latest product from Trese Brothers. Despite being weak at some areas, this little gem will really blow your mind with heap of contents, stories and conspiracies, aliens, space marines, and of course, brilliant game-play. This is Templar Battleforce.

The Room Three: All Secret Endings Unlocked

The Room Three: All Secret Endings Unlocked

The Room series has became a trend-setter, a model, a game to beat for anyone who plays puzzle games. Although, it's been a bit derivation in its second game, their next game in the series still got many people excited with.

So, when Fireproof Games, the British developer behind these games, launched their next game, I'm putting my life to be in the front line to get this game and play it.

Long story short, the game was very far far away from disappointment. I have spent more than 8 hours to play with the latest series of The Room and Fireproof Games and I have no regret whatsoever playing. It's The Room Chapter 3.

Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise - Complete Walkthrough for Logical Inventory Based Puzzles

Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise - Complete Walkthrough for Logical Inventory Based Puzzles

Point-and-click adventure games were coming in the early days of modern computer era. The first point-and-click game is the little-known Planet Mephius, published by T&E Soft only in Japan for the FM-7 computer in July 1983. Unsurprisingly though, the gameplay of point-and-click game is still the same, until now. It still uses the same interface, utilizing a cursor to interact with objects displayed on the screen.

From this classic gameplay in 1983, point-and-click has evolved himself a lot that we've faced a lot of legends in this genre. That's including Lucas Arts' Grim Fandango and Escape from Monkey Islands, and perhaps the most popular point-and-click game currently is Fireproof Studios, The Room.

Seeing how this game has evolved doesn't mean that point-and-click games has lost its appeal. With great story and puzzle, there are still a lot of potential in this genre.

Yak & co is one of those guys that sees this potential and their latest point-and-click game has shown a lot of potential for this genre. It is called Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise.

Neo Monsters: Dragon Trainer - Not Just Another Pokemon Game on iOS (with Tips and Tricks)

Neo Monsters: Dragon Trainer - Not Just Another Pokemon Game on iOS (with Tips and Tricks)

So yeah, I'm a fan of Pokemon games (if you're reading this then I believe you're also one of us). And, if we're talking about that monster catching games in iOS, I believe no one does a better job than guys from Pocket Trend.

If you're looking on their games portfolio, almost half of their list is dominated with monsters catching games. Micromon, Hunter Island, Dragon Island, and their latest game, is also an improvement of monster catching game, and it's called Neo Monsters.

Please Don't Touch Anything (PDTA) All Endings Walkthrough and Guide

Please Don't Touch Anything (PDTA) All Endings Walkthrough and Guide

Before we even start, let me tell you that this post contains a lot of spoiler. This post, is made exclusively for those who have seen the shine reflected by this little gem from BulkyPix and Four Quarters. This is Please, Don't Touch Anything.

There are lots of cartoon series that use the same premise as what PDTA has. It all starts with one Red button and a task given to you while your partner is taking short toilet break.

There's no way you can resist pressing when you're left with just one red button, and nothing else to do. Moreover, when you press the red button, nothing happen beside a switch appears out of nowhere. The rest I believe is what we all have loved the most from this game.

Moto RKD Dash: A Classic 80s Motorcycle Racing for the Next Generation in iOS and Android

Moto RKD Dash: A Classic 80s Motorcycle Racing for the Next Generation in iOS and Android

I couldn't ride a bike, let alone racing in a motorbike. However, I've always enjoyed myself playing with motorcycle racing arcade machine during my childhood. While imagining myself as a real rider, I often made the voice like "VROOM VROOM" (who's with me?). Nevertheless, it was a good time and SEGA ManX TT was one of my favorite motorcycle arcade machine game at that time.

However, long before I was even born into this world, long before the developers were even used digital screen for the UI, there were racing arcade games that only use magnets, papers, relying on mechanics and natures. SEGA was one of the publishers of this kind of game and they called it Moto Champ. An arcade game that was first published back in 1973.

 

Fast forwarding a little bit. In 1983, the closest thing that perhaps was the ancestor of Gran Turismo or Forza is launched, it's called Tomy Racing Turbo Dashboard. Tomy's driving simulator set the standard for racing games on the home gaming circuit by creating a machine equipped with four-speed gearshifts, speedometer, key ignition, and digital viewing screen.

 

Now let's get out from our time machine and facing the real life. Kalin Krastev, the man behind a company called RKD Zone, trying to bring back the future into our past. Combining 3D technology with classic electromechanical toys like Moto Champ and Tomy Racing Turbo, was the idea behind Moto RKD Dash.

Lost Qubixle - A Game to Blow Your Mind for iOS and Android

Lost Qubixle - A Game to Blow Your Mind for iOS and Android

My week is full of puzzle games and I'm very grateful for that. After having a huge feast of puzzles with The Magic Flute by Mozart, this time it's another visual spatial imagination and logical thinking game from Germany one-man-developer under the name of Clear The Gap

Inspired by a board game that I've tried my hardest to find its name but still couldn't figure out the name of it, Clear The Gap will blow your mind with their game, Lost Qubixle

Lost Qubixle is telling a story about collapsed star. The collapsed star is called The Qubixle. The Qubixle is a cube-shaped star that needs to be reconstructed with the guidance of a robot called Qubie. However, this Qubie's memory doesn't seem to be the best memory ever despite being called as a 'robot'. Qubie is only able to help you reconstruct the stars with only three views.

Now, it's up to you on how you will figure out how to reconstruct the stars with as few cubes as possible with only these three views.

Soda Dungeon: A very kind Rogue-like RPG for iOS and Android (with Tips and Tricks)

Soda Dungeon: A very kind Rogue-like RPG for iOS and Android (with Tips and Tricks)

A tavern, according to Wikipedia, is a place of business where people gather to drink alcoholic beverages and eat some food. The oldest tavern that has ever recorded, was built in 1633 in Boston, Massachusetts. But then, was implemented in most and almost all medieval era as a place where people could hang out with their friends.

But have you ever thought why in the Medieval Age, all the heroes and villains are always gathering in Tavern? Do you know what kind of drink they actually bought? Well, according to Afro Ninja Production, they actually drink a bottle of soda. This absurdness, if you're agree, can only be found in the latest RPG/dungeon crawler from Afro Ninja Production in collaboration with Armor Games called Soda Dungeon.