If you enjoy solving puzzles and clues to reach to a solution, you’ll love the game “Can You Escape”. The game is by Kaarel Kirsipuu, who has a list of escape games to his credit. Can You Escape has 8 levels and task at each level is to solve the puzzle by finding hidden objects or coded numbers in the room in order to advance to the next level. When you enter the room you look around and click on objects, enlarge them to look for clues. Sometimes you even have to solve mathematical puzzles, some color correlations and more to reach to the final key to unlock the door. The difficulty grows at each level, and this keeps the player glued. Read More
Quite a lot of us are in constant desire to pick up new words and use them often. Letroca word game gives you a challenge to remember as many of those words again. It gives you a few alphabets and all you have to do is make as many word combinations using the letters available. It doesn’t limit you to the alphabet count while jumbling. Make as many three letter, four letter and so on words (yes, meaningful!) depending on the total alphabets given. Read More
City of Splendors is a 3D MMO or, particularly, MMORPG action style game that is compatible across all iOS devices and Android devices. City of Splendors is wildly immersive and takes players into a complete fantasy world of their own and it is one of its kind. Read More
Rovio, the brilliant masterminds behind the most successful game, Angry Birds, have evolved into an App publishing company for quite some time. Their first published game being Icebreakers: A Viking Voyage. And now, they have just published their latest game, developed by ‘5 Ants,’ called ‘Tiny Thief,’ on the Apple App Store and Google Play.
For those who are bored of scrabble and crosswords, and who are constantly looking to exercise and broaden their vocabulary, Tap ‘n Cap Apps have released a new word game App: Text Tumble HD With Tibbs. They describe it as a jumble-crossword hybrid; easy enough to get into, but challenging enough to tax the brightest brains. Read More
PostHarvest is an exciting new game in which your objective is to manage an entire farmhouse. From sorting vegetables to clearing out the trash, everything is in your control. It’s an arcade game and you need to become the master of your farm. Once the veggies from the farms are ready, they are placed on a conveyor belt. You need to quickly sort the veggies from the trash. You get extra points for picking up hardcore stuff like dino bones and you also win cash along the way for picking up the right veggies. Read More
Last Match is described as “a simple folk game” by its developer Maxim Makarenko and unfortunately that’s exactly what it is – simple. There are three rows with three, five and seven matchsticks respectively. A player can remove any number of matches from one row. To win you have to leave just one match for your opponent. Initially, you may feel that the game is hard, but after only a few times you realise that there are one or two arrangements of the matches which would allow you to win every time. Also, like noughts-and-crosses, after just two or three moves it’s evident whether you are going to win or lose a particular game. Read More
After its success on Xbox, Relativity Wars has launched on iOS and Android. It’s a great new RTS (Real-time strategy) game which obeys Einstein’s theories of relativity. The universe is laid out as a grid which curves around planets and stars, warped by their gravitational force. Battleships have to fly at the speed of light to avoid being pulled in by the planets and to make sure that their passengers don’t age and die before they reach their destination. Space/Time Waves are used as weapons to send a shock wave through the galaxy, destroying everything in its path. And you get to play God. Read More