Ketchapp’s latest F2P mobile game is addictive, but it feels as though the studio’s heart wasn’t in it.
The latest digital version of Magic: The Gathering feels like a step back, thanks to cheating AI and a raft of technical problems.
Bright, brash and filled with personality, SEGA’s arcade classic scales down for mobile devices surprisingly well.
Bethesda’s first free-to-play mobile game may not be original, but it’s a vault-full of fun.
Futuridium certainly looks and feels modern, but make no mistake, its heart and soul is pure old-school gaming – for better and for worse.
Inkle’s latest installment in the Sorcery! series is quite possibly the first ever open-world gamebook. And it’s incredible.
Kyy Games’ RPG sequel tackles the genre with a +1 broadsword of satire.
Not so much a blazing success, but neither does it deserve a roasting: Tomorrow Corporation’s puzzler is best played on mobile devices rather than PC
One last ride on the Orient
Straddling two different platforms – mobile and PC – serves only to highlight the limitations of this casual dungeons-crawler, which offers up deep dungeons of disappointment.