Adventure Reviews

Wonder Golf – Alice’s Mini-Golf Adventure
April 16, 2014 -

Alice has just had her phone stolen by the white rabbit, and now she’s ready to chase it in the new mini-golf adventure, Wonder Golf. Wonderland makes for a great mini-golf setting because there are… Read More »

Monument Valley – Greatness Is Not An Illusion
April 4, 2014 -

The App Store may be filled with junk, clones, and redundant apps, but that just makes unique experiences stand out that much more. Monument Valley is a new iOS game by Ustwo that doesn’t have… Read More »

Captain America The Winter Soldier Game – Fighting For Freedom
April 4, 2014 -

Captain America: The Winter Soldier hit theaters today, and now you can play the official iOS game from Gameloft. The first Captain America movie saw an accompanying iOS game made by Disney Mobile, but now… Read More »

Monster Legacy – Trying To Capture The Pokemon Legacy
April 1, 2014 -

Pokemon is one of the most popular gaming franchises in the world, but Nintendo is not bringing a version to iOS any time soon. That allows third party developers to attempt to fill the void,… Read More »

Tiny Space Adventure – To Catch A Tiny Thief
March 31, 2014 -

Certain games are better suited for iOS, than others and the point and click adventure genre has seen new life with the touch screen devices. One of the best stand outs in the genre is… Read More »

Out There – Loving Getting Lost In Space
February 28, 2014 -

We usually hear of the glorious tales of space travel, but everything can go wrong out in space. There’s the potential to meet strange life forms, face deadly asteroid fields, run out of fuel, lose… Read More »

Tengami – Unfolding An Epic Puzzle Adventure
February 21, 2014 -

There has been much debate whether video games classify as art, and the new game Tengami is exhibit A in favor of the argument that video games are indeed art. The game delivers a beautifully… Read More »

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas – Poppin’ Fools, Now On iOS
January 27, 2014 -

It’s time to hit the streets of Los Santos while dealing with gangsters, drug dealers, and drive-bys. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is now on iOS, as Rockstar Games continues to support iFruit devices with… Read More »

In Fear I Trust – Embracing The Eery Mystery
January 24, 2014 -

Patient #17 awoke to find himself laying in a jail cell with no living creature in sight. He found his way out with a wrench oddly placed by the cell, and as soon as he… Read More »

Tomb Raider I – Should Have Stayed In The Past
January 21, 2014 -

Lara Croft has seen her fair share of adventures, and it all began with Tomb Raider I, released back in 1998. Now, the game has come to iOS in its full version offering up a… Read More »