Only a Japanese video game could offer you the chance to play as a cup of noodles, a hamster in a ball, a zombie, a lantern, a magazine, a squid, or a rice ball. Except this “Japanese” game was made by a bunch of Brits. What?
Launching Pad Games’ iPhone titleÂ Scarlett & the Spark of Life is an old school adventure in the vein of Grim Fandango or The Dig — only without the wildly original premises behind those games. The game finds you taking on the role of Princess Scarlett, a scrappy, self-reliant adventurer who knows how to get things […]
As it turns out, Clue: Secrets & Spies for iPad has nothing to do with the board game Clue. It shares the brand image, and there are some peripheral “secret agent” characters referenced who share their names with the iconic Mrs. White, Mr. Green, and so forth, but you won’t spend your time solving a […]
The best thing Crazy Snowboard for iPad has going for it is how easy it is to play. You can literally pick it up and start playing in less than a minute, because the controls are super intuitive. The basic scheme couldn’t be simpler: just tilt your iPad to steer the avatar down the slopes, […]