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Our pick of the top new hypercasual games for mobile

The problem with hyper casual games is that, since there's not a lot to them, sometimes we can't find enough words to tell you about them Don't get us wrong, we love these short-blast mobile experience and we want to cover them more, which is where this weekly round-up comes in. We're going to take a quick look at a ...

Onimusha: Warlords Switch review – “A good port of a tired, old game”

When playing remasters like Onimusha: Warlords on Switch, it's important to remember that a lot has changed over the last 18 years - especially in how developers approach game design. So, when I say that Onimusha feels incredibly dated, that's a reflection of the game itself. It's a bit clunky in just about every ...

Top 5 games to banish the winter blues

To all our fellow northern hemisphere people: it's winter. Sucks, doesn't it? There's no escaping this most miserable of seasons. Unless you have plans to hibernate for a couple of months, or to pick up some cheap flights for a spot of winter sun. ...

Curious adventure game Radiant One has gone free-to-play

Radiant One sparked some mixed opinions from us and our community - while we thought it was short-but-sweet and gave it a Silver Award, our App Army seemingly hated it because of its slightly wonky controls. Can't please everyone, I guess? Or maybe you can. Now you can give Radiant One a go for the low price of ...

Kaiju Rush review – “A simple but painfully addictive smasher”

Kaiju Rush is one of those games that thinks up a question no one thought they wanted to know the answer to, and in solving that seemingly unimportant conundrum creates something that's an awful lot of fun. The particular question here runs something like this - what would happen if you mashed together Crossy Road ...