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Review: Sunless Sea Review – A dark, gothic adventure

Review: Sunless Sea Review – A dark, gothic adventure

Sunless Sea is a gothic, exploration game set in the same universe as Fallen London - only this time you're headed out to zee. Or the sea, if you'd prefer.When the world around you is pitch black and the oceans are quiet and unpredictable, how long do you think you'd last before crumbling into sheer ...

The GTA-like Gangstar: New Orleans hits iOS and Android next week

It's been a while, but Gameloft's finally announced that Gangstar: New Orleans is releasing worldwide next week, on iOS and Android.  It's official. #GangstarNewOrleans releases worldwide on March 30th! ???? https://t.co/OJiAnoVFo3 pic.twitter.com/2arpRwV8No — Gameloft (@gameloft) March 23, 2017Gangstar: ...

Review: Gunpie Adventure Review – Bullets and zombies and mummies

Review: Gunpie Adventure Review – Bullets and zombies and mummies

When the world around you is going to hell, the rule of thumb is that you've got to shoot something.Sometimes those things are zombies, sometimes those things are Egyptian mummy-ish things, but in Gunpie Adventures you've got a bit of everything mixed together in a big mobile bucket.Pair that with big guns and a ...

Demon-blasting shooter Towaga goes on sale for the first time

Towaga is a frenetic shooter putting you in the boots of a powerful protector of an ancient temple, and it's currently on sale for 1.99p / 1.99c on the App Store.As the guardian, you wield a powerful laser to burn away the shadowy creatures encroaching from all sides. Different enemies force you to use unique tactics, ...

Militia packs tactical depth into a minimalist strategy game

Militia packs tactical depth into a minimalist strategy game

Militia's muted aesthetic and abstract icons wage tense tactical battles in this new strategy puzzler, out now on iPad and iPhone.Reminiscent of games such as Hoplite and Enyo, Militia gives you complete knowledge of the board - how many enemies can move, which attacks they can use, your own unit's strengths and ...

Hands-on with West of Loathing

Hands-on with West of Loathing

West of Loathing may look familiar if you played Kingdom of Loathing, the cult browser MMORPG that surprised many a few years back. Asymmetric is back with a new, single-player RPG, this time transporting players to the fictional Wild West. It's shaping up to be a deep RPG experience, despite the stick-figure art that ...