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Beautiful snowboarding game Alto’s Adventure coming to Android soon

Beautiful snowboarding game Alto’s Adventure coming to Android soon

Endless snowboarder Alto's Adventure is coming to Android and Kindle Fire soon, publisher Noodlecake has announced.Alto's Adventure first came to iOS back in February, featuring simple but addictive downhill trips. The course is randomly generated, and you just have to tap to jump and do cool tricks. Gnarly.The game ...

Out now: To-Fu Fury lets you fire a bean curd into a ninja’s face

Out now: To-Fu Fury lets you fire a bean curd into a ninja’s face

If you enjoyed the previous To-Fu games and were hoping for more, then you'll be pleased to hear that To-Fu Fury has launched on iOS and Kindle Fire.It sees you navigating about 70 levels as the titular To-Fu, sticking to walls and beating up bad guys to reach the end of each level in as few moves as possible.We ...

Review: To-Fu Fury – Not a pile of curd

Review: To-Fu Fury – Not a pile of curd

To-Fu Fury continues Amazon's assault on the mobile market. It's an intriguing physics puzzling platformer that's about pinging a lump of bean curd around a series of increasingly challenging levels.It's bright and breezy, and apart from a few niggles the controls work pretty darn well on touchscreens.It might not ...

Review: Tales From Deep Space – It’ll leave you smiling

Review: Tales From Deep Space – It’ll leave you smiling

Tales From Deep Space is another game from Amazon. And it's probably the best yet. It's more focused then Lost Within, and less muddled than Til Morning's Light, and it's not afraid to play around with its ideas.It's not perfect, and sometimes the controls will frustrate you, but this is an interesting, puzzling ...

Review: Til Morning’s Light

Review: Til Morning’s Light

Til Morning's Light is a big smooshing together of several different genres. There's some survival horror here, a dash of adventuring, and a smattering of swipey touchscreen brawlers too.And the end result is... well, it's something. It's clearly marketed at a slightly younger audience looking for a meatier gaming ...

Review: Lost Within

Review: Lost Within

Sometimes it feels a bit like Lost Within isn't really trying. Its scares are big barks, its setting is a spooky asylum, and its monsters are, well, they look a bit like emaciated backpackers.Plus it starts off closer to the psychological end of the spooky spectrum, but soon meanders into slightly bonkers ...