Ski Safari Adventure Time Review (Samsung Galaxy Note 5): Funky Improvement Over the Original (Video)

Ski Safari was an unexpected hit when it first came out, that totally required a successor. Well, it came as Ski Safari 2 a couple of weeks ago, but before that there was Ski Safari Adventure Time, that we reviewed below. We played it on the Galaxy Note 5 and you can download it from here for $1. It uses the trademark Cartoon Network characters from... 

Fortress Fury Review (Allview X2 Soul Pro): An Excellent Little Tower Defense Title, With a Lot of Originality (Video)

Tower defense gets its definition changed by the game Fortress Fury, that we tested on the device Allview X2 Soul Pro. This game is available for free in the Play Store and you can check out its review below. The idea here is to build a tower and upgrade it, plus fire at the enemy’s tower. There’s a ballista and the ability to fire thunder... 

Hellrider Review (ASUS ZenFone 2): Nice Little Twist on Zigzag and Snow Roll, But With Even More (Ad)diction (Video)

Hellrider was one of the games I played on the ASUS ZenFone 2, a phone that’s very much prone for gaming, since it was the first with 4 GB of RAM. Well, this title isn’t exactly Doom 3, but it’s quite fun, in its own casual way. It’s available for free in the Play Store and feels like a combo of Snow Roll and Zigzag. Launched... 

Driver Speedboat Paradise Review (LG G Flex 2): Driver Becomes a Boat Race and a… Boasting Race (Video)

It’s one thing to simulate crazy car racing and move on to speed boat racing and another to include a senseless high life simulator in the same title. Driver was a pretty appreciated almost-GTA game series, that involved crazy car stunts and a very nice damage concept. On mobile Driver became for some reason the title Driver Speedboat Paradise,... 

Angry Birds 2 Review (Nokia N1): Ruffled My Feathers a Bit, But Didn’t Lay a Golden Egg (Video)

Angry Birds 2 debuted this summer with great fanfare, but it’s not exactly the hit that everyone expected. It’s available for free, brings a ton of levels (and I do mean a ton), but it also spoils the fun with limited lives (5 of them) and cards with birds used in limited amounts. We played the game on the Nokia N1 and had over 200 levels... 

Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 Review (Nokia N1): Possibly the Scariest and Most Frustrating Game in the Series, Requires Headphones (Video)

Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 is apparently the end of the famous FNAF series, one that comes to a close with this fourth title, that we tested on the Nokia N1 Android tablet. I have already reviewed all the other 3 games, so I have a bit of background on Scott Cawthon’s exploits. Priced at $5, FNAF is probably the scariest and most annoying... 

Does Not Commute Review (Sony Xperia E4): One of the Most Original Commute-Based Games Ever, With Hilarious Scripts (Video)

A few months back, I got the chance to play a game called Does Not Commute, that I had a blast with on the Sony Xperia E4. Basically, the game is free, but in fact you can only play a sort of endless mode, since triggering checkpoints would require an in app purchase. The purpose is to guide people in cars toward the target in a certain time limit.... 

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