Gear.Club Review (Huawei Honor 8): The Forza Motorsport of Mobile, But… Lighter (Video)

There’s no shortage of racing games on Android, but quality titles… not so much. Aside from the odd Riptide and Asphalt title, we seldom get a new entry in the top 5 or top 5. Gear.club came with bold claims and we played it on the Huawei Honor 8 late last year. It’s free in the Play Store. We’re dealing with a racing game that’s... 

Riptide GP Renegade Review (LeEco Le Max 2): New Benchmark Game, Landmark in Graphical Achievement (Video)

If you’ve followed our activity online, you probably know we’re related to the sites GSMDome.com and Mobilissimo.ro. We test handsets there and our tests involve, aside from benchmarks, gaming tests. Usually we relied on an Asphalt or Riptide title and when Riptide GP Renegade arrived, the torch was passed to it for benchmarks in gaming.... 

Narcos Cartel Wars Review (Gionee S6S): Capable Clash of Clans Clone, a Bit More Actually (Video)

Narcos was a huge hit for its first two seasons on Netflix and it was expected that the show would get its own videogame. It’s a Clash of Clans clone (sort of), available for free on Android and we played it on the Allview X3 Soul Style, a handset also known as the Gionee S6S. I some regards, this game is more like Boom Beach than Clash of Clans... 

Make More Review (Teclast X98 Plus II): Funky Clicker, Also a Bit Sick (Video)

If you’re the kind of gamer who suffers from OCD, you may end up loving games such as clickers, or better said tappers in the case of touchscreen games. Such a title is Make More, which we played on the Teclast X98 Plus II tablet. It’s a free game in the Play Store and it’s quite fun to play, in spite of the creepy setting. I say... 

Flip Diving Review (UMi Max): Fun, Nicely Rendered Animations, but Gets Old Fast (Video)

A couple of months ago, while testing the phone UMi Max, we also played with a game called Flip Diving. This title is all about jumping from a high cliff, straight into water, while also doing some stunts. The game comes from Miniclip.com and it was tested on the UMi Max. It’s available for free in the Play Store and it lets you unlock all sorts... 

Hopeless 3: Dark Hollow Earth Review (Lenovo K6): Not Enough Evolution From Predecessor, Now a Bit Harder (Video)

We’ve played our share of Hopeless series games and they were both quite original, but the third one seems to stick to the recipe of the previous title. We had a first game with a bunch of blobs sitting in the dark, crowded by monsters coming at them, then we got to riding mine carts and shooting the same ugly creatures. In Hopeless 3 we once... 

Mobius Final Fantasy Review (ASUS ZenFone 3 Deluxe): Lots of Potential, Part of It Wasted, Very Nice Graphics (Video)

Mobius: Final Fantasy is the latest attempt from Square Enis to stay relevant in the mobile game area, after a series of ports of their most famous games from the 1990s and beyond. Mobius is a free title in the Play Store and I’ve been playing it for a while now, first on iOS, but the connection bugs made me give that up. Now let’s see if... 

PinOut Review (ASUS ZenFone 3 ZE552KL): Possibly the Best Pinball Game Out There (Video)

Who imagined that one of the best games on Android in 2016 would be a pinball title? It’s dubbed PinOut, comes from Mediocre and it’s free in the Play Store. We played it on the ASUS ZenFone 3 ZE552KL and had a blast with it. As the name says, it’s a pinball game, with a lot of visual personality and style, plus a nifty soundtrack. There’s... 

Dots & Co: a Puzzle Adventure Review (Huawei P9 Lite): Finally a Minimalistic Puzzle With Brains (Video)

A couple of months ago, while playing with the Huawei P9 Lite, I took the game Dots & co: a Puzzle Adventure for a spin. The game is available for free in the Play Store and it was launched in July this year. It’s part of the acclaimed Dots series and it simply involves connecting dots… with style. There are also special characters... 

Vertigo Review (TP-Link Neffos C5 Max): Steering-Free Endless Runner With Sepia Graphics (Video)

Last month we played an interesting game called Vertigo Racing, available for free in the Play Store and offering us the ability to “race” without having to steer. We played the game on the TP-Link Neffos C5 Max and found it to have an original Instagram filter-style color choice. It’s as if a sepia filter was applied on top of the... 

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