Mafia III Rivals Review (Sony Xperia XZ): Just the Mafia Name, Not the Mafia Game (Video)

As you know, earlier this month the game Mafia III was launched on consoles and on the PC and just like it happens with most famous games, it also got a companion game on mobile. We played the Android version on the Sony Xperia XZ and we were pretty underwhelmed. The game is free in the Play Store and it’s a wannabe action/RPG. The core of the... 

Oz: Broken Kingdom Review (Huawei Nova Plus): Like Hearthstone in 3D, With Catchy Gameplay Mechanics, Nifty Graphics (Video)

When the iPhone 7 was introduced, a game was showcased on stage to demonstrate the wide color range of the screen and high end graphics of the device. That game is now available in the Play Store for free and it’s called Oz: Broken Kingdom. We tested it on the Huawei Nova Plus and reviewed it below. It feels very much like a sort of Hearthstone... 

Power Hover Review (Huawei P9 Lite): One of the Best Endless Runners I’ve Played Lately (Video)

Endless runners are probably the genre most easily approached by game makers on mobile, because they’re so easy to make. Some are ridiculous, few are original and some wrote history. Power Hover is finally a breath of fresh air in the segment and it’s available for free in the Play Store. We played it on the Huawei P9 Lite and had a bit... 

LEGO Star Wars The Force Awakens (LeECo Le Max 2) Review: Fun and Funny, Bit Expensive for the Whole Package (Video)

LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens got a pretty nifty console game this summer and a port of the title was also made for mobile. The game is surprisingly solid, being almost a one to one port, only leaving aside the free roaming mode. Graphics look hot and the full story is here, humorous take included. We played the device on the LeEco Le Max 2 and... 

Ninja Turtles Legends Review (Samsung Galaxy J5 2016): Star Wars Galaxy of Heroes Clone, with Nice Animations (Video)

The game Star Wars Galaxy of Heroes may not have been the best entry in the Star Wars universe, but it’s still receiving a ton of downloads and some love from fans. It’s no wonder that even big franchises like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles took a page from its book and cloned it. Thus we have the Ninja Turtles Legends game, shown below. We... 

Steppy Pants Review (Gionee S6 Pro): Yo, Bro, You Trippin’ ?! (Video)

Steppy Pants can be best described as a “tripping simulator”, done in arcade fashion and with a great deal of inspiration coming from Crossy Road. We played the title on the Allview X3 Soul Plus, a locally integrated version of the Gionee S6 Pro and we detailed it below. Launched at the end of May, the title is available for free in the... 

Cristiano Ronaldo: Kick’n Run Review (Huawei P9 Plus): Cashing in On the EURO Frenzy, Not Much More (Video)

There have been many soccer games appearing this summer, on account of the EURO 2016 competition and some of them had stars like Cristiano Ronaldo in the spotlight. CR7 has been the subject of endless runners before, but this time he’s running in Paris and there’s no Hugo troll to accompany him. The game is available here for free. We played... 

Hungry Shark World Review (LG G5): It’s a Shark-Eat-Human World, Grindy One Though… (Video)

Discovery’s Shark Week may not be as popular now as it was 3 years ago, but sharks still remain the most feared beast of the sea. That’s why the Hungry Shark series is so popular probably and straight out of Ubisoft comes Hungry Shark World, which we tested on the LG G5 handset below. The aim is to eat as much as you can since not eating... 

Vector 2 Review (Samsung Galaxy A3 2016): Parkour Runner With Less Inspiration Than Predecessor (Video)

Vector 1 was a very original endless runner, that banked on the popularity of Mirror’s Edge and parkour titles out there. Now, Vector 2 is available, or better said it has been ever since this Spring. We played it on the Samsung Galaxy A3 (2016) and you’ll find it for free in the Play Store. Coming from Nekki the game follows a title with... 

Mad Aces Review (Huawei Honor 7): Endless Runner Filled With Spikes, Addictive, But Nothing we Haven’t Seen Before (Video)

There are endless runners in which you see the character from behind and ones where you see the character from the profile. In the latter category we can find Mad Aces, which we reviewed below. It’s available for free in the Play Store and we played it on the Huawei Honor 7. Coming from Bulkypix, the game lets you unlock new characters, in Crossy... 

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