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Reviews from the Category Games-and-Entertainment

Review Screenshot - Power Overwhelming
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Version: 1.21 | Reviewed on Jan 12, 2017
Power Overwhelming
There I go browsing the market when another clicker catches my attention. Cutesy graphics, fun theme and where off installing it. Reactor is a game about managing a power generating business. Electrical power that is. In Reactor, you will be managing a dedicated land area in order to generate... Read full review

Review Screenshot - Bubbles
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Version: 1.9.6 | Reviewed on Jan 03, 2017
NR Shooter is another puzzler in the veins of the classic Puzzle Bobble. As luck would have it, this one looks and plays quite well. The graphics are simple, but clean and gameplay is very functional. For those who've never heard of Puzzle Bobble (or Bust-a-Move), the game consists of removing... Read full review

Review Screenshot - Flying not included
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Version: 1.0.0 | Reviewed on Dec 20, 2016
Flying not included
Flying kites never interested me, probably because there aren't any beaches near to where I live. And it's too late to start now since drones are all the rage. Nevertheless, I was curious to see how I could handle a kite, even a digital one. Kyte simply did not do it for me. There's not an ounce... Read full review

Review Screenshot - Not just a battle
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Version: 1.0 | Reviewed on Dec 14, 2016
Not just a battle
Not just a battle I seldom find a game so appealing, so cute, so smooth that instead of savoring it slowly, I binge play it for hours on end, only to force myself to take a break and do something else. The Battle of Polytopia is close to being that. In Polytopia you will be taking control of a... Read full review

Review Screenshot - No jump scares here
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Version: 1.1 | Reviewed on Dec 12, 2016
No jump scares here
I would like to say that I never install prank apps. However that would be a lie, since I did install this one. I honestly don't care about such things, but at least I got to sample this "genre" so to speak. Camera Ghost Detector Prank (that's a mouthful) is supposed to insert specter-like... Read full review

Review Screenshot - Breathing space
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Version: | Reviewed on Dec 09, 2016
Breathing space
Razer's market position is somewhat hard to define. Their products range from software solutions for gaming to computer systems and gadgets. There's no doubt however that they want to associate themselves with hardcore gamers. otherwise why would they use the famous Interplay tag line " By... Read full review

Review Screenshot - Run-of-the-mill ccg
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Version: | Reviewed on Dec 08, 2016
Run-of-the-mill ccg
Collectible card games have become more prevalent in the digital realm since Since the popular spin off, HearthStone came out. Not to say that Magic: The Gathering Online didn't contribute. However, unlike Hearthstone, the free kind of CCG's (which include Animation Throwdown) have a very... Read full review

Review Screenshot - Sweetest delivery service ever
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Version: 1.4.7 | Reviewed on Dec 07, 2016
Sweetest delivery service ever
When you see delicious looking little pickup trucks, colored blocks and awfully cute little shape sorting houses, you know you're up for a tasty game. RGB Express is puzzly serious about making deliveries. Each level presents itself as a network of interconnected roads containing color coded... Read full review

Review Screenshot - World of (s)Laughter
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Version: 2.5 | Reviewed on Dec 06, 2016
World of (s)Laughter
Strong video games have their roots in physical prototypes. Yes, good designs go through the proof of concept in a board game form. Some of them, are so good that they stay that way. I'm not saying that's the case with Small World. No, Small World was a re-implementation of another board game... Read full review

Review Screenshot - Childhood rites
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Version: 1.0 | Reviewed on Dec 05, 2016
Childhood rites
Jumping on turtles, hitting your head on suspended brick ceilings and eating mushrooms to grow in size are activities every kid has experienced since 1983. Still, if your parents never bought you a Nintendo game console then you must be feeling a great frustration. Your anger is righteous,... Read full review

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