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Polara Review


Polara is a game that transfixes you with its sheer visual beauty, a dimly lit and foreboding sci-fi runner that brings to mind the best of Tron: Legacy. You play Lara, a tough minded agent who, in the year 2140, is working for the Bertram Defense Institute. Entrusted with testing a bio-defense suit that is able to override a defense grid which keeps civilians at bay, Lara joins a rebel organization after discovering her father may have died under suspicious circumstances. With the suit in tow, Lara embarks on a dangerous quest for the truth.

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Girls Like Robots Review

Girls Like Robots

Apparently, Girls Like Robots is a show on Adult Swim. I’ve never heard of Girls Like Robots before, I don’t watch Girls Like Robots, and there seems to be no knowledge of Girls Like Robots required to play the Girls Like Robots game. However, it is one of the most addicting, stimulating, brain teasing game of any kind I’ve ever played.

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Lexatron Review


As much as I love words, games like Scrabble and Word with Friends are nonexistent in my adult life, so I come to Lexatron with pretty fresh eyes. The object of the game is pretty simple - you must get from one side of the board to the other before your opponent. Along the way there are different icons that will help you increase your word score and if you really want to raise some ruckus, three bombs are randomly given out to wipe a slew of letters before your very eyes. The bomb aspect is pretty fun, and Lexatron, with its unfettered and clean design, is solid to the core.

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Space Disorder Review

Space Disorder

Got a hankering for jet-powered platforming? BulkyPix is here to deliver with Space Disorder, a coin-hoarding, alien-rescuing adventure from French developer Mi-Clos Studio. The colors pop, the animation is buttery smooth, and the sounds are steller, but does it have the gameplay to help it fly over the competition?

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Zombie Gunner Review

Zombie Gunner

Shooting zombies in video games is a time-honored tradition and the App Store is full of great examples. Gamevil's Zombie Gunner arrives right in time for Halloween, but is it worth playing or should we just go for the double tap (and hold) to delete it?

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Crazy Taxi Review

Crazy Taxi

Crazy Taxi was the best game ever. I bought a Sega Dreamcast just to play this. Before that I’d go to the arcades that had sit down taxi versions of the game. It’s based on the amazing premise, you pick up a passenger and then you take them to where they’re going. Then you pick up another one and take THEM to where THEY’RE going. Then you pick up ANOTHER ONE! The game never has to end!

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Kumo Lumo Review

Kumo Lumo

I’m a big fan of games that can find the challenge in the simplest things. My all time favorite is Crazy Taxi (iOS review coming this week!) because it’s based entirely on picking up passengers and dropping them off. The whole farming game phenomenon has certainly taken this to the next level. So have the likes of Angry Birds.

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Devil’s Attorney Review

Devil's Attorney

Someone has been watching a lot of Breaking Bad. At least that's the impression I get from developer Anders Hejdenberg, who's managed to make Devil's Attorney feel like an homage to Breaking Bad's sleazy lawyer, Saul Goodman.

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Forever Lost: Episode 1 HD Review

Forever Lost

Forever Lost: Episode 1 HD is a brand new, bite-sized adventure from UK-based Glitch Games. Is the game worth the key-hunting and clue-collecting insanity, or is it better off forever lost in the ether of the App Store?

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Tentacles: Enter The Dolphin Review

Tentacles: Enter the Dolphin

Tentacles: Enter the Dolphin, a visually rich and surreal experience that is complimented with a fittingly creepy music score, is the type of game Tim Burton (when he made great films), would love. Starting off with a beautifully rendered animation sequence, the storyline centers on a parasite named Lemmy who accidentally ends up in a mad scientist's body. Can you survive in his body or will you end up a floating particle to eventually be flushed away? Originally made for the Windows phone, the game can now be enjoyed by iPhone and iPad users. If the game's opening moments don't grab you, hang on to your seat, as life inside a dolphin dude's body just gets weirder.

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