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Jack Up Pharma Prices In New ‘Epipen Tycoon’

In Epipen Tycoon, you play as a pharma CEO who’s struggling to turn lifesaving medical technology into personal millions. This game is basically a clicker, which makes it extra clear that you’re playing as the invisible hand of the free … Continue reading

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That Pokeyman Thing Your Grandkids Are Into

In That Pokeyman Thing Your Grandkids Are Into, you play as Grandpa, who borrows grandson Billy’s phone and leaves the old folks’ home for a Pokeyman hunting adventure. This game uses all the tropes of old-school RPG games, with a … Continue reading

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Invisible Monsters

I’ve been having so much fun playing Pokemon Go on campus. I don’t even care that much about the Pokemon franchise, and there’s not a whole lot of gameplay, but being part of such a large-scale augmented reality is amazing. … Continue reading

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“Scoutible” on (The) Absolute

Of all the demos at this year’s TechCrunch Disrupt, Scoutible’s mobile game for replacing the job interview grabbed my attention. Some of the surrounding demos seemed like awesome tech solutions in search of a problem to solve, but, come on, … Continue reading

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Star Trek: Timelines

Every ten levels, the Timelines crew members will need four items to “advance” and permit experience to be gained from missions. Each item is related to the character (as Janeway wants coffee, or Picard has a saddle), but the drop … Continue reading

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Star Trek: Wrath of Gems

Star Trek: Wrath of Gems is a mobile match-three from Genera Games. Wrath of Games uses a match-three games to advance the storyline, a lot like the system in Doctor Who: Legacy. Each completed puzzle unlocks the next scene, although completionists can … Continue reading

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Fanfiction & Strategy in “Star Trek: Timelines”

Star Trek: Timelines from Disruptor Beam is a mobile strategy game with fan fiction elements.  Since the overall game premise is a time paradox, all different characters from all different Trek series appear, and they’re almost all able to join … Continue reading

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Walking Dead: No Man’s Land

New post over on iOs Strategy Games: In The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land from Next Games Oy, high production values and solid combat mechanics help this stand out from the crowded field of freemium zombie battles. The zombie apocalypse setting will be … Continue reading

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AstroNest: The Beginning

I’ve started writing some game reviews for iOsStrategyGames (I swear I didn’t know about that awesome communist branding before I took the assignments), and I was assigned AstroNest. On the plus side, female characters wearing clothes!  On the minus side, pretty … Continue reading

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BuriedTown Review on Hardcore Droid

I have a new post up over on Hardcore Droid: In BuriedTown, you are a lone survivor after the rise of the zombies, looting what you can to build up your home. You’ll need to get a weapon, maybe some … Continue reading

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