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Towers vs Aliens

Sentinel 4: Dark Star

by Paul Byron on 14th Aug 2014

The aliens are back in the latest game in Origin 8's classic Tower Defence series

Back in black(out)

Modern Combat 5: Blackout

by Paul Byron on 28th Jul 2014

It's all-out war again as Gameloft takes us back to the battlefield

Big trouble in little Lego

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes:Universe In Peril

by Paul Byron on 7th Jul 2014

Building the Marvel universe brick by brick on iOS

Cursed I tell ye!

The Cursed Ship

by Paul Byron on 18th Jun 2014

This time G5's adventures take on a nautical tone

Only if you're on the web

Amazing Spider-man 2

by Paul Byron on 8th May 2014

More web swinging courtesy of your friendly neighbourhood Gameloft

Polygoliath

David

by Paul Byron on 6th May 2014

In a world where a small square faces a polygon goliath

Mina needs to get out in the sunlight more

Tales from the Dragon Mountain: the Lair

by Paul Byron on 25th Apr 2014

G5 spin another adventure full of monsters and magic

Get in the groove

Red Bull Racers

by Paul Byron on 31st Mar 2014

Red Bull go all Scalextric on Formula 1 with their latest racer

The first cut...

Surgeon Simulator

by Paul Byron on 18th Mar 2014

Surgery has never been so messy with this less-than-serious sim

Back to the front

Front Wars

by Paul Byron on 13th Feb 2014

Advancing the turn-based strategy game the Nintendo way

Would you trust this guy with your money?

Dungeon Keeper

by Paul Byron on 11th Feb 2014

A classic game twisted in to something evil by a pay-to-play system

Arms Up

Man At Arms

by Paul Byron on 7th Feb 2014

Pick a card in Inert Soap's new epic Tower Defence game

Jamming it all up

Monster Jam Game

by Paul Byron on 31st Jan 2014

All the thrill of the Monster Truck event, just minus the thrill part.

Down to the bottom of the deep blue sea.

Nightmares from the Deep 2: The Siren's Call

by Paul Byron on 21st Jan 2014

Take to the high seas and the deeps of the oceans in G5 and Artifex Mundi's adventure puzzle sequel

Redford Returns.

Mega Jump 2

by Paul Byron on 15th Jan 2014

Can a simple jumping game really recapture the imagination of mobile gamers? Maybe.