Matching gems to cast elemental spells, buying more powerful weapons and armor, equipping runes that unlock powerful skills and spells — Backflip Studios' Spellfall is everything I've ever wanted in a puzzle RPG, plus agressive microtransactions.
Notorious for releasing limited-time only dragons and driving players insane trying to breed them before time runs out, Backflip Studios shows fans mercy for the holidays, unlocking every dragon ever released in the game for breeding and purchase—for a limited time, at least.
Only a few days old and already I'm desperately trying to breed a beast before the end of Gizmonauts' Halloween spooktacular. OCD and me.
You want to know how a free-to-play iPhone game keeps a guy that barely has time to play new releases engrossed for more than 365 days? I have one day left to breed a Solstice dragon, and three days to breed a Sapphire. Curse you, Dragonvale.
I never should have downloaded a free iOS game about breeding cute and colorful dragons; it was a tremendously bad idea on my part.
Nineteen years ago Bruce Campbell and his time-displaced chin took on the forces of evil in a movie that generated a good fifteen years' worth of amusing quotes. Today Backflip Studios releases Army of Darkness Defense for the iPhone.