Why risk life and limb searching the depths of a dark and dangerous dungeon for treasure when you can get a group of soda addicts to do it for you?
Flight begins on a very sweet-hearted note—a little girl writes a letter to Santa Claus, saying she wants to see her mother for Christmas. She folds it into a paper airplane and flings her wish into the sky. It's your job to get that message all the way around the world.
For as much as I've railed against derivative puzzles on mobile platforms, when one does it right, it is difficult to put down. Follow the Rabbit, released yesterday by Gamaga and publisher Armor Games, follows a very simple structure to create deviously complex levels and offers enough incentive to try your best,…
One of the first stories of infatuation that I heard about the iPad game Kingdom Rush involved a man and a woman who were in love with each other and in love with Kingdom Rush.
Earlier today, the makers of mobile gaming blockbuster Tiny Tower published the kind of open letter loved by video gaming's instantly and constantly angry fuck-the-man constituency, not least because it can be disseminated by imgur. It alleged that Zynga, the popularly despised maker of Facebook McGames, stole Tiny…
More than 16 million players have enjoyed Armor Games' flash-based Shift series of puzzle platformers. Now Akysys Games seeks to capture some of that magic on Nintendo's 3D handheld with Shifting World.
I've never liked Angry Birds. Not because I'm angry with any birds in particular, but because I always preferred the free game that came before it, Crush the Castle.
Once upon a time, Armor Games published a flash game called Crush the Castle, and it was quite good. Then another studio came along, replaced the trebuchet with a slingshot, the ordnance with birds, and made off with all the gold in the land.
The lords and ladies of Arcturia have had it far too good for far too long, with their fancy castles and fancy clothes. It's time to bring in a medieval siege weapon and do some crushing.