Mobile Reviews
 
 

Nutty Fluffies

Nutty Fluffies follows on from Ubisoft’s excellent Rayman Jungle Run as the publisher continues to output great looking and easy-to-pick-up games on mobile platforms. This title, now out on Android and iOS, aims to provide an a...
 
 
 
 
 
 

Bean’s Quest

I’ve always had strong reservations about smart phone gaming. Not because I believe gaming isn’t suited to the platform. Quite the contrary, I adore the enhancements touch controls can bring to traditional input devices. No, th...
 
 
 
 
 
 

Puzzle Retreat

There’s nothing quite like slumping on the couch or lying in bed with your touch-enabled device on a cold, rainy day and delving into a good puzzle game, where the gap between failure and success is traversed not by fast reflex...
 
 
 
 
 
 

Penny Time

I have a confession to make. I am really bad at Penny Time. I’m not entirely sure whether it’s the game’s difficulty curve, or the fact that I’m just not very good at these Canabalt-style auto-running platformers (see also Mirr...
 
 
 
 
 
 

Ball on a Wall Pocket

As iOS has matured as a software platform, the games that have come out for it have also matured. Early games tended to be simplistic touch-based affairs with little to recommend them over short five-minute blasts. It took time...
 
 
 
 
 
 

FIFA 13

I’m not a Soccer fan. Every few years I go through a phase where I decide that it’s finally time to see why everyone enjoys the game so much. I sit down, watch a match, get intensely bored about halfway through and go and find ...