by Tia Kalla | Jan 28, 2018 | Mobile Games, Reviews, Video Games
Music Puzzle is a free-to-start mobile game whose genres are exactly what you’d expect: music and puzzles. The goal is to sort out a clip of music, putting each piece in its proper order and in the row for its proper instrument, like a jigsaw puzzle you listen to instead of see. I really liked the concept of listening and logicking through different instruments to put together a piece, so I thought I’d give it a try.
Longtime writer, temporary office minion, and nerd of all trades, tiakall is a fan of lengthy subordinate clauses and the Oxford comma. She enjoys plants, cats, puns of varying quality, and making cannibal jokes before it was cool.
by Al Rosenberg | Dec 7, 2017 | Reviews, Video Games
It’s the question inevitably heard by anyone with young family members, or kids of friends: “What games do you have on your phone?”
by Al Rosenberg | Mar 18, 2016 | Mobile Games, Opinion
There was a time of, if not happiness, then at least contented ignorance before I became aware of birthing and pregnancy games. Then I saw this tweet:
by Tea Fougner | Mar 11, 2016 | Comics, Mobile Games, Reviews
MARVEL Avengers Academy
February 4, 2016
If you’re a Marvel fan and a mobile gamer, there’s a good chance that you were eagerly anticipating TinyCo’s Avengers Academy. It’s been out for a few weeks now, and has experienced some ups and downs as feedback from fans has been rolling in. The general consensus, and one I agree with, is that the game is more style than substance, and that the gamemakers seem to have misjudged their audience on a few key points, but that it’s not completely without merit, depending on your gaming habits.