Best in Show Solitaire Preview: Preorder Best in Show Solitaire and get access to the beta!

Jul 20, 2011

Graduate Games is now accepting preorders for Best in Show Solitaire, it's spin on the popular card game that features more than 40 different dog breeds. Players who preorder the game for $9.95 (regular price $19.95) will be able to download and play the beta version of the game right now.

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The Happy Cloud promises faster game downloads

Jul 20, 2011

PC

PC gamers have a new place to shop for games this month, thanks to the launch of The Happy Cloud. The new digital distribution platform promises to eliminate long wait times for downloads and installations, which is great news for fans of point-and-click adventures and other large file games.

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Ozzy's Odyssey Review: Ozzy’s Odyssey is the cute tale of a robot who could, but several bugs mean that sometimes he can’t!

Jul 20, 2011

How is it that seemingly emotionless robots can always emanate such personality? Some say that Wall-E is Pixar's most attention-grabbing movie thanks to the plight of the little droid, while Marvin from The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is easily one of the most depressed characters in a film ever. The latest hero-bot to appear in the Android Marketplace, Ozzy also remains expressionless throughout play – yet we can't help but feel sorry each time the little guy bites the dust. There are perhaps one too many buggy areas that pop up now and again, but Ozzy's Odyssey is nevertheless an enjoyable experience.

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Terraria Review: Terraria is a 16-bit playground that it's all too easy to get lost in

Jul 20, 2011

I’d really rather not be writing this review right now. I’ve just started a major remodel on my house, building more floors, a rooftop porch and bridges connecting open rooms that would make Frank Lloyd Wright proud. When day breaks there’s that secret entrance tunnel that needs expanding and I’m still gathering the materials for my new armor. So I’m sorry if this feels a bit rushed but I have much more important things to be doing. If you’d like to give me a hand, that would be great so grab a copy of Terraria and let’s get going!

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Hungry Chicks Review: Paltry Poultry

Jul 20, 2011

Riding high on a name that sounds a lot like Angry Birds, Hungry Chicks is a puzzle game of another hen. For the asking price, the amount of content is respectable, but does this budget app truly pack a fun punch?

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Diamond Dash dashing on to mobile phones this summer

Jul 20, 2011

After becoming one of the largest game developers on Facebook thanks to hits like Bubble Island and Monster World, Wooga has now set its sites on the mobile space. And it all starts with Diamond Dash, which is due to hit both the iPhone and iPad later this summer.

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Mahjong Saga Review: Mahjong Saga is a relaxing tile swapping experience on Facebook

Jul 20, 2011

Mahjong Saga doesn't really try to do anything drastically new with the mahjong formula, but instead offers a well rounded, and supremely relaxing, take on the tile-swapping experience. The basic gameplay remains the same as always, but with a level-based structure and lack of time limits, it manages to carve out its own place amongst the glut of mahjong titles on Facebook.

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Pet Society Vacation Preview: Give your pets some down time in Pet Society Vacation

Jul 19, 2011

Everyone needs a vacation every now and then, and that includes your pets. And they're finally getting that chance in Pet Society Vacation, an upcoming iPhone spin-off of the Facebook game Pet Society. Not only will the game let you explore a brand new location, but it will feature Facebook integration, as well, letting you earn bonuses by playing both games.

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Restaurant City: Gourmet Edition Preview: Restaurant City: Gourmet Edition shrinks down Restaurant City for your phone

Jul 19, 2011

Earlier this month we learned that Playfish would be expanding from Facebook to mobile with a brand new version of Restaurant City, dubbed Restaurant City: Gourmet Edition. At the time no real details were announced. And, unfortunately, we still haven't managed to pester Playfish into revealing specifics about the game. But at least we have a pair of screenshots.

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Ninja Fishing Preview: Ninja Fishing is one letter off from a great Chris Farley bit - "fat man in a little boat"

Jul 19, 2011

Being a ninja around fruit is all well and good, but isn’t just so... 2010? The developers at Gamenauts are looking to put ninjas to work cutting up another culinary delight, though this time it’s a little bit wigglier than a silly little banana or a spiky ol’ pineapple. Ninja Fishing, due on the iPhone and iPad later this year, will have players catching – and then slicing – their own fish.

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