Company:  Social Point

Monster Legends Review

Aug 30, 2013

Some reviews are almost impossible to do without making direct references to other games. Monster Legends is one of those, as the free-to-play Facebook game owes more than a little debt of gratitude to a certain Nintendo-backed IP that starts with a ‘P.’ The difference is you’ll be breeding your own monsters instead of catching them, and while it’s not the kind of game that’s going to have mass appeal, it’s enjoyable enough for what it is.

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Dragon City available now on iOS [interview]

Mar 21, 2013

Has your iDevice seemed a bit dragon-less lately? It's one of the worst feelings known to man, but fortunately Social Point is here to fix it. Earlier today the studio released Facebook juggernaut Dragon City on iOS, thus resolving the dragon deficiency the platform has long suffered from. To learn more about the game’s mobile debut—such as how good the dragons will look on a retina display—we spoke with Jacob Kruger, Social Point’s mobile marketing manager.

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Dragon City Walkthrough

Jun 14, 2012

Dragon City is a game developed by Social Point in which you breed your dragons to get the most amazing and surprising creatures. Gamezebo’s Dragon City strategy guide and walkthrough will provide you with a quick start guide, tips and tricks, hints and cheats to help you breed the your best dragon companion in Dragon City.

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Dragon City Review

Jun 11, 2012

You may already have some idea of how to train your dragons thanks to Cressida Cowell, but do you know how to breed them? If you don’t, you can fill in that regrettable gap in your fantasy credentials by playing Social Point’s Dragon City, which lets you create over 150 versions of the winged monstrosities by tossing two dragons into a common pen and hoping for the best.

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Social Wars Review

Feb 10, 2012

Virtual wars are the fuel that feed gaming fires. We simply can’t seem to get enough simulated combat. Of course, nothing’s better than sharing destruction with friends, and Social Point has answered the call with Social Wars for Facebook. Is this military adventure worthy of a medal, or will players find themselves in a futile conflict?

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Men vs Women Review

Dec 16, 2011

The battle of the sexes has been a war going on since time began, and developer Social Point is re-imagining it. Men vs Women pits the two sides against one another in a new global conflict with one side trying to topple the tyranny of the other in a social strategy style akin to that of Social Empires. That in mind, the game basically is a remake of the Social Point predecessor, only moving out of the medieval ages and into the modern era.

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The Flying Dog Review

Jul 14, 2011

There are approximately one billion games floating around the world wide web that have you hiting, shooting, or throwing an object as far as you possibly can. They're popular because of their fun simplicity, but at the same time any new game in the genre has its work cut out for it. At first The Flying Dog seems like a game that will consume quite a bit of your time; after all, it's all about using an elephant's trunk to smash a dog through the air. Who wouldn't love that? Unfortunately, its dead simple gameplay, lack of social features, and obtrusive ads make this a game good for little more than a few minutes of fun.

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Pool Master 2 Review

Jun 27, 2011

Pool Master 2 is another one of Social Point’s Facebook games that feel more like a downloadable title, this time taking on the time-honored genre of PC pool games. Pool Master 2 turns pool into an attempt to get the highest score possible in two minutes of play. A player gains points for sinking shots into the pockets, with bonuses for combination shots and a penalty for scratching (that is, sinking the cue ball into a pocket). Power-ups appear in certain locations on certain tables, granting bonuses like extra time on the clock or the ability to make power shots.

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Super Crayon Review

Jun 26, 2011

Super Crayon doesn’t feel much like a Facebook game when you initially play it. The action-puzzle gameplay and bright minimalist graphics feel more like the sort of thing that a mobile developer would come up with for iOS or Android. The goal of the game is not to score attack or do anything else you’d usually do in a Facebook action game, but instead an arcade-style attempt to try and survive for as many levels as you can. You even get three lives each time you start a new session and can earn more lives by getting particularly high scores.

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Trial Madness 2 Review

Apr 8, 2011

If there's one kind of game that's hard to find on Facebook these days (and gaming platforms in general, for that matter), it's the simple but maddeningly challenging games that defined the gaming scene in the 1980s. Trial Madness 2 fills this void nicely. You won't find deep social options or ambitious graphics here, but you will find hours of addicting gameplay that force you to learn how to navigate a motocross bike through ancient ruins and down the necks of giraffes.

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