So many games, so little time. Don’t you wish you had someone to sort through this week’s avalanche of releases to pick out the gems you should know about?

You’re welcome.


screen1136x1136[1]One of the biggest console games of the last decade can now be played on the same thing you use to call your mom. WE LIVE IN THE FUTURE.

The Journey Down: Chapter Two

screen1136x1136[1]After a¬†loooooong wait, The Journey Down Chapter Two is finally here. If you’re a fan of point-and-click adventures, this is going to be well worth a download. And if you missed Chapter One, don’t worry – it’s free right now.

Little Raiders: Robin’s Revenge

screen1136x1136[1]A brand new Ubisoft game with zero announcement beforehand? Strange! Still – we’re as curious as can be about this one. It looks like a free-to-play action RPG (and, well… is), but there’s not much more info to go on than that. Like a lot of Thursday releases, it’s made our list because hey – we’re curious enough to want to play it ourselves.

The Walking Dead Pinball

screen1136x1136[1]There’s only one table, but it’s a good one. From the makers of the Pinball FX Series.

8bit Doves

screen1136x1136[1]Fun fact: Nitrome doesn’t make bad games. While this is only their second mobile release (the first being the Rovio-published Icebreaker: A Viking Voyage), they’ve been making web games for years that easily rank among the best of the best. So… no pressure, Nitrome.

Almightree: The Last Dreamer

screen1136x1136[1]We’ve been told that Almightree is a Zelda-inspired puzzler. Consider us intrigued.

Epic Eric

screen1136x1136[1]We were shown some of what Epic Eric had to offer a few weeks back, and I’ve got to admit – I’ve been eager to get some hands-on time with the game myself. It’s a mobile game that harkens back to the days of clever levels and well timed taps. Now we can see if it lives up to that potential.


screen1136x1136[1]Space is a lonely place, but you can always endless run in it.

Tiny Tower Vegas

screen1136x1136[1]If you thought you were tired of Tiny Tower, you’re not. This is the best one yet. Why? GAMBLING.

Appointment With F.E.A.R.

screen1136x1136[1]The folks behind Gamebook Adventures (and some great Fighting Fantasy adaptations) have decided to stretch their creative legs a bit and merge the worlds of comics and gamebooks with a visual adaptation of this Steve Jackson classic.

Baseball Battle

screen1136x1136[1]The latest game from Moonshark (aka the folks behind Verticus and Wayward Manor). Is it good? We don’t know. But it sure looks cute.

The Nightmare Cooperative

screen1136x1136[1]We sorta dug this Threes-inspired roguelike on PC earlier this summer, but it felt like a weird fit for a keyboard and mouse. We really wanted a touchscreen that we could play it on, and hooray! Now we have one.

Kung Fu Mastering

screen1136x1136[1]When I was a little boy, one of my first gaming loves was Kung Fu on the NES. Kung Fu Mastering seems to take it’s cues from that (or, admittedly, the Kung Fu Master arcade game it was a port of), offering a weirdly simple endless kicking game.

Back to Bed

screen1136x1136[1]Can more than Monument Valley succeed in the world of surreal art?

Wipeout 2

screen1136x1136[1]While I’ve never really understood the appeal of the TV show or preceding app, it would seem I’m in the minority. The original Wipeout for mobile sold more than a few copies. I’d expect this one to be no different.


screen1136x1136[1]Light-bending puzzle games are nothing new, but it’s been awhile since we’ve seen one. Does Optika offer a fresh take? Maybe!