If you follow my Twitter you have definitely seen me posting Rhythm Hive gameplay videos recently. And it got me thinking what other songs I’d like to see in the game. So here are tracks I want to see added!Continue reading
Rhythm Hive is officially out and having its first season! They made quite a few changes and added a bunch of new things since I did my pre-season first look, so I’m now giving a full review of the game in the current season!Continue reading
BigHit has finally released their rhythm game featuring their artists including BTS. As a frequent player of K-Pop games and a fan of BTS, I knew I had to give this a try and share my initial thoughts on the game.Continue reading
Swim Out is a relaxing puzzle game where you play as a swimmer trying to swim to the pool’s exit while avoiding other swimmers and pool-goers. I gave it a go and wanted to share my first impressions.Continue reading
Not too long ago I did a first look at a specific Superstar game. I have now been playing more of them and fairly frequently so I wanted to make an all encompassing review of the series.Continue reading
The Superstar series of games are rhythm games you can play on mobile. Each individual game focuses on a specific K-Pop company such as YG, SM, and JYP. I specifically played the JYP Nation version and wanted to share my thoughts.Continue reading
BTS Universe Story is the mobile game based on the Bangtan Universe and has officially been released. I have played through the first chapter as well as explored the other stories and I’m going to share my initial thoughts with you all.Continue reading
Dead by Daylight is one of my favorite video games to play and to also watch. I’ve been following it since the beta back in 2016 and still keep up with it now. So when Dead by Daylight Mobile released I knew I had to give it a try.
Disney just released a new mobile game called Sorcerer’s Arena. You play as various Disney characters battling enemies to become the next sorcerer. Since I have played other Disney mobile games, I knew I wanted to give this one a go.
During my past couple of trips to Disneyland, I have seen the signs promoting Play Disney. Play Disney is an activity app with games you can play in the park and earn achievements. So on my most recent trip, I decided to give it a go for myself.
I have had a lot of fun playing party games with friends and family over the years. And it is always great to see a new one to try, especially if you’ve been playing the same ones for a while. So when I got sent Emoji Charades, I definitely wanted to try it. Continue reading
I have been playing a lot of idle mobile games lately. Idle mobile games are games, most often a tycoon or simulator style, that will continue to play while you are offline. Usually, the offline gameplay is just resource generation. So this particular game is all about managing a theme park. Continue reading
One of my favorite things about mobile games is the portable factor is having it on your phone. And there have been many games made for mobile with relaxing and stress relief in mind. And since I shared video games to help you destress, I figured mobile games would be fitting too. So in this post, I am going to share some of my favorite mobile games to help you destress that I have found. Continue reading
While I try many different mobile games, I haven’t played one quite like this. #SelfCare is not about winning, it’s not about surviving, and it’s not about the game really. The goal is simply to feel better. Continue reading
Disney has many different mobile games with all different types of gameplay, so when I saw Disney Heroes Battle Mode getting advertised to me I figured I’d give it a shot. The game is full of Disney characters both new and old and the battle mechanic feels a little different for Disney. So here is my first look at Disney Heroes Battle Mode. Continue reading
I am a lover of cats and a tycoon-style game player so when I saw other’s talking about Furistas Cat Cafe I was intrigued at the idea of running a cat cafe. And as I do with trying out new mobile games, I’ve got to share my thoughts with you all. Continue reading
Card Thief was a game I kept seeing pop up in my Google Play recommendations but didn’t really give it a fair shot until recently. And I have to say that this is one of the best mobile games I have played, and here is why. Continue reading
I was asked a while ago how I find mobile games to play, especially amongst the sea of Candy Crush parodies and infuriating pay to play models. So I decided to collect my tips on finding great mobile games into a post! Continue reading
It has been a little while since I have tried out some mobile games, and over the holidays I decided to go through Google Play and go game hunting. One of the games I decided to get and try is Lara Croft Go, which is a puzzle game based on the Tomb Raider series. Here are my first thoughts on this game. Continue reading
Once I finished my semester, I had quite a bit of free time over the holidays. So I decided it was a good time to attempt to cull the backlog of games, both board and video varieties. Now while I did manage to play games I haven’t been able to play before, this challenge didn’t exactly go as planned every day. Continue reading
It has finally happened: Armello has made it’s way to mobile, and more specifically to Android. I’ve been waiting for this day since they first mentioned an iOS version of my favorite game. So you know I have to review the mobile version, and it has some very interesting differences between the PC version. Continue reading
As this post goes up, I am beginning my travels to head to the happiest place on Earth! And as I was waiting for this day to come, I came across this mobile game that peaked my interest. However, once I started playing, it was not what I expected. Continue reading
I’ve been diving into more mobile games over the last few months, and I actually came across this game through YouTube. Identity V is a 4-v-1 asymmetrical horror game that is very, very similar to Dead by Daylight. It actually has the developer support of the Dead by Daylight team, which is what intrigued me enough to give it a try. Continue reading
Finally! I’ve been waiting for the first game to come from Portkey Games to finally release and here it is: Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery. After playing the first few chapters, I wanted to give my initial thoughts on this highly anticipated mobile game. Continue reading
So I have been playing The Sims 4 a lot lately, and saw that they now have an official mobile game as well, so I decided to give it a try and share what I thought. Continue reading
Did you ever play the old Where In The World is Carmen Sandiego? games? I remember playing them when I was a kid and how difficult they were for me and my lack of international knowledge at the time. So as I was scrolling through Google Play and Sandiego Inc was recommended, so my nostalgia decided I had to try it. Continue reading
While we all excitedly wait for all of the new games to come from Portkey Games to transport us into the wizarding world, I came across this little gem in Google Play. This is a game from Warner Bros. itself, so it has all of our favorite music, creatures, and details from the series. But how is it as a game overall? Continue reading
I got this game during my Steam Winter Sale Haul and become captivated by what the story holds in this game. On the surface it is a “Tinder-style” game, just swiping left and right as you play a queen of a kingdom. But within your first few years of ruling, things start to get twisted. Continue reading
I have played many a board game, and a fair share of video games now, but I don’t tend to play mobile games often. So I decided to peruse the Google Play store and see what is out there. Well did I find a treasure trove of games, particularly board games gone digital. One of the games I got was Exploding Kittens, originally a card game that I have played maybe twice. So I gave the mobile game a go. Continue reading
Pokemon Go has taken over the world, gotten everyone out of their houses and hunting monsters, and become a cultural phenomenon. Ingress, the first mobile game created by Niantic, definitely didn’t have the same effect, but has a loyal following around the globe. When put toe-to-toe, which one wins?