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Apple Pencil And The iPad Pro Are A Match Made

The iOS App Store offers plenty of choices when it comes to gaming, regardless of a genre you are interested in. Hardcore gamers will be happy to know that all the...

Review: Pokémon Go

After several delays, Pokémon Go is finally available to iOS users, free of charge. Even though the game only recently launched, it spread like wildfire over the last...

Review: Never Alone – Ki Edition

Even though many of us believe that iOS games can’t be as addictive as console games, I strongly disagree with that. Sure, there are a lot of great endless runners and...

Review: Don’t Starve (Pocket Edition)

From time to time, a game becomes so popular that it influences other developers to create similar games. Sometimes this can be a good thing, especially if a developer...

Review: LOUD on Planet X

With thousands of developers trying to find their place on the iOS App Store, it is expected that not everyone will find a place on the bestselling charts that they...

Review: Flick Home Run

Flick Home Run was one of those games that I kept seeing on the iOS App Store, even though I never tried this title. Maybe that’s because of its icon, or perhaps...

Review: Chameleon Run

The iOS App Store is full of all kinds of endless runners. This gaming genre seems to be highly suitable for a handheld device, mostly because it can easily combine...

Review: INKS.

A couple of months back, we wrote about a game named Lumino City. This was one of those games that I know I will remember for a long time. Lumino City’s graphics, as...

Review: Super Tribes

A couple of years ago, we could only count on simple games to run on our phones. However, things have dramatically changed since now we can choose from numerous...

Review: Disney Crossy Road

Crossy Road came out a year and a half ago but still manages to find its place on the App Store charts. This is mostly because this game brought an excellent example of...