Android Game Reviews Archive

Fleet Battle : A Great Battleships Game

Isn’t it funny how the old favourites come around again? Maybe it’s because the original concept was so good in the first place. Fleet Battle is a modern take on the old Battleships game that was popular in the eighties (remember the plastic case version with the little red and white pegs that you were

100 PICS Game Review

Our 14 year old grandson put us onto this one and after playing it for a while I was hooked. The aim is simple, just work out what the picture is and enter the name – sounds simple and for some of the easier categories it is, but working out the tricky ones is a

Crazy Eights 3D

I must admit that Uno isn’t a card game that we play a great deal unless the grandkids are staying (and then it gets very noisy) but it is one of those quick easy to play, fun games when you want a change from more serious card games. Crazy Eights is very similar and is

Jigsaw Genius

The last jigsaw puzzle game (Real Jigsaw Puzzles Free) I reviewed has become the most popular game review on the site, so for all those¬†jigsaw enthusiasts out there here’s another one¬†you might enjoy playing. This one has a modern, easy to use interface and a range of options so you can easily control how you

Five Hundred Multi Player

A while back, I reviewed ARC Rowes Five Hundred card game and while playing it recently I got a message in the game that a multi player version has been released by the Australian publishers so I thought I’d better check it out. Like the single player version it isn’t free but $2 odd won’t

Hook

As promised, here’s another puzzle game to add to your collection and keep you amused over the holidays. Hook is a little more challenging than the last game, Loop. This one involves ‘untangling’ lines and hooks from each other by turning switches. The game is similar in some ways to pickup sticks I guess but

Loop

It’s holiday season (well, at least it is here in Oz!) so time for some game reviews we reckon. Matt, our game guy has disappeared off the radar for a while, so I’ll review a couple of recent ones that I have just installed. The first, is called ‘Loop’ and it’s one of those minimalist

Robo Defense Free

A few years ago I used to play this game all the time on my small 3 1/2 inch screen phone and really enjoyed it. I recently decided to install it on my tablet and it’s even more fun on a larger screen. Like most good games, it has a simple idea – like all
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