Android Game Reviews Archive

Pool Break 3D Billiard Snooker Lite

I played a lot of 8 ball pool during my working years as we had several pool tables at our work cafeteria and have to confess I spent quite a few days playing hooky from school at the local snooker hall as well. I had been looking for a good pool and snooker game for the

Classic Words Plus

As I mentioned in my review of Wordie Scrabble Adjudicator, my wife and I are avid Scrabble players and prefer to use the real board but sometimes, especially if we are in a tent, this Android Scrabble game lets us play the game together on the tablet. There is a free version of this app

Minesweeper Classic (Mines)

Remember this game on Windows? I know many people that have always enjoyed playing it and when I found this Android version I had to give it a try. To make it easier to use there is a scrolling and ‘zoomable’ game area and the toggle open cell or put a flag marker can be

Scorer : The Score Keeper

We’ve been travelling for a few months now and playing Scrabble and cards (yes, the real ones, not apps) means we need copious amounts of paper to keep score – until we discovered Scorer : The Score Keeper. This is a simple app that does one thing but does it well. It enables you to

Block Puzzle

For a while now, I’ve been trying to find a good Tetris ‘clone’ (or even an enjoyable ‘real’ Tetris version). I tried the Electronic Arts versions but didn’t find much enjoyment and like many commenters, I also had glitches and crashes. let alone the annoying ads. In the process though, I stumbled upon Block Puzzle,

Google Santa Tracker

Grandparents often see more of their grandchildren over the holiday period and if they are around before Christmas, maybe install the Santa Tracker app from Google to keep them amused for a while. As well as the Santa Tracker to follow his Redness’s progress as he delivers presents to all the good girls and boys

Wordie Scrabble Adjudicator

Scrabble is one of those games that – in my opinion – is still best played on the traditional board rather than in an app. I have tried a few Android Scrabble apps but found most had so many ads that it was a continual annoyance when playing or required you to log in with

Gin Rummy

Time for another card game review I reckon. Gin Rummy is an old favourite of mine and this one gives me a good – if sometimes darn hard to win – game. Computer card game writers are able to give the A.I (artificial intelligence) engines in their games the ability to count every card played

Real Jigsaw Puzzles Free

I recently saw an iPad app that a member of our local computer club showed me that enabled her to make jigsaw puzzles out of her photos and I thought ‘that’s great, I bet there’s a similar Android version’. Sure enough, I found this one and gave it a try. Real Jigsaw Puzzles Free lets us

Cribbage Club Free

Cribbage is one of our favourite card games (it’s one we always play in the caravan) and having an app version to be able to play solo is a must. I’ve tried a few but this one is the best so far in my opinion. It also has a good tutorial mode so that you

Fit Brains Trainer

They say that the brain is just like any muscle – it needs regular exercise to stay fit and healthy. Brain training games are very popular with older users but can be used by anyone to check and improve their mental agility. Fit Brains Trainer is an app that records your training progress so you


Time for a game review I reckon. Matt has too much study and work to do so I’ll step into the breach and give it a try. Crossword puzzles are a staple amongst our generation and sales of puzzle books are very strong, so why not save some trees and have a go at the
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