A charming and memorable experience, GameTomo’s Sumire makes up for its lack of depth in gameplay with a compelling and emotional story.
From Pine Studio, Cats in Time has a very simple premise but nails it to near perfection making it one of the highlights on the mobile market.
While incredibly light on content and with very simple gameplay, Storm Rush is a quality mobile game. One that is lovely to look at, to listen too and to play.
Doom on mobile… I mean it’s a no-brainer really. It’s not like modern phones can’t handle a game that was originally released way back in 1993. It’s a veritable classic that every gamer (and most non-gamers) knows.
While we excitedly await the upcoming sequel to the excellent Bendy and the Ink Machine later this year (titled – Bendy and the Dark Revival), Joey Drew Studios has released a mobile game to help tide fans over.
From the makers of the excellent and addictive Mini Metro comes Mini Motorways, a road building game. One that hits most of the same notes as the developer’s earlier game but a few noticeable issues stop it being as fun and addictive.
From the developers of Love You to Bits, one of our favourite mobile games ever, comes Bring You Home. A mobile game in the same vein but with a very clever puzzle mechanic that really makes it stand out on its own.
To the Moon is a story-driven RPG that pulls on the heart-strings with an emotionally told, realistic and relatable tale. Worth every penny, the trash of the mobile market makes unearthing a gem like this all the more sweet.