I HAVE THE POWERRRRRRRR!!! …to show you the latest stuff I’ve been reviewing, and part of why there hasn’t been more original content in this space.

From Slide to Play:

He-Man: The Most Powerful Game in the Universe – He-Man is back, and he’s brought all of his fabulous secret powers and friends with him!

Stupid Zombies 2 – There are too many zombie games, true, but if we needed to start burning them for fuel, I’d definitely put this one aside.

Kumo Lumo – It’s hard to believe a game like this didn’t come from Japan. I mean, the cloud has eyes and everything!

Pocket Climber – No, it’s not innuendo; it’s parkour, minus the running.

Cartoon Wars – If the characters in xkcd went to war, it would probably look a little something like this.

Blade Guardian – Further proof that Mistwalker needs to stick to what they know.

Dead Stop – Imagine if Doc Brown was the one in charge of stopping zombies from invading, and you were Marty McFly…

Shufflepuck Cantina – A great idea for an air hockey game which doesn’t seem to play as well as its inspiration.

From Gamezebo:

Space Tanks – Visually pleasing, but mentally braindead (in terms of AI, anyway).

Oh! Sheep – Just flocking around with multicolored sheep and a mad scientist. Very strange.

Grow Away – “Hey guys, all these angry animals are coming here to eat us! What should we do?” “Let’s fling ourselves at them! That will surely drive them away!” “Brilliant!

Stunt Star: The Hollywood Years – No one said that making it big in showbiz would be easy… or without irritation.

Indestructible – Think Twisted Metal, but top-down and with a greater need to buy things.

GridBlock – It’s like a board game for your iPhone. Not like a Monopoly, but more like Operation or Perfection. You know, the physical stuff.

From Mario’s Hat:

Fractured Soul – How good are you at being in two places at once?

Double Dragon Neon – Not only is Double Dragon back, but they’ve brought the 80’s with them! Bodacious!

Kirby’s Dream Collection: Special Edition – If Super Mario All-Stars: Limited Edition made you wary of Nintendo’s ability to create a game collection, this will renew your faith.

NightSky – A calm yet engaging journey through the night; definitely worth a look.

That’s all for now, and as always, you can keep up with my Slide to Play reviews here, my Gamezebo reviews here, and my Mario’s Hat reviews here.

  • http://lewanut.deviantart.com Lewanut

    Read through the reviews; Fractured Soul looks particularly interesting. Gonna hafta keep that review in my bookmarks for when/if I eventually pick up a 3DS. The gameplay hook is one I’ve enjoyed in other games, although I’m probably overestimating my own skill in not being too terrified of the difficulty you mentioned. Especially since professional game reviewers are presumably good enough to beat the games they review, so y’all’s kind are probably more skilled than, say, me.

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