Cut the Rope, one of my favorite games of all time, just turn 9 a few days ago. After nine years, and over 5 sequels to this game, should you still play the original? Or is it an App Store classic that’s not worth to play anymore? Let’s analyze this in today’s retro review.
Detective Grimoire, a private detective, has taken on another case. This time, the young Freya Fellow has been murdered in plain sight. The main suspect? A painting covered in her blood. Interesting? Definitely. Is the game good? Come find out!
Can such a simple game as World of Goo still be entertaining for today’s standards? Or is this game meant to be kept in your library forever as just another fun game you used to play? Let’s figure it out in today’s retro review.
Jenny LeClue is one of the newest mystery games for the Apple devices coming to Apple Arcade. Right off the bat, this game looks beautiful but LeClue’s story just as good as its graphics? Or is it another forgettable game with a pretty face?
Geometry Dash is a classic mobile game that has seen better days in the past. Although, there were never good days when playing it. Still, is this frustrating game as addictive as it was before? Or should you play something else?
With over 12 million copies sold, Tiny Wings seem to be forgotten by its developer, but does that mean we should forget about it too? Find out in today’s retro review as we check out the 2011’s Flappy Bird.
Eight years ago, Jetpack Joyride was released. Its simplicity made it addictive to play. But now, almost a decade later, is the game as good as it was before? Or is this game not worth your time anymore?
Shadowgun came out 8 years ago. It was a great experience that showed me what mobile gaming could be in the future. Now, we’re in the future, and we have many more shooter games, including sequels to Shadowgun. So, is it still worth spending 5 bucks to play it?