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Fantasy Mission Force Slot Review

This here is a brand new slot game released by the game provider Realtime Gaming called “Fantasy Mission Force” that has actually been themed after the cult movie set in World War II and that was very popular back in 1983 starring Jackie Chan and Adam Cheng. This slot game tracks a small group of troublemakers who are out on a rescue mission to save four Allied Generals that were trapped by Japanese forces and this is where the reels…

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Fallout Shelter Review

Fallout Shelter is… wait a minute, I just need to collect these resources. There we go. As I was saying, this free-to-play game is… hang on, I need to deal with these raiders. Phew. Right, let me turn my phone off or I’ll never get anything done.

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Solar 2 Review

Solar 2 is an indie game by Jay Watts where the you control a celestial body through the massive void of space, colliding and absorbing other smaller objects in order to get bigger. Simple enough, right? The game is like Flow meets Spore meets basic physics. Your key objective is to make it through the life cycle of a planet/star while avoiding larger objects or black holes.

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888 Casino App Review

Although not quite as well designed as it should be, 888 Casino offers a range of games within a low-weight app, all of which offer free and paid options. For those looking for a new Casino app this one is defiantly worth a try.

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It's difficult to stand out on when it comes to gambling online. There are so many companies that choosing who to trust you money to can be a gamble in itself. When it comes from though, you know that you're dealing with a company that has been around quite a while, and has things like 24/7 support to put your mind at rest. In this case, it comes down to design and ease of use of the app, both things that Casino get just right.

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Micromon Review

You get a lot of copycat app games out there and most of them are lazy garbage. Now we have Micromon, a clone of Pokémon, which in all honesty is probably one of the better “influenced by” games out there. While there’s nothing even remotely original about it, I will give it credit for trying really hard to live up to the lofty quality of its originator.

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Crazy Taxi: City Rush Review

Everyone in Bay City is in a hurry. There is something to do and somewhere to go at all times, and they won’t let anyone slow them down. In a fast-paced city like that, taxi cabs are a booming business looking for talented and fearless new drivers to step up and build clientèle - that’s where you come in

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FCB Pinball Review

Zen Pinball has paved the way for what pinball should feel like on your phone or tablet; they have set the bar for what good pinball is. Legendo Entertainment has their own Pinball client, but chose to release a standalone project: FCB Pinball, the official pinball app of the Barcelona Football Club.

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Warfare Nations Review

Free-to-play titles are always difficult to review. Should they be reviewed without using in app purchases, or does a little money need to be spent to truly understand the game? Personally, I have my own way of doing reviews for these types of games. It is a simple formula, really. If the game lasts for more then a few days on my iPad, it's probably decent. If I play it more than a week, it's an excellent game. Warfare Nations falls somewhere in between.

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Wayward Souls Review

Wayward Souls - the latest offering from Rocketcat Games, the minds behind Punch Quest - is the latest of this genre revival, following in the wake of other recent mobile and PC entries like FTL or Rogue Legacy. Players control one of six different character classes (three of which are locked from the start) as they fight through three increasingly difficult, procedurally-generated dungeons, casting spells and unleashing special attacks on the way.

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