Overall, Bushido Bear is a fun sword-slashing game with excessively cute protagonists, great design and funny cutomizations. It’s also skill-based, so you will want to get better at it and ascend the leaderboards, unlock the new areas and more bear awesomeness. If a little more grinding than you would expect is not a problem, you will find Bushido Bear a rewarding experience. Some of you, however, might lose interest a little sooner than the game deserves. Try it – it’s full of charm and personality.
Math Hopper is a sweet math-based time killer perfect for short gameplay sessions on the go. It’s a nice brain workout for those who are good at math, even more so for those who have trouble counting fast. Practice makes perfect. We want to see it expand its reach and make an easy mode for the younger audience.
There you have it. Dirac is a sweet and unique dots connecting puzzler, perhaps the most beautiful dots-connecting game I have played in a long while. It’s up to you to see whether it has the potential to stick around for a good while. If you have been looking for the games that are similar to Osmos HD, Sparkle 3 Genesis or Prune, this can be it. All things considered, Mediocre have delivered a quality product once again.
Traffic Rider is one of the best new first-person motorbike racing games, and it’s worth trying. You can play it for free, with restrictions, but you can gradually unlock many of them. If you are impatient, you will have to figure out the best way to spend your money because the IAP system a little less transparent than it should be, and definitely overpriced at times, and the game lacks a single-purchase premium version. Other than that, it’s a polished and smooth experience with good graphics, fun gameplay and smooth controls.
Uwe Rosenberg's Patchwork is a solid, fairly deep and addicting board game with a mild learning curve and infinite replayability. Perfect for spouses, families, friends, online and offline play. Fun, peaceful and soothing, Patchwork is magic.
Lonewolf 17+ is a definite success, a bullseye among sniper games so to speak. With an engrossing criminal drama in the background, you get to play through four chapters of intense, varied and challenging missions that will require different techniques and weapons to come through.
I tested it with a bunch of kids, and they, too, loved it as much as they used to love Cut the Rope Magic, Rayman Adventures and Smurfs Epic Run. So, if you are looking for a good family game, you can’t go wrong with this little gem.