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Safari Escape
  • Safari Escape

  • Posted on  Jan 9,2014  12:01 , by Sara Lau
  • Safari Escape is a new puzzle game that faithfully sticks to the formula of King’s hit puzzle game Pet Rescue Saga. Players need to destroy groups of blocks of the same color with the goal of letting animals to the bottom of the screen. The game is developed by Qublix behind social games like Bubble Age, Farkle Blitz,Solitaire Tales, Crush City, etc.. Review: Safari Escape is a new puzzle game from Qublix that you can play through Facebook. At first glance, it’s almost exactly like Pet Rescue Saga from King. Players are tasked with removing groups of matching blocks to slowly […] read »

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Battlefront Heroes
  • Battlefront Heroes

  • Posted on  Jan 9,2014  11:01 , by Sara Lau
  • Battlefront Heroes is a new epic strategy game from Beijing-based Gosu Group. The game takes on the same gameplay of Clash of Clans while using a set of cartoonish artworks. Review: Clash of Clans is a pretty young game (16 months on iOS, 3 months on Android), but that has done nothing to stop its domination of the Top Grossing charts (it’s currently sitting in the #2 position on both platforms). Clash of Clans’ formula isn’t exactly new, but they nailed a good balance of charming graphics that drew players in, deep strategy that kept players coming back, and fun […] read »

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Atlantis Adventure
  • Atlantis Adventure

  • Posted on  Jan 9,2014  02:01 , by Sara Lau
  • Atlantis Adventure is a new match-three game from Social Quantum, the team behind the city-builder, Megapolis. The gameplay is as expected as it gets in the match-three genre — a healthy blend of Bejeweled and Candy Crush. All that really makes Atlantis Adventure unique is thematic — it’s Atlantean setting and the story surrounding it. Indeed, there’s a bit more story than you’d usually find in such a puzzler, and I’m not so sure that’s a good thing. Review: There’s only so much you can do to shake up the match-three genre before your game isn’t in the genre anymore. […] read »

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Fish Epic
  • Fish Epic

  • Posted on  Jan 8,2014  08:01 , by Sara Lau
  • Fish Epic is the latest “Epic” puzzle game from 6waves. Like most recent match-three games, it is heavily inspired by King’s highly successful Candy Crush Saga. Levels are spread out on a map and come with a variety of objectives and board shapes. Successful completion of a level will earn you stars while failure will cost you a life. Facebook integration makes it easy to challenge your friends, compare your scores, and beg them to send you extra lives. Review: As you might expect, Fish Epic features all kinds of cuddly sea creatures. Surprisingly, your journey through the fish game […] read »

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Journals of the Unknown
  • Journals of the Unknown

  • Posted on  Jan 4,2014  04:01 , by Sara Lau
  • There are fairly many hidden object games on Facebook, to name but a few, Pretty Simple Games’ Criminal Case and Zynga’s Hidden Shadows. These games, usually featuring absorbing storyline and brain-teasing hidden object puzzles, have attracted millions of players in their play. Journals of the Unknown, from developer The Other Guys, is a recent follower of this prototype. The game features a linear progression where players follow a young journalist, Jane Goodhart, in her efforts to probe into a car accident in the middle of a spooky forest. Using simple point-and-click controls, players will complete a series of hidden object […] read »

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Pudding Pop
  • Pudding Pop

  • Posted on  Jan 4,2014  04:01 , by Sara Lau
  • If you are familiar with color-matching games on mobile, you might have played a game called Jelly Splash, which racked up a surprisingly high download record and became a top free-to-play game within a week after its release. Pudding Pop on Facebook is a game that plays exactly like Jelly Splash. Review: If you are just new to a game of this type, Pudding Pop is a color-matching game asking players to connect lines of three or more adjacent puddings of the same color. The longer the line you can connect, the more points you will collect in one move. […] read »

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Critter Conquest
  • Critter Conquest

  • Posted on  Dec 27,2013  03:12 , by Sara Lau
  • Critter Conquest is a social strategy game from ClipWire Games, the maker of Castle Town, Wild West Town and Hot Slot. The game allows you to build an army of critter units and to engage in the epic battles in Solo and Multiplayer mode. With the success of Clash of Clans on mobile platforms, there are dozens of developers imitating its success by using the COC formula to make a game for different platforms such as PC, Web and Mac. Take Ninja Kingdoms for example, It is one of Zynga’s Facebook games that is seemingly inspired from Clash of Clans, […] read »

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Crazy MOBA Online
  • Crazy MOBA Online

  • Posted on  Dec 25,2013  12:12 , by Sara Lau
  • In 2003, a custom Warcraft III map called “Defense of the Ancients” was released. It would go on to become insanely successful, so much that it practically spawned a new genre of games called “multiplayer online battle arena” or simply “MOBA”, for short. There’s a chance you haven’t heard the term MOBA before, but you’d have to be living under a rock to have never heard of League of Legends, the current king of the genre. Other big players are Dota 2 and Heroes of Newerth. Review: The basic premise in a MOBA is that two teams of heroes are […] read »

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Blade Hunter
  • Blade Hunter

  • Posted on  Dec 18,2013  02:12 , by Sara Lau
  • Blade Hunter is the latest from Reality Squared Games behind games such as Dragon Pals, League of Angels and Blood and Jade. Like pretty much everything else by Reality Squared, it’s a free-to-play, browser-based, MMORPG. This time, it also happens to be a beat ‘em up hybrid too. Blade Hunter pretty successfully fuses their RPG formula with what you’d expect from a good beat ‘em up — frantic button mashing, gigantic bosses, health-restoring turkey dinners stashed in barrels, and badass specialty weapons and mounts. Review: The story is pretty basic, but here it is anyway: once, a great evil called the Blade […] read »

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Psychic Clues
  • Psychic Clues

  • Posted on  Dec 16,2013  06:12 , by Sara Lau
  • Psychic Clues is a new hidden object game from a developer with practically no web presence at all: Klug Company. Before you instantly write it off for being a hidden object game on Facebook, you should know that it left me pleasantly surprised and kept me hooked throughout my time with it. Review: You see, there are several things that Psychic Clues does right that stack up to make it one of the best hidden object games I’ve ever played. First and foremost, it has a compelling theme that actually makes sense of why you’d be looking for hidden objects […] read »

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