Not very many returning games on the list this week which means there is nearly a full new set of games to peruse. iOS gamers enjoy the perks of getting games, that once cost money, for free while Android users are limited to still having to pay something for sales (we will have a fresh […]
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Anyone that was a gamer from the early 80′s onward probably remembers when Tetris was released on the original Game Boy (the pea salad green screen version). Tetris was THE first portable selling game ever- thanks to Nintendo smartly packaging the game with the system. Yes, back then when you bought a system you got […]
My first interaction with Spellwood was actually by accident, I was on Google Play and checking out games and discovered this word game by Sega. Interested, I checked into it more and found out that there was a free version so I downloaded that but I was not to enjoy Spellwood at that time. It […]
Growing up from the 8-bit era through to today has given me a bit of insight to the background of fighting games and their roots and progression throughout history. Up till about the 32-bit era, fighting games were 2D, no matter if it was one plane (Street Fighter II) or levels (Final Fight), they were […]
Hidden object games are quite popular on Android and iOS devices partly due to the touch interfaces offered and Brandmania is another HO game in a long line of click and find games. The story here is that someone stole the brand logos and distributed them in hard to find hiding places in Asia, New […]
Being a huge fan of the Masters of the Universe, um universe, I am extremely excited to see that there is finally a decent game based around the properties coming out. There have been attempts in the past on Atari 2600, on various computers and even the GBA (our UK friends got a cool looking […]
The last time we saw Super Penguins here at Gaming on Batteries, it was the announcement that the ice running birds were hitting the iOS platform. This is a preview of the, hinted at in that news post, Android version of Super Penguins by Supersolid games using the Zeepad 7 inch Android Tablet (why so […]
G5 Games is one of the publishers on Android that I was most excited about checking out when I got the Zeepad in the mail recently. I had bad luck with a couple of their titles on the S601 Android Hand Held and was quite bummed by the experience (resistive screen device owners still can’t […]
Puzzle games on portables are a mainstay since the days of Tetris on the original Nintendo Game Boy. To be a success, a portable NEEDS good puzzle games (quick, name puzzle game on the Atari Lynx, point proven). This is one area that iOS and Android have no problem throwing down in the puzzle category.
Anyone that has had an office job for long will be instantly familiar with the premise of Toss It by Boolba Labs, LLC, available on iOS and Google Play. In the past, tossing paper at trash cans across the room offered quite a bit of suspense and intrigue- will the boss walk in and catch […]
Spy vs Spy, the classic comic strip, animation short and somewhat successful game from yesteryear is now available on iOS devices thanks to Robots and Pencils and First Star Software, Inc. in association with Warner Bros. SvS is just like it was years ago, now with retina graphics, online multiplayer and even a retro mode.