Pocket Gamer takes a look at Paper Train: Rush and is bored with the sameness giving it a 6/10.
But it never goes above or beyond the shape we’ve all become familiar with. It’s solid, it looks good, and everything it tries to do it does with aplomb. But it doesn’t really try to do all that much.
Via Pocket Gamer
Kingdom Clicker, the latest in the auto RPG / clicker-typer genre was released last week. This one comes with a twist — PvP battles.
In Kingdom Clicker the usual clicking is done to gather coins, which are used to buy buildings and power-ups that auto-generate coins. It’s a well worn mechanic and implemented very well here. The graphics are good, the game plays well. But the interesting new thing here is that once a certain size kingdom is built, players can battle other players to attempt to steal part of their bank.
I’ve been playing this for a few days and find myself drawn back to it a few times per day. My only concern with this game is that same for many, I wish the battle were more intuitive — they are basically just a dice roll. That said, it’s a fun game, well done, and worth a try.
Taking a page out of the very depressing book that is Papers, Please, Burn the Boards is a puzzle / simulation game that follows the dangerous exploits of an e-waste worker.
– Unique puzzle and simulation mechanics
– Insights into the toxic realities of e-Waste
– An abundance of levels
– Awesome pixels and gamedesign by Jamo Games