Recommended games in Match-3 Games

World of Tanks Generals

Collectible card game World of Tanks Generals "feels fresh and new" - 4/5 from Gamezebo

World of Tanks Generals is different enough from most card games that it feels fresh and new, yet should easily appeal to a very specific breed of gamer that already exists. After learning the basics I started looking at the cards as actual tanks rather than cards, and I was casually pulling off tank maneuvers like the Desert Fox himself. World of Tanks Generals is a great card game for casual players and card game enthusiasts alike — but for the more casual player, it might take a little longer to play than what they’re used to on mobile devices.

Posted December 11, 2015 via Gamezebo


Collectible Card Game

Offers in-app purchases ($0.99 - $49.99) Game Center Rating: 9+

World of Tanks Generals is a game from WARGAMING Group Limited, originally released 25th November, 2015 for iOS


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ZED

Run from a cloud of death and zombies in post apocalyptic ZED

Running through the world, picking up the occasional gun and jumping over anything in the way is the only way to avoid the cloud of death.

The dark and ominous side-scrolling runner ZED is out and it will have you running from a cloud of death and shooting zombies. ZED has some amazing environmental art, even with most of the world being depicted in silhouette.

 

Posted December 10, 2015 by


Action, Arcade, Infinite Runner, Zombies

Offers in-app purchases ($0.99 - $7.99) Game Center Rating: 12+

ZED is a game from NULL, originally released 8th December, 2015 for iOS


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Devouring Stars

Devouring Stars will fill you up

Games that let you abstractly play God are always fun. In Devouring stars, a real time strategy game released today from Bulkypix and Nerial, you get to pit galaxies against each other in a quest to rule the universe.

Strategy does play a big role in this game — deciding what types of galaxies to use, how to combine then, how big to grow before attacking, or to just escape, they all matter. It’s a well done game with great graphics that reminds me of a different take on Galcon.

Posted December 9, 2015 by


Real Time Strategy

Universal Game Center Rating: 4+

Devouring Stars is a game from Bulkypix, originally released 9th December, 2015 for iOS


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The Incorruptibles - Knights of the Realm

The Incorruptibles - It’s like Clash of Clans on super hard mode

I’ve been harsh on Clash of Clan clones at times. But that one game really has spawned a whole new genre. They aren’t really simulation, they certainly aren’t city builders, they are something unique.

The Incorruptibles has taken the basic idea of Clash of Clans, base and army building to conquer other territories and multiplied it and made it a lot tougher — in a very good way. The main differences are a much better single player campaign, with a lot more to do than build and collect. A large map to conquer with varied battles and layouts. And troops that are controlled and their numbers adjusted in the middle of battles. Overall it makes The Incorruptibles much more of a strategy game than Clash of Clan-like games have ever been.

The Incorruptibles is out now on iOS and coming soon to Android, highly recommended.

Posted December 8, 2015 by


Adventure, Base Builder, Dungeon Crawler, Player vs Player, Real Time Strategy

Offers in-app purchases ($4.99 - $99.99) Universal Game Center Rating: 9+

The Incorruptibles - Knights of the Realm is a game from Maximum Play, originally released 20th November, 2015 for iOS


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Groove Planet

Rhythmic clicker 'Groove Planet' gets 4.5/5 from Touch Arcade

I can honestly say that Groove Planet is the first game in this genre where I actually have enjoyed the clicking, and that’s really saying something. It’s so fun, in fact, that I kinda wish they’d taken the concept even further, like allowing menu clicks to count as part of the beat so you never lose your combos, or intelligently recognizing different rhythms so you can improvise your own “tap solos” (as long as they stay in beat, of course!). That’s probably a bit too complicated to implement, and anyway, what Groove Planet does already is pretty outstanding. It’s a clicker that was clearly made by people with a deep love and understanding of music, and because of that, it just might be the most satisfying one I’ve ever played.

Posted December 8, 2015 via Touch Arcade


Clicker, Music

Offers in-app purchases ($0.99 - $24.99) Universal Game Center Rating: 4+

Groove Planet is a game from Animoca Brands, originally released 30th November, 2015


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Maestria

If Monument Valley were a music game, it would be Maestria

A beautiful isometric world is a strange place for a simple puzzle game. But wow does it set the mood for the story of the game.

In Maestria the goal of the game is to ring the bells in a certain order with a ring that proceeds out from the main character, Fugue’s body. The distance from Fugue will determine the order of ringing. But the task gets trickier as the game progresses with obstacles and more.

Maestria is a great little $1.99 gem of a zen-like puzzle game. With over 160 levels in multiple worlds, there’s a lot to explore.

Posted December 7, 2015 by


Puzzle

Universal Rating: 4+

Maestria is a game from Antoine Latour, originally released 2nd December, 2015 for iOS


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Starlit Adventures

Starlit Adventures review gets 4/5 from Touch Arcade

Even though Starlit Adventures gives you a lot of enemies to outgun and a lot of stuff to collect, it’s a pretty relaxing game. Each maze has multiple paths to the exit, so if you don’t feel like solving some water-based mini-puzzle that provides you with an extra star, you don’t really have to (though you do need a certain amount of stars to unlock new worlds). You can just concentrate on the sheer fun of digging and taking down foes.

Posted December 4, 2015 via Touch Arcade


Action, Arcade

Offers in-app purchases ($0.99 - $5.99) Universal Rating: 4+

Starlit Adventures is a game from Rockhead Games, originally released 18th November, 2015 for iOS


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Rayman Adventures

Rayman Adventures Bounces onto the scene

The recent Rayman games on mobile have both been pretty good and Rayman Adventures continues on that well honed formula but is slightly tarnished by being the first free to play version in this series.

This action platformer is beautiful, and fun, but now free to play. The result is a slightly more repetitive and less fun game. Don’t get me wrong, it’s still a good game, but could have been better if the free to play siren song weren’t so strong right now.

Give it a shot and if you like the core mechanic, try out Rayman Jungle Run and Rayman Fiesta Run for more.

Posted December 3, 2015 by


Action, Arcade, Platformer

Offers in-app purchases ($0.99 - $19.99) Universal Game Center Rating: 4+

Rayman Adventures is a game from Ubisoft, originally released 20th October, 2015 for iOS


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