Recommended games in Adventure

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 Rating: 9+

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


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Star Wars: Commander - Worlds in Conflict

Star Wars: The Force Awakens comes to Star Wars: Commander

Star Wars: Commander is arguably the best Star Wars game for mobile right now. Yet it seems to be the least appreciated of the three main ones. The other two big ones are just plain boring repetitive gatcha games. While it can be said that Star Wars: Commander takes a lot of inspiration from Clash of Clans, that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

If you haven’t given Star Wars: Commander a try yet, now’s a good time to hop in with the new Force Awakens content added including two new characters and a new planet.

Posted December 3, 2015 by


Adventure, Player vs Player, Strategy

Offers in-app purchases ($1.99 - $99.99) Universal Rating: 9+

Star Wars: Commander - Worlds in Conflict is a game from Disney, originally released 20th August, 2014 for Android, iOS


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Temple Run 2

Frozen Shadows expansion hits Temple Run 2

Temple Run 2 has been the perfect example of an endless runner. It has everything a fan of the genre would want — variety in gameplay, characters, and now an even bigger monkey!

With over one billion downloads already, is there anyone who hasn’t played this yet? This expansion to Temple Run 2 brings the nearly three year old game is a welcome sight for fans and those new to the game as well. It refreshes this game and just maybe introduces it to a new group of players.

If you haven’t played it, give it a shot. If you have, now you have a reason to play it again.

Posted December 3, 2015 by


Action, Adventure, Arcade, Infinite Runner

Offers in-app purchases ($0.99 - $19.99) Universal Rating: 9+

Temple Run 2 is a game from Imangi Studios, LLC, originally released 17th January, 2013 for Android, iOS


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Aralon: Forge and Flame

Touch Arcade gives Aralon: Forge and Flame 4/5

Taken as a complete experience, I enjoyed Aralon: Forge And Flame enough that I made my way through the game in only a few sessions. I can’t say I was completely satisfied in the end, but I had a lot of fun along the way, more than you might expect from my critical breakdown of the game’s various working parts. That’s the way it usually is with this kind of game, though, isn’t it? If you can overlook some flaws that have persisted through this whole line of games from Crescent Moon, you’ll probably enjoy this return to Aralon quite a bit. On the other hand, if you weren’t wowed by their previous efforts, you’ll likely be even less wowed with this game. Forge And Flame is quite good, especially considering its scope, but it’s not quite great.

Posted December 3, 2015 via Touch Arcade


Adventure, Open World, Role Playing

Universal Rating: 12+

Aralon: Forge and Flame is a game from Crescent Moon Games, originally released 2nd December, 2015 for iOS


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Brave & Little Adventure

A pretty little adventure — Brave & Little Adventure launched

This very well animated adventure game, Brave & Little Adventure will be familiar to Tiny Thief fans. It’s got all the charm of that game and even better graphics.

The story unfolds while playing as little red riding hood through a series of screens filled with puzzles and multiple characters. Each of the levels has one or more puzzles to solve and hidden objects to find. A fun little adventure and very well illustrated.

Posted November 30, 2015 by


Adventure, Hidden Object, Puzzle

Universal Rating: 4+

Brave & Little Adventure is a game from Dmitriy Kashirin, originally released 25th November, 2015 for iOS


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Slashy Hero

Slash Hero is a genre mash-up with candy, monsters, and costumes. Oh my.

Slashy Hero is a little bit maze game. A little but dungeon crawler. A little bit path drawing, hack and slash, costume collecting, and well, a whole lot more. The goal of the game is to traverse the rooms avoiding the bad guys and collecting the candy. Each room has an objective that must be completed before the exit opens. Along the way there will be big old bosses, the previously mentioned mazes and bad guys, and lots of candy to collect. While it’s a halloween themed game, it’s fun to play just about anytime.

Posted November 3, 2015 by


Adventure, Dungeon Crawler, Maze, Puzzle

Offers in-app purchases ($0.99 - $39.99) Universal Rating: 9+

Slashy Hero is a game from Kongregate, originally released 27th October, 2015 for iOS


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Octodad: Dadliest Catch

Loving Father, Caring Husband, Secret Octopus, and Ridiculous Game, Octodad is Out Now

So here you are, a normal everyday kinda person, just doing ordinary everyday kinda things. Trying to go about your life when people keep looking at you accusingly. It’s almost like they have never seen an octopus dressed up as a human trying to open a particularly difficult door before.

In Octodad, the goal is to go through routine and not so routine things all without a skeletal system and without drawing too much attention to yourself. Controls are pretty good considering lack of said skeleton. Though due to the small size of the screen, they can be difficult at times. All in all a very silly, and very fun game. If you liked Goat Simulator, this will be your new favorite game. For others looking for a challenge, it’s also a great little fun puzzler.

Posted October 29, 2015 by


Adventure, Hidden Object, Physics Puzzler, Puzzle

Universal Rating: 9+

Octodad: Dadliest Catch is a game from Young Horses, Inc., originally released 28th October, 2015 for Apple TV, iOS


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Lumino City

A beautiful hand build world is the setting for Lumino City

The App Store has seen it’s fair share of beautiful games this month, just read further below to see a whole bunch of them. But nothing quite compares to this one. The BAFTA award winning Lumino City comes to iOS from State of Play, and it’s amazing.

Lumino city is a very well done point and click / puzzle game. But what sets it apart is the lush and finely crafted art work. The entire game is hand made using and filmed with a camera, not rendered. Real world stuff — remember that? Take a look here to see a behind the scenes video on how the whole thing was made.

This is a beautiful, fun, engaging, and very thoughtful game. Throw into that mix that it’s made with a beautiful real-world set, and it’s a must play experience. Also check out it’s little sibling, Lume also by State of Play.

Posted October 29, 2015 by


Adventure, Hidden Object, Point and Click, Puzzle, Story Based

Universal Rating: 4+

Lumino City is a game from State of Play Games, originally released 28th October, 2015 for Apple TV, iOS


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