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Clash Royale Review, Strategy and Tips to build the best Deck for iOS and Android



Clash Royale Review, Strategy and Tips to build the best Deck for iOS and Android

Who doesn't know Clash of Clans. The game that was released for iOS back in 2012 and Android in 2013 has achieved a lot of things; and by a lot, I mean really a lot. Even at the early time when the game has just released, Clash of Clans has shown a really good potential, becoming AppStore top 5 download between December 2012 and May 2013. It finally rape it sow during last year, when Clash of Clans became the top grossing app on both iOS and Android. Clash of Clans even generates a huge 1.5 million dollars per day!

The gameplay that's offered by Clash of Clans was a fresh idea at that time. You get to build a defense, gold producing machine, then build troops with the gold you've produced. Afterwards, you get to attack other players to get more gold, and repeat that again. I know that this isn't a fresh idea anymore since so many games have copied this mechanic and use it as their core. However, that's not the reason why this game was able to generate 1.5 million dollars in 2015. It is in my opinion the community behind the game. The ability to create clans, defending and attacking other clans together, supported with reliable network server, making this game is the next 'World of Warcraft'.

Now after a huge success in 2015, the developer of Clash of Clans, Supercell, wants to repeat that success again with the same community and similar policy, but with a fresh gameplay. To do that, Supercell creates another real-time multiplayer game starring all the familiar characters from Clash of Clans, called Clash Royale.

Punch Club: A Fighter's Tamagotchi for iOS and Android (with Guides, Tips and Tricks)



Punch Club: A Fighter's Tamagotchi for iOS and Android (with Guides, Tips and Tricks)

Simulation games have always been one of my favorite genre. A simulation game is a game where you will be simulating various activities from real life. At the early development of simulation game, the true purpose of it isn't actually for fun purpose but rather for real-life purpose such as training, analysis, or prediction. Most simulation games trying to tell the player about how they think a real situation from their game would happen.

But as time goes by, so does the evolution of simulation games. Now they're not just focusing on detail and real-life simulation, but also broaden its range to a more friendly, simple, and fun games. The history of simulation game is a bit blur. While many credits the notorious Sim City as the first simulation game, Coleco Vision claim themselves as the game that inspires Sim City.

Since the success of Sim City, simulation games is like the genre that would never dies. This genre always has its own fan base that would never fade away. Just like the time when I was a child, the time when Tamagotchi was first released in public, 20 years ago. It's like everybody feel responsible to raise a digital pet that's just as large as any keychain, and can be brought anywhere they go.

That's exactly the same concept that I thought when simulation games being brought into iPhone. It's like you have your own tamagotchi again, but this time, it's not just digital pet, you can even bring a street fighter everywhere you go and have him develops into a tough fighter.

Combining strategic decision and simulation together is what Lazy Bear Games wanted to present to the players. With these combinations in mind, along with the passion to bring back nostalgic feeling into modern game, Punch Club is born.

Football Manager Mobile 2016: Best Football Manager Offline Game for iOS and Android



Football Manager Mobile 2016: Best Football Manager Offline Game for iOS and Android

The game that I'm about to talk, is without a doubt, one of the most successful football management simulation game in the whole world, and it all started way back in 1992. In 1992, this football simulation game started with the name, Championship Manager created by two brothers under the name of Sports Interactive and published by Eidos.

In 2003, Sports Interactive split with Eidos, retained the game's match engine, database, and changed its name into Football Manager. Slowly but sure, Football Manager sets their feet deeply and claim back their right to become the most popular football management simulation game.

Football Manager set their feet on handheld device back on 2006, when they released Football Manager Handheld (FMH) on PSP. Of course they designed the game separately due to the different playing experience in handheld console. 

However as if Sports Interactive wants to expand more with this business line, FMH was entering mobile products, started with iOS back in 2010, continued with Android in April 2012.

Finally in 2016, FMH was being renamed and released to both iOS and Android devices with the name Football Manager Mobile 2016.

Lumino City: From Paper to Play - Review & Walkthrough



Lumino City: From Paper to Play - Review & Walkthrough

I'm a amateur photographer. I couldn't always take a great photo, but I do know if I'm taking a bad photo, so I do believe with my eyes a little bit. That is also the reason why I really excited with games that put their effort in their visual appearance.

Unfortunately, games that's taking too many attentions on their graphics, are usually end with bland or even worst poor gameplay. You wouldn't be able to find easily a game with great graphics and great gameplay. If you can, that game would most likely wins an award (because it's rare).

That is why, I got really excited when I saw this trailer from State of Play Games. It is a puzzle adventure game, it is a point and click adventure, with all the backdrops behind, entirely made with real world materials, paper, card.

Even all the effects are handmade using motors and miniature lights. Don't believe me? Check their behind-the-scene trailer below, and why do they bother to do all that? Because they can, and this is Lumino City.

Templar Battleforce for iOS and Android Review (with Beginner Guide)



Templar Battleforce for iOS and Android Review (with Beginner Guide)

Sometimes, there are those games that's just, let's call it not pleasantly beautiful in their graphics display. Even the trailer couldn't give you that charm of first love experience. Nevertheless, despite being short in attractiveness, once you're laying hand on these games, you won't be able to turn back. This kind of games, are the reasons why I love doing this thing, to find hidden gems, games that are often underestimated by others, but actually, have a fantastic game-play.

This kind of situation kind a reminiscent of the latest product from Trese Brothers. Despite being weak at some areas, this little gem will really blow your mind with heap of contents, stories and conspiracies, aliens, space marines, and of course, brilliant game-play. This is Templar Battleforce.

The Room Three: All Secret Endings Unlocked



The Room Three: All Secret Endings Unlocked

The Room series has became a trend-setter, a model, a game to beat for anyone who plays puzzle games. Although, it's been a bit derivation in its second game, their next game in the series still got many people excited with.

So, when Fireproof Games, the British developer behind these games, launched their next game, I'm putting my life to be in the front line to get this game and play it.

Long story short, the game was very far far away from disappointment. I have spent more than 8 hours to play with the latest series of The Room and Fireproof Games and I have no regret whatsoever playing. It's The Room Chapter 3.

Please Don't Touch Anything (PDTA) All Endings Walkthrough and Guide



Please Don't Touch Anything (PDTA) All Endings Walkthrough and Guide

Before we even start, let me tell you that this post contains a lot of spoiler. This post, is made exclusively for those who have seen the shine reflected by this little gem from BulkyPix and Four Quarters. This is Please, Don't Touch Anything.

There are lots of cartoon series that use the same premise as what PDTA has. It all starts with one Red button and a task given to you while your partner is taking short toilet break.

There's no way you can resist pressing when you're left with just one red button, and nothing else to do. Moreover, when you press the red button, nothing happen beside a switch appears out of nowhere. The rest I believe is what we all have loved the most from this game.

Soda Dungeon: A very kind Rogue-like RPG for iOS and Android (with Tips and Tricks)



Soda Dungeon: A very kind Rogue-like RPG for iOS and Android (with Tips and Tricks)

A tavern, according to Wikipedia, is a place of business where people gather to drink alcoholic beverages and eat some food. The oldest tavern that has ever recorded, was built in 1633 in Boston, Massachusetts. But then, was implemented in most and almost all medieval era as a place where people could hang out with their friends.

But have you ever thought why in the Medieval Age, all the heroes and villains are always gathering in Tavern? Do you know what kind of drink they actually bought? Well, according to Afro Ninja Production, they actually drink a bottle of soda. This absurdness, if you're agree, can only be found in the latest RPG/dungeon crawler from Afro Ninja Production in collaboration with Armor Games called Soda Dungeon.

The Magic Flute by Mozart: A Sliding Puzzle Game for iOS (with Tips and Tricks)



The Magic Flute by Mozart: A Sliding Puzzle Game for iOS (with Tips and Tricks)

Before I start talking about the game, let's talk about the origin of the title first. The Magic Flute or in its origin language, Die Zauberflöte, is an opera in two acts by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (taken from Wikipedia). This opera that includes both singing and spoken dialogue, was premiered back on September 30th, 1971 in Vienna.

Fast forward to 2013, in the same place as the original opera, Austria, a Japanese director of musical and operas, Amon Miyamoto, was positioned as the Stage Director of The Magic Flute at Landestheater Linz, Austria. He has a brilliant vision to change this opera story into a video game. This is where coincidentally, two of LabLike colleagues were there as the visual arts crew.

Everything was converted. From the costumes, set, until AR-style projections of virtual scenography, was designed to make the whole show feel like an actual game. The hero became a player, experiencing a magic-filled digital realm on the other side of the TV screen.

And, after opera bringing gamification at its core, LabLike feels that its about time to return the favor. LabLike team take this idea and retelling the opera story, The Magic Flute, squished it all into a game. That's including all the costumes, set, until the scenography. And so, The Magic Flute by Mozart was born.

Play Sim City Zombie with Rebuild 3: Gangs of Deadsville in iOS and Android



Play Sim City Zombie with Rebuild 3: Gangs of Deadsville in iOS and Android

Have you ever imagined managing a city with zombies just at the sight of the corner, ready to decimate your population in a blink of eyes? I think it was in 2011 if I'm not mistaken, the time when I was playing with an exciting zombie surviving management called Rebuild. Now after 3 years and several delaysSarah Northway, the creator of Rebuild has released the third version of Rebuild series, and its called, Rebuild 3: Gangs of Deadsville.