Dream Hospital (Mobile)

Dream hospital quickly went from a game a started out enjoying and quickly became highly disappointed in. While the sound and graphics are nice it became quickly apparent there wasn’t enough room to really build most of what you needed and getting the money together to build it was either an insane grind or would require real money. While we all play mobile games knowing this is the game plan because honestly how else will they make money, some games do take this way to far and this is one of those games.

Now the game is admittedly enjoyable, seeing all the people come and go, building rooms, equipping doctors and rooms while leveling up to find cures and new illnesses can be a blast. The added bonus of being able to create items to help cure things is also pretty awesome in itself. It just isn’t really worth the headache of having to grind just to hire a doctor after grinding to build a room. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.


Golf Clash (Mobile)

Golf Clash is one of those games I saw and gave a shot because it seemed really simple and quick to play and honestly it truly is. Just pull back for power, wait for the slider to be in the sweet spot and let go and boom. The ball goes flying down the course. Winning games will give you coins and occasionally a chest that takes a bit of time to open. The chest may give you coins or points towards clubs. These clubs will let you upgrade the corresponding club to increase your performance. And here is where my issue comes in, it basically becomes pay to win at that point at least later. Getting enough coins to upgrade clubs takes forever if you aren’t willing to pay real money, and you have little hope of beating people that have. Skill will only take you so far honestly. It is a fun and simple game, just be aware that occasionally at hire levels winning isn’t something you can probably so without some cash. Best wishes and may thee gaming gods bring you glory.

Seaport (Mobile)

Seaport is one of those games that at first seems really cool and starts out interesting, but you quickly realize you are doing the same thing over and over again and the resources you are getting started to outpace what you actually need. The game isn’t all bad. Upgrading your port and all your ships is interesting and if you are patient you never have to spend any real money, it would just make things faster. In the end tho I can’t really recommend this one. There are better games out there that are far less repetitive and have more content. Unless you love ships, this one is better off being passed on. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

Aquapark.io (Mobile)

Aquapark.io is a mobile game published by VOODOO and is quite simple to play but a bit harder to master. Basically, your character slides down a water slide and the first one to the bottom wins. The catch, however, is you can knock the other people off the track for kills (yes called kills) and more to the point you can also throw yourself off the slide and attempt to land on a lower section of the slide. If you do it is an easy way to win, and once or twice I managed to land directly in the pool at the end and instantly won the race. This is a dangerous tactic tho because if you miss, it is game over.

The game is a good way to kill some time, the controls are simple, just slide your finger back and forth and works just fine. It’s not a bad way to send a few minutes waiting for a bus or in the bathroom or whatever. The game isn’t great or even in-depth, it is just good enough to spend a few minutes at a time. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

Dr. Mario World (Mobile)

Who loved Dr. Mario as a kid? Well if you did there is great news for you. Dr, Mario World is now out on mobile. The sound is as nice as you would hope and the controls are a bit easier to deal with than I expected. Basically, you use the touch screen to slide the pills up and tap the screen to twist them. The game is free to play, so there is no risk in trying it out, and there is also some stuff to buy with real money. I didn’t touch it so I can’t tell you if it’s worth it or not, but it does exist. Nintendo needs to make some cash somehow to be fair.

I honestly have never hidden the fact that I am not big on puzzle games, so this one will get boring quick for me. With that said tho there isn’t anything that made me dislike the game. The sound was nice and the controls work with the game and that is all you need. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

Game of Evolution Click & Merge (Mobile)

Game of Evolution Click & Merge is clearly a clicker mobile game, and not a good one. You start with a single celled organism and combine them together. Each time you do this they will make a bigger creature. They eventually turn into land creatures such as dinosaurs, monkeys and people. Each increasing more advanced creature will be worth more money.

The problem is the game is never fun. There is no challenge to it, and the only fun part is that the creatures do look pretty cute. The sound is repetitive as well, so honesty while this is a short review, you shouldn’t waste your time playing this game. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

Wizards Unite Makes 300k in First 24 Hours

The title really says it all honestly.¬†SensorTower¬†research says the game pulled in around 400 thousand installs and 300 thousand dollars in the first day alone, meaning the game seems to be another success for the makers of Pokemon Go Niantic. The game itself is more or less a clone of Pokemon Go, even the Pokestops and such are the same in each game. This isn’t really a bad thing tho. Go give your fandom of choice a shot. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.