Last month I spent an evening playing Her Story on my iPhone. (It’s also available on Windows and OS X.) I’d read about it and had it recommended to me by a coworker, so as soon as I had a couple hours to myself, I dove in. (No big spoilers, but beware if you want to… Continue reading Simple Mechanics to Tell a Complex Story in “Her Story”
Recently I played the indie iOS game Heartbeats, developed by Kong Orange. I was looking for a little sci-fi puzzler, and that’s exactly what this is – although “little” might be selling it short. Sure, it’s not a lengthy game, but it’s challenging and full of heart. It feels important somehow. The game breaks up the story… Continue reading Heartbeats: Best Puzzler of the Year So Far
Okay, I know my last post was also about Dragon Age, but I can't help it! The most fun little smartphone game came out today, and it just so happens to be a Dragon Age game. Which is totally the reason I got it, of course. Heroes of Dragon Age is a free game that… Continue reading Playing the “Heroes of Dragon Age” Smartphone Game!