With sparkling ingenuity, One Tap Hero explores the simplest of interfaces to deliver a testing puzzle platformer with 100 levels of ideal mobile gaming.
A nice way of getting younger kids to practice their adding perhaps, but with little enjoyment for an adult audience.
Huge amounts of fun at parties, whether the room is full of kids or adults. Stable and well designed to boot.
Really well put together, but lacking depth for experienced gamers. And it’ll be hard to keep kids from wanting to dip in the IAP pool.
The best block-falling game we’ve played on iOS and more puzzle-oriented and challenging than most. A must-buy.
Worth buying for the sheer novelty and fun factor, but it is a very slight experience and won’t last long.
No Red T-Shirts serves up both a depressing scenario and dreadful experience.
A well-crafted little projectile firing game, but the fling soon wears off.