Not only an accomplished reflex puzzle for all ages, but a sophisticated fusion of art and design, best enjoyed on the more generous screen of the iPad.
Playing Scrabble alone in the dark may be miserable in real life, but QatQi makes it a smart and satisfying endeavor.
Far too difficult at times, but also far too charming, entertaining and original for that to matter too much.
A mirror image of a classic game turns out to be just as good as the original.
Letterpress is now the only two-player word game in town, in our eyes. (Almost literally – we’re so addicted we’re often not playing much else.)
A mite frustrating at times, but Shardlands adds much-needed layers of mystery and atmosphere to the tried-and-tested iOS puzzle-adventure format.
Further proof that adventure gaming and iOS devices go hand in hand like a hidden key in a mysterious chest.
This smartly technical brain-teaser is not only perfect for touch-screen, but is likely to restore faith in your own half-forgotten schooling.