'Reed' Review - A Bite-Sized Platformer with Lovely Pixel Graphics

If you are an avid gamer on mobile and follow the scene, you may know that retro-style pixel art has been the rave the last couple of years. Many great games offer graphics from a bygone era, but redone with a magic digital touch to bring these aesthetics to modern play controls and structures in gaming. Crescent Moon Games' Reed [$1.99] is a game that fits this mold. It is a platformer that will » Read More

Angry Birds Friends 2018 Tournament 312-B On Now!

Angry Birds Friends Tournament 312-B is out now! Play six pig-packed new levels, and compete with friends and find out who's the ultimate bird flinger! The gameplay mixes different elements from different games — both Facebook and mobile. » Read More

Here's what you may have missed on Steel Media's other sites this week - May 11th

It's the weekend, baby. You know what that means. Time to round up some of the best articles from our sister sites into one lovely page for everyone to read.Yes, our family of sites, including 148Apps, AppSpy and the video arm of AppSpy have been equally busy this week creating brilliant things to view with your eyes, and we're going to celebrate them just like we always do before we clock off f » Read More

'Astra' Review - Per Aspera ad Astra

How difficult do you like your games? Do you like them punishingly difficult, to where you will have to play a level dozens of times in order to beat it? Congratulations, Astra [$2.99], a level-based orbital platformer, is for you. It's fun to play and features some of my favorte mechanics in orbital platformers. Here, you run around a planet and jump to other planets to make it through the level » Read More

Angry Birds Friends Halloween Tournament Part 3 On Now

Halloween is fast approaching, and it seems as if spooky creatures are lurking around every corner on Piggy Island – beware when the clouds part to reveal the full moon! The Rise of the Werepigs! Halloween Tournament Part 3 is … Continue reading → » Read More

Sniper X with Jason Statham Review: On Target

What an odd paring of games for me to review this week. First it was Love Rocks Starring Shakira, and now Sniper X with Jason Statham. I’m really hoping next week brings Recipe Dash with Martha Stewart and Bingo Bounce with Bob Barker. Seriously though, celebrity tie-ins aside, both Love Rocks and Sniper X would be games […]The post Sniper X with Jason Statham Review: On Target appear » Read More

How many times do we cry

Shh, shhh you hear that? That is the sound of heartfelt sighing, tinged with longing, that one makes when they behold something achingly beautiful. Lumino City is a puzzle adventure game made by the folks at State of Play games. It's been out on PC since December last year, but on October 29th it's finally making the leap to iOS with an Android launch slated for the next few months.We've been ha » Read More

'Shooty Skies' Review - A Frantic Shoot 'Em Up with a 'Crossy Road' Coat of Paint

Shooty Skies [Free] is a chaotic, endless arcade shooter by some of the same people who created Crossy Road [Free]. This follow-up to the viral hit uses the same quirky and cute style, featuring a variety of blocky animals and anthropomorphized electronics, but amps up the action one hundred fold. This arcade flyer puts the player behind the wheel of an aircraft loaded with pixel-shooting guns an » Read More