Jessica is a big puddle of feels after playing the long-awaited conclusion to our 2016 Game of the Year and is charmed by an as-yet-unreleased charming game from the charming folks at Mighty Games. We conclude that quick-play games might not be as special as the games that truly win our hearts, but are still pretty awesome.
Anna is left wanting more after playing a horror-themed puzzle game that has just arrived on iOS from Steam, but the real rage is directed at a mobile-first game that has an awful control scheme, rendering it virtually unplayable. Luckily, a silly but fun game with impeccable controls comes to the rescue!
We roll our eyes pretty hard at the best mobile game BAFTA winner, as we do for most winners in the mobile category of various games awards. We wish awards would go more often to games that are truly the best rather than those that are the best known.
Meanwhile, should games display the battery indicator? What’s a fun new way to get hints in a new adventure game? How long can we neglect our laundry? And what non-curse words will we lob at our guest next week? Listen now to find out!
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Stuff we mentioned:
- Love You to Bits (iOS only for now)
- Charming Runes (not yet released by Mighty Games)
- Break Liner (iOS & Android)
- Let's Go Rocket (iOS & Android)
- Crossy Road (iOS, Android & Microsoft devices)
- Rare Sloth
- King Rabbit (iOS only)
- Slayaway Camp (iOS & Steam)
- After the End (iOS only)
- Legend of the Skyfish (iOS, Android & Steam)
- MouseBot (iOS & Android)
- BAFTA winners announced
- Reigns (iOS, Android & Steam)
- Clash Royale (iOS & Android)
- Pocket Card Jockey
- Twine hints for Thimbleweed Park
- Alan Hazelden
- Cosmic Express (iOS, Android & Steam)
- A Good Snowman is Hard to Build (iOS, Android & Steam)
- Johnny Dangerously
- The Usual Suspects