Mountain Goat Mountain by Zynga is variation of the endless runner game, except this time it’s sort of an endless climber. You just need to swipe and tap to go up the mountain, overcoming debris, obstacles and difficult paths. Though the gameplay is nothing revolutionary, it’s actually this element that makes playing it a lot of fun.Read More
Mr. Jump from 1Button SARL is a seemingly simple game: it’s a sidescroller and as the name implies, your characters needs to jump from platform to the next. It’s a very easy game to pick up, but as is always the case with these retro style games, it’s a bit more challenging than that.Read More
Spring Ninja is one of the latest from Ketchapp Games, and while it bears some resemblance to classic platform / sidescroller games, it does incorporate some original elements that make it fun. The premise is to have your ninja jump a specific distance, and while it sounds simple enough, it’s the reason why this game is addictive.Read More
The best games don’t have to be complex or have eye popping visuals, because more than anything else, it’s the gameplay that matters. Papi Jump from Sunflat Games is a good example of that, because it’s the very simplicity that makes it addictive: While it’s basically a jumping platform game with a rubber ball, it’s a lot of fun.Read More
King of Thieves is platform, sidescrolling game with elements of PvP exploration thrown in, and developer Zeptolab did a good job in adding original elements to the game. Your character is a dungeon owner who also happens to be a thief, and the objective is to steal from other players, but you have to go through obstacles to do this.
Amazing Ninja is a deceptively simple game as it can be frustratingly hard at times, but that doesn’t change the fact that you’ll want to keep coming back again and again for one more try. This addictive little game from Ketchapp might have a simple premise, but it will definitely keep you hooked.Read More
Chronology: Time Changes Everything from Osao is a puzzle platformer that makes great use of time travel, something that’s not properly used in many puzzle games. You control the Snail and the Inventor, switching between when required and together they have to solve a number of very interesting and challenging puzzles.Read More