George Roush Biography

A gamer since birth, George Roush has always had a passion for anything involving a quarter and a joystick. George has provided video game content for sites like IGN. He also wrote the on camera dialog and constructed story segments for the Electronic Entertainment Expo's yearly E3 insider show called Floored. George also has a background in film writing, interviewing celebrities and writing news and set visit pieces for various film sites. His business background includes having worked for Netflix and MGM Studios.

The Voyage Review (iOS)

by George Roush March 3, 2014 @ 8:42 AM
Toy Studio LLC
A year and a half ago Toy Studio released The Curse, a unique puzzle game featuring a masked stranger who guided you through over 100 puzzles in your quest to solve a mystery. Toy Studio returns with The Voyage, a pirate themed puzzle adventure. Is this follow up a bountiful mobile treasure or is it just straight up booty?

Threes Review (iOS)

by George Roush February 13, 2014 @ 10:30 AM
Sirvo LLC
Simplicity in video games is an easy concept in design but a tough one to execute. Most titles that have stood the test of time were simple in design, yet complex in their mastery. Every game developer has tried to create the next big hit using this formula. While most have failed, there are some who managed to create something that resonates and sticks with both kids and adults. Threes is one of those games.

Dungeon Keeper Review (iOS)

by George Roush February 3, 2014 @ 2:42 PM
Electronic Arts
Behold, minions. The time has come for you to build, ravage, destroy and collect riches. This iOS port of a PC classic gives real time strategy/tower defense/rpg players the chance to build up their own dungeon while destroying everyone else’s. It’s a battle for evil supremacy and it’s a lot of fun to play. If you’ve got the time.

Grandpa and the Zombies Review (iOS)

by George Roush January 27, 2014 @ 1:08 PM
Most zombie games contain lots of gore, quick reflexes to stay alive on your feet, and a truckful of weapons to dispatch of the undead. Now there’s a new zombie game in the App Store that takes a different approach -- survive using your wits. And your wheelchair.