With original designer Greg Johnson at the helm, Back in the Groove plays like a love letter to the 1991 release.
Adult Swim Games
I wanted Desync to be good. I’m fan of games that actually test your reflexes and mettle but so much of this title just feels unfair.
Super Comboman brings loads of charm to its take on the beat ‘em up genre… if only it brought a bit more substance.
Sometimes we channel our inner beast mode, and when the appetite to do bad overtakes us, a trip to Castle Doombad is a necessary and highly recommended evil.
When I first heard about Giant Boulder of Death, I could tell right away from the name that it must be a new effort from Adult Swim. Between titles like Robot Unicorn Attack and Super Monsters Ate My Condo, Adult Swim has such a recognizable and defined style, that the combination of the words "Giant," "Boulder," and "Death" could only point in one direction. Could a name generator for Adult Swim games be that far behind? Only time will tell. In the meantime, let's take a look at this new iOS game.
Amateur Surgeon 3 should have been renamed Amateurish Surgeon, since the developers believe a few minutes of surgery is worth your coin right off the bat. It may be a free to play experience, but don't let the zero price tag fool you. This is a freemium nightmare of epic proportions, and if you actually want to spend valuable time on a title without constantly shelling out cash, leave this emergency room asap.
Appropriately enough for a surreal, absurdest title like this, the original Robot Unicorn Attack got its start on the Internet as flash game. It was released in early 2010, a year when there seemed to be an unusual obsession for blogs and memes that focused on wacky combinations of random items. The massive popularity of the game quickly spread and it wasn't long before Robot Unicorn Attack made its way to mobile platforms and all manner of re-skinned spinoffs. With the arrival of Robot Unicorn Attack 2, we now have a sequel that appears to be every bit as shiny and ridiculous as its predecessor.
Super Monsters Ate My Condo!, the follow-up to Monsters Ate My Condo!, is not afraid to place gamers in the throes of sensory overload. The brighter than a rainbow images jump off the screen in this jenga inspired puzzle game. Imagine matching colored blocks in the middle of a city surrounded by surreal looking monsters waiting to tear your dreams down, all within a two minute span. It's a visual sugar rush to your soul that doesn't let you go.