Pocket Summoner

Pocket Summoner

Riida.com are a company with a very specific task in mind, that being to create the perfect Pokémon-style monster collection game for iOS. This doesn’t necessarily mean creating a carbon copy of the existing source material, but rather working to the strengths of the device in question. To date they’ve attempted this three times, with their original game being Pocket Summoner.

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Zodiac: Orcanon Odyssey

Zodiac

There’s a simple warning to be found in Zodiac that we should all take to heart. Even if a game is being developed by famous or even beloved names in the RPG genre and boasts some amazing artwork it can still be a horrific mess.

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Five Card Quest

Five Card Quest

A RogueLight devised around the idea of randomly generated dungeons consisting of a series of three screens each before delving to a deeper layer may sound like a great match for mobile play, especially when coupled with an interesting visual style. Sadly Five Card Quest isn’t as interesting as its concept makes it sound.

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Beast Bound

Beast Bound

When MBU retrospectively reviewed Deep Realms a short while ago it was with a heavy heart that a former Facebook classic would never make the jump to modern mobile devices. Beast Bound manages to prove that what may have worked as a Facebook Flash game doesn’t always make the best mechanics for on the go play.

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