In Indie Game HQ’s latest review, Nathan takes a look at Apple Bin by Ruxar. Apple Bin is a casual physics shooter and is available on Android and Window Phone. If you like what you see in the review and have a Windows phone, consider purchasing the Pro Version to help support the developer. All other links can be found at the end of the review.
As of today, Barbasoft Team has released their labor of love Undead Hunt, a top-down strategic zombie shooter tailored for mobile devices. It all started when the two members of Barbasoft had the idea of creating a game together. Due to scheduling conflicts, their original idea never came to fruition. When the time finally came to get down to business, they started to build a tactical-strategy ga
We all know with JXD that the hardware we see in the tablets they release will be in the upcoming versions of their gaming line of hand helds. The S908 features a quad core CPU, 2 gigs of DDR3 RAM and a 9.7 IPS Retina Display. This is a gamers tablet and one that is going to be a hot purchase this summer.
Kevin "Beetlebear" Collins of Indie Game HQ reviewed XnO from Digital Eclairs, LLG. The game stars the cutest little penguins, X and O. XnO takes place in the far norh where X and O live with their friends P the puffer and T the turtle. A big menacing monster swoops down one day and imprisons O. Now it’s up to your skills and the abilities of X, P and T!