A new group supporting British game developers is holding a game hack at Mind Candy this weekend - the aim is to raise the profile of UK indie development, and to create a cool mini-game collection.
Some puzzle games are so fiendishly simple, you just think, oh lord, why didn't I think about that? We've all done it with Tetris, right? Why didn't we think of that? What's WRONG with us? It's just shapes falling down the screen. Just shapes...
HueBrix is just a collection of colour squares inside a grid. You're about to think it again.
Signs of vandalism.
Hard Lines creator Spilt Milk Studios is taking a cautious approach to crowd funding for its latest iOS project. It involves a freemium model – and the universal allure of cake.
Or are you just a fan of the brilliant Spy vs Spy game?
Either way, we sort of have you covered.
Or is it?
Parkin tries his hand at civil engineering in the iOS game that asks you to build bridges over rivers with infuriating, yet compelling results.
We're a bit late to it, actually, so you probably are playing it already.
NImblebit, the creator of Tiny Tower, has developed another wonderfully cute social sim filled with teeny people with some place to go. There's just one problem: it is horribly obtuse – at least according to air traffic control newbie, KeithStuart.
More specifically, Lara Croft. You know? Lara Croft with the eyes and the backpack and the irrational hatred of endangered species and the butler and the back pain?
Parkin takes a look at why this is, and what Broken Sword's Nico Collard has to say about it all.