Game of Watchcraft: Spawn of Squishy in Review: Everything New Is Old Again

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The retro craze is in full swing, with many developers making games that look, sound and often play like games that came out 20 years ago or more.  In some cases they have even made modern versions of those games that try to retain the “flair” of the originals.  Game of Watchcraft: Spawn of Squishy takes an entirely different approach to the concept.  It poses the question “What would Warcraft look like as an LCD game?”  If you don’t know what that even means you can either count yourself fortunate or underprivileged depending on your perspective.  Either way the developers have done a fine job of recreating a brand new “classic”, though a true fan of Warcraft would have to tell me if it captures the essence of that universe or not.

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10 New App Store Games To Watch [August 12 - 18]

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I suppose you’re all expecting me to gush about Plants vs. Zombies 2, the sequel to a cultural phenomenon.  Well I’m not going to do it, though I suppose if you’re a devotee of the original you’ll find a lot more zombie busting to do this time around.  Speaking of sequels, the anime inspired RPG tale continues in Sage Fusion 2.  More game play, an engrossing story and thoughtfully planned encounters should make for an appealing adventure.  To finish out this thought, Erica Reed is back in Cognition Episode 2.  If this title even simply maintains the quality of its predecessor then any true adventure game aficionado will want to check it out.
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