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Tiny Rogue in Review – Fun Mobile Rogue-Like (But No Small Packages Jokes Here)

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With the somewhat rogue-like Devious Dungeon series under their belt, I was kind of surprised to see Ravenous Games release another rogue-like game.  However, Tiny Rogue is a decidedly different game than that other series, and so far I quite like it.  The game utilizes a more traditional top down perspective, and random everything makes it feel like a completely fresh experience every time.  The single screen layouts are also easier to navigate and much more manageable for an on the go experience.  For me this has been a great portable rogue-like experience.
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Devious Dungeon in Review: Random, Side Scrolling Fun

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Ravenous Games is probably best known for their League Of Evil series, which is definitely an entertaining collection of platform games.  Personally, though, I actually get more enjoyment from Devious Dungeon.  Sporting the same cool pixel graphics as most of their other offerings, Devious Dungeon is a side scrolling rogue-like that provides random level generation, loot collection and stat and weapon upgrades without all the hardcore stuff like needing to eat or weapons that get worn out and break.  It seems like the type of game that should get old after a while, yet every time I go back to play it I’m just as captivated as the time before.
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Gravity.Duck in Review – What Goes Up… Must Go Sideways

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Ravenous Games has a decent collection of retro-looking casual games piling up in their catalog, though I’d wager that they are best known for their League of Evil series.  Gravity.Duck is nothing like those games aside from the graphics style.  For some reason that bothered me at first, but it didn’t take long until I got completely hooked on this one.  In fact, I think I’ve played it more than both of the League Of Evil games combined.  Ravenous has one again nailed the art of the casual gaming experience, and I for one am happy to indulge. Continue reading…