It has been challenging to find a mobile game genuinely worth talking about recently, but I believe I have found one. I have been obsessed with this game and completed lots of the levels within hours of downloading. If you love puzzle games, I am confident that you will also love this one. Here, I bring you Peek a Phone.
Snooping through a person’s phone and discovering their secrets seems to be a fun game concept. This time, it is done through short levels that you can get through in a short amount of time. Using your smarts and google, you can solve all the mysteries trapped within each person’s phone. Do know that you don’t have to actually email anyone because I thought that for a while, and it was just because I clicked the wrong button. Don’t be like me. Game available for Android and iOS (My friend told me about this game, and she has an iPhone, I just can’t find the link. Any help would be great).
One major thing about myself is that I love puzzle games. I don’t know whether I would consider myself good at them, but I do enjoy a good puzzle. Now, when I found a game that was a cop drama with puzzles attached, I was intrigued. The name of said game is “Tiny Room Stories: Town Mystery”. The story line of the game is that a detective going into a old town pretty much abandoned, and you need to figure out what happened. The puzzles start of easy but then get progressively harder. I personal don’t believe that the learning curve is that steep. The one thing that you do have to remember is that you can turn the scene 360 degrees. I would often get frustrated with the game because of that one fact: there is more that just what you see because of a particular perspective. I only played the first season because it was free. The game is still in development, so I’ll look into getting the rest of the game once it comes out.
The game is available to download on only on Android as far as I see. If you see differently, please let me know.
Unless you have been living under a rock, you are sure to have noticed the influx of games that revolve around complete puzzles in order to rebuild something, be it mansions or gardens. A new addition to this genre of gaming is Lost Island: Blast Adventure. I like this game because instead of a match three, is a … blow up blocks of a color. It’s the same premise, but different. From what I have seen in the game, there are lots of interesting characters and a mystery to unravel through the power of archeology. I would check it out if you can so you can have a seal. Have I told you that you get a seal friend?
You can get this game on Android and iOS.