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Review: Robot Unicorn Attack 2 is every bit ridiculous as it sounds

No longer are rainbows, sparkly dolphins, and synth-pop ballads limited to acid trips in your high school buddy's Astro Van.

Review: Wargame: European Escalation a challenging strategy game

Wargame: European Escalation is a technically accomplished and challenging strategy game that will definitely appeal to hardened strategy gamers.

Electricity turns body into actuator for mobile gaming

A research project on show at the Computer Human Interaction conference in Paris uses a small electrical current to give the sensation of force feedback while gaming.

Review: Magicka for iPad is a fun port of its PC counterpart

Broken into stages and the occasional challenge, Magicka is ridiculous, rowdy, and wickedly funny from time to time.

Review: Race a worldwide range of tracks with Grid

If you just want to put your foot to the floor and go all out for some high-speed racing action, then Grid is the game for you.

Review: Gravity Duck is cute, but deceptively difficult

If you’re interested in a clever and streamlined platformer on the iPhone, you could do a whole lot worse than Gravity Duck.

The Week in iOS Apps: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Yes, our favorite pizza-loving crime fighters make an appearance in this week's roundup. Plus: New offerings for social networking and dinner planning.

Android app hints at future Game Center-like feature

Apple's Game Center may be getting some competition. An Android-centric website uncovered a purported ‘Google Games’ feature after digging through the My Glass companion app for Google Glass.

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Review: Hundreds for iOS is a maddening challenge of a puzzler game

Do you enjoy exceptionally challenging puzzle games that don’t hold your hand and give you little pay off? Hundreds is right up your alley.

Review: Legend of Grimrock for Mac

The Legend of Grimrock may be a little old-fashioned, and the lack of a really engaging storyline is a bit disappointing. However, it’s a well-made game that really offers a tough and satisfying challenge for people who can remember playing Dungeons and Dragons on graph paper on rainy Sunday afternoons

Review: Year Walk is a scary good adventure for iOS

Monsters, ghosts, murder, and a snow-covered forest are but some of the elements of this beautiful—and challenging—title for your iPad and iPhone.