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Toca Mini review: Kids can make cute digital people

The latest from Toca Boca lets kids create digital characters on the iPad or iPhone.

Oculus Rift headset: Alternately thrilling and nauseating

Prepare for a disorienting virtual-reality future by seeing how our staff reacts to the Oculus Rift headset.

Sharpen your Austen powers with Stride & Prejudice

You'll find this endless runner game based on Jane Austen's book to be a pretty clever mobile app if you have either sense or sensibility.

Kami review: Origami puzzle game soothes the iOS gamer

Kami is a beautiful-looking casual game with challenging puzzles.

App Invasion: Halloween Games

These 8 free mobile games are coming for your braaaaains.

The Cave review: Old-school adventure brings wit and charm to iOS

If you look back fondly to a time when games like Monkey Island and The Dig were popular, The Cave is for you.

Myst studio Cyan announces first substantial gaming project in nearly a decade

It’s been a long wait for Myst fans, but developer Cyan launched a Kickstarter Thursday for Obduction -- the company's new sci-fi adventure game that will be heavy on exploration.

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Infinity Blade III review: The best yet in the series despite the dated feel on iOS

The basic game mechanics are starting to feel dated, but Infinity Blade III looks brilliant and is still a lot of fun.

Pivvot review: A fun test of spatial awareness and reflexes

In Pivvot, the player controls a ball tethered to a winding track by tapping the sides of the screen, maneuvering around various obstacles that could shatter the ball.

Trine 2 review: Mac game offers gorgeous adventure, brain-twisting puzzles

Trine 2’s built on familiar gaming ideas, but executes nearly every aspect flawlessly.

Gone Home review: Mac game is full of surprises—in all the best ways

What Gone Home lacks in graphical wizardry, it makes up for with atmospheric sound and lighting, and meticulous attention to detail.

SimCity review: Gather your friends, because you're going to need them

SimCity's dependence on multiplayer and an Internet connection are drastic changes to the game that may dissuade long-time fans.