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27
Aug
2013

Simon the Sorcerer Now Available for Android – Includes my Enhanced Music

Simon the Sorcerer on Android
The classic point and click adventure game Simon the Sorcerer is already available for users of iOS, however a new Android version has just appeared featuring my version of the soundtrack as part of my ScummVM Music Enhancement Project.

In the last 20 years, the ‘Simon the Sorcerer’ game series has made millions of players fall in love with Simon. Now you can relive the renowned original adventure in a whole new way, exclusively on Android!
Simon the Sorcerer – Google Play

12
Dec
2012

Transformers Fall of Cybertron Impressions – Sadly Short & Lacking Transformation

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I can’t believe that in just half a day, I have managed to complete Transformers Fall of Cybertron on the Xbox 360. Although there are many enjoyable elements and improvements over the original title, the sequel falls short of providing some of the essential ingredients – with one area in particular causing much concern and disappointment.

29
Jun
2012

Broken Sword: Director’s Cut Now Available on Google Play (Android) [VIDEO]


Revolution Software have announced that Broken Sword Shadow of the Templars: Director’s Cut is now available on Google Play.

11
Apr
2012

Sheep Dog! Review for Android – Countryside Puzzler with a Trusty Dog and Silly Sheep


Ahh the wonderful bliss of the countryside, as a man whistles to his faithful friend offering instructions to carefully and strategically herd sheep into an enclosure. Many of us will have admired this activity on the BBC programme ‘One Man and his Dog’ and now what’s this you say, there is a game where you can enjoy the same sort of exploits all from the comfort of your mobile phone?

17
Feb
2012

App Creation #40 – Game Inspiration – Midnight Pool


When sat in your local tavern, your eyes often wander over to a pool table – tempting you with its green cloth, shiny balls and blue chalk. Venturing over, you are often disappointed by the rows of money indicating people reserving the next game or the glistening sticky cues with other individuals’ residual sweat in residence. Lovely!

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