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07 January 2015 @ 08:21 pm
What's on my iPad mini? ~ Games (1)  

All-time favorite games

Mimpi Free


My rating: - This is the first game I ever played on my iPad mini and I really loved everything about it. The controls are easy to use and some of the puzzles are very challenging, the colors and music are lovely, too. As you play, you start revealing the story behind the cute dog in search of his owner and that's one of the most fascinating things about the game, like if everything else wasn't enough. It took me a while to finish the game so you get to enjoy it a lot, so it's one of the few games with which you feel satisfied with how much played once you finish it, though of course I wish there was more. At last but not least, the whole game is available for free! Really, by far one of the best games in iOS.


Leo's Fortune $1.99


My rating: - Leo's Fortune is another great game which for me is similar to Mimpi because of its playing mode and the wonderful story, but what makes it different and amazing is the beautiful art behind each level. It's also a lot more challenging in some parts of the game and the only bad point I can find in it is that it was too short! When I finished it, I was left with the feeling of wanting to play more and more levels. I was able to buy it with a great discount, but even without it, Leo's Fortune is worth every cent spent on it.


Octodad: Dadliest Catch $4.99


My rating: - This is one of the most expensive games I've bought because I just couldn't put it in my wish list and have to wait for a discount. I had never heard about Octodad and when I found a video from this game I thought it looked like so much fun. It's a bit hard to use the controls but that's mostly the challenge you have to face through all the game. I really love how you can create a big mess in all places and pretty much interact with all things and characters on screen, there's no limit for what you can do. You can even earn achievements doing things which do not have anything to do with the goals they give you in each level. I also wish it had been longer though I don't consider it as short as some other games I've played. You also have two extra levels you can play and those are long on their own, too. The only reason why I don't give it five stars is because it didn't touch my heart as the two previous one in this list, but it's almost equally as amazing.


Lifeline... $0.99


My rating: - This is yet another incredible and unique game, and a whole different experience. You really feel like if you were talking with someone as you wait for the responses and, even though all you do is choose between two options each time and everything develops through words, it's a game you feel more real than any other: you just don't play the game, you're part of the game. I loved everything about it and I'd highly recommend it to everyone, especially if you like reading. The other two similar games available in iOS by the same developer are first in my wish list. You can check it out here.


Her Story $4.99


My rating: - This is the other most expensive game I've bought and I only did because I read very good reviews about it and my sister and I were looking forward to play it together. I won't say it's a purchase I regret but in some way I don't feel as satisfied with the game as many others have stated. It's indeed interesting and different, but the real puzzle around it comes when you have to put all the pieces together and make an effort to understand what's actually "her story". For me that I enjoy psychological topics, what I enjoyed the most about the game is make the interpretations required to understand that story. Other than that, it becomes pointless if you don't like this kind of stuff.


Does not Commute Free + In-app purchase


My rating: - I went crazy about this game when I first started playing it, though it really frustrated me at times. I like the playing mode and the stories you can read about the drivers, but at some point it just becomes beyond difficult to continue and reach the next levels. Despite this, I was able to reach the last level but I still don't get to know what happens when you finish the game (if you have, don't tell me please!). Still a great one overall.


The Quest Keeper Free


My rating: - This is another game I felt pretty satisfied with after finishing it. At first it takes you a while to have all the levels but once you start earning coins and buying the features that help you survive, it becomes rather easy to play. It also has cute and lovely characters and there are two playing modes which adjust to your needs depending of what kind of level you're facing. The developers did a great job thinking about the player in this one. Five stars well deserved.


Agent A: A puzzle in disguise $2.99


My rating: - I bought this game with a great discount and though I first had my doubts about it, I was glad to find out it was unique and absolutely amazing. I only wish the only chapter available right now was longer but even if I finished it in just a few hours, I enjoyed it a lot. It's supposed it'll have many more chapters and you only have to pay once to be able to play them all, so I hope they're just as fun and puzzling as the first one.


Burn It Down Free


My rating: - Burn It Down isn't exactly the best game out there, but one of my favorites because of its interesting and mysterious story and the playing mode which, even though I think could be better, was pretty enjoyable and better than the average.


Evoland $1.99


My rating: - Evoland is a fantastic game for all video games lovers out there since you enjoy the best of almost all platforms, old and new. As its name suggests, you go on an adventure through the evolution of video games' graphics and development, it's fun to see and remember how much things have changed. The only bad point I have to give it is that it was very short, too.


Staying Together Free + In-app purchase


My rating: - This is a game I never get tired of playing: all the levels are very challenging and wonderfully made. I personally feel very accomplished every time I get the couple to stay together. You can give it a go and get the first levels for free, but I warn you that it's most likely that you'll want to buy the extra levels as I did. Totally worth it.


Tiny Thief Free + In-app purchase


My rating: - A game all about puzzles and cute characters: I really liked to play the levels available for free but never got around to buy the extra ones. Each levels has its own difficulty and you've got to have a good eye to find the objects which are like extra quests. Enjoyable but for me not worth a purchase.


Chibi Me Free


My rating: - This is the best dress up game I've found in iOS and I used to use to decorate my journal and other stuff. It's fun to see all the content available to dress your character but some of these things have to be purchased in packs. I don't use it too much but it's still one of my favorites.




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Daughter of A Jedi: Elementary (New Sherlock New Watson)ladyofavalon77 on January 8th, 2016 05:45 am (UTC)
These look really cute :) I'll have to look into them :)
ericalaurie: pic#125730677ericalaurie on January 8th, 2016 07:35 pm (UTC)
I think my kids would love some of those.
Paola: Bird with Hearttsukisagi on January 24th, 2016 08:51 am (UTC)
I think they definitely would! I hope you found something for them that they like :)
Paola: =w=tsukisagi on January 24th, 2016 08:52 am (UTC)
Some of these are really cute! I hope you liked some when you looked into them :)
Sapphiresapphire_heart on April 7th, 2017 06:46 am (UTC)
You should download momi coloring, farmville: tropic ( you don't need facebook ),khux,criminal case, and word whizzle