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Bidding For Love

Having played The Cinderella Contract , I was wary of playing Bidding for Love, as it’s another Arithmetic game. My criticisms of The Cinderella Contract centred on the rather noisy layout and a lack of focus, not to mention the hidden charges I didn’t find out about until I received my phone bill. However, Bidding for Love has a…

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Roman Dating

I won’t lie, I was really hoping Roman Dating was going to be set in ancient Rome and I was going to get the opportunity of chatting up my choice of centurion, gladiator, emperor or slave. Alas, it was not to be. Roman Dating is a far more contemporary title casting you as a guy…

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The Cinderella Contract

As my reviews of Long Live the Queen and don’t take it personally… suggest i am a massive fan of otome visual novel games, and recently I discovered a rather large number of them free to download for Android. Item the first: Arith-Metic’s The Cinderella Contract. Playing as ordinary girl Risa Minasaki (though you have…

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Android Mobile Review: Rotario

Back in the day before smartphones and tablets and actually-useful android devices, we at WASDuk would have to make our own fun on long public transport journeys, sitting delirious at the back of the bus in gin-sodden clothes and trying to touch people up.  Fortunately for everyone else involved, we rarely ever still do that..…

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iPad Review: Snip and Chu

I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but there are some subjects that have become strangely sacred.  Confessing an unpopular opinion, such as admitting you don’t like Ghostbusters or that Super Mario 3 was shite in a pub conversation can lead to one of two things, depending on what kind of pubs you’re going to and…

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Preview: Vertiginous Golf

There comes in time in every man’s life when he realises that he doesn’t have a single fucking clue what ‘vertiginous’ means. So, to spare you this same harsh revelation: ver·tig·i·nous [ver-tij-uh-nuhs] 1. Liable or threatening to cause vertigo: a vertiginous climb. 2. Apt to change quickly; unstable: a vertiginous economy. And that wasn’t just a…

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TheFreeBundle 11 Review

It’s that time again!  Since the release of TheFreeBundle 11, we at WASDuk have been eschewing the petty concerns of food and sleep in order to painstakingly review the five games from the latest haul.  With a mix of genres on offer, and an android-only game in the mix, TheFreeBundle 11 promises to beat out…

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iOS Review: Big Action Mega Fight (BAMF)

The popularity of iOS games is rising very quickly. A new set of action games, such as Undead Slayer and Injustice: Gods Among Us, have stream-lined their controls to fit both the capabilities and limitations of tablets and phones. However, when games add ground-breaking features to consume our free time, and the secrets become common…

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Undead Slayer

As I ride the line 2 subway in Seoul, South Korea I am curious what people are playing on their iPads. The majority of the people on the metro strike me as e-zombies, who gaze lifelessly into the devices in front of them while taping away at the screen. Most often, the games are either…

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Rust and Blood is the newest adventure/survival horror game from Owl Games.

Rust and Blood

It’s November, which means it’s getting pretty dark pretty early. So what else is there to do but play survival horror games in the dark, on your own? No? Just me then. This week I checked out Indie survival horror/adventure Rust and Blood. After being diagnosed with terminal cancer the protagonist sticks two fingers up…

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Perusing Pointless Platformers Pt I

Oh look it’s Sunday and given my choice between watching Sebastien Vettel winning another trophy shaped feather for his trophy cabinet shaped cap (oh look he did!) or even worse, watching another kind of sport I instead peruse the internet looking for fun, yet incredibly pointless, platform games that can take anything between five minutes…

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Released in 2012, Long Live the Queen was developed by Spiky Caterpillar and Hanako Games, published by the latter.

Long Live the Queen!

Long Live the Queen is a visual novel RPG where the player controls the destiny of a young princess about to become queen. Fourteen year old Elodie’s mother; the Queen of Nova has recently died forcing Elodie to return home in preparation for her own coronation. The objective of the game is to see Elodie…

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