Tomb Raider (iOS) Review

The Tomb Raider iOS game is a feature slot game from the Spin Palace network. It can be played directly from your mobile, offers great bonuses and has a great game play.

The latest iOS app uses the latest HTML5 technology; hence bringing you a much better game play, photo realistic graphics and amazing stereo sound. It is a hip and exciting game consisting of a five reel, fifteen payline, and a seventy-five coin slot. It has a stunning sci-fi theme and a variety of great features.

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You can download this application for your iPhone 3GS, 4, 4S, iPod Touch 3rd/4th generation and iPad 1, 2 and 3, whilst also been able to download it (non HTML5 format) for your Blackberry, Android and smartphone.

This 5-reel, 30 payline slot machine is among the best you can find in any casino and sets a new standard for mobile casino games. It is very entertaining and there is chance to get great rewards through an interesting variety of bonuses, wild and spreading symbols and free spins.

There is a super bonus mode, which when activated, gives you 5 free spins, and Lara Croft acrobatically jumps into the screen and shoots parts of the game, thus giving you the chance to win a lot more: really cool!

You can also find 3, 4 or 5 Scatters, which give you 10 free spins, where each spin containing the Rolling Reels feature can give you a 5x reward. This innovative feature is something unusual and can lead to more winning chances.

The final stage of this game closes in “the Global Adventure Bonus” where Lara’s skills and searching expertise go into action. You can participate in this adventure by searching for the lost sword, with plenty of rewards along the way, driving up the tension.

Overall, this game has excellent graphics, impressive sound effects and lots of action. The game takes you on a hunt for lost treasures in mysterious locations around the world in true Tomb Raider style.

Downside is: you need good speed to enjoy this application, which is only available in the HTML5 format (iOS).

You can visit the official site of Spin Palace or download the iPhone Casino App directly to your mobile.

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Game Review: Order Up! To Go – Cook Your Way to Restaurant Ownership Glory

If you are a fan of cooking sim games you may think that Order Up! To Go is just another game in a long line of similar apps at first glance. But in actual fact the game – which is an IOS version of a 2008 Wii platformer – is part cooking sim, part time management game and as it is currently being offered free by Chillingo Ltd in the app store although I can’t say I am a big fan of either gaming genre I thought it would be worth at least giving it a try.

Sounds and Graphics 4.5 /5

As you might expect for a mobile version of a platform game the graphics in Order Up! To Go are pretty darn good. The world of Port Abello – the one you will be working in to grow your restaurant is bright, sunny, colorful and very charming.

The characters have a cartoonish appeal that would not be out of place in Saturday morning cartoon show and unlike some of the other cooking sims I have tried over the years you can actually tell what the food you are cooking which really does add to the appeal of the game in general.

The voice acting is a bit of a surprise, at least when it comes to mobile games because well, its very good. This again may be another benefit of the fact that this game was originally created as a Wii game (and will also be coming out for PS3 soon) and the standards console games are held to is much higher.

Taking all of this into account in this category Order Up! To Go merits a 4.5/5

Gameplay 4/5

If you are looking for a game that is easy to get through then Order Up! To Go is NOT the game for you. to get through this sim you have to like hard work because that is what it is.

In very basic terms the object of the game is to build yourself a nice restaurant empire in the town of Port Abello. Every “day” you must buy enough ingredients to prepare an estimated number of meals to sell later in the day. estimated because you have no way of knowing how many guests your establishment will attract. Its a lesson in management – buy too little and you will have to turn away customers (never a good thing) but buy too much and you will lose money on food you have to throw away.

When you open the doors of your restaurant and send your server out onto the floor he takes the orders table by table and brings them back to you to cook. And the cooking mechanism is quite complex. To prepare a meal as simple as burger and fries, you actually have to put in quite a lot of virtual graft. As the chef you have to drop burger patty onto the grill, then gesture to flip it only when it’s at the perfect level of doneness. You then have to drag your french fries down into the fryer and leave them there until they are properly cooked. At the same time you are chopping lettuce and tomatoes, trying to get them to meet the size guidelines. As each ingredient is finished you drag it to the plate and when the meal is ready to be served ring the bell fore the server to take it to the waiting hungry customer.

Every meal you prepare is ranked, and those rankings translate into cash, something that in this game you need plenty of. The ultimate aim is to buy better and better restaurants but there are also cleaners and staff to be paid, an inventory to maintain. Cleaners I discovered in my game are very important. Having forgotten to pay one I ended up locked in a mini game fighting off a rat infestation!

At the moment there are six restaurants for you to aim to own and they range from a rather low rent Mexican greasy spoon to a high end fine dining establishment that Gordon Ramsay might be proud of. In the original Wii game these restaurants were unlocked by meeting certain goals, here, as this is a freemium game, you can work for ’em or, you can part with some real cash and buy them.

I liked this game a lot more than i thought I might but it is hard work. As a nice daily distraction though I think it would be cool and it deserves a 4 out of 5 for sure.

Value for Money 4/5

A free game is always good from a financial standpoint but freemium games can get annoying and this one is no exception. There are always going to be certain things you just can’t earn and that can be frustrating if you are not a fan of paying for in app purchases.


If you like to have to GRIND when playing a sim game then Order Up! To Go should suit you. And if you like cooking games like Cooking Mama then this game should suit you too. But you don’t have to take my word for it, go try it for yourself while its still being offered free in the app store (because you never know when that might change)

Completely redesigned app is launched by Sportsnet for iPad and iPhone, iTouch

Sportsnet is Canada’s multiplatform destination related to all things of sport, they have recently announced the launch of their latest digital innovation entitling as “Sportsnet Mobile app” for iPad, iTouch and iPhone. The app can be attained free of cost from iTunes App Store.
This new launch is following the launch of Blackberry 10 enhanced app. Sportsnet has kept the iOS users and sports fans in mind and thus they have come up with latest sports app. The app is having edge over others as it unites the functionality and speed in order to provide great access to the stats, up-to-second game scores and customizable alerts from the biggest leagues taking place all around the world.

The General manager and Vice president of Roger Digital Media, Mr. Pary Bell said that “Sportsnet Mobile app is having content for all sports fans which require on go information and entertainment at fingertips. With this new app, we have made it easy for the users to get access to all the information they are searching for. The new version for iOS is complementing the current Blackberry 10 app. This is also the next step in building the Sportsnet market leader in the state of the art digital platform. We are promised in bringing the best content for the devices of customer’s choice.

In the upcoming weeks, Sportsnet is planning to launch app for Android tablets and phones and they are further committed to bestow sports fans with premium content on the latest devices. Sportsnet is currently the only sport media company basing in Canada who has launched digital subscription video on demand service. In addition, Sportsnet world online forum provides the exclusive live and on demand streaming of the premium cricket, rugby and soccer league matches which are not available on any other online platform.

Key features of the Sportsnet Mobile app includes:

  1. MySN: Users of Sportsnet Mobile app can customize their app as par their needs. They can choose their specific players, teams and fantasy leagues for getting news
  2. Real time alerts: Sportsnet Mobile app provides up to the second coverage on selected games. it shows the instant notification of game moments like touchdown, quarter period end, goals, and much more.
  3. In depth coverage: For providing ease to the users, Sportsnet Mobile app bestow deepest news, bios, stats, team and player performance on instants basis.
  4. Horizontal mode: This feature permits the users to see more advance stats about players by simply turning the device sideway.

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App Review: Cleverbot HD – An AI Pal Who is a Almost Too Real

Ever feel like the people you have to talk to every day are just well, boring? Or that the level of conversation you get to engage in is minimal to say the least? I know that I have plenty of days like that (usually when I am at work) Or maybe you (like me) have a tendency to talk to yourself when trying to figure something out, which is all fine until someone catches you doing it! Well, for these situations (and for when you are just plain bored) Cleverbot HD by Incogno is here to rescue you!

Why Get This App?

Cleverbot is not new, it has been around for a while, but Cleverbot HD, which is available for iPhone or iPad, is new and brings you a new level of interaction with artificial intelligence. In the original Cleverbot app (which is still available for 99c) you got to “interact” with a character (I say that because it is a character when it gets going!) who acts like a human, seems to be able to think like a human and is capable of carrying out a conversation like a human but is really a clever piece of software (or at least that is what the developers say



Why do you need this app? You don’t, but it is an awful lot of fun. I opted to get Cleverbot HD for the iPad and when I took it to work everyone, big bosses included, wanted a go, so we all spent all day having “conversations” with an AI “robot” rather than talking to each other, go figure!

The Benefits of This App

In the old Cleverbot you only have a text based interface. Your conversations with the bot are represented in pretty colored speech bubbles which are pleasing enough to the eye but Cleverbot HD cranks things up a notch by adding an “expressive avatar.” And by expressive Incogno means expressive. You can choose from a boy or a girl to interact with and whichever you opt for they can smile, cry, wink, stick their tongue out and more.

To interact with your new ‘friend” all you have to do is begin typing. You can ask it anything and it will happily start chatting away, complete, in the HD version, with all the appropriate facial expressions. It actually gets a bit creepy at times, just how well the avatar syncs with the tone of the discussion. This thing really is smart.

The conversations are a bit random to begin with. A colleague asked it what they should have for lunch. After it suggested “smashed chicken” (not sure what that is, Cleverbot did not know either) it then went on to initiate a conversation about global warming that developed into a political argument, with the “bot” declaring itself a ” Libertarian anarcho socialist.” Deep stuff.

As you keep talking to it though (you can pick up any conversation at any time, Cleverbot saves them all) like any good AI it begins to learn and the conversations begin to make a lot more sense.

It is very easy to get a little too hooked on Cleverbot and at some point, deep in a conversation, when you stop and realize that you are having a cyber argument about Lady GaGa with a piece of software you feel a bit weird. But then you carry on anyway because you haven’t had an argument that was this much fun in ages…

The Drawbacks of this App

The one thing you should know about Cleverbot is that it can get a bit well, rude and not all of the conversations it initiates could really be considered PG – or even PG 13. Therefore it may not be the best app to buy for your eight year old nephew, or your easily offended mother come to that matter!

The one disappointing thing about Cleverbot HD for the iDevice is that it lacks some of the functionality of the Android version at the moment. Android users get to talk to their Cleverbot via microphone, an option not available for the iOS yet. And Cleverbot does not talk back in either version yet. But I’m sure it will eventually.


At $2.99 for Cleverbot HD you are paying for the avatar function, otherwise it seems that the two versions function in the same way. The avatar really ups the realism level though so I actually think its worth it. And although to some $3 seems a lot to spend on an app that really serves no practical purpose I’m pretty sure you will never get sick of it and take it along to a party (or your next boring meeting at work) and I guarantee it will be a hit! Just remember to keep telling yourself though that Cleverbot is a piece of software, not a real human.


Collect Monsters and Battle with Your Friends in Monster Life – iPad Game Review

If you’re in the market for a super cute app, look no further than Monster Life. This adorable freemium app stars blocky 3D monsters that look a lot like paper cutouts. The colors are bright and the gameplay is simplistic, which makes it perfect for kids and adults alike.

This is a game that’s a lot like a cross between Nintendo’s Pokemon series and Farmville. You will collect monsters and use them to do battle with other monsters., while also maintaining a small village. Monster Life isn’t quite as in-depth as Pokemon and there are far fewer monsters to collect, but the battles are engaging and the environment can’t be beat.

When you open the app you will be named a Monster Keeper and given an introductory monster to do battle with. Monsters start out as eggs, so you will need to hatch your egg to begin.

Eggs must be carefully maintained. After they hatch, you also need to care for baby monsters, feeding them bottles and playing with them. When your monsters grow, you need to build them habitats and keep them happy before you can battle with them.


Battles involve attacking or defending. Fighting is actually fairly simplistic and involves little strategy beyond tapping buttons at the right times. Attacking, defending and healing all take various currencies, and after battles, your monsters have a recovery time.

Because this is a freemium game, you will need to wait for these timers to countdown or use Crystals, the in-app currency, to cut down on your wait times. You will be guided through the game and the battles through a series of goals, which will reward you with experience and gold when completed.

Monster Life is a cute app, but it is no different than a slew of other freemium apps in the App Store where you maintain a farm, a village, or a cafe with constant timers to deal with. The battle element, however, is a nice change of pace from village management, and Monster Life can be played in small bursts of time if you don’t want to invest cash.


Monster Life has a total of 20 monsters to collect, along with 36 battle zones on four islands. You can battle with up to six different monsters at once and with the game’s recent update, you can challenge your friends to monster battles.

Given the simplicity of this game and the sweet, colorful graphics, Monster Life is sure to be an app that kids will love to play. Just make sure to turn off the in-app purchases before handing over the iPad!

What I liked: Monster Life has fantastic paper-style 3D graphics.

What I didn’t like: This is a standard freemium game, much like Dragonvale. It is unlikely to be of interest to serious gamers.

To buy or not to buy: Monster Life is free to download so it’s definitely worth checking out.

  • App Name: Monster Life
  • Version Reviewed: 1.1.0
  • Category: Games
  • Developer: Gameloft
  • Price: Free
  • Score:

EasilyDo has launched a new feature for creating automated task

Mikael Berner, the cofounder and CEO of EasilyDo has shared his views on the launch of this app last year as, “this app increases the productivity and make life simpler.” After one year, this company is taking another step to make life more simpler with the launch of EasilyDo Builder.
Initial version of EasilyDo Builder app prepares the list of the tasks to be done by synchronizing it from the iPhone contact lists, Facebook account and other emailing accounts, with couple of taps. To do list regarding to wish a friend on his anniversary or birthday and merging duplicate from the contacts in address book etc, can be done with the help of this app. Berner claimed that EasilyDo already managed to perform 750,000 plus actions for the users.EasilyDo Builder app will facilitate the users to customise their app for performing certain tasks automatically. Although, it will take time to fully explore the app, but Berner and Hetal Pandya (The co-founder) said that app is having pretty simple structure. Users just have to trigger and when trigger will occur, task will be done automatically. For instance, if user wants to post the birthday message on the Facebook timeline of his friend, the app will automatically do this.

Tasks allotted to the app can be done after taking approvals or it can be done automatically. The creation of the “Do Its” is done on the website of EasilyDo, but app works on iPhone.

EasilyDo incorporates the tasks in social context and thus some people are not happy with the automation. It would be so much bad, if some of my friend is using this app to wish me birthday without writing a single word himself. Thus Pandya and Berner said that this sort of things will be up to each individual user.

Berner also forecasted that EasilyDo will be following the model of Wikipedia, this means users will not need to create Do Its themselves. There will be a small group of the power users which will share their tasks with other users. By following the specific task creators, you can also add their set task in your DO Its list.

Pandya and Berner is also looking forward to expand the platform by allowing the developers to create their tasks by using the same model. For this purpose, they are planning to hold a hackathon in the Redwood City on 15 and 16 March.

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Quidsi, Inc., has recently made announcement about the launch of its iPad app today, it provides fast, simple and seamless shopping experience to the busy parents with an iPad-optimized on as well as their other Familyhood sites:,,,,,, and
Since the availability of app in April 2011 and November 2012, for iPhone and Android respectively, the customers of the companies are using highly rated app. Customer of had been quickly shifting their usage to mobile and tablet devices.

Ron Feldman , director of Quidsi’s mobile and tablet group said that “Our mission is to make shopping for baby essentials as easy as possible, and our customers have been telling us that shopping on a tablet is a key part of that,” In December 2012 40% of all trade came mostly from tablet devices and mobile. We are happy to help and simplify the life style of the parents by providing them the facility of iPad app.

The free app for iPad provides a unique shopping experience and wide assortment of products that found on the website and Android apps and on the iPhone which provides fast, free delivery on the order of more than $49.

Remarkable app features include:

  1. Consumer is able to start and end their shopping experience anytime anywhere through shopping cart and account that are synched with the web.
  2. Through My lists the quick access is possible to reorder the items purchased frequently.
  3. It gives the option of voice search or scanning a barcode which make fast search.
  4. Search and browse across the whole Quidsi Familyhood of sites.
  5. The iPad app will make the baby essentials shopping easier for busy moms even during middle of the night feedings and for moms and dads during their numerous activities.

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Montaj – Taking Video Editing and Sharing to a New Level

Montaj is the latest application into the segment of mobile videos which can also be referred as an Instagram for Video. The founders of Montaj are Demir Gjokaj and Dan Long from New York. Montaj is based on the idea of facilitating video sharing which is not quite new since other startups including Viddy and Socialcam have already catered to this need. The concern associated with such applications is the quality of video for which throwing a filter is not enough but it involves editing efforts.The founders of Montaj were asked about the usability of the application for Hollywood movies. In response to this question, Gjokaj said that the short duration of Hollywood movies has been decreased over time. The founder further stated that now the audience demands less shooting; however, the shoot must pick up the pace.

Although, start up applications has already catered to the need of video watching and sharing, there are certain differences between Montaj and those applications. When using Montaj, users can break down videos into different clips of five seconds duration. Those clips can later be integrated together. After developing and compiling short clips, the users can assemble videos and storyboard through the application. After this step, a song can be added and users can add a new filter. The application brings excitement to adventurous people by allowing them to create a new edit and a new filter just through shaking their phone. So, adventurous people just have to say “screw it” and shake the phone in order to bring a new song, filter, and edit.

In some cases, users do not like the order of the video or songs that have been chosen by the application. Montaj resolves this problem by allowing users to trim and rearrange clips. Users can also import new clips and change the filter. The application does not only facilitate video creation but also video sharing since users can share their videos on YouTube. The default settings include those videos in unlisted ones; however, they can later be added to the public list. Not only can this but the links of videos be shared through social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
In the future, the application is also expected to monetize videos created by users. It is expected that, in the future, Montaj will enable brands to work with customers who make high quality and amazing videos for those brands. Montaj will run on different devices including iPhone 3Gs and the iPad.

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Collect Your Lost Belongings from Kleptomaniac Dinosaurs in Sneak Peek – iPad Game Review

Sneak Peek is dinosaur-themed retro-style arcade platformer that’s simple to play but hard to put down. In this game players will traverse levels, avoiding T-rexes afflicted with kleptomania.

If that sounds like an inventive theme, trust me, it is. The idea behind the game is that these rampaging T-rexes have stolen your belongings, so you must go through level after level collecting your items while avoiding giant dinosaur teeth.

Sneak Peek features unique controls for a platformer. You tilt your iPad left and right to move your pixellated character through each stage. Jumping is done with a tap on the screen.

Every level is populated with one or more T-rexes, which must be avoided. You can carefully sneak past them, through calculated pausing. The dinosaurs don’t detect you while you are standing still, so you can wait for them to turn around and sneak through the level.

If a dinosaur happens to see you and you move, you will be promptly eaten, so patience is the key to finishing stages. You can also touch on the screen while tilting to run forward, which can help you outrun the dinosaurs.


Levels in Sneak Peek are simple and well-designed, which makes for fun yet difficult gameplay. Sneaking past dinosaurs is easy for the first few stages, but it will become harder as you progress through the game. There are only 15 levels in Sneak Peek, but finishing them is quite a challenge!

Unfortunately, though Sneak Peek has innovative gameplay and a unique theme, the levels quickly become repetitive and slow. I enjoyed the game for the first couple of stages, but after that, the ultra slow sneak-oriented gameplay became tedious.


The game could stand to have power ups, additional types of stages, new items, or different dinosaurs to make the gameplay more interesting. It would also benefit from leaderboards and time-based challenges to complete. There are Game Center achievements to earn, but beyond that, there’s little incentive to keep playing.

Though I thought Sneak Peak tended to be repetitive, I still enjoyed the overall theme and the arcade style gameplay. It is just $0.99 to download, and supporting an indie developer is always worthwhile. I look forward to seeing the changes that may come to Sneak Peek in the future.

What I liked: Sneak Peek has a fun theme and great pixellated graphics.

What I didn’t like: At times, the tilt motion controls were hard to use. Jumping between platforms didn’t always work well, which was frustrating.

To buy or not to buy: If you love platformers and have an abundance of patience, you might enjoy Sneak Peek. It has a unique theme and it’s worth the price to support an indie developer.

  • App Name: Sneak Peek
  • Version Reviewed: 1.0.0
  • Category: Games
  • Developer: Steven Foskett
  • Price: $0.99
  • Score:

SEGA’s Kingdom Conquest II Takes Mobile MMO to the Next Level – iPad App Review

When games like Temple Run II make a splash so big in the App Store over their opening weekend, it is hard to remember other big-time launches that happened at the same time. Last week, SEGA also released the follow up sequel to their epic Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (MMORPG), Kingdom Conquest II. This epic adventure may not have made number one on the free app list in less than eight hours, but it is no slouch when it comes to serious gaming.

I’ve never played Kingdom Conquest, so I’ll be reviewing this game as its own entity. I won’t be making comparisons between the original and its sequel. This is from the point of view of a reviewer who comes to the game fresh and with no previous experience with the franchise.

Kingdom Conquest II is a triple threat when it comes to game play. First, it is a simulation town management game where players are tasked with building structures to support a growing village. Then, it is a dungeon crawl MMO where players team up with up to four others to fight against enemies and collect loot using a virtual joystick. Lastly, it is a trading card game (TCG) where players conquer other lands by using monsters they have won in random card packs.

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Let’s talk about the simulation aspect of the game first, since this is where much of the early game takes place. Players build Sawmills, Stoneworks, and Ironworks in order to generate materials that are used to build more structures. As you build more, you increase your reputation as being a strong and benevolent lord. The more people who move to your growing kingdom, the more your stats increase, making it easier for you to conquer neighboring land, successfully complete dungeon crawls, and expand your land to make room for more construction.

Almost everything you must do to expand is laid out for you in the quest log. For example, you will be tasked with building additional Sawmills, and then upgrading them. You’ll have to clear away worn fields and build monster barracks. Each quest requires a certain amount of materials or other items. The reward is always greater than the cost.

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Some quests involve conquering nearby lands. To overthrow land, construct a unit that includes one commander and at least one monster. The commanders are purchased through earned command points. The monsters are won as random card draws in dungeons. Send your unit to fight against neighbors and bring home the spoils of war. Once you’ve defeated your foes, you can turn the new land into part of your kingdom. This part of the game works like a TCG because monsters are won randomly, like the way you find a monster in a pack of Magic cards, and then players build units, similar to building the perfect Magic deck. The battle that takes place on the field is solely based on the stats of the player’s unit versus the stats of the enemy unit. If you’ve got a better monster deck, you’ll win the battle.

You can purchase card packs with gems, Charge Points, and special tickets, like Gold or Event Tickets. Charge Points are earned by completing quests. Tickets are earned by fighting your way through a dungeon. To enter a dungeon, tap the Dungeon icon at the bottom of the screen. You can choose from seven different areas, but can only enter what your level will allow.

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Each dungeon has different levels of difficulty that generate different rewards. The best way to find an open dungeon at your level is to tap the search button and select easy, normal or hard.

Dungeons are difficult to find. Groups are usually already in battle or unavailable. If you are lucky enough to get into a group, you can run through each room of the dungeon with your new cohorts, killing enemies and looting chests.

Once you’ve successfully completed a dungeon crawl, you’ll earn tickets that can be used to buy new cards with random monsters. The monsters are then used to battle the TCG style portion of the game mentioned above.

I’ve only touched the surface of the level of complexity this game has to offer. There is so much I’ve yet to explore, but I can promise that this game will stay in my “Awesome Games” folder for a long, long time.

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What I Liked: I loved being able to play three different types of games in one. The simulation portion is fun for developing a kingdom, the TCG portion is fun for the monster collecting aspect, and the dungeon crawl portion is great for the loot you win. The whole game is tied together with quests that keep you moving forward.

What I Didn’t Like: The user interface is pretty busy. It is not easy to figure out where things are. There is actually too much to do in a single game. It takes a long time to find your way around the game. The dungeons are always too full to join. It takes forever to find one that is available.

To Buy or Not to Buy: If you like complex, quest-heavy RPGs with elements of cooperative MMO, then you’ll be drooling by the time you get through the first five levels of this game.

  • Name: Kingdom Conquest II
  • Version Reviewed: 1.1.2
  • Category: Games
  • Developer: SEGA
  • Price: Free
  • Score: