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Past articles by Keith:

Punch Club Review

Punch Club review – Tapping into all those '80s cliches → Read More

Best Mobile FPS Games

We've got ten prime mobile FPS picks here for you to set your sights on. → Read More

Dead Trigger 2

Developer: Madfinger GamesPlatform: Android and iOS Never mind alien invasions and Big Daddies – if there’s one sure fire thing that’ll make us reach for our gun, it’s a zombie or two. Madfinger’s Dead Trigger series charges you with ridding the world of burst after burst of the undead, with – in this second release – the addition of a hardy band of survivors, eager to fight the infection that’s… → Read More

Halo: Spartan Strike Review

Halo: Spartan Strike review - The best twin-stick shooter you'll come across on mobile → Read More

Lost Within Review

Lost Within review - An expansive mobile adventure that wouldn't feel out of place on console → Read More

The Westport Independent Review

The Westport Independent review – Feel the power of propaganda → Read More

The Trace Review

The Trace: Murder Mystery Game review - A captivating take on the world of the lone detective → Read More

Shadowmatic Review

Shadowmatic review - A slick puzzler with a haunting soundtrack → Read More

Score! Hero Review

Score! Hero review - Portraying the peaks and troughs of a footballer's career → Read More

Particle Mace Review

Particle Mace review - Wonderfully hectic to its very core → Read More

Mister Smith & His Adventures Review

Mister Smith & His Adventures review - We've only got one complain. We want more → Read More

Lumino City Review

Lumino City review – A stunning papercraft point-and-tap adventure → Read More

The Executive Review

Verdict Utterly manic and delivered by developers who were thinking entirely out of the box, The Executive’s fast-paced battles may not be the deepest encounters you ever come across, but the economy that sits behind it adds some weight to the package overall, which serves as the perfect blast of barmy action for those looking for a quick mobile fix. → Read More

Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise Review

Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise review – Excellent in every way → Read More

Tales from Deep Space Review

Tales from Deep Space review - Offering a level of quality that very few mobile games can → Read More

Prune Review | Trusted Reviews

Prune review - Simple in delivery, delicate in design → Read More

PewDiePie: Legend of the Brofist Review

PewDiePie: Legend of the Brofist review - It doesn't matter if you like PewDiePie, this is awesome → Read More

HoPiKo Review

HoPiKo review - Utterly old school in all the right ways → Read More

Always Sometimes Monsters Review

Always Sometimes Monsters review - Make your choices and make them count → Read More

Does Not Commute Review

Does Not Commute review - A tight, tense and hilarious destruction derby → Read More