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'Bombarika' Review - A Truly Bombastic Puzzle Experience

8 monthes ago   |   By Touch Arcade

The App Store and mobile gaming as a whole is no stranger to puzzle games. These games can range from the weird to the bizarre with many different variants falling under this genre. The touchscreen naturally works well for these types of games for a variety of reasons, but one major reason for this is that many puzzle games are not filled with a lot of on-screen clutter or virtual buttons and just require a tap or drag of the finger for input.
Because of the direct input from users and how they are more of a thinking-person's type of games with not a lot of clutter needed on-screen, the...
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