It's easy to get into a rut of mobile game-playing, trying over and over again to raise your score in Crossy Road or conquer the world in Clash of Clans. But there's a whole world of great games out there waiting for your to try, some of them decidedly under the radar. It's time to load up your smartphone or tablet and get ready for some better gaming.
Hell. Yes. Here's a first-person dungeon crawler that feels like it's been yanked right out of a golden era of PC gaming, that nostalgia-inducing epoch when Myst and Doom filled the shelves at your local Best Buy. In 7 Mages you take control of a rag-tag legion of seven adventurers (although you start the game with only one mage) hurling headlong into epic battles and traversing gigantic maps that often feel like frustrating labyrinths. Beyond the gameplay itself, there are many reasons you could fall in love with 7 Mages—the detailed in-game art, the enthralling S&S lore, the beautifully paired music and scenery. This is one RPG you shouldn't let yourself miss.
DIRAC is one of those delightful games with a surprisingly simple premise. In this dark, atomic-themed line-drawing puzzle, you're tasked with quickly destroying the colored particles pulsating out of a central atom. Connect 'em with lines and they disappear. The conceit is that you can only connect the ever-moving particles of one color. Mess up and, say, let a blue particle wander into your red line, and that line breaks. DIRAC requires quick thinking and a quicker finger.
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