Jun 062014

How To Train Your Dragon 2 is hitting theaters in North America really soon and Dragons: Rise of Berk is the mobile game that celebrates the release of this new movie. From Ludia, the developers of Jurassic Park Builder, in Dragons: Rise of Berk you can officially build your very own Berk Village from the franchise along with your favorite heroes like Hiccup, Astrid, Meatlug, Snotlout, Ruffnut & Tuffnut and many more characters from the HTTYD franchise.

Dragons Rise of Berk Review Screen

 Gameteep 5 stars rating
 Dragons Rise of Berk icon
 App Name: Dragons: Rise of Berk
 Seller: Ludia Inc. ‘How to Train Your Dragon 2’ © 2014 DreamWorks
 Release Date:
 May 21, 2014Apple iOS
 TBAAndroid OS
 Genre: Village Building
 Gameteep Rating: 5/5
 Platform: Apple iOSAndroid OS
Gamer Rating
VN:F [1.9.20_1166]
Overall Rating
Rating: 4.5/5 (16 votes cast)

Dragons: Rise of Berk Gameplay

Rise of Berk is a free-to-play village building game from Ludia, the creators of Jurassic Park Builder (another village building game) so you can expect to find similar but different gameplays throughout your journey on Berk.

You will spend most of your game building Berk and collecting amazing new dragons (at least 30 dragons are expected!) to help you collect resources to rebuild Berk. It is expected that a battle system will be put in place in the near future and that’s something to look forward to.

Like most of the village building games, you can expect to wait past building processes or searching processes when you are searching for dragons. You can find a list of dragons here.

Dragons: Rise of Berk Graphics

I must admit the graphics in Rise of Berk are rad. They have most of the details and coloring down for the dragons to make them look realistic and captivating. The environment of the game is mostly in 3D and is breathtaking for a village building game of its time.

Dragons: Rise of Berk Sounds

Wood-cutting, sea fishing, and the epic HTTYD soundtrack is what you’d hear in this game. Other than that you also get to listen to unique dragon roar for each dragon.

Dragons: Rise of Berk Round-up

I’m sure all How To Train Your Dragon fans have played multiple mobile games found in their local app store, and rarely do they live up to the franchise. The games are either overdeveloped like School of Dragons mobile where it lags or underdeveloped but Rise of Berk from Ludia is something else. It really captures the inspiration of the dragons from the franchise on a mobile game where you can collect them all.

However, some of the dragons do require purchases of runes to obtain because there is no consistent way of earning runes where you will be able to purchase all of the premium dragons for the game. Other than that you can obtain most of the dragons in the game from normal playthrough but like all Village Building games, it will take a while unless you feel like spending some credits on the game.

Bottom line: Best How To Train Your Dragon mobile game!

Dragons: Rise of Berk Gameplay Video

Overview of Rating

Review Rating
  • Good Graphics
  • Lots of Dragons to collect
  • It’s fun being able to see all the How To Train Your Dragon 2 characters
  •  None
  •  None
Apr 152014

It’s been a long while since we’ve found a notable game. With the recent flood of “Flappy” Bird games who really wants to scroll by the store looking for good game? Well luckily, Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff hits the local app stores and it’s absolutely free to play! The app is available for both Android and Apple iOS devices which means you can play on either devices.

Join Peter Griffin as he accidentally destroyed Quahog and now it is his task to rebuild and save the city along with your favorite Family Guy characters. Join them on their adventure and watch hilarious scripts from the writers of Family Guy right on your mobile devices.

Family Guy The Quest for Stuff Review Screen

 Gameteep 4.5 star rating
 Family Guy The Quest for Stuff icon
 App Name: Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff
 Seller: TinyCo, Inc. © 2014 TinyCo Inc.
 Release Date:
 Apr 04, 2014Apple iOS
 Apr 04, 2014Android OS
 Genre: Builder
 Gameteep Rating: 4.5/5
 Platform: Apple iOSAndroid OS
Gamer Rating
VN:F [1.9.20_1166]
Overall Rating
Rating: 3.6/5 (2 votes cast)

Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff Gameplay

FG: The Quest for Stuff is a city builder game that is focused on letting players re-build Quahog as Peter Griffin accidentally lites the city on fire. Many aspects of the game mimics The Simpsons: Tapped Out, which is also available on mobile devices but Quest for Stuff is rated 17 or older limiting access to players under 17.

A majority of the gameplay will be quests, building and unlocking cool familiar Family Guy characters into your game. You’ll also get to see some really hilarious scenes from your favorite Family Guy characters as they do funny animations for your game.

Like most builder games, you will see a lifetime of updates for the game bringing you brand new characters and content.

Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff Graphics

When in comparing Tapped Out with The Quest for Stuff, the graphics are definitely much better and feels like the actual cartoon in your hands and at your disposal. There are a ton of animations for each character and they’re crisp and sharp.

Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff Sounds

While my hopes for fully voiced scripts didn’t get realized in this game but for a mobile game it that’s just fine. You do get some voice overs but they are mostly repeated throughout the game as you do quests or other things in the game. Other than that most of the soundtracks and sounds fits perfectly for the game and you’ll have a blast with the funny scenes.

Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff Round-up

All in all, Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff is a hilariously funny game with a ton of enjoyable animation for any player that is rebuilding Quahog with Peter Griffin. I can say that the game has been fun with all the hilarious moments that the writers have scripted out for the game and most players will probably enjoy them as they begin the game.

You can expect that this game will probably have a very long life span with many new content/updates in the future along with lots of “premium” only items/characters so if you haven’t seen your favorite FG character then they’ll probably be added in the future. That being said you can also expect to having to throw some money at the game if you want to see any exclusive characters for your game.

Bottom line: One of the funniest game ever!

Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff Screenshots

Aug 192013
Disney Infinity: Action! Review

Disney Infinity: Action! is an lighthearted game from Walt Disney to celebrate the release of the action adventure version on gaming consoles. Join some of Disney’s favorite heroes and monsters like Sully from Monsters Inc. Captain Jack Sparrow from Pirates of the Caribbean and Mr. Incredible as they head on over to your device to do some filming. [Open page……]

Aug 162013
Animal Voyage: Island Adventure Review

Animal Voyage: Island Adventure is an animal rescue builder game from Pocket Gems available as an app for download on mobile devices.  Available in 9 languages worldwide, Animal Voyage  allows players to embark on a quest to rescue animals from danger and collect in their game. Join the adventure as players journey through islands saving [Open page……]

Aug 082013
The Drowning Review

The Drowning is a free-to-play first person shooter game available for mobile devices. It was released on August 1, 2013 for Apple devices from Mobage with DeNA Co., Ltd. The main theme of the game is based on a survival horror in a post-apocalyptic future. An eco-disaster in the world has turned everyone into soulless monsters [Open page……]

Aug 062013
My Muppets Show Review

Walt Disney has teamed up with Big Blue Bubble for a brand new musical title. From the creators of My Singing Monsters, comes My Muppets Show.  A game based on the popular franchise, The Muppets, a group of puppet characters known for their comedy has digitized into the world of mobile devices so you can create [Open page……]