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Mobile Game Reviews: Let's Talk Only One

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NimbleThor

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In this daily blog (and video)-series I take a first impressions look at the best mobile games that I come by. Be sure to share your favorite mobile game with the rest of us in the comments below!

8-bit styled indie RPG where the goal is to survive as many waves of increasingly difficult enemies as you can while running around on a tiny pillar, collecting points and killing enemies to upgrade your character.

Controls are simple and work really well, and while really challenging ,the game is a lot of fun!

Monetization happens through rarely-appearing 5-seconds skippable video ads, which I didn't like, but any in-app purchase removes all ads and unlocks the full game ($3).  

My thoughts on Only One:


Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rebelbinary.onlyone&hl=en
iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/only-one/id681646403?mt=8

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