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Asphalt 4: Elite Racing Review

Review Gameloft By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 9 months ago
Asphalt 4: Elite Racing Review

Gameloft have consistently put out a high level of effort into their iPhone applications, but Asphalt 4: Elite Racing takes the cake. With console-like production values and license deals from car manufacturers, it's every bit the game that should appeal to a mainstream gaming crowd and even its flaws will be forgiven when you realize you're playing this game on your iPhone. As you'd expect, the controls have been well designed for this arcade-style racer, giving you the option of tap…

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Sonic the Hedgehog Review

Review SEGA By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 9 months ago
Sonic the Hedgehog Review

Just about every mobile device has had an incarnation of this popular classic console game and there's no reason that SEGA shouldn't have brought it to the iPhone too. Iconic in its design and gameplay, the iPhone version of Sonic the Hedgehog 1 plays just as flawlessly as the Mega Drive version it's taken from. A digital d-pad is used to run, spin and jump Sonic around each of the levels and the response has to be played to be believed. A major flaw for almost every mobile port has b…

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Dragon Dollars Slots Review

Review 616 Digital LLC By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 9 months ago
Dragon Dollars Slots Review

Dragon Dollars Slots by Pokie Magic is yet another entry in to the slot machine game category, bringing an Asian theme to slot fans. What makes this game stand out is the inclusion of two feature modes which will keep your busy as the reels keep spinning. Dragon Dollars uses a standard press and play setup, with bets ranging between $1-200 and all the features (barring a pay out) of a regular slot machine. The only other time you'll need to touch to play is during the roulette double…

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Totem Treasure Slots Review

Review 616 Digital LLC By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 9 months ago
Totem Treasure Slots Review

Totem Treasure Slots by Pokie Magic is a fantasy slot-machine app to add to the already large catalog of games in this genre. This is simulated gambling with more than a little bit of fantasy in its theme and its rewards, but it retains all the attractive qualities of a slots machine without the financial burden. Playing the game only requires touching the simulated buttons that are present on most real slot machines. At times you'll be prompted to participate in this game's Feature m…

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Bookworm Review

Review PopCap By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 9 months ago
Bookworm Review

It's hard to escape the occasional word based game on the iPhone. In fact it's incredibly hard to escape them. So when a company like Popcap makes a word game you can only hope it's not only fun, but it sets the standard for other developers. Bookworm is Popcap's flagship spelling game brought to the iPhone and the word is "good". Selecting words is as easy as tapping it out on the screen using the tiles presented, keeping each successive letter joined to the last. Like other spelling…

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Sneezies Review

Review Retro Dreamer By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 9 months ago
Sneezies Review

Sneezies - Chain Reaction by Chillingo Ltd is a bubble popping arcade puzzle game with a difference - instead of lining up bubbles to pop, you let the Sneezies do the work for you with a single touch. It's another beautiful and relaxing game from one of the world's leading iPhone game publishers and it's a fun addition to anyone's collection. Your aim is to drop a single explosion of sneezing powder on the the screen which will set of a chain reaction of sneezes, hopefully freeing and…

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Moonz Review

Review ADXSoft By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 9 months ago
Moonz Review

One of the great things about the iPhone is being able to play games that border the territory between toys and games. Some may argue that toys are ultimately a waste of time, but if you could pair the time wasting with a productively fun game then you'd probably have something like Moonz by ADXSoft. Moonz is a orbit physics simulator with a bit of tongue-in-cheek fun. Each level presents several gravity defying obstacles to which the player must fling objects in to. This is done by a…

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AirTycoon - Airline Management Review

Review TRADEGAME Lab Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 9 months ago
AirTycoon - Airline Management Review

If you've ever had a burning desire to be a CEO of an airline company, then Air Tycoon by TRADEGAME Lab can fulfill that odd wish. For everyone else, Air Tycoon is a great management simulator that sucks you in to the complex world of competing airlines. Air Tycoon uses a standard touch based interface, with all your needed controls accessed through various menus on screen. Despite the rather bland appearance of the menus, the interface is extremely informative, providing all the stat…

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Stand O’Food® (Full) Review

Review G5 Entertainment By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 9 months ago
Stand O’Food®  (Full) Review

Stand O'Food by G5 Entertainment attempts to mesh puzzle gaming with the popular time management genre, but ultimately feels like it comes off as second-rate for each instead of the unique genre it tries to create. It's an unforgiving game in terms of difficulty, but if you're having fun you might just let it slide while you whip up your latest food sensation. The game is driven entirely by touch controls to select ingredients in order, adding sauces or putting your creation in a box…

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Bloons Review

Review Ninja Kiwi By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 9 months ago
Bloons Review

If you asked a monkey to throw a limited amount of sharp darts at a bunch of tethered balloons and scored him based on how many he managed to pop, you'd probably look a little mad. But if you buy Bloons by Digital Goldfish you can live out that dream in all of its puzzle based glory; or if it's not your dream, you can at least enjoy the plethora of clever puzzles within. The control is simple, with players draging their finger to set the power and angle of their shots. Annoyingly, the…

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Cheese Collect Review

Review Koh Jing Yu By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 9 months ago
Cheese Collect Review

Cheese Collect by Koh Jing Yu is an arcade puzzle game that pits you (the mouse) against your nemesis (the wily cat) as he moves his remote-control cheese around a minefield of traps. Despite the fairly uninspired name, Cheese Collect manages to be a surprisingly fun - if somewhat flawed - App for the iPhone. The interface is kept fairly simple with each turn allowing you to move your mouse in one of eight directions (up/down, left/right and diagonals). The touch controls here are a b…

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DrawRace - Turbo Edition Review

Review Ubisoft By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 9 months ago
DrawRace - Turbo Edition Review

DrawRace by RedLynx is a fun spin on old school arcade racers like R.C. Pro-Am, Mario Kart and even the seminal Rock'N'Roll Racing. You'll find yourself drawing your way to victory against computer (and human) opponents as you strive for the perfect lap. There's not much to the game with almost all the controls given over to your car's AI. Each race begins by literally drawing the path that your car should take from beginning to end through all the laps required. This can be deceptive…

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Synth Racing Review

Review Race to the Moon By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 9 months ago
Synth Racing Review

Synth Racing by Race to the Moon is a time-trial racing game that takes all the style and speed from Wipeout, but doesn't quite manage to live up to the game it takes its inspiration from. The aim of the game here is to reach your goal as quickly as possible. To reach the pinnacle of your potential speed you'll need to avoid these obstacles and collect speed-boosts, so you'll be happy to know that the tilt-controls used to slide your ship around the screen are almost flawless in their…

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Lux DLX 2 Review

Review Sillysoft Games By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 9 months ago
Lux DLX 2 Review

Board games are a booming field for game developers on the iPhone and it's easy to see why, with the ability to essentially "pass the phone" between players you eliminate the fuss and hassle of setting up a game with dozens, if not hundreds of pieces. Lux DLX by Sillysoft Games attempts and succeeds at being a clone of the popular board game Risk while saving you from shifting around the extraordinary amount of tokens and dice required for each game. The game's controls are its only r…

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Air Master 3D Review

Review Alex Nankervis By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 9 months ago
Air Master 3D Review

Flight sims on the iPhone have been a somewhat risky proposition because they live or die by their ability to control an aircraft fluidly while still being able to let a gamer see what's happening. Air Master 3D by Alex Nankervis doesn't manage to make the cut as a flight sim shoot-em-up for this reason even if there is a nugget of gold hidden within. Players will find themselves tilting their craft around their island zone, though despite some thorough customisation options for these…

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