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Home » Articles and Reviews by 'Andrew Nesvadba'

Moonz Review

Review ADXSoft By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 1 month 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, 1 month 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, 1 month 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, 1 month 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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