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The Week in Video: Third Eye Crime, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Leo's Fortune, and more

By , on April 26, 2014

To celebrate the timely death of the working week, here's a round-up of all the best review, hands-on, and feature videos we knocked-up on AppSpy over the last five days. 

Monument Valley review

"Monument Valley is not only an exquisite piece of craftsmanship, but a genuinely delightful adventure with more 'wow' moments than most million-dollar blockbusters."

Unpossible review

"While Unpossible is a handsome beast, and does offer some initial thrills, the disconnect between your unseen avatar and its hazardous surroundings left us cold."

The Boom Beach Diary: Week 3

"I've finally nailed the secret to obtaining larger quantities of wood in Boom Beach!"

Leo's Fortune Hands-On

"Leopold is a green ball of fuzz who, after returning to his home, discovers all of his gold has been stolen. You must take control of the furry hero as he sets out after the devious culprit, following the bread crumb trail of gold coins the fleeing villain has left in its wake."

Eye on the App Store: Third Eye Crime, Wayward Souls, Leo's Fortune, and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (Twitch catch-up)

"We've got four brand new iOS releases for you in this week's Eye on the App Store: Third Eye Crime, Wayward Souls, Leo's Fortune, and The Amazing Spider-Man 2, with us giving our first impressions of all of them."

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Review

"Swinging through the city streets is entertaining, but The Amazing Spider-Man 2’s control and camera issues prevent it from becoming a marvel."

Third Eye Crime: Act 1 Review

"Third Eye Crime: Act 1 brings an arcade slant to its stealth gameplay that is fun for a while, but we suspect one act will be enough."


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