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Meow Meow Happy Fight Review

Review Big Pixel Studios By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 2 months ago
Meow Meow Happy Fight Review

Anyone familiar with Piyo Blocks will already be somewhat indoctrinated to the kind of carefree fun that seems to run rampant in games by Big Pixel Studios. Meow Meow Happy Fight the latest title from the developer and absolutely no time is wasted in ensuring those playing this twin-stick shooter end up with a huge smile on their faces. Those familiar with twin-stick shooters can expect nothing out of the ordinary, with the left stick controlling movement and the right aiming your wea…

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Osmos Review

Review Hemisphere Games By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 2 months ago
Osmos Review

Osmos by Hemisphere Games isn't your typical physics based game and after a brief stint on the iPad, iPhone owners can also check out this simple and absorbing title. In the Blobiverse, Newton's laws are king and you'll need to exploit your ability to fire bits of yourself in order to absorb smaller life-forms until you're the largest around. Osmos is an elegantly simple title to get in to, with 27 missions to introduce new players to each of the game's different modes and concepts. B…

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Dark Nebula - Episode Two Review

Review Free Lunch Design AB By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 2 months ago
Dark Nebula - Episode Two Review

'Dark Nebula - Episode 2' by 1337 Game Design is the latest in the Dark Nebula series to grace the App Store and fans of the original can expect bigger and better things from this self-proclaimed Labyrinth 'on steroids'. Dark Nebula places you in control of an orb traveling through six different environments and 19 levels, tilting your way through dangerous trap filled zones and in a new twist you'll also be able to bring the fight to your enemies with a brand new combat system. The t…

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SimCity™ Deluxe Review

Review Electronic Arts By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 2 months ago
SimCity™ Deluxe Review

If you're wondering where SimCity on the App Store went, well here it is again with a fresh coat of paint as SimCity Deluxe. Perhaps that's being unfair though as where SimCity felt absolutely tragic to play, SimCity Deluxe corrects and improves the game to near pristine levels and is certainly a welcome update from Electronic Arts. If you're unfamiliar with the SimCity series, your single aim is to create a successful city, managing its development and tweaking things to ensure your…

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Fastar! Review

Review Cat in a Box Games By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 2 months ago
Fastar! Review

If you're a fan of RPGs and especially action RPGs then there's no more to say about Fastar! than to go and check it out now. For everyone else that still needs convincing, Fastar! by Cat in a Box Games is a side-scrolling genre parody of RPG and action titles and from the very moment you start playing you're in for a treat. Like so many RPGs you're placed in control of an anonymous slayer-of-things with a suitably oversized weapon in tow on a quest to go as far right as possible. The…

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Chopper 2 Review

Review Majic Jungle Software By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 2 months ago
Chopper 2 Review

Way back in the 'way back when' the Apple II was host to a neat side-scrolling action title called Choplifter. Over two years ago, this genre saw a revival on the App Store thanks to the Chopper series and now, after a long wait, fans of the original can get their hands on this juicy and surprisingly featured sequel for their iDevice of choice. The basic controls are incredibly simple and intuitive to learn, requiring tilt-based movement to direct your helicopter with precision around…

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Aqua Moto Racing 2 Review

Review Dohi Sweden By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 2 months ago
Aqua Moto Racing 2 Review

Resolution Interactive are no stranger to racing titles, but Aqua Moto Racing 2 has upped the ante and fans of jet-ski racers need look no further than this excellent example of fun, adrenaline pumping aquatic mayhem. Players can choose from four basic control options, maneuvering their jet-ski via touch or tilt and selecting between auto and manual acceleration. No matter which option you stick with, the feel of racing your jet-ski is amazing, with weighty physics that slip and drag…

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Dogfight 1951 Review

Review Treehouse Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 2 months ago
Dogfight 1951 Review

For a long time, developers just couldn't get enough of the World War 1 and 2 eras, but now that many of them have decided to explore the modern era it's almost refreshing to jump back to something more 'classic'. '1951 - World War One' by Treehouse is based in an alternate history setting, with the first World Wars never occurring and after a technological collapse the world has gone to war in the early 50's. Gameplay couldn't be simpler as you start a career as one of three currentl…

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Hero of Sparta II Review

Review Gameloft By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 2 months ago
Hero of Sparta II Review

No, it's not just you. I've got an overwhelming sense that I've been here before too, but if it has to be said Hero of Sparta II (HoS2) by Gameloft has kept it's standards high and in this latest installment in the saga of Argos you'll go head to head against, well, just about everything that moves. However before you get to chopping the obligatory horde of undead and mythical creatures, you'll have to brace yourself for some mighty fine examples of how voice acting shouldn't be done.…

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Zen Bound® 2 Universal Review

Review Secret Exit Ltd. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
Zen Bound® 2 Universal Review

We've walked down this path before; there's a quiet sense of guilt in taking pleasure over tying up inanimate objects with rope. Zen Bound 2 by Secret Exit builds upon their already excellent title by pushing iDevices to their visual limits while adding more content and modes to enjoy. The key to mastering Zen Bound is simplicity in itself, with smooth and intuitive gestures allowing players to twist each object in the ultimate goal of painting it from a neutral wooden state. Swiping…

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Wheel of Fortune Platinum Review

Review Sony Pictures Television By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
Wheel of Fortune Platinum Review

Are you tired of screaming at the television when you know the answer to a phrase in Wheel of Fortune? Then fret no more as Wheel of Fortune Platinum gives you the chance to pit yourself against thousands of puzzles while competing for a virtual jackpot. Very little has been missed in converting this long-running TV game-show to the iPhone, with each segment and bonus feature being packed in. After taking the time to set up your virtual avatar, players can jump straight in, spinning t…

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AirAttack Review

Review Art In Games By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
AirAttack Review

It can't be said that developers Art In Games didn't strike while the iron was hot and they've promptly released their new shoot'em-up AirAttack after the disappointing 1942: FIRST STRIKE failed to impress. While both of these games have a similar vibe it's hard to make a genuine comparison as AirAttack simply blows the opposition out of the water. There are three standard control schemes to choose from and players can take their pick from the available touch, tilt or virtual stick op…

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Helsing's Fire Review

Review Clickgamer.com By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
Helsing's Fire Review

Van Helsing is a name that has become synonymous with horror stories and in particular as a vampire hunter thanks to the character's origins in Bram Stoker's Dracula. It's somewhat appropriate that the Dutch doctor should be revived by Amsterdam based developers Ratloop for Clickgamer's latest puzzling title, Helsing's Fire. In order to defeat the invading horde of Dracula's monstrous regiment you'll have to illuminate and subsequently dispatch them with color-coded tonics. It's an in…

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Train Conductor 2: USA Review

Review The Voxel Agents By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
Train Conductor 2: USA Review

It's been almost six months, but The Voxel Agents have already released the sequel to their incredibly popular action-puzzle title Train Conductor and it's taken the locomotive madness from the Outback and straight to the heartland of the USA. A lot of streamlining of the gameplay has occurred since the last release, with only five locations to explore. To offset this downsizing each area now features an entirely unique gameplay style to explore, with the first two introducing players…

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The Jim and Frank Mysteries – The Blood River Files Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
The Jim and Frank Mysteries – The Blood River Files Review

'The Jim and Frank Mysteries - The Blood River Files' is one of Chillingo's latest releases and draws an easy comparison to the Professor Layton series on the Nintendo DS. You follow the adventures of Jim and Frank as they take part in a puzzle-filled mystery spurred on by Jim's Grandfather. The game's basic controls are varied, with different gestures being required for each puzzle you encounter. While adventuring you can take part in a small hidden object game to earn Eureka points…

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