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Spinzizzle Review

Review PressOK Entertainment By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
Spinzizzle Review

The name 'Spinzizzle' almost says it all for this latest release by PressOK Entertainment. With 21 levels of difficulty to play through, this addictive and fun three-match puzzler will have you spinning various boards back and forth to create the best combinations possible. Each level of the game uses a variety of small patterned boards that you can spin in order to shift the position of each orb on the field. Matching three or more similar orbs will lock them in to place and will wai…

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Zombie Shock Review

Review BLUE WIND By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
Zombie Shock Review

In Zombie Shock by BLUE WIND you'll be fighting against an increasingly difficult horde of zombies (surprise surprise) while escaping their dangerous clutches. Zombie Shock combines elements of castle defense games with an action-oriented control system to create an intensely addictive and challenging experience that almost anyone can enjoy. This particular combination of gameplay elements does present a few problems when it comes to the controls, allowing players to freely roam the s…

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Splinter Cell Conviction™ Review

Review Gameloft By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
Splinter Cell Conviction™ Review

Gameloft have brought the latest game in the Splinter Cell saga 'Conviction' to the iPhone, giving gamers a chance to follow the story of super agent Sam Fisher in this intense action-stealth title. Conviction has brought the series back from a strong stealth-oriented system that makes Fisher more of a stealthy action hero than a deadly ninja. This has simplified the controls immensely, requiring only the analogue stick to automatically transition between fast and stealthy movement an…

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Love Love Review

Review Bambalam By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
Love Love Review

With so many Apps coming out each day - some from major companies, most from independent groups - it's easy to miss some real gems. Love Love by Bambalam is a diamond that shouldn't be passed over if you love puzzle match titles. In a similar vein to Dr Mario inspired games, blocks enter the screen as paired groups using each of the primary colors (red, yellow and blue) or a gray 'broken heart'. Matches are made by joining 4 or more same colored blocks directly, however there's an add…

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Dominion HD iPad Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 months ago
Dominion HD iPad Review

One of the iPad's greatest successes has been opening up the potential for table-top games to go digital, making it easy for multiple players to play on a tabletop or pass around. Dominion HD is Chillingo's latest iPad game and a direct adaption of the classic strategic board game Risk. All of the game's controls are menu driven and features a comprehensive tutorial not only to teach you the controls but also run you through your first match as you learn the game's rules. Dominion is…

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Pocket Creatures Review

Review Tactile Entertainment By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 months ago
Pocket Creatures Review

Almost less than a week after their micro-game App 'Crazy Test' hit the store, developer Tactile Entertainment has released their much anticipated title 'Pocket Creatures' for the iPhone and iPad. You'll take charge of an insanely cute critter as he explores what at first seems like an extremely small environment that turns in to a treasure-trove of gameplay to explore. Double touching and dragging the screen will give you the lay of the land, allowing you to quickly check out the gam…

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PewPew 2 Review

Review Jean-Francois Geyelin By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 months ago
PewPew 2 Review

It's hard not to overstate how excellent PewPew 2 by Jean-Francois Geyelin is, but I'll try not to gush too much. Where so many twin-stick shooters are content with throwing tonnes of enemies at you with varied AI to mix up the difficulty, PewPew 2 builds on the original by challenging your dexterity, accuracy and puzzle solving skills with levels that are brimming with great design and varied gameplay. Much like any twin-stick shooter you'll be faced with one stick that controls your…

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Skate It by EA Review

Review Electronic Arts By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 months ago
Skate It by EA Review

Skate It by Electronic Arts is finally here after almost two months since it was first announced and brings its unique brand of simulated skateboarding to the App Store. Instead of jabbing a variety of virtual buttons or a d-pad to pull off your tricks, players can combine swipe gestures to string together a chain of tricks. The control system has been pulled out of the Nintendo DS version and given an appropriate upgrade for the iPhone, making it more responsive than its hand-held br…

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Zombie Infection Review

Review Gameloft By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 months ago
Zombie Infection Review

An outbreak of what looks to be a zombie plague is ravaging South America and you'll have to pit yourself against the horde in order to save your sibling while thwarting the evil machinations of a global corporation. While the obvious parallels to Resident Evil 5 are blatant, Zombie Infection by Gameloft is still an excellent horror shooter that's exciting and hard to put down. The controls take their cues directly from the latest games in the RE series, using a third person over the…

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Ninjatown: Trees Of Doom! Review

Ninjatown: Trees Of Doom! Review

It all started with 'Wee Ninja', a tiny character designed by former EGM editor Shawn Smith. Thanks to developer Venan Entertainment the concept quickly blossomed in to 'Ninjatown', a tower-defense game for the Nintendo DS. Venan are no strangers to the iPhone and instead of another tower-defense game, their latest game 'Ninjatown: Trees Of Doom!' switches things up as an endless vertical jumper. Trees Of Doom takes a minimalistic approach to the controls, using a single-finger contro…

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Dogs Playing Poker Review

Review Candywriter, LLC By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 months ago
Dogs Playing Poker Review

It's such a simple idea, but Dogs Playing Poker could easily have been a hard one to stomach thanks to C. M. Coolidge's paintings holding a dubious position in pop culture and its assorted ephemera. Thankfully instead of some tacky attempt at cashing in on a pop reference Dogs Playing Poker by Candywriter is probably one of the friendliest and certainly furriest Texas Hold'em games for the iPhone. The tutorial is simply brilliant and gives players a chance to not only learn the game's…

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1112 episode 02 Review

Review Agharta Studio By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 months ago
1112 episode 02 Review

This has been a long time in the making for those who have patiently awaited the sequel to Agharta Studio's first exciting adventure title '1112', but it has been a worthwhile wait. Episode 2 sets a new high standard for the genre on the iPhone with its amazing art design, clever puzzles and a compelling story that wills you to stick around till the end. If you missed out on the first in this series (or if its just been too long for you to remember) a handy introduction will get you b…

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Alive 4-ever RETURNS Review

Alive 4-ever RETURNS Review

Meridian's first entry in the Alive 4-ever series was hard to fault, with a style that transformed the incredible popularity of Left 4 Dead for the PC in to something exciting and playable for iPhone owners. With such a great first title in the series, the sequel 'RETURNS' certainly had huge shoes to fill, but it not only filled those shoes, it completely pimped them out. The same tight dual-stick controls are used in the sequel, making movement and aiming easy and accurate from the g…

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Freaking Inkies Review

Review Atakama Labs Inc By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 months ago
Freaking Inkies Review

Colorful inky blobs have invaded your library and they're ruining your classics from music tabs to your secret stash of comic books, but what can you do? Freaking Inkies by Atakama Labs lets you fight back against the inky-scourge by shooting down each blob in this unique and extremely addictive title. Inkies uses a combination of tilt controls and buttons placed on the edge of the screen to fire colored blobs at your foes. The tilt controls are amazingly accurate and smooth, rivaled…

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Ozone Review

Review Ignacio Sanchez Gines By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 months ago
Ozone Review

Developer Geardome asks their customers, "Can a game be a piece of art?". The debate over this may rage on in tiny pockets of the internet (and in some cases in mainstream media), but truthfully 'Ozone' by Geardome skirts awfully close to art and delivers an experience that's complex and dazzling in its execution. Your orb is pushed around the game's various mazes by touching a direction on the virtual d-pad. This releases a small portion of your remaining gas, which in turn shrinks y…

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