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Wriggle Review

Review Conlan Rios By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 11 months ago
Wriggle Review

They're ugly, they're slimy, they're multi-colored, but the worms in Wriggle by Conlan Rios need to be set free! Wriggle is a slick puzzle game that will challenge your ability to think around corners (literally) while remaining friendly enough for new-comers to stumble their way through. The worms of Wriggle are moved by dragging their heads or tails through the available spaces, hopefully dragging the correct worm to the exit. This is easier said than done as each level is a maze of…

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Real Soccer 2010 Review

Review Gameloft By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 11 months ago
Real Soccer 2010 Review

Real Soccer 2010 is a soccer game for the iPhone and, like most sports games, is the predecessor of a previous version. With a variety of game modes to play through and a number of real world teams and clubs to play as, players are exposed to a large amount of game content. Players control their teams by using the joystick to move and pressing A and B buttons to pass and kick the ball. When defending, however, players use the A button to attack and try to gain possession of the ball.…

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Brain Challenge 2: Think Again! Review

Review Gameloft By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 11 months ago
Brain Challenge 2: Think Again! Review

After a quirky little game on the Nintendo DS challenged people to train their brains, a slew of games from developers tried to cash in on this "mini-game" craze. Brain Challenge 2: Think Again! (BC2) by Gameloft is yet another in the brain training genre, but thankfully it's also probably one of the best currently available. The mini-games are controlled by touching to confirm your selection from a range of possible answers. The buttons can be fairly small on some of the games, so la…

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HYBRID: Eternal Whisper Review

Review GAMEVIL USA, Inc. By Luke Bartley, 4 years, 11 months ago
HYBRID: Eternal Whisper Review

Gamevil is known for making quality rRPGs and Hybrid: Eternal Whisper is their latest offering. Taking on the role of Grey, a courageous young warrior, you are given the task of defending your world of Platina from the evil demons. To aid you in this task you are given magical powers and powerful combo attacks to cut a swathe through the legions of evil. Much effort has gone into making this a polished title, with nice high quality graphics, plus the obligatory scantily clad female c…

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iBlast Moki Review

Review Godzilab By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 11 months ago
iBlast Moki Review

iBlast Moki is a physics based puzzle game for the iPhone. It seems like all the little Moki’s are lost and need you to help them get home. And the only way to do that is to use bombs to blast them into small wormholes. You must blast them over obstacles and into the wormholes as fast as you can for a better score. You control bomb placement by dragging a bomb from the right hand panel next to a Moki. From here you can see the path that your Moki will take according to the place…

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Dungeon Hunter Review

Review Gameloft By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 11 months ago
Dungeon Hunter Review

Dungeon Hunter is an Action RPG game for the iPhone. You play as a resurrected prince who must stop the evil that you have unknowingly unleashed upon your lands before your death. Players can choose from one of three classes (Warrior, Rogue and Mage) and must travel through the lands upgrading gear and completing quests in order to save your kingdom. The game's controls are simple: players use the joystick to move, and the three buttons for standard attacks, special attacks and magic…

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Meteor Blitz Review

Review Alley Labs By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 11 months ago
Meteor Blitz Review

It's nice to see a successful iPhone game at least nod to its predecessors. Alley Labs is bold enough to produce a clone of the successful Stardust series for the iPhone and even acknowledge this on their app store page, but it's undeniable that they've made Meteor Blitz a great game for the iPhone. Blitz is an evolution the classic Asteroid arcade game using dual virtual-analogue sticks to control your movement and direction of firing. The aim is to clear the screen of as many enemie…

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MADDEN NFL 10 by EA SPORTS Review

Review Electronic Arts By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 11 months ago
MADDEN NFL 10 by EA SPORTS Review

Lately, Electronic Arts have been the kind of company to take a bit of a risk by trying new publishing schemes that had been considered taboo by other major companies. Madden NFL 10 isn't just a watered down port of their football franchise, it's a full featured video game that almost defies belief in its depth. Plays are selected through the usual setup of slide and tap menus, but the plays themselves are something to behold. Once the ball is snapped, the player can quickly switch be…

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Blades of Fury Review

Review Gameloft By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 11 months ago
Blades of Fury Review

Blades of Fury is a fast paced 3D fighting game for the iPhone. Players choose a character and square off against a variety of deadly opponents in different areas. As with all fighting games, you must defeat your opponents using different attack combinations to see who the stronger fighter is. You can control your fighter by way of two control schemes. One uses a button interface to attack and block, while the other uses a touch sensitive scheme where players flick the screen to attac…

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Squareball Review

Review Drömsynt By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 11 months ago
Squareball Review

Imagine, if you would, the fast bouncing gameplay of Breakout mixed with the 80s style of arcade side-scrollers. Ladies and gentlemen I present to you, Squareball; a game where players must bounce a small ball through a maze, breaking all the coloured bricks they find along the way. As the ball constantly bounces up and down off of walls, players will need to time their map adjustment to progress. By swiping the iPhone screen at the right time, they will shift the entire map past the…

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Modern Combat: Sandstorm Review

Review Gameloft By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 11 months ago
Modern Combat: Sandstorm Review

Gameloft is at it again! Following the enormous success of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare in 2007, They have decided to create their own desert combat FPS for the iPhone. Here's the thing though, unlike almost every other FPS on Apple's handheld device, this one actually controls decently. You play as a returning soldier undergoing an operation in the middle east, and what follows is nothing spectacular, but enough action and variety to get you through the next 10 missions. Unlike other…

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Run! Review

Review Arthur Ham By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 11 months ago
Run! Review

Run! is an action game where players must help a small stick figure man avoid obstacles as he runs. You must safely run past zombies, walls, dropping saw blades and eventually walruses. Your goal is to run as far as you can and earn as many points as you can in doing so. Your stick figure man will run by himself, but you must flick the screen up and down to jump and duck oncoming walls, tap the punch button to kill zombies or other enemies and you can tap on destructible brick walls t…

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Alive 4-ever Review

Alive 4-ever Review

You'd be forgiven if you read the title Alive 4-Ever (A4E), saw the App icon and thought, "Did someone port Left 4 Dead (L4D) to the iPhone?". It's hard to fault Meridian for jumping on to a hot game design concept like L4D and while there are many comparisons to be made, A4E is just about as perfect as it gets for action fans on the iPhone. The dual analogue controls are extremely responsive, which will save your behind as zombies quickly crowd around you. Other interactive elements…

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Gangstar: West Coast Hustle Review

Review Gameloft By Damian Chiappara, 5 years ago
Gangstar: West Coast Hustle Review

West Coast Hustle is a GTA inspired action game where players take control of a gang member and proceed through a series of missions making new contacts and earning cash as you go. The player controls the main character by a moving a joystick on the screen and attacks or uses weapons by tapping a button. Other action specific events, such as stealing a car or shopping can also be accessed by an onscreen prompt. Driving has two control options though, either tilting the iPhone to steer…

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Bust-A-Move Review

Bust-A-Move Review

The classics of arcade gaming are definitely having their day in the sun with the iPhone and Puzzle Bobble by Taito is no exception. What was once a game that swallowed quarters wholesale in the arcade is now a game you can play at your own leisure on your iPhone and even against your friends. Gameplay revolves around popping different colored bubbles by hitting groups of three or more with a single shot. Puzzle Bobble give players two types of controls to aim their shots, keeping the…

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