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Ducati Challenge Review

Review Digital Tales By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 5 months ago
Ducati Challenge Review

Motorcycle racers have come and gone with varying amounts of success on the App Store, but when most people have constant contact with four-wheeled vehicles it's not easy to convince them that two-wheels can feel just as natural in a virtual environment. Ducati Challenge by Digital Tales strides ahead of those that have come before, packing smooth controls and a realistic feel that players can ease in to as they master earlier stages of the game. Unfortunately there are no alternative…

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Frisbee® Forever Review

Review Kiloo By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 6 months ago
Frisbee® Forever Review

I'm almost disappointed that Frisbee Forever by Kiloo Games didn't come out sooner, what with Tron: Legacy being released last year, especially considering the original film managed to turn something as casual as flipping a disc between buddies in to a deadly sport. At any rate, this title is more about timing and skilled maneuvering of your Frisbee to collect stars as you dodge and weave your way through bright and colorful courses around a fantasy world. Players can choose between t…

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Chrominance Review

Chrominance Review

Chrominance by Andrea Mazzini and EFlat Games challenges players to mix their skills at timing and combining colors to score it large in this strange physics based arcade title. Orbs of paint will make their way on to the screen at regular intervals, but should they collide with another orb they'll combine and splatter over the background. To score you'll need to make sure this combination lands on the correctly colored background by swiping them around the screen and if you're playin…

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Cell War Review

Review TipCat Mobile By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 11 months ago
Cell War Review

Cell War is a horizontal shooter much like R-Type and other arcade shooter games. Your goal is to pilot the nano machine and stop the spread of infectious diseases and viruses that could wipe out mankind. But fear not, the nano machine can be upgraded with powerful collectibles that will give those nasty germs a run for their money - or whatever germs exchange for goods and services. Players control the nano machine by tilting their iPhone to move, tapping on enemies to launch a power…

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Star Ride Review

Review Andrea Mazzini By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 11 months ago
Star Ride Review

Star Ride is a Doodle Jump style arcade game where players must bounce off stars in order to soar higher into the night sky. Players will start on Earth and then jump up in hopes of chaining together different star jumps to get a new highscore. Players start the game by flicking up on the screen to jump up and control movement by dragging their finger across the screen. Once you hit a star you’ll have to keep hitting them to keep jumping up. There are also different coloured sta…

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Bananagrams Review

Review Majesco Entertainment By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 2 months ago
Bananagrams Review

Bananagrams is a Scrabble type board game where players must try to use up the bunch of letters they are given in order to create a large joining series of words. The game focuses more of its attention towards online play, requiring you to create an account so you can share leaderboard scores and play versus other players, but there is an offline mode available to players as well. Seeing as how the game is banana themed, players are given a ‘bunch’ of letter tiles that the…

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