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Rock Slide due for iOS Sometime in March

News By Dave Flodine, 1 year, 10 months ago
Rock Slide due for iOS Sometime in March

Rock Slide just came out on Android devices, but is slated for an iOS release this March. Now a quick look at it might cause most of you to be dismissive of its simplistic visuals, but have a look at the trailer, and the puzzle gameplay underneath. I think puzzle fans will find some entertainment when this one finally gets released.…


Avadon 2: The Corruption coming later this year

News By Harry Slater, 1 year, 10 months ago
Avadon 2: The Corruption coming later this year

If you like your RPGs old skool, your view points isometric, and your epic adventures quest based, then you're probably going to get pretty excited at the prospect of the recently revealed Avadon 2: The Corruption. The second in Spiderweb Software's deep, heavy going RPG series, this new adventure, which is the middle chunk of a proposed trilogy, is set to pick up where its predecessor left off, adding new intrigues and story lines for you to get your teeth into. This isn't RPGing for the faint of heart or the action orientated though, much like its predecessor the game is set to offer deep character advancement, plenty of lore, and hours upon hours of quests, side quests, and diversions f…


The Witness heading to iOS

News By Harry Slater, 1 year, 10 months ago
The Witness heading to iOS

In all the bluster over the PS4 reveal last night, you might have missed a pretty interesting snippet of information – The Witness, created by Jonathan Blow the man behind seminal mind warping platformer Braid, is coming to iOS devices. A puzzle game set in an open world, The Witness sees you interacting with a series of panels in order to manipulate the gorgeous looking island you find yourself on. The brain teasers on offer are non-linear, so if you get stuck on one you can wander over to the next and have a crack at that instead. In a post over at the PlayStation blog, Thekla Inc., the team working on the game, said that the game is really about “epiphany – that leap y…


Save Kittens from Fire

News By Dave Flodine, 1 year, 10 months ago
Save Kittens from Fire

I'm not quite sure what to think about Jones on Fire, an endless runner looking title that is being released this Thursday on the 21st. It's style and music reminds me of Bit.trip Runner, but it has an endless runner look to it, and with the kitty saving, an element of games like Grim Joggers. Have a look at the trailer and see for yourself.  …


Everplay gives you 1001 Attempts

News By Harry Slater, 1 year, 10 months ago
Everplay gives you 1001 Attempts

If you like your iOS games as hard, or harder than, nails, then Spellsword developer Everplay could well have a special treat waiting for you at the end of the month in the shape of 1001 Attempts. It's a game that's all about trying, dying, and trying again. Presented in a simple, retro style, the game throws you into an empty room and tasks you with collecting some gems. Of course, it's much tougher than that, as you can tell from the trailer we've embedded below. It doesn't take long for obstacles to start springing out of the walls, and that's when the real trouble starts. 1001 Attempts is tapping into the one-more-try arcade mentality that makes you push on even though your fingers are…


Mikey Shorts Followup... with Hooks!

News By Dave Flodine, 1 year, 10 months ago
Mikey Shorts Followup... with Hooks!

As those who watched my 2012 list will know, Mikey Shorts was one of my favourite games last year. Many might not know, but the creators of the game met while trading highscore slots on the game Hook Champ. This is important as their followup title Mikey Hooks is pretty much the same fast and flowing platformer gameplay... with hooks! Have a look at the sneak peak video. The only release info we have is that it will hit in Spring, so keep an eye out from March to May. I sure will be!…


Chillingo releases The Gods: Rebellion trailer

News By Harry Slater, 1 year, 10 months ago
Chillingo releases The Gods: Rebellion trailer

Chillingo has released a trailer for its upcoming hack and slasher The Gods: Rebellion, and the Unreal 3 powered game looks like it's shaping up to be a pleasantly violent diversion from the drudgery of real life. Based on ancient Chinese legend, the game takes its visual cues from the likes of Diablo, throwing you into a sort of isometric world and then giving you lots and lots of things to kill. And, as you'd expect from a game powered by Unreal tech, it looks pretty impressive. Details are slim on the ground at the moment, but Chillingo has revealed that there'll be two distinct game modes to play through, and characters and upgrades to unlock. They've also stated the app will be univer…


Alien Breed creeps onto Android

News By Harry Slater, 1 year, 10 months ago
Alien Breed creeps onto Android

If you're the sort of Android owning gamer who goes misty eyed for the long forgotten days of the Amiga 500, then it's shaping up to be a pretty good week for you with the release of Team 17's xenomorph blasting classic Alien Breed onto the Google Play Store. The game borrows heavily from a slightly more famous series of films with the word Alien in their title, and casts you as a lone space marine trapped on a crashing space ship with nothing but a horde of slavering monsters to keep you company. Rather than coming out of the walls, these extra terrestrial slaughter machines tend to come out of the floors, and you'll need your wits about you if you plan on surviving through the 22 levels…


Appspy Ch..ch..changes

News By Dave Flodine, 1 year, 10 months ago
Appspy Ch..ch..changes

Hey hey folks! Just a quick update on two changes that have hit the site today. Firstly, if you scroll down, you may see on the right hand side of the screen that the most recent five comments on articles are on display. Secondly, logged in users now have the ability to go into their profile and change their avatar. I will reply to this post after it goes live to show you the spiffy new feature. We're hoping that small changes like this may garner more reader participation here on site, so have a play around and we'll continue to tweak things and make this the best damn mobile review site on the web.…


Ragdoll Boxing Flopping onto iPad

News By Dave Flodine, 1 year, 10 months ago
Ragdoll Boxing Flopping onto iPad

Start your week off with a bit of amusement and watch this gameplay trailer of the upcoming multiplayer iPad game, Ragdoll Boxing. It releases February 21st and it kind of reminds looks like what would happen if a boxing game were made as a sequel to QWOP. Plus what other boxing game has you able to play as a gorilla?…


Metal Slug Wars hits Canada

News By Harry Slater, 1 year, 10 months ago
Metal Slug Wars hits Canada

If you've ever thought that the Metal Slug series of games was too focused on non-stop violence, platforming fun, and slapstick comedy, then you're in luck, because SNK apparently agrees with you. And to right that wrong, they've released Metal Slug Wars on the Canadian App Store. Rather than sticking to the tried and tested Metal Slug formula, the game is a massively multiplayer RTS that sees you storming the defences of the evil General Morden in order to try and put an end to his evil and nefarious insurrection. You'll get to build bases, train your troops and generally do all the fun things that an RTS lets you get along with. Who wants to take on giant bosses single handedly in battle…


Robert Bowling announces Breach & Clear

News By Harry Slater, 1 year, 10 months ago
Robert Bowling announces Breach & Clear

Robert Bowling, aka @fourzerotwo, former creative strategist at Infinity Ward has revealed that he's working with Saturday Morning RPG developer Mighty Rabbit Studios on a new tactical strategy game, Breach & Clear, for iOS and Android. The free to play title will let you build up a squad of Special Operatives, customising them in a way that best suits your tactics and play style, and then utilising their skills in a series of dangerous scenarios designed with the help of real-world soldiers. You'll also be able to take on your friends and foes in a multiplayer mode, as well as being able to unlock weapons and equipment used by the real special forces teams when they're out and about c…


Worm Run out on iOS Next Week

News By Dave Flodine, 1 year, 10 months ago
Worm Run out on iOS Next Week

Procedurally generated endless runner with swipe controls in which you are a space janitor named Zeke Tallahassee who is being pursued by a ravenous giant space worm. Well my interest is piqued. Worm Run is being released on the 21st of February and will cost $0.99. Have a look at the trailer. It looks innovative and odd enough to be worth a play. Keep a look out for this one next week!…


Real Racing 3 to get a soft launch?

News By Harry Slater, 1 year, 10 months ago
Real Racing 3 to get a soft launch?

There's been a lot of news flying around this week about Firemonkey Games's gorgeous looking racer Real Racing 3, not least a controversy about how the once premium series has made the move to a free to play model. Still, if you're lucky enough to live in Australia, New Zealand, or Canada, then there's a very good chance that you're going to be able to find out if the game lives up to, or is consumed by, the hype sometime today, with the game set for a soft launch in the coming hours. Our advice to you is check your App Store at just gone midnight local time tonight and you might find a Real Racing 3 shaped valentines present waiting for you. Don't expect it to bring you chocolates or rose…


The Room leads iOS Bafta nominations

News By Harry Slater, 1 year, 10 months ago
The Room leads iOS Bafta nominations

After the prestigious movie awards over the weekend, it's now the turn of the games industry in the UK to reward the movers and shakers of the last twelve months, and there's more than a few iOS games in the mix for the big prizes. Chief amongst them is The Room, which is up for four awards - Artistic Achievement, Best British Game, Best Debut Game, and Best Mobile and Handheld game. It's up against stiff competition in the Mobile and Handheld category from Incoboto, New Star Soccer, Super Monsters Ate My Condo, and The Walking Dead. As well as PS Vita title, Little Big Planet. Elsewhere, Terry Cavanagh's hectic and highly addictive Super Hexagon is up for Best British Game, and Simogo's e…