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FarmLand Review

Review iMouse By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years ago
FarmLand Review

It's hard to stand out amongst the crowd of time management games on the iPhone, so combining popular gameplay with a relatively new setting is a great way to do this. FarmLand by iMouse isn't the best time management game available, but its unique mixture of puzzles make each level interesting to play. Like most standard games in the genre, your main course of action during a level is to click objects to continue the chain of action on screen. Your goal is to take the plots of land o…

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Bowman Defense Review

Bowman Defense Review

Bowman Defense by Triniti Interactive is yet another addition to the ranks of the archery-style arcade games littering the iPhone and like so many other successful games it has risen to prominence thanks to the liberal use of "creative license" and a fairly generic style of gameplay. The copy-cat nature of so many games on the iPhone is usually best represented by the lack of experimentation in the controls where the expectation is "if you've learned how to play game X then you'll hav…

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Elven Chronicles Review

Elven Chronicles Review

Elven Chronicles follows the tale of a young knight and his magic wielding companion as they seek revenge on those who attacked his caravan and nearly killed him. It’s an old school, turn based RPG similar to old Super Nintendo Final Fantasy games. But unlike the original RPGs of that time, Elven Chronicles is a lot more restrictive. Players control their character by tapping on the iPhone screen to move and when a battle event is triggered use attacks or actions. These battles,…

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Wriggle Review

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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Peter und Vlad Review

Review Dexoris By Damian Chiappara, 5 years ago
Peter und Vlad Review

Peter und Vlad is the newest addition to the wide range of line drawing games for the iPhone. This time it is up to you to control Peter in his attempt to herd his sheep from the out of control weather machine your brother, Vlad, has invented. You will need to herd as many sheep as you can before the weather machine begins sucking them up otherwise you risk unleashing a tremendous storm upon your farm and town. Like all line drawing games, players control Peter by tapping on him and d…

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Hi, How Are You: 40 Awesomely Totally Ridiculous and Very, Very Cool Levels of Bizarrely, Bizarre Fun! Review

Hi, How Are You: 40 Awesomely Totally Ridiculous and Very, Very Cool Levels of Bizarrely, Bizarre Fun! Review

If you are a fan of quirky games with a lot of style then get ready for Hi, How Are You. Players must play as a small frog like creature as you try to rescue your true love after she was kidnapped by the devil. You must progress through a series of levels by hopping on each of the green tiles to turn them into a solid colour. You must navigate each map and avoid any dangers as fast as you can to earn different trophies and move on to the next stage. Players use the iPhone's tilting ca…

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LUMINES™ - Touch Fusion Review

LUMINES™ - Touch Fusion Review

From its humble and somewhat exciting beginnings on the PSP, Lumines has now found a home on the iPhone. Interestingly, although major publisher Gameloft are producing ports of this rhythm-puzzle game to other mobile devices, the original developer Q Entertainment has taken charge of the iPhone port. Gameplay is similar to a Tetris-style block-matching game with points being scored after a bar sweeps across the screen at a specific rhythm clearing away matching blocks. Combos are scor…

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Texas Tea Review

Texas Tea Review

Texas Tea is an eclectic mix of puzzle games such as Bejeweled, Yahtzee and Poker all mixed into one. The game borrows elements of all these games and has created its own unique puzzle gameplay experience. Players will have to match dice combinations on the game board to turn the game tiles behind them to black oil. Players control their dice removal by swiping two or more matching boxes together for a combo. The dice combos are taken from poker, as players can line up pairs, straight…

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Starship Defense Review

Starship Defense Review

Starship Defence is an action game where players command a large space ship and must defend against a fleet of attacking ships. Players use a large laser cannon, missiles and nukes to shoot down enemy ships but can also create and place units in space for added defence. Your goal is to survive as long as possible, while upgrading your weapons and destroying enemy ships. The game’s controls are very simple. You select your main weapon by tapping the icon on the screen and fire by…

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Family Guy: Uncensored Review

Family Guy: Uncensored Review

Family Guy: Uncensored is the latest in the line of Family Guy merchandise now available for the iPhone. Players will progress through a story mode, controlling a number of characters from the TV show and playing through different mini-games. Once completed, each mini-game can be accessed through the main menu to be played again. The controls for each mini-game differ but you are given clear instructions on how to play before each game. Some games require tapping on the screen, while…

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Real Soccer 2010 Review

Review Gameloft By Damian Chiappara, 5 years 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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Moonlight Minions Review

Moonlight Minions Review

Moonlight Minions is a tower defence game for the iPhone. Like all tower defence games, players must stop the incoming hoard of creatures by placing defence towers around each game level. Towers can be upgraded in order to max out the damage and increase your overall defence. You control your tower placement by tapping on the tower icons on the right hand side of the screen and drag them to the appropriate area. You can sell or upgrade your towers by tapping on them and then selecting…

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Skee-Ball Review

Skee-Ball Review

Just about everyone has tried Skee-Ball growing up or on holidays visiting the local arcade, or even during a county show. For those who haven't tried it before Skee-Ball by Freeverse should be an immediate purchase, because this is as close as it gets to the real thing and everyone should experience this simple joy at some point in their life. Two control schemes are available to roll your ball up the ramp and into the scoring holes. You can either flick the ramp with your finger or…

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Navy Patrol: Coastal Defense Review

Navy Patrol: Coastal Defense Review

Navy Patrol Coastal Defence is the next addition to the slew of tower defence games for the iPhone. The game play is the same as what we’ve come to expect from tower defence games, players must protect their base by building and upgrading towers to stop the incoming enemy forces. The controls are the usual tower placement click and drag formula but there are some new additions in the form of bonus attacks or effects, such as calling in a lightning storm to damage enemy ships. Ho…

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Bananagrams Review

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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