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Farm Frenzy Review

Farm Frenzy Review

Farm Frenzy is a management strategy game where players must take control of a farmyard and fulfil each level's various tasks in the allotted time. Stars are earned based on the speed of which levels are finished and levels can be repeated for extra stars. Players earned stars can then be used to purchase new upgrades for their farms. The controls are all touch and tap based, you control the all kinds of production by tapping on different buildings and order new animals by tapping on…

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Bumper Stars - Addiction Alert! Review

Review PressOK Entertainment By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 2 months ago
Bumper Stars  - Addiction Alert! Review

Bumper Stars is a puzzle game where you take control of a morbidly obese beaver and must bounce around different levels collecting fruit. The aim of the game is to collect all fruit in under three shots, while hitting different bumpers to increase your highscore and keep moving. You control your beaver by dragging a line across your iPhone screen, and then releasing your finger to let him fly. He will bounce off any objects in his path and get more of a boost if he hits a bumper. Bonu…

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Crash Bandicoot Nitro Kart 3D Review

Crash Bandicoot Nitro Kart 3D Review

Crash Bandicoot Nitro Kart 3D is a new port of the console kart racing game released for the iPhone.  The gameplay is the same, players choose a character, race through various tracks against computer opponents, launching attacks and taking shortcuts in order to secure the win. The racing itself is made a lot easier due to the fact that the karts automatically accelerate without any input from players, leaving you free to concentrate on the race and your opponents. Players must s…

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Cookie Pop® Classic Review

Review ICECREAM SOFT By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 2 months ago
Cookie Pop® Classic Review

Cookie Pop Classic is a puzzle game where players must remove all blocks on the screen by using block patterns shown on the top of the screen. Players place these block patterns next to existing blocks to pop them and clear the level. Players must keep the levels clear and earn as many points as they can before the level timer ends. Players place their blocks by tapping on the level squares on screen. They must follow the pattern given otherwise extra blocks will be added to the level…

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SurrounDEAD - EP3: Barrels go BOOM! Review

Review Handheld Games Corp. By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 2 months ago
SurrounDEAD - EP3: Barrels go BOOM! Review

Have you ever pondered how you'd manage as a lone survivor against an ever increasing horde of incoming zombies while deciding to camp out in the middle of a road? Then SurrounDEAD has you covered, but even for those without such an elaborate fantasy this app by Handheld Games still remains an enjoyable rail shooter. You'll have three options of moving your character around 360 degrees, either by tilting, using a slide button or for those with a 3GS you can literally turn around using…

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Trism Review

Review Demiforce LLC By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 2 months ago
Trism Review

Trism is a tile matching game that’s flips the usual puzzle game mechanics around - literally. Players must slide the different rows and columns to make a match of three or more gems. Once this is done, the remaining tiles from that column will slide into the empty gap. The tiles slide depending on the way players hold their iPhone as the game is gravity controlled. Players use their finger to slide each row around to try and match up tiles. You'll need to watch the small dial o…

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WORMS Review

Review Team17 Software Ltd By Dave Flodine, 5 years, 2 months ago
WORMS Review

Worms has been around since the mid nineties. In that time it's spawned numerous sequels and been ported to every platform imaginable. Now it's on the iPhone. The goal is the same as its always been. Use your team of amusing little worms and their ridiculous arsenal of weaponry to take out the other amusing teams of worms. So how does the formula fare here? The controls are numerous, and there are almost too many to remember. Walking, jumping and aiming seems simple enough, but any we…

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PAC-MAN Review

PAC-MAN Review

Pac-Man is a game that needs no introduction. One of, if not the most recognised arcade titles of all time has made its way onto the iPhone. This port is the same as the classic arcade versions and your goal is still to eat the dots, collect fruit and avoid the ghosts to max out your highscore. You can control Pac-Man in three ways. By swiping your finger in the direction you want him to move, using a d-pad at the bottom of the screen or by leaning and tilting the iPhone to direct him…

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20Q™ Mind Reader Review

Review Digital Chocolate, Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 2 months ago
20Q™ Mind Reader Review

There's a perverse pleasure to be had in pitting a human mind against a fake one and 20Q Mind Reader by Digital Chocolate takes the classic game of "20 Questions" to the next entertaining level. Users are invited to play against the virtual mind reader while correctly answering its questions, but attempting to stump the AI can be just as fun as playing along. No virtual mind is bound to be perfect and this one proves to have its weaknesses. The AI was boggled by thinking of a "speed l…

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Solitaire by MobilityWare Review

Review MobilityWare By Beau Burtenshaw, 5 years, 2 months ago
Solitaire by MobilityWare Review

With well over a dozen different Solitaire apps on the Appstore, users who are looking for that classic solitaire experience may be overwhelmed with what is available to them, so it's a good thing that MobilityWare have created the ultimate Solitaire app for the iPhone. Solitaire controls like most other Solitaire games on the appstore. As the cards are dealt out you simply tap and drag to move cards around the table or double tap to automatically move cards from the table to the 4 de…

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TriDefense Review

Review Kalio Ltda. By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 2 months ago
TriDefense Review

Tower and castle defense is a genre that continues to explode on the iPhone thanks to its intuitive touch interface, so there's little room for any new games that bring nothing exciting or new to the genre. TriDefense by Kalio fails to be an outstanding product amongst others available on iTunes, but does bring a mechanic that may tip fans of the genre over. TriDefense has learned well from its predecessors and has implemented a fairly fool-proof system of dropping, finalising and upg…

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Bejeweled 2 + Blitz Review

Review PopCap By Dave Flodine, 5 years, 2 months ago
Bejeweled 2 + Blitz Review

Bejeweled is known as one of the most addictive games on the Internet. Bejewled 2 is pretty much the same game with a couple new gameplay modes, and it's been ported to the iPhone. In each level there is a screen full of gems. By swapping the placement of two gems, you create chains of three or more of the same type, which disappear, give you points, and cause new gems to fall into the game field. Control is simple. Want to swap two gems? Simply use your finger to swap their placement…

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Railroad Madness Review

Review F84 Games By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 2 months ago
Railroad Madness Review

Railroad Madness is a fast paced puzzle game where players must take control of a busy railroad system and must direct different train carts to their stations. Your goal is to get as many safe arrivals as you can by switching the track directions to ensure that carts arrive in their proper destinations and that there are no collisions. Players switch tracks around by flicking the screen and plotting a path for carts to travel. Or players can change the options to use a tap style contr…

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TETRIS® Review

Review Electronic Arts By Dave Flodine, 5 years, 2 months ago
TETRIS® Review

Is there a gamer alive who hasn't played Tetris? It's been ported to every system imaginable, and now with touch controls, EA have brought it to the iPhone. The goal is the same as always. One of seven shaped blocks will fall. You need to rotate and place them so that a line is created, and then erased. The more lines erased, the faster the game gets. If the blocks reach the top, game over. At first glance, the touch controls seemed like a bad idea. Wouldn't tilting the iPhone be bett…

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Medieval Review

Review Brisk Mobile Inc By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 2 months ago
Medieval Review

Medieval is yet another bow and arrow tower defence game for the iPhone. Players must either capture the enemy flag or destroy the enemy castle to secure a glorious victory. You’ll earn gold by slaying enemy troops, which you can use to purchase upgrades and train your own units. Players shoot their bow by tapping on it and dragging their finger back as if to pull the bow string. Or an auto-fire control scheme can be selected from the options menu, where players tap the area the…

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