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DOOM Resurrection Review

Review id Software By Dave Flodine, 5 years, 2 months ago
DOOM Resurrection Review

First Person Shooters have had a bit of a shaky start on the iPhone. It seems no one can create a control scheme that suits the fast, frenetic action of the genre. Doom Resurrection has figured out one solution to the problem, have the game move your character for you, meaning that all the player has to worry about is destroying whatever is in their path. You are a marine, in a research base on Mars. An experiment has gone wrong and suddenly the complex is overrun by zombies and demon…

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CLUE Review

Review Electronic Arts By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 2 months ago
CLUE Review

Clue is a puzzle game where players must investigate various murder cases by interviewing suspects, gathering clues and making accusations. If players are familiar with the Clue franchise, then you’ll know the framework for the murder mysteries that you will need to investigate. Players use the iPhone’s touch screen to talk to characters, change rooms and find clues. The controls are simple to use and players will not have a problem navigating through the different screens…

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PathPix Review

Review Kris Pixton By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 2 months ago
PathPix Review

PathPix is a puzzle game where players must draw lines between matching coloured numbers to make an image. The lengths of the lines are restricted by the numbers at the two ends. For example, if you want to join up two boxes of five, the path between them must be five spaces long. Players drag out a path once they have found a matching pair of numbers in close proximity to each other. Players can also drag the drawn line back to its starting box in order to undo it or adjust it. The n…

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Real Racing Review

Review Electronic Arts By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 2 months ago
Real Racing Review

Real Racing is a fast paced and competitive track racing game for the iPhone that puts players behind the wheel of a cavalcade of impressive cars. You’ll race around a number of different tracks in the hopes of earning the championship gold and securing a place in history. Players can choose from a selection of different game modes and race against other drivers to see who’s the fastest. The game’s default controls include automatic acceleration, tapping the screen t…

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Rolando Review

Review ngmoco, LLC By Myles McKinnon, 5 years, 2 months ago
Rolando Review

Rolando is a strategy game for the iphone and ipod touch. The goal is to move the rolandos from point A to point B in the quickest time possible, whist collecting diamonds and avoiding obstacles. You are able to select a Rolando by tapping it once, however to select several, tap your finger and drag a box over however many you wish to select. Once selected, begin your journey by tilting the phone left or right. The controls are responsive which make it a pleasure to maneuver your way…

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Doodle Jump Review

Review Lima Sky By Dave Flodine, 5 years, 2 months ago
Doodle Jump Review

Looking for a diversion on your iPhone? Well Doodle Jump might just be the game for you. Like the name suggests, you play a strange notebook doodle and your goal is to jump from platform to platform while avoiding other strange notebook doodles. The higher you jump, the higher your score. Very simple, yet very addictive. The controls are part of the reason for the addictiveness. You simply tilt the iPhone to jump from platform to platform, and if you wish to destory an enemy, tap the…

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MW Classic by Zynga Review

Review Zynga Inc. By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 2 months ago
MW Classic by Zynga Review

If you ever played the incredibly popular Facebook application Mafia Wars, then rejoice in this new port for the iPhone. The game play is the same as you remember it but with a few extra inclusions and easier access. Players must create their own mobster profile and rise up the ranks by taking on criminal jobs and fighting other mobsters. Players make their game choices by tapping on the screen and are all stat based. For example, if you choose to fight another mobster, you will win o…

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Bookworm Review

Review PopCap By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 2 months ago
Bookworm Review

It's hard to escape the occasional word based game on the iPhone. In fact it's incredibly hard to escape them. So when a company like Popcap makes a word game you can only hope it's not only fun, but it sets the standard for other developers. Bookworm is Popcap's flagship spelling game brought to the iPhone and the word is "good". Selecting words is as easy as tapping it out on the screen using the tiles presented, keeping each successive letter joined to the last. Like other spelling…

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Edge Review

Review Mobigame By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 2 months ago
Edge Review

Edge is a cubist’s fantasy; a universe comprising of nothing but cubes and right angled shapes. In this strange world, players must roll their large colourful cube through the world, collecting smaller coloured cubes to increase your highscore. You will need to roll through and collect these cubes as fast as possible then make your make to the end of the level as fast as possible. The game’s default controls require players to move the cube by dragging their finger over it…

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Cooking Mama Review

Review TAITO Corporation By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 2 months ago
Cooking Mama Review

For those of you who never got to experience the phenomenon that is Cooking Mama before now you're in for a surprise as the iPhone arguably trumps the Nintendo DS and Wii versions with this offering. Cooking Mama by Taito is a arcade style cooking simulator that is a must by for food-lovers and pocket gamers alike. In simulating a kitchen environment, players will find themselves swiping the screen to cut, tapping to julienne, tilting to grease up pans, shaking to sauté and a h…

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Knights Onrush Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Dave Flodine, 5 years, 2 months ago
Knights Onrush Review

Tower defense games have become a popular genre in the last few years. What happens when you combine one with touch controls? You get Knights Onrush. You have a castle. Waves of enemies attack it. Using your finger and defenses you can purchase and upgrade, how long can you hold out? The difference between this and other tower defense games though is that as the player, you get involved as well. Defending your castle is as easy as lifting a finger. The main control is flicking the onc…

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Gem Spinner Review

Review Tiny Bite Games By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 2 months ago
Gem Spinner Review

Gem Spinner is a Bejeweled type puzzle game with a difference. While players need to match up three or more matching gems in a row, the board is separated into different blocks that can be moved and rotated. This gives players more options and freedom when it comes to lining up gems. The controls are a little more complicated than other gem puzzle games but still pretty straightforward. You tap on two separate gems to swap them, double tap a board piece to rotate it 180 degrees and ta…

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ZENONIA® Review

Review GAMEVIL USA, Inc. By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 2 months ago
ZENONIA® Review

Zenonia is an action RPG where you play as a young teen fighting your way through demons and other magical creatures as you embark on a perilous journey. Along the way, you will level up, upgrade your skill tree and purchase new items in order to adapt to and defeat the increasingly challenging enemies before you. You control your character using the d-pad to move, and tapping the action button to attack, pick-up items or talk to NPCs. There are also four quick access panels, where sp…

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Hero of Sparta Review

Review Gameloft By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 2 months ago
Hero of Sparta Review

Hero of Sparta is an action adventure game where players take control of King Argos, a fierce Spartan warrior who like most fabled heroes, must embark on a dangerous and epic quest. The game takes you through various levels and putting you against legions of deadly mythical creatures, collecting power-ups, special items and upgrades. The controls are quite effective and work well. You use an on screen joystick to move Argos and tap on the attack and defend buttons with your finger. Th…

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Fieldrunners Review

Review Subatomic Studios, LLC By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 2 months ago
Fieldrunners Review

Fieldrunners is a tower defence game with a difference. Your goal is to place defence towers along a battlefield in order to stop the various enemies as they advance towards your base of operations. However, the way in which you place towers and plan your defence is completely up to you. The controls are incredibly simple. Select a tower of your choice and drag it onto the battlefield. You can also block your enemy’s path, forcing them to go around your towers. This is where fie…

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