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Supernauts Review

Review Grand Cru By Alex Beech, 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Supernauts Review

Where Supernauts differs from other free-to-play world-building games like Clash of Clans or The Sims Freeplay, is that it doesn’t constrain your creativity with set structures. Instead it lets you make whatever you desire on your tiny world from a series of blocks, essentially taking the freedom of Minecraft, and applying it in a free-to-play context. The game takes place on an asteroid. Controlling your Supernaut you use the "zapper" - a device with a wonderfully '70…

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Tweet Land Review

Review WHY IDEAS LTD By Andrew Nesvadba, 2 years, 10 months ago
Tweet Land Review

When someone tells me about a game that features 'randomly generated' gameplay elements, I can't help but cringe as it's either not as 'random' as the person suggests, or said randomness gets in the way of an otherwise decent title. Sadly Tweet Land by Why Ideas and Tree Interactive falls in to the second category and while the idea of having 'The Internet' influence your game may sound great, it invariably results in an inconsistent experience. Your task involves nothing more than ta…

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Toyshop Adventures Review

Review Glu Games Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Toyshop Adventures Review

With the amount of physics based platformers on the App Store it seemed all but inevitable for a game to appear based on Little Big Planet. Toyshop Adventures by Glu is a freemium title where you'll explore various toy themed areas in order to reclaim the shop owner's lost marbles, making use of power-ups purchased with these marbles (or with your own cash) to reach the many hidden niches in each level. Toyshop Adventures doesn't mess around with the controls and players can move thei…

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iJumpman Review

Review Andi McClure By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 9 months ago
iJumpman Review

In this day and age with our new fangled technologies and high processing power game systems, sometimes its nice to go back to basics. What's even nicer is if you go back to platforming and put a new spin on things. In iJumpman you control a man straight out of the Atari 2600 as he strives to jump over obstacles and find the exit. The most important aspect of a platformer to get right are the controls, and this is where iJumpman fails. There are two schemes, a touch scheme and buttons…

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Call of Duty: Zombies Review

Call of Duty: Zombies Review

World at War Zombies is an iPhone port of the popular game mode from the console versions of Call of Duty: World at War. For those of you who are familiar with the Zombies mode of World at War, the core gameplay here is still the same. You’ll need to fend off waves of incoming zombie soldiers while repairing barriers and purchasing new guns to make killing easier. Players control the zombie killing action by using the iPhone’s touch screen and tapping on the appropriate bu…

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ZoMbiE ciTy - ePIsoDe 2.1: HaLLowEEn in PANIC! Review

Review Retarded Arts By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 3 months ago
ZoMbiE ciTy - ePIsoDe 2.1: HaLLowEEn in PANIC! Review

Zombie City is a tower defence type shooter where players must defend their base from waves of zombie attacks. You also earn cash by killing zombies, allowing you to repair your base walls, buy grenades or buy new weapons. The controls are simple. Flick the screen in the opposite direction you want to shoot. This makes some sense since your first and major weapon in the game is a bow and arrow. However, this means that you are constantly flicking and after a while can get quite tireso…

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