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Perfection calmly making its way to the App Store

News By Harry Slater, 1 year, 4 months ago
Perfection calmly making its way to the App Store

Sometimes you don't want to play an angry game about murdering people or aliens, sometimes you just want to cut up shapes until they look like other shapes. And that's precisely what Perfection allows you to do. From the developer of Sling It!, the game is a pleasingly simple experience that sees you drawing lines through different irregular shapes to make another irregular shapes. It boasts that it has infinite variations of puzzles too, which is quite a lot of puzzles. With lots of soothing, endlessly forgiving gameplay to engage with, and a system that means you never have to go back to a puzzle once you've completed it, there's plenty here for the casual gamer to get their teeth into,…


Frozen Synapse headed to iPad

News By Dave Flodine, 1 year, 4 months ago
Frozen Synapse headed to iPad

Frozen Synapse is one of the more innovative turn based strategy titles to come along in recent years. It's a good example of the player dictating their own level of involvement. You have a collection of units that you can assign a string of iterative orders to, and you can test out how these orders will play before confirming. Even more down the rabbit hole, you can assign the visable enemy units orders based on how you think they might react to your movements, or what your foe might be doing on their turn. The level of involvement is insane, is wrapped up in a really cool aesthetic. It will be available on iPad on May 16th. It will be interesting to see if the game loses anything in its t…


Ninja Striker - Striking Ninja Action?

News By Dave Flodine, 1 year, 4 months ago
Ninja Striker - Striking Ninja Action?

It's a pixel platformer with ninjas on the iPhone. Most would be saying to themselves, "Ho hum, like we haven't seen that a thousand times before". I dunno, have a look at the trailer. The numbers that pop out of enemies are kind of amusing, and if the travelling around is as fluid as it looks, this could be a fun time. The game is due out on May 2nd.…


Star Command finally arriving on iOS

News By Harry Slater, 1 year, 4 months ago
Star Command finally arriving on iOS

It's been a long and bumpy road for Star Command, but after two Kickstarter campaigns, $200,000 of crowd funded cash, and a year of slipping release dates, the game is finally set to hit the App Store on the May 2nd. The game puts you in control of your own space ship, letting you build it as you see fit, and populating it with a diverse cast of characters. Once you're jetting about the galaxy you'll encouner diverse alien races and get in laser battles with them, The game's going to hit the App Store for $1.99 and it'll be a universal app, which is quite fitting for a game that's about exploring the cosmos. We've embedded a trailer below for your viewing pleasure, but bear in mind it did…


LEGO Batman: DC Super Heroes Review

Review Warner Bros. By Dave Flodine, 1 year, 4 months ago
LEGO Batman: DC Super Heroes Review

Let this review begin by saying this is a near perfect port of Lego Batman 2: DC Superheroes that was released last year on every other platform imaginable. That it finally came to iOS is no real surprise. If you enjoy the Lego games and haven't given this one a go, then you probably don't need to bother with the rest of this review. Everyone else, let's continue on. The first Lego Batman was a favourite of the series, but mainly focused on the caped crusader and his rogues gallery of…


The House of the Dead: Overkill™­- The Lost Reels Review

Review SEGA By Dave Flodine, 1 year, 4 months ago
The House of the Dead: Overkill™­- The Lost Reels Review

The House of the Dead Overkill was released on the Wii in 2009. The 5th entry in the infamous rail shooter arcade mainstay franchise, this console exclusive diverged from its source material, creating a grindhouse aesthetic with ridiculous over the top characters, plot twists, and more swearing that even Grand Theft Auto is used to. Now in 2013 we have The Lost Reels for the iOS platform, where you take control of either Agent G or Isaac Washington as you blast through deleted scenes,…

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For those who like Skipping Stones

News By Dave Flodine, 1 year, 4 months ago
For those who like Skipping Stones

Skim it! releases on the 2nd of May. It's the same type of game as Paper Toss or Bottle Cap Blitz in that you're using a simple action to gain a high score. As one who never quite got the hang of skipping stones as a child, it intrigues me alone on that factor. Have a look at the trailer.…


App Wrap Up (Week Ending 26th April, 2013)

Wrapup By Dave Flodine, 1 year, 4 months ago
App Wrap Up (Week Ending 26th April, 2013)

Hey hey readers, and welcome to another installment of your favourite feature on the site, the App Wrap Up! It's been a week of transition as we say goodbye to Andrew and welcome on James to fill his place. The video content has been missed, but you will always have good ol' Dave here with his written content (which for the most part, was the backbone of our video content anyway)! Oh, and it's also my birthday, so yes, I am indeed taking time out of this day of celebration to let you know about some games that may have fallen under the radar based on their trailers. We don't have too many this week, so let's get started!   Fill Spector (WOW Inc.) So aside from the game being enjoye…


Dark Avenger gets a dark trailer

News By Harry Slater, 1 year, 4 months ago
Dark Avenger gets a dark trailer

Do you want to be a dark avenger? Do you even know what a dark avenger is? Well, by the looks of the first trailer for Gamevil and Boolean Games's upcoming iOS game, it involves a massive amount of murder, flashing numbers, and picking stuff up. The game appears to be a pretty standard dungeon crawling hack and slasher with expansive character customisation options, lots of loot to find, and screen-fulls of enemies to reduce to quivering wrecks with your sword swinging antics. We don't have any word yet on when the game's coming out, but we wouldn't be surprised to see it landing on the App Store in the next couple of weeks. In the meantime, check out the trailer we've embedded for your pe…


Iron Man 3 - The Official Game Review

Review Gameloft By Dave Flodine, 1 year, 4 months ago
Iron Man 3 - The Official Game Review

The Iron Man franchise is one of cinema's heavy hitters, and thus you can always expect a tie-in videogame to accompany it. The previous movies have all had game tie-ins, and like with most Gameloft releases, they have been of a certain level of quality. Not fantastic, but definitely playable and enjoyable in their own way. Now the last game was a 3D action brawler but since then the endless runner has become the go-to genre on the App Store, so no points if you guessed this is what Ir…

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Run Review

Review Nickelodeon By Dave Flodine, 1 year, 4 months ago
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Run Review

Like many children of the eighties, I have a certain favourable nostalgic lens when it comes to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. As an iPhone games reviewer, I have a certain malaise when it comes to the endless runner genre. Last month's review of Snoopy Coaster showed that an average game can be excused if one enjoys the license, but only slightly. TMNT: Rooftop Run poses the same question, but at least a sigh of relief can be breathed as this is an endless runner that is at least a…

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Rift Hunter

News By Dave Flodine, 1 year, 4 months ago
Rift Hunter

Rift Hunter boasts the combination of classic beat 'em ups like Golden Axe and Final Fight with MMO style community mechanics. If you watch the trailer, you'll also see that it has solid visual presence, a rocking soundtracks, and lots of numbers as you attack your foes (if that kind of this excites you). With multiple classes (each with their own skill tree), and plenty of level content, this could be a fun brawler as long as the controls hold up. Have a look at the trailer. The game is due out some time in May and will be released with a free price tag.…


Puzzle games go off without a Hitch

News By Dave Flodine, 1 year, 4 months ago
Puzzle games go off without a Hitch

Ok, so that one was stretching a little. Hitch is a really interesting puzzle game that kind of plays like a large scale rubix cube creating pathways. Have a look at the trailer to see what i mean. As of now, the game is only available on Android, but the developer has assured me he's working on an iOS version that should be released in May, so keep on the lookout!…


Combo Crew Trailer

News By Dave Flodine, 1 year, 4 months ago
Combo Crew Trailer

A while back we gave you a first look at The Game Bakers' latest project, Combo Crew. Well some more time has passed, and now we have a trailer to show off to you. A release date for sometime in May has been announced. If anything, it will be interesting to see how a beat 'em up like this works with touch controls.…


Thieving Daddies?

News By Dave Flodine, 1 year, 4 months ago
Thieving Daddies?

Yes! Daddy was a Thief is the latest game by Rebel Twins, makers of Crumble Zone. With a fun setup and keeping the same crunchy sound effects their previous title was known for, this looks like a fun spin on the time waster / endless runner genre. Have a look at the trailer! The game is due out on the 9th of May.…