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Trigger Fist Review

Trigger Fist Review

It's a surprise more effort hasn't been placed in to creating the next-best multiplayer shooter for mobile and handheld devices, especially considering their popularity on the PC and Console. Titles such as Modern Combat have gone a long way in picking up the slack, but now and then you crave something simpler; something more immediate, and Trigger Fist by Lake Effect Applications fills this niche perfectly. First impressions matter and it's not hard to get a classic Counter Strike ty…

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PITFALL!™ Review

PITFALL!™ Review

For something like a 30th Anniversary you'd think Pitfall would be given a much larger 'hurrah' - the game has gone through differing types of 'remakes' over the years, but now the game has been reduce to an auto-runner. Don't get me wrong, it's a perfect match and ultimately works in Pitfall's favor, but with so many competitors it ran the risk of slipping under the radar. I guess that's the power of a name like Pitfall for a company like Activision - you just can't help but bring at…

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App Wrap Up (Week Ending, August 10th 2012)

Wrapup By Dave Flodine, 2 years ago
App Wrap Up (Week Ending, August 10th 2012)

It's the end of the week and time for the 3rd installment of App Wrap Up. Man, there's just so many games coming out. I guess it's cause everyone is finally gearing up towards the final quarter, which is just game overload for every platform. I guess we can expect to see a lot more of these. As always, we're just posting trailers of games that look like they might have something interesting to offer. Our analysis is based on the trailers. Without further ado, let's begin. Sunshine (Morbidware di Diego Sacchetti) I've played a couple games like this before for review. They're simple 'one touch to jump' platformers that utilise the orbit of planets, kind of like a 2d Super Mario Galax…


QI's top 10 iPhone Games for July 2012

News By Dave Flodine, 2 years ago
QI's top 10 iPhone Games for July 2012

Another month, another list from the Quality Index about the top games of the preceeding month. Let's have a look at what lit up the app store according to popular sentiment. Qi's Top 10 iPhone games of July 2012 1. Bucketz (9.4)2. Song Pop (9.2)3. Bug Princess 2 Black Label (9.2)4. Tone Sphere (9.0)5. Fieldrunners 2 (8.9)6. Squids Wild West (8.9)7. Summoner Wars (8.9)8. Kingdom Rush (8.8)9. Frisbee Forever 2 (8.8)10. Derby Manager (8.8) Our own Top 3 for July should already be available, so check out how Appspy's taste compared to the QI index. Till next month![QI's Top Iphone Games for July 2012]…


Gameloft Reveal 'Wild Blood' - First Unreal Engine Title

News By Andrew Nesvadba, 2 years ago
Gameloft Reveal 'Wild Blood' - First Unreal Engine Title

Of course this isn't the first time we've been teased with a Gameloft 'Unreal Engine' title, but their upcoming game 'Wild Blood' is looking unsurprisingly gorgeous - seriously, the teaser speaks for itself: To keep up with all the reveals, head over to Gameloft's special Facebook page - more artwork is sure to pop up as the game gets closer to its release date. [Wild Blood Reveal Trailer - Youtube / Gameloft 'First Unreal Game' Page - Facebook]…


Top 3 iOS Games for July 2012

Toplist By Andrew Nesvadba, 2 years ago
Top 3 iOS Games for July 2012

Up, down, up, down - this time of year is certainly proving to be a confusing one as we find the occasional bright, shining gem, only to be left dealing with a swathe of average titles that fail to live up to expectations. I'm still holding out hope for August's titles, but for those of you who can't wait lets go over the highlights as we cover the Top 3 iOS games for July, 2012. Editor's Choice: Tentacle Wars (FDG Mobile) $0.99First off the block is a game that takes a formula we've seen played around with in the past, but for the first time in quite a while someone has managed to add a unique twist that adds a surprising amount of depth. Tentacle Wars not only places you in cont…


Mad Skills BMX Trailer

News By Andrew Nesvadba, 2 years ago
Mad Skills BMX Trailer

Developer Turborilla has taken a slightly different approach when it comes to marketing the upcoming release of Mad Skills BMX. Most times a company will stick with the tried-and-true method of fast-editing and lots of buzzwords like 'dynamic' and 'radical' and 'synergistic' (or maybe I'm thinking of the 80s), but Turborilla has other plans... they have a story to tell: . Best of all we'll be getting our pudgy little hands on a copy of the game soon, so we'll be able to let you know as soon as possible what we think of the title. For everyone else the game will be out on Thursday, 16th of August, 2012. [Mad Skills BMX Trailer - Youtube / Turborilla]…


Kid Vector Review

Review UNCADE By Dave Flodine, 2 years ago
Kid Vector Review

In the last few years, there's been an increase in pixel art as a popular style for games. Some of this is that it can be easier to create, but the most prevalent reason is that it throws back nostalgically to the games of many of our childhoods, and as most of us have found out through our lives, mostly to our dismay, nostalgia can color an experience in a positive way based on its connections to our past, regardless of the experience's overall quality. Kid Vector has taken a differen…

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Commando Jack Review

Commando Jack Review

It seems that the tower defense genre has been sort of played out for the last couple of years. Oh yes new games come out that add something interesting to the formula, and games come out that remind us why the genre became so popular to begin with, but it's only in the last year or so we've seen an evolutionary shift in tower defense, and what's more is that this shift is so simple, it's amazing not many developers thought of it before. I am of course talking about allowing the player…

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App Wrap Up (Midweek Edition, 8th August 2012)

Wrapup By Dave Flodine, 2 years ago
App Wrap Up (Midweek Edition, 8th August 2012)

Yesterday i said we had another app wrap up for you and here we go! Remember as always, we can't speak on the quality of these games, just that they look like they might have something interesting to offer. SoundReaktor (Innovative Labs) A rhythm game dealing with loops, samples and sound effects. Kind of giving you overview over a mixing board, hit the button or buttons at the appropriate time to buld the song and keep it going. Bonus buttons look to add to your overall score. This video is one of many on their channel showcasing a playthrough of particular songs, and there's even freestyle options to just play around.[App Store Link] Roxy Dark and the Spydrs (RPGM) Arachn…


Wizorb Review

Wizorb Review

For some it may seem strange to think that brick-breakers were once all the rage, much like physics-flingers like Angry Birds or cutesy puzzlers like Cut the Rope. Wizorb not only pays tribute to this strange era of ball-bouncing, brick-breaking action, but seeks to marry it with action elements, giving you a reason to want to break on through to the other side (as it were). You play as the rather strangely specialized wizard named 'Cyrus' who can transform in to a ball and paddle. Af…

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The Infinity Project 2 Review

The Infinity Project 2 Review

Infinity Project 2 by Crazy Robot Games is an ambitious title - it's clear from even the briefest of time spent in their first-person shooter that it's the culmination of a huge body of effort from a small developer. Let it not be said that the depth of content on offer is unappreciated, however, it's hard not to feel a little disappointed with the way it's presented. You continue your quest from the previous title, fighting against the Talon who have used a time-space portal to invad…

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On the Wind Update

News By Dave Flodine, 2 years ago
On the Wind Update

Back in April, On the Wind was released that took a relaxed approach to the endless runner genre. The first update for the game is now live, and to celebrate, the game has recieved a 50% price drop. The update adds two new modes both catering to those who wished for an easier and more difficult experience. Zen mode is a way to just enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of the game without worrying about the challenge, and for those who have mastered the game, EX mode makes things more difficult. If you missed our review, go take a look. On the Wind is a unique experience if nothing else, and well worth a go, especially with the new content and price drop.[App Store Link]…


The Winners of the Indie Pong Developer Challenge

News By Dave Flodine, 2 years ago
The Winners of the Indie Pong Developer Challenge

Well the Indie Pong Developer Challenge is over, and here are the winners! In third place with a prize of $15,000 is Fong by Eppy Games In second place with a prize of $37,500 is Pong Tournament by Madruse Games And finally the winner, in first place, with a prize of $50,000 is Pong World by zGames All three will be availabe on the app store for purchase, and it's nice to see those that won were some of the more interesting and unique entires in the competition. It's be neat to see this kind of content for other classics in videogame history.…


SolaRola Review

SolaRola Review

I know what you're thinking. It's a game where you roll around. That much you have spot on. However, contrary to what may be going through your head, you are not rolling around a jazz musician or a creature powered by sunlight. No, this is the story of Wiz and Waz, intrepid space explorers who find themselves crashed on an alien world, and have to find the necessary parts to get home, and then  continue their jobs of exploration, collection, and eventually saving the galaxy. Now…

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