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FAA's Free App of the Day – Flick Golf!

News By Andrew Nesvadba, 2 years ago
FAA's Free App of the Day – Flick Golf!

We're working together with the team at Free App Alliance to highlight a great free app for you to check out everyday. Do you find yourself with spare seconds you wish were filled with Golf? No? Don't worry, if you dive in to Flick Golf! I can guarantee you'll be wishing you had more time to play this elegant flick-and-play arcade title. "Flick Golf! is an extremely casual golf game. You don't have to wear funny pants or hire a caddy in this game, for example. Oh, and you don't have to spend countless hours picking the perfect club with which to take your next shot. In fact, there are no clubs.As its name suggest, you simply flick, spin, and curve your ball by swiping on your devi…


3volution - A Primordial Soup Challenge Review

Review ZAKI By Dave Flodine, 2 years ago
3volution - A Primordial Soup Challenge Review

Why is the E in evolution turned around into a 3 for the sake of this title? Well because the whole concept of primordial evolution is apparently aided by three helpers named Nunstuck, Git, and Slotermeyer. 3Volution has you evolving through life forms in what amounts to sort of a high speed soccer game, complete with power-ups and obstacles creating an experience that can be unfair and over before you know it, but set up so that you instantly press retry to give the whole affair anoth…

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Jet Set Radio grinds onto the App Store

News By Harry Slater, 2 years ago
Jet Set Radio grinds onto the App Store

Of all the Dreamcast era classics that Sega produced - and believe me, there are many - Jet Set Radio stands out as jewel in the crown. Its mix of breakneck speed, gorgeous cel-shaded graphics, pumping soundtrack, and sub cultural cool made it one of the finest games of its generation. And now it's back on iOS. For just $4.99 you can carry a faithful recreation of the rollerblading phenomenon around with you in your pocket, sating whatever street art lusts you get in a legal and incredibly fun manner. Jet Set Radio is available from the App Store now, and it's compatible with anything from the 3GS up. You should go download it now, or maybe wait for our review. Your call.…


Jet Set Radio Review

Review SEGA By Andrew Nesvadba, 2 years ago
Jet Set Radio Review

Some games stick in your mind, not because they were particularly fun to play, but because it managed to grab you through its artistic expression. Strangely this isn't an uncommon thing, especially amongst games in the Indie scene, but Jet Set Radio is far from a small title and despite its age there's still something almost unquantifiable about its appeal. However, porting over a title comes with risks and challenges, especially when talking about the iOS platform and while much of t…

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FAA's Free App of the Day – GemCraft

News By Andrew Nesvadba, 2 years ago
FAA's Free App of the Day – GemCraft

We're working together with the team at Free App Alliance to highlight a great free app for you to check out everyday "GemCraft is an interesting tower defence title that has been played online more than 90 million times.Your aim in this title is pretty much the same as it is in every other tower defence title: build defensive obelisks and prevent waves of invading monsters from reaching your base (a mana crystal, on this occasion).In GemCraft, you do this using eight magical jewels that all have special abilities. You can combine these gems and craft new multi-coloured crystals that boast even more potent powers. This mobile version of the game features a touchscreen-friendl…


Steam punk train racing heading to iOS

News By Harry Slater, 2 years ago
Steam punk train racing heading to iOS

Realore, the developers behind the Roads to Rome series has released a trailer for its fortch coming steampunk train racer, Jet Trains. The game is all about leading your jet powered train along a series of treacherous tracks, jumping out of the way of obstacles and defeating your rivals. With 31 levels, bosses to defeat, and plenty of challanges to complete as well, it looks like the game is going to offer a decent chunk of content when it's released sometime next month. In the meantime, check out the video below and see if Jet Trains is going to be something that's right up your track.…


Trauma Ted Review

Trauma Ted Review

We've all played oh so many games like Trauma Ted. The quick, easy to play bursts of puzzle-y goodness, the simple yet endearing art and music, the level menu strewn with numbered tiles for all the options available. It seems that aside from some revolutionary gameplay ideas, the only thing that can make a game like this interesting after so many others is the premise. Well how about helping an injured cat with a migraine feed his painkiller addiction level by level, utilizing wrap aro…

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Nun Attack Review

Review Frima By Dave Flodine, 2 years ago
Nun Attack Review

Nuns with Guns. This statement depending on who you are can sound foolish, hilarious, or awesome. It's our opinion that Frima studio was counting on that last option as Nun Attack is a strategy action title that pits a cadre of devout gun-toting Catholics against the forces of the undead in order to stop the terrible reign of their fallen sister... and really it's more action than strategy. Each level consists of two portions. The first is dragging the sisters along a predetermined pa…

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infinite Review

infinite Review

When you call your game Infinite, you create certain expectations in the player's mind. Seeing that this game is a consistent travel through the colored vastness of space to collect enough energy to birth stars, while dodging abstract obstacles and oppressive black holes, the name is apt. One touch control is the name of the game here. Your... whatever you are will orbit the planet, and touching the screen will extend that orbit outwards, allowing collection of energy that is further…

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Stan is Parashooting into the App Store Mid December

News By Dave Flodine, 2 years ago
Stan is Parashooting into the App Store Mid December

Parashoot Stan is a new breed of endless runner spear-headed by Chris Seavor (ex-RARE employee, probably best known for being the project lead on Conker's Bad Fur Day on the N64). This is the first release by his studio, Gory Detail, but they are working on other projects as well. Here's the trailer for Parashoot Stan. The game will be released at the $0.99 mark, and will have in-app purchases available to fast track the player. We'll let you all know when the game is released sometime next month.…


Heroes of Order & Chaos delayed for Android

News By Harry Slater, 2 years ago
Heroes of Order & Chaos delayed for Android

We weren't that enamoured with Gameloft's MOBA Heroes of Order & Chaos. It had some nice ideas, but they got a bit lost under connectivity issues, which just isn't good enough for an online only game. However, Android gamers haven't even had a chance to find out about the stability issues, because despite Gameloft promising a simultaneous release, the game is still conspicuous in its absence from the Google Play Store. This is because Gameloft is tinkering with some server issues they've discovered with the Android version. So hopefully Android players should have a far more stable experience when it does release than iOS players have been suffering. So if you're waiting with baited b…


App Wrap Up (Weekend Edition, 26th November, 2011)

Wrapup By Dave Flodine, 2 years ago
App Wrap Up (Weekend Edition, 26th November, 2011)

Hey hey folks. It's Monday and summer is really started to hit hard over here. How can I tell? The hayfever has begun! As i try to ignore my dripping nose and itchy eyes, here are some games from the App Store that may have fallen under the radar. Based on their trailers, we're gonna take a look at them, and if you like what you see, well you can always click the app store link and give the game a go! Let's begin. Real Boxing (Vivid Games S.A.) Maybe it's memories of Mike Tyson's Punch Out, but I have a soft spot for boxing games. Now this one looks fun enough, but in the end, that all comes down to the controls. If they're well executed, players will definitely be in a pugilist para…


Crumble Crumble

News By Dave Flodine, 2 years ago
Crumble Crumble

Move away good people lest you get hurt. We're about to enter the Crumble Zone. Releasing this week on the 29th, it looks to be a fun little high score action game with some fantastic sound effects and tactility. The trailer will show you what I mean.…


Take Minecraft into the real world

News By Harry Slater, 2 years ago
Take Minecraft into the real world

If you've ever slaved over an impressive creation in Minecraft, then you know how satisfying it is to stand back and marvel at your work. Well, imagine if everyone else in the world could do that as well. Thanks to Minecraft Reality, that's now a very real possible. The iOS app lets you upload your creations to the real world, leaving them there for others to find using their iPhone or iPad cameras. It's a clever application of AR technology, and as you can see in the video below, it lets you change the world in some pretty cool, innovative ways. Minecraft Reality is available from the App Store right now for $1.99, and if you still need to be swayed, check out the video of the app in act…