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A Moon For The Sky Review

Review Bulkypix By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 4 months ago
A Moon For The Sky Review

A Moon For The Sky by Bulkypix and Egg Ball follows in the wake of previous titles from the publisher like Pix'n Love Rush as a simple, yet amazingly refreshing arcade title that seems far more addictive than it has any right to be. I don't mean the last statement to be an insult as this basic game oozes enough charm to make coming back for more almost reflexive and when all you're doing is bouncing a moon on a trampoline it's hard to pinpoint why you keep hitting 'continue'. The 'moo…

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Gravity Guy Review

Review Miniclip.com By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 4 months ago
Gravity Guy Review

It's safe to say that we've been here before, what with the running and the gravity flipping and the crazy level designs, but Gravity Guy by Miniclip takes a different approach to the gameplay, opting to challenge players to increasingly insane platforming challenges instead of relying on racing or beating set times to proceed. There are 30 levels in total over three worlds to conquer, however the game's story mode throws out the traditional requirements of jumping back and forth betw…

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ILLUSIA Review

Review GAMEVIL USA, Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 4 months ago
ILLUSIA Review

By now the Korean mobile game developer GAMEVIL has earned an almost permanent free-pass for its new RPGs, having already shown just how well they can pull them off with heavy hitters like HYBRID, ZENONIA and even their sports-based titles like Soccer and Baseball Superstars. ILLUSIA represents another small shift in the game catalog of GAMEVIL and players can now test their platforming and action-RPG skills while attempting to save the world of Aztaran. After picking between the star…

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Clock Blocks Review

Review Reddyset LLC By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 4 months ago
Clock Blocks Review

In a lot of puzzle games you're put up against a timer, attempting to either stay ahead of the curve or reach a solution before the time runs out. In Clock Blocks by 80d Games you have nothing but timers to contend with and once the game starts you're always just a few seconds away from needing to restart the challenge. Each 'puzzle' consists of a series of clock faces of multiple sizes, speeds and directions that need to be used as cannons to propel a ball around the screen. Once the…

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Puzzle Quest 2 Review

Review NAMCO BANDAI Games By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 4 months ago
Puzzle Quest 2 Review

By now, just about every electronic device capable of doing so has been infected with a three-match game of one kind or another and it's not hard to understand why, because simply put 'it sells'. Puzzle Quest 2 by Infinite Interactive and published by Namco on the App Store takes the already insanely addictive formula of three-match and RPG mechanics from Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords and packages it in a new way that remains just as potent as ever. After selecting one of fo…

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Super Stickman Golf Review

Review Noodlecake Studios Inc By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 4 months ago
Super Stickman Golf Review

UPDATE: A recent update has added more courses and achievements, but more importantly players can now duke it out in a 2-4 player multiplayer mode on local or online networks (matchmaking performed through Game Center). What was already an amazingly addictive title has squeezed out a little extra fun and is worth grabbing more than ever before. First there was Stick Golf and the verdict was good. Now, there's Super Stick Golf and Noodlecake Games don't just deserve a hearty golf-clap,…

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Eternal Legacy Review

Review Gameloft By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 4 months ago
Eternal Legacy Review

Eternal Legacy by Gameloft is, unlike the gestalt would imply, a greater game than the sum of its parts. What this JRPG (Japanese RPG) flavored title represents is the genre in its most generic form and while this isn't necessarily a bad thing, it never really manages to lift above this baseline level. Most of the gameplay in Eternal Legacy takes the form of exploration and combat in the 3D realm of Algoad. Instead of random encounters, players engage in battles with roaming packs of…

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Spirits Review

Review Spaces of Play By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 4 months ago
Spirits Review

The iPad version of Spirits by Spaces of Play was released not long ago, however now iPhone and iTouch device users can try their hand at this ethereal Lemmings-inspired puzzler. As you make your way through the 40 currently available levels you'll need to rescue a set amount of leaf spirits before moving on to the next challenge. The game's intuitive controls make this a relatively simple matter as you only need to tap a spirit then select a particular function you wish to perform an…

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Dungeon Hunter 2 Review

Review Gameloft By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 4 months ago
Dungeon Hunter 2 Review

Dungeon Hunter 2 by Gameloft doesn't so much represent a change in direction for action-RPGs on iDevices as much as it is a refinement on the title that came before it. Once again you'll take up the responsibility of an immortal in defense of Gothicus, traveling the wide and varied paths of the world until you can fulfill your destiny as its hero. Two control schemes are available for players to choose from and you can either tap directly or use a virtual stick to move around and sele…

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Infinity Blade Review

Infinity Blade Review

After teasers that had many of us salivating for months on end, ChAIR Entertainment has finally released their gorgeous and engrossing on-rails RPG title Infinity Blade. You'll take the reigns of a luckless hero who is compelled to return to a cursed tower in order to avenge the death of his father, but once you meet your demise (and you will) the mantle of a hero and crusader will be passed to your successive generations until you can crush the God King once and for all. Over the cou…

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Bakery Story Review

Review TeamLava By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 4 months ago
Bakery Story Review

TeamLava are no stranger to the social gaming scene and Bakery Story™ is the latest in their series of titles to attempt to ensnare and ruin the spare time of those who just can't get enough of the virtual-life. The process of succeeding as a virtual bakery store owner is a relatively simple one and players need only to provide a place for their customers to sit down and enjoy their food, while keeping their counters filled with products cooked from their kitchen stations. The a…

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Killing Zone Review

Review CB Project By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 4 months ago
Killing Zone Review

Stop me if you've heard this one before: Zombies now roam the Earth; survivors need to be found and rescued; and you're their last hope with a handful of weapons and a handy-dandy UFO to escape their clutches. Killing Zone by CB Project is a survival action title that pits you against several different scenario types, often requiring mass extermination of the zombie hordes out to kill you. As you earn cash you'll be able to unlock new weapons and upgrades along with a mech that you ca…

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Super Blast 2 Review

Review exozet By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 4 months ago
Super Blast 2 Review

It hasn't been terribly long since the release of Phantoom Entertainment's 'endless' arcade shmup title 'Super Blast' was released in the App Store, but the sequel has already dropped and Super Blast 2 packs a bunch of new features that out muscle its predecessor. Much like the original title the game is an endless adaption of a shoot'em-up where players face an immediate game over if a single enemy gets past them. However this isn't as hard as it sounds as you're outfitted with some…

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Backbreaker 2: Vengeance Review

Review NaturalMotion By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 4 months ago
Backbreaker 2: Vengeance Review

Over a year ago, brutal tackles and deft maneuvers punctuated Backbreaker Football from NaturalMotion and after all of this time players can now pick up the sequel to try their hands not only at dodging their enemies in new ways, but to also turn the tables and tackle some runners in the Vengeance mode. More depth has been added to the classic Tackle Alley mode of Backbreaker as players unlock and utilize new maneuvers to either jump or truck opponents instead of merely dodging your w…

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Braveheart Review

Review Gaijin Entertainment By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 4 months ago
Braveheart Review

As knights go, Richard - the hero of Gaijin Entertainment's latest title, Braveheart - is sort of a quirky character. After practically assaulting the daughter of his liege he is sent out to obtain the Holy Grail from the clutches of a Dragon, however instead of smashing his way through foes he'll spin, spin, spin his way to victory instead. Players have a choice of either controlling Richard purely through gesture controls or a combination of virtual stick/button and gesture controls…

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