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Amateur Surgeon 2 Review

Review [adult swim] By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 8 months ago
Amateur Surgeon 2 Review

Alan Probe and his backyard surgery antics are back again in Amateur Surgeon 2, but things aren't quite the same as before as Alan is now a retiree (forced) and his skills have atrophied over time. At least that's the reason they've given for needing to polish up your skills from scratch again, but then again I'm all for any excuse to perform life threatening operations out of a dirty bathtub. Much like the previous title you'll play a virtual game of Operation (or for Nintendo gamers…

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Hedgehog Launch Review

Review Armor Games Inc By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 8 months ago
Hedgehog Launch Review

If you're like me, you're probably a regular denizen of popular free Flash game haunts like Armor Games. If so, then you'll probably also be familiar with Hedgehog Launch and as such you'll need little in the way of convincing to spend some time flinging this fur-ball in to the wild blue yonder. In Hedgehog Launch your aim is to get the little bundle of spines in to space, breaking Earth's orbit once and for all. To initiate a launch you'll need to drag and release the sling holding y…

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Stackster - Retro Brick Breaking Action is Back Review

Review Russ Kumro By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 8 months ago
Stackster - Retro Brick Breaking Action is Back Review

It's no surprise that every now and then developers like to cast a line out to the past to see if they can't revive or reshape games that shaped the industry as we know it know, BIT.TRIP BEAT is just one such title. 'Stackster - Retro Brick Breaking Action is Back' by Russ Kumro makes no bones about its sources and while it doesn't try to reinvent the wheel, it adds enough of a spin to this classic genre to help it to fit in with modern tastes. The game is situated in a vertical orien…

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Gobliiins Hits the AppStore

News By Callum Webster, 3 years, 8 months ago
Gobliiins Hits the AppStore

Bulkypix has released Gobliiins; the classic Point & Click adventure, revamped and re-released for the iPhone and iPad. Checkout the YouTube preview: App Info: The Kingdom of King Angoulafre has been enjoying peace and prosperity for years. Suddenly, the king is suffering from strange pains for which there seems to be no explanation. Our three inseparable Gobliiins, Hooter, Dwayne and BoBo accept the mission of finding the Wizard Niak in order to save the king. Travel through fantastic lands to find the perfect cure to save the king of his mysterious illness. Take control of the gobliiins to solve all the puzzles thanks to their special capacities. You will rediscover th…


Amateur Surgeon 2 Released

News By Callum Webster, 3 years, 8 months ago
Amateur Surgeon 2 Released

Adult Swim has released a sequel to Amateur Surgeon 2 for the special launch price of $0.99. Checkout the YouTube preview: App Info: Alan Probe is back with new patients, new surgeries, and a whole slew of medical ethics violations. Taking place 51 years after the events of the first Amateur Surgeon, Amateur Surgeon 2 brings Alan Probe out of retirement to contend with twenty new surgical procedures of questionably necessary proportions. Facial reconstruction. Clowning emergencies. And a squidectomy. Grab your pizza cutter! Features - 20 new surgeries- All-new patients including Uncle Chuckles and Cap'n Splinters- Upgrade your tools and make them faster/easier/more accurate…


EVAC Review

Review Hexage.net By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 8 months ago
EVAC Review

Pac-Man never had it this hard - sure it's no picnic trying to chomp your way through mazes while being chased by the undead, but it's not like he had spikes to contend with! Pink has a heck of a job ahead of him as he attempts to escape the clutches of Shadow in EVAC, but with a bit of foresight and a few power-ups you'll be able to turn the tide in your favor. Given that your only goal is to move your way around a neon 2D maze, the controls are kept equally simple with a simple dot…

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Kiko: The Last Totem Review

Review FABULAPPS By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 8 months ago
Kiko: The Last Totem Review

I'm kind of weird in that I don't find a puzzle to be overly satisfying unless I feel like breaking something in half before inspiration strikes me and all is calm once again. Kiko: The Last Totem currently provides 150 chances to throw your iDevice in to a blender with its infuriatingly cute puzzles that can be shared with your friends, so at least they too can know your anguish. The aim of Kiko is to get Kiko and his friends to sit comfortably on their respective pads before the lev…

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Zombie Crisis 3D Review

Review KONGZHONG CORPORATION By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 8 months ago
Zombie Crisis 3D Review

One of my biggest pet-peeves for rail-shooters is just how robotic some of them feel; sure you move around to cover, but the smooth transitions often feel out of place or outright ridiculous as hordes of enemies just happen to lie in wait at a vantage-point that's perfect for you. Zombie Crisis 3D by KONGZHONG has no such illusion and you'll be wading knee-deep in the remains of your foes as you frantically scour a laboratory of its infectious denizens. Instead of dealing with a compl…

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Death Worm Review

Review PlayCreek By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 8 months ago
Death Worm Review

Over three years ago the indie game Death Worm by Game Maker community member JTR made a splash with its members and since then it has gone on to see many variations as others attempted to cash in on the concept. Now fans of the original can get their hands on an official version for the iPhone thanks to PlayCreek and it's clear that sometimes you can't compete with the genuine article. Players can control their unholy beast with an analogue stick that provides a surprising amount of…

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.Ascend Review

Review Alternative Shift By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 8 months ago
.Ascend Review

Ascend by Alternative Shift is an interesting, minimalistic title that challenges players to fly their way around the screen while avoiding the ever-persistent threat from fairies that don't enjoy being blown around. After spending a brief moment wrestling with the game's control scheme it became almost second nature to swipe and generate a small breeze to move around. An indicator provides you with the location of the next closest objective in your area, however as you collect more '…

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Death Worm makes it to the AppStore.

News By Callum Webster, 3 years, 8 months ago
Death Worm makes it to the AppStore.

I had a lot of fun playing Super Mega Worm on my iPhone, so was quite happy to see the indie game Death Worm make its way to the platform. It's pretty much a polished version of SMW but with longer gameplay and some additional features. Surely worth checking out. Here's the YouTube preview: Features: - 45 levels on 3 different locations- 1 bonus mini-game- 30 enemy types- 3 worm types- Retina display support!- Game Center Leaderboards and Achievements! Get Death Worm for $0.99 on the AppStore!…


Zombigotchi Review

Review finkbom By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 8 months ago
Zombigotchi Review

Tamagotchi was easily one of the first things I willingly tried to forget about the 90s, but it was hard to escape the madness of these egg-shaped fiends. However fate clearly has other plans for me as I now face Zombigotchi by finkbom and I've taken solace in the fact that the idea of having a pet zombie isn't exactly so bad. At first there's not a lot in the way of actual gameplay for Zombigotchi, or rather the act of stabbing buttons or stroking your zombie is really only a toy des…

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Shoot To Kill Now Out

News By Callum Webster, 3 years, 8 months ago
Shoot To Kill Now Out

Vivid Games and Tower Studios have released their new 'modern classic-arcade blast'em up' Shoot to Kill on AppStore for the iPhone and iPad. Checkout the Trailer: App Info: Trapped inside a protective pentagram you must fight off all manner of demons. Although the lack of movement may seem stifling at first, it soon becomes a blessing in disguise, allowing you to fire an avalanche of well directed bullets, light rays and missiles at a frenetic pace. The Apple iPhoneTM & Apple iPod touch® versions of Shoot to Kill feature multiplayer mode, Full Escape from Hell campaign (continue enabled), awesome Retina Display visuals (for iPhone4TM), 4 survival games, 14 different d…


Doodle Lab101 Codes Up For Grabs! - Winners Announced

News By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 8 months ago
Doodle Lab101 Codes Up For Grabs! - Winners Announced

UPDATE: Entries have closed for this competition and the winners for this giveaway were: zachoines, Fractalrock1 and ColeDaddy A big thanks to everyone that entered and for those that didn't we'll try to get more promos over time to reward our readers! It's great to see so many enthusiastic responses ;) Original Post: FunTribe, the developers of Doodle Lab101 have provided AppSpy with a handful (3) of codes for their latest release. If you'd like to try your luck we'll hand out these codes to three lucky readers and all you'll have to do is leave a comment on this post over the next 24 hours. This isn't a first-in-best-dressed competition, but if you can make your comment interesting th…


CAPCOM ARCADE Review

Review CAPCOM By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 9 months ago
CAPCOM ARCADE Review

If you spent any time at an arcade in the 80s or 90s or you have immense personal luck of having a classic arcade remaining open in your area, then you should already be familiar with the lineup of CAPCOM ARACDE as it sports a classic quartet of titles that are likely to have devoured your spare change in the past. Players can choose from four basic titles, opting to spend their in-game tokens on Street Fighter 2, Ghouls 'N Ghosts, 1942 or Commando. Three free tokens are handed out ev…

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