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Death Rally Coming To iPhone and iPad 31st March

News By Richard Brown, 3 years, 6 months ago
Death Rally Coming To iPhone and iPad 31st March

Remedy are entering the iOS top-down racing scene tomorrow with their car combat game Death Rally. Available as a universal app for an undisclosed price, Death Rally will feature five cars (to begin with), six tracks, and a multitude of weapons with which to annihilate your fellow competitors. Remedy have integrated Game Center into their arcade driving experience, though multiplayer match-ups will only arrive via a future update. One extra note of interest: look out for the celebrity crossover drivers, including Angry Birds’s Mighty Eagle, Duke Nukem, and Alan Wake’s Barry Wheeler!…


A Moon For The Sky Goes Free For Unspecified Time

News By Richard Brown, 3 years, 6 months ago
A Moon For The Sky Goes Free For Unspecified Time

Egg Ball have made their casual pick up and play puzzler A Moon For The Sky free for an undetermined period on both iPhone and iPad. At the dawn of the millennium, the world of Astrolunia is thrown out of kilter when its Moon begins to wither. Luckily for all concerned, a new moon is harvested relatively quickly, leaving you with the onerous task of bouncing the orb safely into orbit. Draw a line under your celestial body and watch it rebound past obstacles galore, collecting stars and earning achievements in the process. Well, that’s the theory. Should the 18-level campaign prove an insufficient test, A Moon For The Sky’s endless mode will keep you entertained for...ever, we guess.…


Flick Golf Updated With 5 Extra Courses

News By Richard Brown, 3 years, 6 months ago
Flick Golf Updated With 5 Extra Courses

Though it shares the same basic principles as Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12, namely shoot your ball as close to the pin as possible, Flick Golf substitutes EA’s realistic approach with a healthy dollop of fun. Full Fat’s addictive flick-based action has now been updated, with five extra courses and an additional gameplay mode (Quickshot Pro) the standout features. For those rocking iOS 4.1 or higher, Game Center support brings 15 fresh achievements to get your teeth into. And for everyone else, OpenFeint integration takes care of community-based scores and leaderboards. Welcome tweaks to the UI and improvements to the framerate and collision detection make what was already an enjoyable ro…


Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 Lands On App Store Fairway

News By Richard Brown, 3 years, 6 months ago
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 Lands On App Store Fairway

Having rebuilt his personal and professional life after news of his infidelities broke in late 2009, Tiger Woods furthers the rehabilitation process by launching the next iteration of his popular golfing sim on iOS. Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 landed on the App Store green overnight, retailing for $6.99 on iPhone. A HD iPad version should emerge from EA’s rough over the next few days, presumably priced at $9.99. In this edition of the long-established franchise, golfers can tee off from eight real-world courses, from St Andrews to Pebble Beach, and step into the metal spiked shoes of Paul Casey and Tiger himself. Facebook integration allows friends to compare their closest to the pin effort…


Gobtron! - Live Hands-On Preview

News By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 7 months ago
Gobtron! - Live Hands-On Preview

When I saw the screenshots and videos for Gobtron! by Juicy Beast I just had to get my hands on a copy right away - it looked like too much fun! Fortunately, the developers were more than happy to let me tinker away with an early release. With an expected release date of April 1st (no foolin'), there's still a bit of time left for tweaks and changes, so as always these previews may not be entirely accurate as compared to the release copy. Additional screenshots have also been included after the video and if you're interested, check out the game's website for more info. YouTube Preview: Screenshots:…


2Bit Review

Review Industrial Brothers By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 7 months ago
2Bit Review

Arcade games aren't exactly difficult to find on the App Store and at times it can be hard to stay excited as you jump from one title to the next due to their generally repetitive nature. Ironically, abstract titles that strip gameplay elements to the absolute minimum can be insanely addictive and the rise of genres like the endless jumper/runner are a testament to their elegance. 2Bit by Industrial Brothers isn't so much an endless title or a platformer or a shooter, but an abstract…

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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six®: Shadow Vanguard Review

Review Gameloft By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 7 months ago
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six®: Shadow Vanguard Review

Having already shown their deft skills at producing great First Person Shooters on iOS devices, Gameloft have taken up the reins for the Rainbow Six franchise with the release of Shadow Vanguard. The focus on tactical awareness is much sharper than in previous titles like Modern Combat 2 and players will need to command a squad in order to carry out their missions with ghost-like silence. Gone are the days of intense pre-mission setups requiring long tedious memorization of tactical m…

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Drag Tag Smash Review

Review SmashMouth Games Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 7 months ago
Drag Tag Smash Review

Incorporating some sort of interaction between your gameplay and the music that sits in the background is an effective, if somewhat complicated way to engage players in what's happening in the game. Drag Tag Smash by SmashMouth Games combines interactive audio with a strange twist on the Breakout formula, but its ridiculous point scoring and driving beats aren't always enough to keep you coming back for more. The game's name isn't simply for show and players will need to drag their pa…

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Twinflix 2 FREE Review

Review Franco Mellerio By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 7 months ago
Twinflix 2 FREE Review

Twinflix: The Falling Blocks Puzzle by Franco Mellerio is exactly what you think it is (another Tetris-like), but instead of focusing on replicating the single-player experience you'll find yourself constantly competing against opponents, be it an AI or another player around the world. Given the twin-display of the game, you'll be locked in to a portrait layout with the controls arranged in the center along your next block display. Instead of a single rotate button, two directional bu…

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Bizenghast: Wicked Labyrinth Review

Review Tokyopop By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 7 months ago
Bizenghast: Wicked Labyrinth Review

Although not strictly a Manga, Bizenghast, an ongoing Gothic inspired comic by M. Alice LeGrow (otherwise known as Marty) is none-the-less associated with many of its trappings including cosplay. Wicked Labyrinth by Tokyopop seeks to expand the series in to the gaming frontier, but where the comic cleverly deals with the main character Dinah's need to free trapped ghosts every night, the game takes a less subtle approach. Each level places Dinah in a 'maze' complete with traps that ne…

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Pizarro Review

Review Corrino Software By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 7 months ago
Pizarro Review

While you may not have heard about Jezzball, it's likely that if you've owned a desktop PC during the mid to late 90s that you've encountered this simple game in one form or another. Based, in part, on the Arcade classic Qix, it has seen several iterations on the App Store already however Pizarro by Corrino Software has to be the classiest version to date. The basic gameplay revolves around touching the screen to inflate circles and players will need to cover at least 80% of the scree…

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ROBOT 99 Review

Review Fu-design.com By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 7 months ago
ROBOT 99 Review

It should come as no surprise that when the illustrator known as 'Fu' turned his hands towards making a video game it ended up featuring robots. However, ROBOT 99 isn't just a pretty face and while the game is easy to pick up and play, managing to work your way to the final levels might just test your abilities and maybe even your friendships. I mention 'friends' because ROBOT 99 has a built-in co-op feature supporting multi-touch, giving additional players a chance to manipulate the…

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iStunt 2 - Snowboard Review

Review Miniclip.com By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 7 months ago
iStunt 2 - Snowboard Review

Although Winter may be coming to an end, there's no reason to pack in your hopes for enjoying the snow slopes with a bit of snowboarding action thanks to iStunt 2 by Miniclip. Although I should point out that anyone trying to perform the stunts in this game in real life should probably be committed, but hey... what's to stop someone from accidentally inventing a gravity reversing machine in the process. While the early levels of the 42 currently available set a fairly relaxed and mayb…

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Hockey Nations 2011 Pro Review

Review Distinctive Games By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 7 months ago
Hockey Nations 2011 Pro Review

Finding a decent Ice Hockey title isn't always easy and while the 2K series certainly has its charms it's not always the most complete in its representation of the sport. Hockey Nations 2011 Pro by Distinctive Developments attempts to pack in a whole lot of features while still looking and feeling great, but a few rough edges keep it from really leading the pack. For those not already embedded in the sport, attempting to fathom how to approach the game can be challenging as there's no…

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iOS Developers Band Together For A Good Cause

News By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 7 months ago
iOS Developers Band Together For A Good Cause

Like some sort of guardian angel, the gaming community has often shown its dedication and compassion to great causes with a fervor and spirit that's humbling. With the recent crisis in Japan developers have banded together in order to raise funds for victims in the country and as a special offer many have decided to give their games away for free while directing people to donate to charitable organizations. AppsJP.com and iPhoneGamerUK have banded together to give codes away to those who are willing to donate and the list of available games is nothing short of impressive. Due to the serious damage caused by the earthquake and tsunami in northern part of Japan, AppsJP in collaboration wit…