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Braveheart Review

Review Gaijin Entertainment By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 9 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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Star Shipping Inc. HD Review

Review Corbomite Games By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 9 months ago
Star Shipping Inc. HD Review

It's always great to see a developer with a sense of humor, especially when it's focused on such a niche area like sci-fi fandom. Star Shipping Inc. focuses on the space-trading common to games like Privateer and Freelancer and shakes it up with a random element to speed things up and to add a challenge to ferrying goods across the universe. The game is entirely menu driven and easy to navigate, with most major actions being available in the center of the screen and additional slides…

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Hooga™ Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 9 months ago
Hooga™ Review

Hooga by Chillingo and iQuilibrium is a surprisingly large platformer that puts you in the place of an angry caveman out to rescue his bride. And before anyone starts, I'll side-step the whole 'cavemen and dinos didn't exist together' because like any good schlocky period title Hooga is jam packed with anachronisms to keep things amusing. Much of the gameplay in Hooga follows the usual tropes of a platformer, with pitfalls, spring-pads and ropes aplenty to navigate around each level.…

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ROCK BAND Reloaded Review

Review Electronic Arts By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 9 months ago
ROCK BAND Reloaded Review

With over a year since the previous release of ROCK BAND on the App Store, Electronic Arts and Harmonix have finally released their next in the series, Reloaded. Much like the first release you're given 15 songs in the initial pack and a handful of paid and free song packs on offer right away. However the real standout feature with this release is the ability to sing your way to victory. Players can choose to jump in to the role of playing the guitar, bass, drums or vocals of a band a…

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They Need To Be Fed Review

Review YoYo Games Ltd. By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 9 months ago
They Need To Be Fed Review

By and large, one of the biggest challenges in most platformers is mastering the game's jumping mechanics to navigate an increasingly complex environment. Whether you're timing your jump to land just before making a kill or attempting to reach that elusive power-up, it's a struggle we've all shared. They Need To Be Fed by YoYo Games simplifies things by preventing players from being able to 'fall', but in its place is a gravity system that's just as likely to challenge your timing and…

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Feed Al: A Finger Physics Odyssey Review

Review PressOK Entertainment By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 9 months ago
Feed Al: A Finger Physics Odyssey Review

While I may love puzzle titles, one problem that seems to plague them is that they end. It may sound trite, but when you're really absorbed in a puzzle it can be a disappointment to know that you have nothing left to do. Feed Al: A Finger Physics Odyssey by PressOK Entertainment attempts to pair their popular Finger Physics franchise with an 'endless' puzzle system that evolves to not only challenge your lateral-thinking skills, but to give you a near unique challenge on every playthro…

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Scarlett and the Spark of Life: Scarlett Adventures Episode 1 Review

Review Launching Pad Games By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 9 months ago
Scarlett and the Spark of Life: Scarlett Adventures Episode 1 Review

Traditional adventure titles are somewhat of a rarity these days and while the genre has survived thanks to casual hidden-object and even puzzle variations, there's just something far more satisfying about completing a game using your wits and logic while being absorbed in a great story. Scarlett and the Spark of Life by Launching Pad Games is the first episode in what will hopefully become a regular series as it's hard not to be entranced by this game's amusing and tongue in cheek sty…

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Spectrum Shock Review

Review BoxFrog Games ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 9 months ago
Spectrum Shock Review

Attempting to come up with something unique isn't always easy, especially when it comes to arcade shooters, but Spectrum Shock by BoxFrog Games attempts to fuse the iDevices tilt controls with an interesting shooter concept that will have you spinning to keep up with the action. As a basic endless arcade title, your only goal is to survive as long as possible while taking out as many enemies before you run out of energy. To shoot, players need only to tap the enemy they're after and o…

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Dino Rush Review

Review Nemoid Studio By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 9 months ago
Dino Rush Review

By now most people will be familiar with the horizontal runner style of arcade titles, especially considering their popularity, so it's great to see a company like Nemoid Studio attempting to play with the formula in 'Dino Rush'. Dundy the dinosaur is a hungry little hatchling and you'll need to help him to navigate the dangerous prehistoric landscape of jungles, volcanoes and frozen tundra to feed his ravenous appetite. The basics of Dino Rush will be familiar to genre fans and while…

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Zoo Rescue Review

Review Tapulous, Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 9 months ago
Zoo Rescue Review

If you thought Tap Tap Revenge creator Tapulous was limited to only creating rhythm games then you'd be sorely mistaken as their latest release 'Zoo Rescue' couldn't be further from the rhythm style of tap titles. Zoo Rescue is a physics based action title where you need to fly your helicopter through cavernous deeps to rescue animals from their disastrous attempt to run away. Tapping the screen will provide your helicopter with some lift and tilting will angle your direction appropri…

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Front Runner Review

Review Tactile Entertainment By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 9 months ago
Front Runner Review

From Wario-ware inspired micro-games to addictive Tamagotchi-esque creature simulators, Tactile Entertainment definitely has a pedigree of attempting unique and involving titles. Their latest game 'Front Runner' is no exception and where flashy bullet-hell bonanzas are the norm, this title goes for something a little more off the beaten track.   Players take control of the Front Runner in an attempt to dispense a bit of payback against annoying space 'villains' that seem more…

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Zapples Review

Review Carried Away Games By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 9 months ago
Zapples Review

In Zapples by Carried Away Games your goal is to clear the screen of as many orbs as possible by setting off a chain reaction with a single touch, zapping the orbs and holding them in place while the others continue to bounce around. It's a formula that has been seen before in games like Sneezies and Splode, though instead of the chain reaction being set off by orbs being flung around the screen, Zapples are held in place by the electric shock they're given. Once caught they'll become…

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SideFlip Review

Review iVoltage By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 9 months ago
SideFlip Review

I've said it before and I guess it bears repeating, but I'm a bit weird when it comes to games I consider relaxing; SideFlip's challenging logic puzzle gameplay is the kind of game I could easily flip open and enjoy without hesitation. This is in part thanks to the insanely simple system of using a basic swipe/drawing system to solve the puzzles. Your aim is to cause the board's tiles to match either horizontally or vertically (depending on the puzzle) by drawing a path over the tiles…

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Miniclip, Gravity Guy, Fragger 1.5 - Oh and Free Codes!

News By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 9 months ago
Miniclip, Gravity Guy, Fragger 1.5 - Oh and Free Codes!

So you may already be familiar with Miniclip and their popular physics based puzzler Fragger, but what about Gravity Guy? In what looks to be another take on games like Gravity Runner and Monorace, Gravity Guy pits players against impossible platforming situations over 30 levels. And for those of you who can't help but scratch that multiplayer itch, you'll also be able to play against your friends. YouTube Trailer: Also, to celebrate the release of Fragger version 1.5 complete with its Winter themed levels, Miniclip have three codes to give away! BUT... to make things interesting we've hidden the codes and you'll need to use a HUUUUGE amount of intuition to find where we may hav…


Doodle Invasion Review

Review Clickgamer.com By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 9 months ago
Doodle Invasion Review

It's all too easy to let your eyes slip over games that profess the formulaic title of 'Doodle <verb>', however despite the usual stylistic hallmarks in Doodle Invasion from Clickgamer, you'd be doing the game a disservice for dismissing it out of hand. The premise is a relatively simple one as invading blobs attempt to take over a beach (and subsequently the world) and you'll have to hold off the incoming tide long enough to destroy the creature spawning forth these tentacled d…

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