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Mushroom Age (Full) Review

Review G5 Entertainment By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
Mushroom Age (Full) Review

Hidden object games (HOGs) have certainly earned their place in the casual gaming market and continue to prove moderately successful despite their somewhat absurd gameplay justifications. Mushroom Age is latest HOG from G5 Entertainment and if you can get past the rather groan-worthy writing and voice acting you might just find yourself playing an occasionally surprising adventure title. When players aren't solving the handful of alternative brain-teasers, they'll be tapping the scree…

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Alienz Review

Review Kuyi Mobile By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
Alienz Review

Don't expect a fair fight in Alienz by Kuyi Mobile, because you're destined to fail. In this near-endless action arcade title you're given the task of defending Earth from the invasion of a cute alien horde by deploying giant weapons around the planet to shoot them down. Alienz immediately kicks things off with a simple upgrade system that ensures a decent amount of replayability as you play around with the play-style that works best for you. Your basic weapon is a giant cannon that c…

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Tetra3D - A 3D Game Review

Review GeniApps By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
Tetra3D - A 3D Game Review

One of my favorite games on the Amiga was a simple clone of Tetris set in a 3D environment, Blockout. Various iterations have occurred down the line, but 'Tetra3D - A 3D Game' by GeniApps is one of the first I've seen for the App Store. Unlike other 3D-Tetris variants, Tetra3D is set in an isometric view which presents a few problems, the first of which is a blocked point of view while the blocks fall. Thankfully the game corrects this flaw by allowing the block to hover above the 3D…

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Monster Dash Coming August 19th

News By Callum Webster, 3 years, 11 months ago
Monster Dash Coming August 19th

Aussie Dev Studio Halfbrick, the creators of Fruit Ninja have announced the upcoming release of their second iPhone App Monster Dash. The new action-runner brings together all the elements we've come to love from games like Canabalt and Robot Unicorn Attack but with multiple levels, unique monsters and a new main hero: Barry Steakfries. A trailer has been released in Halfbricks classic style (as we recall from the original Fruit Ninja Trailer). Checkout the Trailer: App Info: Monster Dash is an action game starring the lovable hero Barry Steakfries as he runs and shoots monsters with nothing to lose! Travel through portals to visit exotic world locations, battling demons, mummie…


Meow Meow Happy Fight Review

Review Big Pixel Studios By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
Meow Meow Happy Fight Review

Anyone familiar with Piyo Blocks will already be somewhat indoctrinated to the kind of carefree fun that seems to run rampant in games by Big Pixel Studios. Meow Meow Happy Fight the latest title from the developer and absolutely no time is wasted in ensuring those playing this twin-stick shooter end up with a huge smile on their faces. Those familiar with twin-stick shooters can expect nothing out of the ordinary, with the left stick controlling movement and the right aiming your wea…

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Osmos Review

Review Hemisphere Games By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
Osmos Review

Osmos by Hemisphere Games isn't your typical physics based game and after a brief stint on the iPad, iPhone owners can also check out this simple and absorbing title. In the Blobiverse, Newton's laws are king and you'll need to exploit your ability to fire bits of yourself in order to absorb smaller life-forms until you're the largest around. Osmos is an elegantly simple title to get in to, with 27 missions to introduce new players to each of the game's different modes and concepts. B…

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Yogo The Turtle Review

Review digiTalented By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
Yogo The Turtle Review

Yogo The Turtle by digiTalented is a vertical climber with a bit of a twist and instead of an endless vertical corridor to conquer, you'll explore stage after stage of fixed challenges in an attempt to save your village. In order to make your way up the series of stages, you'll need to fling Yogo between spinning orbs and trampolines, tilting your device to correct your trajectory and survive attacks from various creatures in your way. Flicking the screen will cause Yogo to jump from…

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Junglestew Review

Review WEBER Mobile Games By Drew , 3 years, 11 months ago
Junglestew Review

Whack-a-mole style games have a tendancy to be a bit boring on the App Store, if only because they're an 'easy' idea for those out to make their first title. However, Junglestew by WEBER Mobile Games doesn't mess about and you'll have to be on your A-game to accurately punch out each 'Livingstone' as they attempt to escape the cannibal's stew. What's really surprising about Junglestew is the addition of 21 challenge modes that will test your accuracy and skill for each of the game's a…

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Crimson Gem Saga Review

Review SK Telecom By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
Crimson Gem Saga Review

In a move I would love to see followed by other major RPG developers, Atlus' JRPG title 'Crimson Gem Saga' has found its way on to the App Store and fans of the genre will dive right in and feel at home with its simple, classic style.  Converting a title to the iPhone isn't always a smooth process and sometimes that controls are likely to suffer in the transition and Crimson Gem Saga is no different in this regard. Sticking with the 'fixed' control is heartily recommended and pla…

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Dark Nebula - Episode Two Review

Review Free Lunch Design AB By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
Dark Nebula - Episode Two Review

'Dark Nebula - Episode 2' by 1337 Game Design is the latest in the Dark Nebula series to grace the App Store and fans of the original can expect bigger and better things from this self-proclaimed Labyrinth 'on steroids'. Dark Nebula places you in control of an orb traveling through six different environments and 19 levels, tilting your way through dangerous trap filled zones and in a new twist you'll also be able to bring the fight to your enemies with a brand new combat system. The t…

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Chop Chop Soccer Review

Review Gamerizon By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 12 months ago
Chop Chop Soccer Review

The Chop Chop series from Gamerizon expands again as gamers are now set to try their hands (or hand as it were) at an arcade-style Soccer title. The signature one-finger style of control that has defined this sometimes amazing series has continued through to Chop Chop Soccer as well. In order to accommodate the rather stripped back control scheme, Chop Chop Soccer does away with any faithful recreation of the classic football game and sticks to the basics with teams consisting of thre…

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Dead Runner Coming Soon

News By Callum Webster, 3 years, 12 months ago
Dead Runner Coming Soon

Distinctive Games will soon be releasing Dead Runner. You run in 1st Person through a 3D forest of trees and mist, avoid obstacles and see how far a distance you can run before the evil catches you. The concept seems similar to flash game-iphone adaptations like canabalt or robot unicorn attack but with limited bonuses and a 3D environment utilizing  atmosphere and sound to heighten player involvement.   Checkout the YouTube Preview: App Info: Immersed in a nightmare set in a haunted forest you are lost and running away from an unknown evil that is prowling through the woods. You cannot hide or stop for it will find you, catch you and take you.. Features: - Hauntin…


Predators Lite Now Available

News By Callum Webster, 3 years, 12 months ago
Predators Lite Now Available

Fox Digital and Chillingo have released a lite version of their recently released movie-tie-in action game Predators. App Info: 'PREDATORSTM LITE' lets you sample various weapons and killing techniques in a specially created super mission from the officially licensed action game, based on the latest chapter of the hit franchise, PREDATORSTM presented by Robert Rodriguez. Checkout our Video Review for the Full Version of Predators for the iPhone: Read the Full Review. Get Predators Lite for Free on the AppStore.…


Kaboom's Paratrooper Review

Review Kaboom Industries LLC By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 12 months ago
Kaboom's Paratrooper Review

Kaboom's Paratrooper is a stunningly simple new title from Kaboom Apps where you'll have successfully land as many paratroopers as possible while avoiding hazards on the way down. It's a simple idea, but Kaboom's elegant style makes this an easy game to jump in to and enjoy. After pushing your way through the initial tutorial levels, you'll gain full control over the fate of your paratroopers. Tapping planes as they zoom past will release one paratrooper per tap which will need to be…

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Armageddon Review

Armageddon Review

In Armageddon from Meridian you'll need to keep your wits about you in order to out muscle and out play your enemies. Why will you need your wits secure? Well like many titles in the army-spawning style of 'strategy' games you'll need to replay levels over and over again in order to mass enough cash to successfully complete future levels and maybe it's just me, but I'm more interested in the campaign, not repeating levels. Much like other similar titles, you have a slowly rising reser…

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