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Real Soccer 2011 Released

News By Callum Webster, 4 years ago
Real Soccer 2011 Released

Gameloft has released this years edition to the Real Soccer Series with RS2011. The developers promise a new visual approach with this new version optimised for the iPhone 4 with high definition graphics that utilise the iPhones retina display. Checkout the Trailer:   App Info: RELIVE SOCCER HISTORYJump into soccer's most exciting moments with a History mode that lets you alter the course of the game's most epic matches. Can you change the result of the last European Clubs Cup? EVEN MORE TEAMSThe game's depth has been pushed even further than before by including a whopping 350 teams and 14 leagues. And as always, we have the names of almost all real players thanks to t…


a Forgotten Ghost Review

a Forgotten Ghost Review

'a Forgotten Ghost' by 2D-Only is an interesting puzzle platformer to say the least. Your goal is to collect all of the good souls in each of the game's six levels in an attempt to redeem your lost ghost. Players can choose to switch the side on which the controls are located, but in either case you will control the ghost's movement with one side while attacking on the other. This presents some awkward problems as you're required to jump quite often in order to access every blue soul…


Gardening Mama (US) Review

Gardening Mama (US) Review

Sure, Cooking Mama is a whiz in the kitchen and can whip you up a meal of almost any kind in short order, but how does she spend her down-time? Well, it turns out that Mama is a gardening fanatic and in Gardening Mama you'll help her to dig, water and propagate plants of many different sorts while earning new outfits for her to wear around the house. For those familiar with the Cooking Mama franchise this title isn't going to be too surprising; however if you're new to the Mama series…

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Mr. Bill Review

Mr. Bill Review

Oh no! I can't believe that I never heard of this popular Saturday Night Sketch until recently and now my woeful lack of familiarity of 70-80's late-night sketch show trivia has let me down. Never mind, I'm sure I'll pick things up as I go as Mr.Bill from Capcom puts this pop culture creation in to his very own game. And in typical fashion things aren't looking so good for Mr.Bill and his family as they try to deal with the poor job climate by taking up Sluggo's offer of working at a…

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PipeRush Review

PipeRush Review

The townsfolk in Pippa's hometown are counting on her to fix their pipes and in PipeRush you'll help her to speed through the process of not only connecting every house but also making sure the pipes water tight. Right from the get-go you'll notice that PipeRush is, for all intents and purposes, a puzzle variant of games like Pipe Mania. Pipes will be generated randomly, filling up your conveyor belt and you'll need to drag the pieces in to place to ensure that everything is connected…

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Blue Hole 3D Review

Blue Hole 3D Review

Plumbing the depths of the ocean can be hazardous in many ways, but in 'Blue Hole' by Leaders Association you'll need to avoid some seriously deadly obstacles as you attempt to make your way down as far as possible. Your submarine of choice, of which there are three in total, will start its journey near the surface and quickly starts to plummet downwards in to cavernous deeps filled with deadly creatures, mines and tight passages that are ready to tear you apart. On your way down you…

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Oh! My Gun! HD - Kill, hit to go level up! Review

Review Mobile Force By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Oh! My Gun! HD - Kill, hit to go level up! Review

I'm a little bit worried to admit that I enjoy 'Oh! My Gun! - Kill, hit ladies to go level up!' by Mobile Force. It's not an excellent or seriously entertaining physics based puzzle title and the basic theme borders on disturbing, but the simple fun recklessness of its gameplay kept me hooked far longer than I'd care to admit. Your objective is to clear out each level of all the women that are standing around in precarious locations next to bombs, heavy objects and spiked wheels by sh…

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Legends of Elendria: The Frozen Maiden Review

Review Kyy Games By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Legends of Elendria: The Frozen Maiden Review

'Legends of Elendria: The Frozen Maiden' by Kyy Games is a title I can't believe we haven't reviewed already and I'm glad it was one of our recent requests. In this adventure title you'll put your tower defense skills to the test as you fight dozens of battles to defend your kingdom from a looming threat from beyond your borders. As you progress through the game's storyline you'll quickly pick up new towers, each with their own unique upgrades to use in each of the games mini-battles…

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A Fighter Defender Review

Review MystoneGame Inc By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
A Fighter Defender Review

A Fighter Defender by MystoneGame proposes a small change to the tower defense (TD) genre. Just a small one. How about having no towers? See, not much of a change! Each map is designed not unlike regular TD maps, with winding paths and a few long stretches that would stretch the resources of someone trying to place towers effectively. However you're not placing towers, you're flying a plane and this comes with the rather strong advantage of exploiting the terrain to pick off units qui…

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Buck and the Coin of Destiny Review

Review GameStop By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Buck and the Coin of Destiny Review

It's nice to see a company that sells games putting their money where their mouth is and developing a videogame of their own. Buck and the Coin of Destiny by GameStop is a horizontal platform runner that stars their advertising mascot as he searches for... well... a coin. In each of five levels Buck will start sprinting his way across the screen and all you have to do is tap to jump, holding for a slightly higher jump and tapping again in mid-air will give you a second jump to bridge…

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chronoSgear Review

Review Axion Logic By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
chronoSgear Review

chronoSgear by Axion Logic is perhaps the first of its breed on the App Store and I'm intrigued that something like this hasn't found its way on iDevices sooner. In this strategic RPG you'll need to make use of your three-match skills in a turn-based style of gameplay to outwit and outplay your opponents while working as a mafioso. Outside of combat the game is your fairly typical JRPG title, allowing you to wander around environments with a touch-anywhere d-pad system, entering rando…

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Gangstar: Miami Vindication Review

Review Gameloft By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Gangstar: Miami Vindication Review

At long last the next in the Gangstar series has hit the App Store and Gameloft have once again piled in just enough tweaks and flourishes to show that they're not just taking the easy way out when it comes to sequels. Right off the bat I'm glad to say that other than the basic similarities shared by sandbox titles, this one feels right at home on the iPhone and situating the game in a 'modern' Miami setting makes it harder to make the obvious GTA comparisons. As you make your way thr…

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Neuroshima Hex Review

Review Big Daddy's Creations By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Neuroshima Hex Review

I'm not in to the table-top RPG scene, though several of my friends do tell me that Neuroshima is an interesting game to say the least. Interesting enough to be adapted in to a board-game with an eventual translation in to English and players can forgo physical pieces thanks to its release on to the App Store, giving you the ability to jump in to this title anywhere you like. As the title suggests, the game is played out on a hexagonal board, with pieces being placed in order to gain…

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Swords and Sandals Review

Review 3RDsense By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Swords and Sandals Review

Sword and Sandals by 3RDsense continues the tradition of bringing free flash titles over to the App Store, but instead of merely cashing in with a direct port this version has been given some serious upgrades and tweaks over the free one. In this title you'll battle against vast amounts of gladiators, one at a time, until you rest easy as the ultimate champion. For those familiar with the series, the App Store version is an adaption of the second title that has been tweaked with a few…

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Beyond Ynth Review

Review FDG Entertainment By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Beyond Ynth Review

Around this time last year gamers were able to get their hands on a neat, unique puzzler named Ynth and despite it's extremely frustrating style it still showed a lot of potential for improvement. Now 'Beyond Ynth', the spiritual sequel by FDG Entertainment and Krabl, has been released all of that potential seems to have been fully realized. Much like the original your goal is to cross a distance of open space, often full of hazards, by rolling boxes with complex designs around the fi…

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