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Guitar Hero Free!

News By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Guitar Hero Free!

To thank all of our viewers, subscribers and community members, we here at AppSpy.com have decided to give back in the best way possible... with an awesome competition for free games! For our first major competition we're giving away fifty (yes 50!) copies of Activision's latest release for the App Store, 'Guitar Hero' for you to enjoy and entering couldn't be easier: First, Join FREE or log in to your AppSpy.com account - register now! Secondly, Go to our review of Guitar Hero and answer one easy question "Why would you like Guitar Hero Free?" - Why not take the opportunity to start interacting with other AppSpy followers and begin discussing the latest game releases we've revi…


Babo Crash HD Review

Review Playbrains By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Babo Crash HD Review

Madballs... they were a true product of the mid-80's with a signature 'gross' factor common to toys marketed to boys and the inevitable tie-in to modern media resulting in a TV series, a video-game and even comics. Thanks to a modern revival of the products a successful 3D shooter was developed for the Xbox 360 and instead of dropping a scaled down version on to the App Store, developer Playbrains have tried their hands at a three-match instead. To match the energetic and spectacular…

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Flick Football Review

Review Neon Play By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Flick Football Review

Flick Football by Neon Play joins other simple endless flick-based physics games with its soccer-based free kick style. Much like its paper-throwing, pigskin kicking and coin-bouncing compatriots there's an art to successfully scoring each goal, but while serious players can duke it out for the high-scores, casual gamers can easily while-away free seconds of their day to occasionally score big and earn bragging rights on Facebook. Basic flicks will kick the ball in the direction you i…

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Carcassonne Review

Review TheCodingMonkeys By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Carcassonne Review

The Coding Monkeys have done an excellent job of transforming the sensational board-game title of Carcassonne to the iPhone. That's jumping the gun on the review, but if you're already a fan of the addictive board-game published by Hans im Glück then that should be all you really need to hear. For everyone else, this is an opportunity you just can't miss. Like many board-games, the space requirements can become utterly daunting to deal with, especially when confronted with a game…

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Risk to invade the iPhone!

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 1 month ago
Risk to invade the iPhone!

Hasbro and EA Mobile have once again teamed up, this time to bring Risk, the original strategy board game to the iPhone. Development was announced in 2009 and we will see the game hit the AppStores sometime during the summer. Features: - THE ORIGINAL WAR GAME TRADITION LIVES ON IN AN EXPLOSIVE NEW WAYThe updated look and feel also captures the powerful tradition of the authentic RISK experience. Strategize over the world map, attack with a "roll" of the dice, and fortify your advances with the same rule set as the classic board game. - ENGAGE IN MULTIPLE MODES OF BATTLETest your power against strong AI opponents, each featuring unique strategies and even emotional responses. Escalate th…


Qwak Review

Review Mr Qwak Limited By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Qwak Review

As an Amiga owner, I felt terribly ashamed to admit to developer Jamie Woodhouse that I'd never had a chance to play his game Qwak when it was released in 1993. However, as a title that was released by Team 17 in a budget bundle it was never given the chance it truly deserved. Thankfully, Qwak is now out on the App Store and after over 20 years this title has finally found a place it can shine. Unlike most puzzle platformers, Qwak features fast paced gameplay that rewards quick thinki…

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Exodus Review

Review Tip Tap Games By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Exodus Review

It's hard not to make the comparison between Exodus by Tip Tap Games and other line drawing management games like Flight Control, but you'd be selling this game short if you thought it was just a simple draw-and-forget title. You'll need to manage various ships as they drop off their payload of colonists to various space-stations around the universe and you'll need keen timing to make use of the limited docking space and avoid environmental hazards out to ruin your day. Once a ship is…

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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Review

Review Freeverse, Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Review

Seth Grahame-Smith's hit 'mashup' of Jane Austen's 'Pride and Prejudice' and the zombie mythos has been a huge success and almost a year later Freeverse have succeeded in adapting this tale to the App Store as an action-packed side-scrolling beat'em up.  Players will get to control the rough and sarcastic Elizabeth as she employs her deadly arts against the zombie plague that has continued to blight the countryside. An analogue stick is used for movement, while basic attacks can…

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Guitar Hero Review

Guitar Hero Review

It seems that when it rains at Activision, you can expect triple-A titles to pour on to the App Store. The (in)famous Guitar Hero franchise has landed on the iPhone and has almost literally blown the opposition out of the water with years of rhythm game design being packed in to this dense little App. Gamers will get a chance to play the guitar and bass in this title, giving you more bang for your buck as you attempt to master each instrument and unlock new instruments and outfits to…

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WWDC - iPhone 4 Revealed In All Of Its Glory

News By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
WWDC - iPhone 4 Revealed In All Of Its Glory

WWDC '10 is upon us and the juicy details for the iPhone 4 have been officially released. Your wallet may be crying preemptively at the thought of upgrading, but the full run-down of features is just too hard to ignore and you'll be chomping at the bit just to make it yours. Quite literally everything has been given a kick in the pants and if it hasn't been upgraded it's likely to be an entirely new gadget to make your smart-phone experience even better. Weighing in at a fraction heavier than the 3GS, the feature packed device is just gorgeous to look at with its slimline design that utilizes a glass and metal case that's even more resistant than the previous iterations. At 9.3mm th…


Guitar Hero Hits the AppStore

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 1 month ago
Guitar Hero Hits the AppStore

Guitar Hero has finally made its late debut on the AppStore. The game released by Activision and developed by Vicarious Visions Inc has launched at the modest price of $2.99 with additional songs available for purchase. We'll have a review out shortly. Download Guitar Hero today and play six FREE: Queen - We Are The Champions Rise Against - Savior The Rolling Stones - Paint It Black The White Stripes - Seven Nation Army Weezer - Say It Ain't So Vampire Weekend - Cousins App Info: The game features a robust avatar customization mode that allows you to personalize your in-game rock star, built-in social network feeds that allows you to share your scores on Facebook, and innovative new ga…


RollOut Review

Review Bulkypix By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
RollOut Review

For most puzzle platformers you'll be put in control of a character that's subject to the whims of a cruel environment that can push, block and direct you towards various traps. In Rollout by Bulkypix you get to reverse the roles, taking control of the environment to bounce, speed up and slow down an adorable ball of fluff called Wabba as he makes his way to each exit. Once Wabba warps in to each level he'll curl up and start rolling until you've completed the level, leaving you to sh…

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Deadly Dungeon Review

Review Monstro Games By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Deadly Dungeon Review

Deadly Dungeon by Monstro has had a lot of buzz leading up to its release, with the beautiful and dark 3D graphics leaving gamers entranced. And lets not beat around the bush, it's a seriously gorgeous action-RPG, but does the gameplay live up to the pretty packaging? The controls are kept simple with an analogue stick and two-button setup being used to move and attack or block enemies. A cluster of four small buttons provide access to magic spells that you'll unlock as you progress,…

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Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter Arrives this Month

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 1 month ago
Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter Arrives this Month

Tatem Games have announced the upcoming release of their 3D console-quality survival-hunting game Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter. Explore huge locations with realistic action along with an advanced AI allowing the dangerous creatures to see, hear and feel the hunter. The game is expected to hit the AppStore later this month. Checkout the YouTube Preview: Features: - Realistic huge 3D locations- Realistic 3D dinosaurs, from the Herbivorous (plant eating) for novice hunters to the Carnivorous (meat-eating) for experts.- 6 different types of weapons- 2 game modes - Arcade and Hunt- Online leaderboards and social networking- Interactive Dino Trophy Room…


Superblox : Power Unleashed! Review

Superblox : Power Unleashed! Review

A lot of games that use the iPhone's accelerometer almost sell it short, providing rudimentary controls that feel clunky. Games like Tilt To Live have proven that tilting can in fact be incredibly precise and Superblox by Casual Friday Games has combined speedy, accurate movement controls with a three-match style scoring system to create a game that's frantic and addictive. The controls are calibrated at the beginning of each game and the sensitivity can be controlled from the options…

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