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Fire Dragon Review

Review Joybean By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Fire Dragon Review

Fire Dragon by Joybean is an unfortunate arcade title where you must collect as much fruit as possible before various monsters or blocks of ice bludgeon you to death. It's a simple title and its controls match the simple theme with tilt controls to slide your dragon back and forth along his wooden platform and touching the screen to fire a burst of flame straight up. Various groups of fruit will drop from the sky and must be blasted to release them from their icy prison. If you're luc…


Assault Commando Review

Review 3D Magic Kft. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Assault Commando Review

What would you do if you were in a jungle with a swag of guns, tasked with a vague mission of taking out a world-domineering madman all the while dealing with a chronic psychological disorder where you must dispense a one-liner after almost every action you make? Why you'd saddle up and blow everything up to pieces 'cause you're playing Assault Commando by 3D Magic. The game's control system isn't anything too out of the ordinary, with a basic virtual stick and various buttons for wea…

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Coastal Super-Combat Review

Coastal Super-Combat Review

Coastal Super-Combat by Triniti Interactive is yet another weapon-based defense title to add to the pile, but it has been some time since we've tried one of these games so lets see if anything new has cropped up. The controls definitely fall under the heading of 'if it's not broke, don't fix it' which means that players will need to drag and around their cross-hairs to aim each weapon while firing with another button and tilting to pan across the game field. After each level you'll be…

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Rimelands: Hammer of Thor Review

Review Crescent Moon Games By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Rimelands: Hammer of Thor Review

Rimelands: Hammer of Thor is a breath of fresh air for me, not only as a reviewer, but as a gamer that has been craving a good old turn-based RPG for a while now. In this title from Crescent Moon Games you'll get to follow Rose's exploits as she unravels family secrets and battles for treasure in the many vaults scattered around the Rimelands. As you progress further in to the game you'll be given the opportunity to delve down the three typical classes of hero, choosing to dispatch en…

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Rimelands: Hammer of Thor Now Out

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 1 month ago
Rimelands: Hammer of Thor Now Out

Crescent Moon Games has released their much-anticipated RPG; Rimelands: Hammer of Thor to the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.  We'll have a review out shortly. Checkout the game play trailer App Info: Enter the frostbitten realm of Rimelands, where mankind with fantastic technology powered by an enigmatic substance called Steam is forever at odds with the magical creatures of legend called the Fair Folk. Rimelands: Hammer of Thor is an epic adventure full of mystery, intrigue and high adventure. Join Rose Cristo, a young and beautiful treasure hunter on her journey to unveil the plot that could tear the world apart. With both magic and Steam-techonology at her disposal,…


Phoenix for iPhone Coming September

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 1 month ago
Phoenix for iPhone Coming September

Firi Games, developers of Flair Elite, have announced the upcoming release of their new shoot-em up: Phoenix, due to arrive in the AppStore mid September. App Info: The in-house developed Flare engine provides the ability to display hundreds of bullets and particles at the same time, while still running on all iOS devices, including the original iPhone. This makes Phoenix one of the most spectacular shoot 'em ups available for everyone who owns an iPhone or iPod Touch. The game centers around a single, procedurally generated infinite challenge. The goal is to destroy as many enemies as possible, going as far as possible, in an attempt to achieve the highest score. There is no set diffic…


Hot Plates Review

Review Big Mouse Media By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Hot Plates Review

UPDATE: First I must apologize for posting this review early in error, however most of the content still stands with a couple minor exceptions. The latest patch adds a new micro-game mode for periods where you only have a short time to play. It's a neat addition that solves the problem of the main game taking too long to reach a challenging level of play, but some difficulty selection would still be neat. Thanks to these changes and more (including minor achievements for prog…

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Vampires Until Dawn Review

Vampires Until Dawn Review

Dusk Till Dawn is one of those films I love to throw up to watch not only because it's a fun film, but because it revels in its gritty, slap-dash style. Vampires Until Dawn by BeCrush pits you against vampire hordes south of the border as well, but unfortunately it's not quite as easy to love this game's gritty, slap-dash style. In this twin-stick shooter you'll take control of a man out for revenge against the vampiric foes that would dare to take the woman he loves. It's a schlocky…

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Puzzle Agent Review

Review Telltale Inc By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Puzzle Agent Review

We've seen puzzle-based adventure games before on the App Store and while many end up feeling like another twist on Professor Layton, Telltale Games' latest release 'Puzzle Agent' backs off on the brainteasers and focuses on the adventuring. Nelson Tethers, an FBI agent specializing in puzzle research has been sent out to solve a strange mystery in Scoggins, Minnesota; a place where everyone has a puzzle to solve. Puzzle Agent is a fairly standard point-and-click adventure title, howe…

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Mirror's Edge™ Review

Review Electronic Arts By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Mirror's Edge™ Review

Oh how I've waited for this day to arrive! It has certainly been a long time coming for the iPhone version of EA's free-running title Mirror's Edge to make its appearance, but the wait has certainly been worthwhile. For those not fortunate enough to own an iPad this will be a wholly unique experience to enjoy, with a light and easy to master control system that mirrors the original game's intent to instill a true sense of 'flow' in movement. Faith is manipulated by basic swipes, gestu…

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Spider-Man: Total Mayhem Review

Review Gameloft By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Spider-Man: Total Mayhem Review

Coming up to breathe after playing a long session of 'Spider-Man: Total Mayhem' by Gameloft was an eye opening experience - where did the day go? With so many action-brawlers trying to make their mark on the App Store it's great to see someone finally nailing it home and with a great franchise name behind it too no less. The controls are nothing new for the genre, however Total Mayhem manages to make switching between ranged, melee and jumping attacks feel completely smooth to execute…

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Squish The Zombies Review

Review AQSystem By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Squish The Zombies Review

It's incredibly odd to get two games so similar to each other to review like this in one day, but at least it's also a great opportunity to see what does and doesn't work (at least for me) in games with similar concepts and different executions. Squish The Zombies by AQSystem is another game where you get to tilt and aim an ever increasing ball of snow as it cleanses the hillside of a zombie plague and unsightly houses. There are only two modes to choose from and in Arcade mode you'll…

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Ultrablast Review

Review RetroFlux By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Ultrablast Review

After the recent epilepsy-inducing madness of Dodonpachi Resurrection it's great to step things back a little in the shoot'em-up genre by slipping in to Ultrablast by RetroFlux. While it may not feature over the top bullet hell style gameplay, its storyline and dynamic game mechanics make this a different beast to approach. Players can choose between three basic movement controls either using touch, virtual stick or tilting to maneuver around the screen. Firing is automatic, however p…

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Zombie Flick Review

Review Full Fat By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Zombie Flick Review

I harp on and on about how overused the zombie idea is, but it's only ever a matter of time before someone comes along and makes me remember why it's such a great concept. Flick Zombie by Full Fat places you in control of a poor survivor with nothing but a pile of junk to defend himself with against an increasingly aggressive horde of zombies. Players need only to flick the screen to throw dozens of truly weird and wonderful items at the horde in order to brutalize them with blunt for…

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Fragmental 3D - Build Lines with Falling Blocks! Review

Review Aesthetic Interactive By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Fragmental 3D - Build Lines with Falling Blocks! Review

Recently we reviewed a couple 3D Tetris titles with Tetra3D leading the charge for a fun revival of this classic twist on an old-school arcade puzzle game. Given these releases it would be unfair to forget to review Fragmental 3D by Aesthetic Interactive, especially when this title made its debut earlier, making the comparison between these games quite interesting to say the least. Fragmental 3D differs in its approach by using default controls that are quite unique, requiring players…

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