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The Deep Review

Review 3G Studios, Inc. By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 3 months ago
The Deep Review

Getting away from the rat race and scuba diving off the coast of some tropical island. It would be an ideal vacation if the locals would stop asking you to risk your life fetching lost items in the murky blue. The Deep is split into two games. On land, you talk to locals, acquire quests, and can use cash to upgrade your diving equipment. The main game is in the water however, where you control your diver with an analogue stick, finding treasure, items and upgrades, flipping switches,…

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Where's Waldo?™ The Fantastic Journey Review

Review Ludia By Kelly Mitchell, 4 years, 3 months ago
Where's Waldo?™ The Fantastic Journey Review

Players get ready to find Waldo no longer in books, but in Ludia's latest release to the iPhone, Where's Waldo: The Fantastic Journey. Bringing back memories for those who loved the books as a kid in the 90s, Where's Waldo is a hidden object adventure game that takes players across 12 magical worlds where players must find Waldo and his friends along with magical scrolls and several other hidden items in a given time limit. Players navigate their way through each of the landscapes by…

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Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars Out Now!

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 3 months ago
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars Out Now!

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars has been released on the AppStore . This is the second game from Rockstar Games to hit the AppStore, It's already been released on DS and PSP, and at $12.99 AUD ($9.99 USD) is one of the more expensive games in the AppStore, but whatever the price, we're sure to see some excitement! We have a video review coming very soon, sit tight! Links: GTA Chinatown Wars on iTunes USA GTA: Chinatown Wars on iTunes Australia GTA: Chinatown Wars on iTunes UK…


SEED 1 - RISE OF DARKNESS Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 3 months ago
SEED 1 - RISE OF DARKNESS Review

SEED 1 – RISE OF DARKNESS is an action RPG game that takes players across a far off world, following an all too familiar story. You play as a young adventurer who yearns to travel and explore the world outside of his small secluded town, but you discover that there are far greater forces out there as you are thrown into the middle of a mighty clash of nations. Players control their adventurer by using the onscreen D-pad to move and the action button to attack, talk to people and…

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Train Conductor Review

Review The Voxel Agents By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 3 months ago
Train Conductor Review

Before cars and planes, but after walking, trains were a widely accepted and common means of transport and delivery. But in order for the trains to run smoothly, you need one hell of a conductor to co-ordinate the tracks. Are you up to the challenge? Players are presented with a series of railway tracks and must divert numbered trains to their correct destination by dragging a path on the screen. Players will need to constantly juggle the increasing amount of trains to avoid collision…

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The Horrible Vikings Review

Review Low Five Games By Luke Bartley, 4 years, 3 months ago
The Horrible Vikings Review

Low Five Games, who brought us Earth Vs Moon, is back with another offering, and this time they are gonna launch some vikings down your throat! The Horrible Vikings is a catapult game which puts the player in control of a pair of vikings as they loot and pillage the islands of ninjas. How horrible... The goal is to launch your viking through the air where he will bounce, roll, and butt slam his way along the island's obstacles, until he reaches the princess at the end of the level. Al…

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Runway Review

Review Rahul Biswas By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 3 months ago
Runway Review

Runway is another addition to the ever growing traffic management genre, placing players behind the air control tower as they direct incoming airplanes. Players will need to refuel and repair planes, load and unload passengers and keep a steady eye on the runway to avoid collisions. The game uses some straightforward line-drawing mechanics and easily allows players to see plane paths and work out a plan. Players receive various indications by coloured bars that appear over planes; Red…


BoboBua (FULL Version) Review

Review TripodGames By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
BoboBua (FULL Version) Review

If you were a meatball who just watched your beloved (another meatball) be consumed in front of your eyes, what would you do? Why you'd launch yourself into the gullet of the person who ate them, bringing along your best friend who's a noodle and go on a quest to battle food through a digestive tract in order to save her. At least that's how the story goes for BoboBua by Tripod Games. The gameplay has been self dubbed as an attempt at a purely casual, relaxing and rewarding experience…

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Bear Paw Review

Review Neil Balharrie By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
Bear Paw Review

If there's one word to describe Bear Paw by Neil Balharrie, it's "elegant". Simplicity is the key to this orbit physics simulator and with its basic controls and basic gameplay Bear Paw is more about enjoying the experience than beating it. Like other orbit simulators, the goal is to stay alive for a set period of time. Each level is played the same way with players setting up their ship with a touch and giving it a trajectory and power with a slide of the finger. After this control i…

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Bird Strike - GOLD EDITION Review

Review PikPok By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 3 months ago
Bird Strike - GOLD EDITION Review

Poor little bird, all he wants is some seed. In Bird Strike, you must guide Gerald as he uses the power of rockets to launch himself further and further into the atmosphere, but what goes up must eventually come down. To initially launch Gerald off his perch you pull back the power lines. After that, it's a simple affair of tilting the iphone to move Gerald left and right, avoiding obstacles, and collecting seed. When Gerald reaches a certain height, a UFO will zap him, sending him cr…

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Be a Developer with Stanford and iTunes U

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 3 months ago
Be a Developer with Stanford and iTunes U

It's been almost a year since Stanford University launched it's iPhone developers course on iTunes, and on the 12th of this month, they launched an update for the popular course which boasts over a million users. The course material provides all the know how on working with the Tools and APIs for the iPhone SDK. The course, being run by the Stanford's School of Engineering, is not for everyone, with an intermediate knowledge of C language, UNIX, and object-orientated programming all desired prerequisites. Stanford has embraced the iPhones' many possibilities, even launching the first iPhone Orchestra. Many similar developer courses are appearing in the education world, with courses being off…


Hook Champ Review

Review Rocketcat Games By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 3 months ago
Hook Champ Review

Hook Champ is one of the latest rope swinging action games to hit the marketplace but this time, you're swinging through dark deep caves in search of lost treasure. You play as Jake T. Hooker, a modern day Indiana Jones as he goes deep into cursed tombs and catacombs in order to retrieve idols and escape as fast as possible. Players run along each level by tapping and holding their finger on the lower half of the screen and they launch their grappling hook by doing the same on the top…

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Blockoban Review

Review BonusLevel.org By Kelly Mitchell, 4 years, 3 months ago
Blockoban Review

Its not often we see a free game enter the appstore which offers entertainment value of more than a few minutes, but Blockban is set to change that. Blockban, is a highly enjoyable, yet equally challenging sliding block puzzle game which features 100 free levels with an additional 820 levels in the purchasable upgraded version. Sticking with simplicity in mind, the game uses standard swiping gestures to move pieces around the board with pinching gestures to zoom both in and out. The m…

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Enviro-Bear 2010 Review

Review Blinkbat Games By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 3 months ago
Enviro-Bear 2010 Review

If you’ve ever purchased or looked at a game from the App store and thought to yourself ‘Wow, this is pretty weird’, then get ready for what I can only describe as a National Geographic acid trip. Enviro-Bear 2010 puts players in control of a car driving bear as he must drive around the forest, eating fish and berries to fatten up before winter comes. With no explanation beyond that, players are thrown into the deep end and must work out how to drive your bear around…

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Zombeat Review

Review 3G Studios, Inc. By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 3 months ago
Zombeat Review

Just when all the Guitar Hero and Rock Band hype has died down, along comes Zombeat to literally re-animate the music rhythm genre. Yes, Zombeat mixes dropping gems, music and most importantly Zombies together in a bizarre fusion for the iPhone. You play as Zeke, a lone survivor who must defend himself against the zombies using hot, tasty beats… and some guns. Like other music games, players must hit the scrolling notes at the right beat to gain points and fire a shot at a zomb…

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