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Three New Song Packs for Guitar Hero

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 3 months ago
Three New Song Packs for Guitar Hero

Activision Publishing Inc. has announced the release of three new song packs for Guitar Hero. The update includes tracks from Band of Horses, Coldplay, KISS, Motörhead and Nada Surf, and each pack can be brought as an in-app purchase for $1.99. Song Pack featuring Band of Horses, Coldplay and Nada Surf Band of Horses - "Laredo" Coldplay - "Life In Technicolor II" Nada Surf - "Weightless" KISS Song Pack "Love Gun" "Lick It Up" "I Love It Loud" Motörhead Song Pack "Iron Fist" "Ace Of Spades" "Overkill" Checkout our Video Review for Guitar Hero on the iPhone: Read the Full Review!…


Bloody Hell !! Review

Review Softmines By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
Bloody Hell !! Review

I should probably start this review with a caveat: Gaming makes no bones of exploiting some rather disturbing ideas for the sake of having fun; 'violence' being one of them. But, I honestly believe there's a line between violence as a fantasy tool for fun and merely being gratuitous for the sake of it. 'Bloody Hell !!' sinks in to the latter of these two distinctions and it's hard to understand who this game is for. The setup is a rather simple one and all you have to do is tap and sh…


Tetra Defense - Attack of the Tentacle! Review

Review Mindstorm Studios By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
Tetra Defense - Attack of the Tentacle! Review

'Tetra Defense - Attack of the Tentacle' is an interesting collaboration between GeniApps and Mindstorm Studios to produce another 3D Tetris variant with an element of action as you attempt to stop 'Bogey the Tentacle' from invading Earth. This alien will keep throwing blocks at you, but if you can place them in to 'quads' you'll give him a shock, earning money in the process. Unfortunately this all comes down to how well the controls respond as players are no longer working in a full…

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Run Kovo Review

Review clement CORDIER By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
Run Kovo Review

Nightmares are never fun to experience, but if you think regular old human dreams are bad wait till you experience the nightmare of a dapper monster. Run Kovo by Caou is a horizontal runner title with an irregular twist, forcing players to control the environment and not the character in order to survive. Kovoclak will keep on running in an attempt to avoid his crispy rendezvous with a fire daemon, so it's up to you to slide platforms up and down to create paths Kovoclak can access. T…

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Vampire Saga: Pandora's Box Review

Vampire Saga: Pandora's Box Review

Vampire Saga: Pandora's Box by Alawar Entertainment is another attempt to fuse adventure elements with a basic hidden object puzzle system and while it may not have found the magic formula, it's interesting storyline will keep casual game fans busy until the end. It's great to see developers playing with the hidden object game (HOG) formula, however for those interested this title is of the 'clutter' variety, with each of the object-finding scenes being littered with objects. Thankful…

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Cut Him Up! Review

Review Edwin Iskandar By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
Cut Him Up! Review

Bloody single-minded violence, thy name is 'Cut Him Up!'. Following in the best traditions of side-scrolling brawlers before it, Iskander's latest release is a sometimes exciting action title that keeps things simple in just about every possible way. There are no major surprises in store for those who have played brawlers in the past and the game's '8-way' virtual stick with two buttons certainly gets the job done. Punching your enemies or kicking them in the face with a flying heel i…

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Let's create! Pottery Review

Review Infinite Dreams Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
Let's create! Pottery Review

Playing 'Let's create! Pottery' was an interesting lesson for me as a gamer, or more specifically a bit of a reminder to not judge a book (or game in this case) by its cover. While the ultimate aim of this not-quite-a-game title from Infinite Dreams is to merely craft pottery, the journey from hobbyist to artist is a surprisingly fun and challenging experience to follow. Much like the creation of real pottery there are several stages to work through. At first you'll be presented with…

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Gangstar: Miami Vindication Coming Soon

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 3 months ago
Gangstar: Miami Vindication Coming Soon

Gameloft has announced they will soon be releasing a sequel to Gangstar: West Coast Hustle. A trailer for Gangstar: Miami Vindication has hit YouTube and shows off motorcycle chases, helicopters and the usual violence that a free world crime game is guaranteed to deliver, on top of that, the visuals are great! Checkout the Trailer: We'll have more information soon!…


NinJump Review

Review Backflip Studios By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
NinJump Review

Much like the recent Tunnel Shoot, NinJump is a surprising change of pace for the developer Backflip Studios and a welcome addition to the endless vertical jumping titles on the App Store.  Instead of the usual passive jumping your ninja will run flat-out up the walls, switching sides with a simple tap. In this way the game feels much like a horizontal runner, however your ninja isn't without some unique tricks and if you time your jumps you can dispatch enemies as you flail your…

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TMC Brings MUDS to the AppStore

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 3 months ago
TMC Brings MUDS to the AppStore

Multi User Dungeon games are the text-based predecessors to modern MMORPGS. The Mud Collector has been a portal for MUDs for the past fifteen years, and have now released an App bringing over 1000 MUD games to the iPhone. The App is available for Free on the AppStore and features heaps downloadable content. App Features: - Download the active game list from the TMC website. - Browse hundreds of available games and access detailed info about each game - Add selected games to your TMC Game Client favorite list allowing you to connect and play - Ansi Color support - Supports portrait and landscape mode while connected to a game server…


The Incident Review

Review Big Bucket Software By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
The Incident Review

Curiosity is a powerful tool and when leveraged in the right way it can drag players in to a game and keep them sucked in until they're well and truly hooked. The world is falling apart at the seams in 'The Incident' by Big Bucket Software and your poor unfortunate character will need to dodge, push and climb his way out of the ever increasing pile of trash to find out why this is happening. In each of the game's levels you'll need to dodge junk flung down in to the screen, allowing i…

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Space Balls Review

Review Sauce Digital Limited By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
Space Balls Review

Space Balls by Sauce Digital is a new physics puzzle title where you'll have to bounce balls around space in order to capture your foes the 'Cuboids' before they escape with your sacred Ultramegasphere. Despite the lack of creativity in the title, Space Balls is a seriously challenging and unique experience that plays much like a whacky version of trick-shot snooker. Players are given the ability to select between a variety of different orbs, each with their own unique properties, to…

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Mushroom Age (Full) Review

Review G5 Entertainment By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 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, 4 years, 3 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, 4 years, 3 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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