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Truckers Delight: Episode 1 Review

Review Mobigame By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 5 months ago
Truckers Delight: Episode 1 Review

If you haven't run in to the viral sensation of 'Truckers Delight' then it might help to quickly go watch this hilarious animation first (warning very NSFW). Now that you're back or already know about the amusing tale of Jack and his attempts to pursue the Alpha Chick you'll be prepared for the madness of Mobigame's 'Truckers Delight: Episode 1'. Much like the start of the animation, Episode 1 takes place on an American desert highway as Jack chases down the Alpha Chick in an endless…

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Undead: The Last Refuge Arrives in NZ store

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 5 months ago
Undead: The Last Refuge Arrives in NZ store

BulkyPix latest zombie shooter Undead: The Last Refuge has arrived in the New Zealand AppStore, and is set to launch in the US AppStore soon with the launch price of $2.99. Checkout the Gameplay Preview: App Info: The coming of the Apocalypse had been announced for centuries, so we were not to know that it was so close. The dead have risen from the ground and destroyed everything in their path. You have managed to survive until now, but you are alone and cut off... How long will you be able to survive? Features: - Experience fear and stress in a battle for your survival. - Enjoy being in an entirely 3D-modelled environment with impressive graphics. - Take on the hordes of do…


Hudson Soft to join OpenFeint’s Free Game of the Day Promotion

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 5 months ago
Hudson Soft to join OpenFeint’s Free Game of the Day Promotion

Hudson Soft and Aurora Feint today announce that they have partnered to feature five games on OpenFeint's Free Game of the Day promotion. All featured games are OpenFeint-enabled and incorporate key components of OpenFeint's online gaming services, including global leaderboards and achievements that are fully compatible with Game Center.   Hudson Soft titles will be featured from April through June and include World RPS, Shooting Watch, Catch the Egg, Aqua Forest 2, and Haunted Pics. As part of the promotion, Hudson Soft will be updating all featured titles with OpenFeint.  Titles with OpenFeint are available now in the App Store and can be downloaded by clicking on the provided…


Split/Second Review

Review Disney By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 5 months ago
Split/Second Review

Everyone likes to have a go at Director Michael Bay for his mindless, explosion filled action films, but he also knows that deep down everyone has a teenager that's delighted by simple wanton destruction. Split/Second by Disney Interactive and Black Rock Studio follows this train of thought and throws players in to a deadly high-speed race where you get to use an entire city as a weapon against your opponents. The tilt-based controls are fairly standard for a racer, though early cars…

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Tesla Wars Review

Review Pavel Tarabrin By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 5 months ago
Tesla Wars Review

In Tesla Wars by Pavel Tarabrin your aim is to defend your giant Tesla-coil as you zap, explode or slice and dice the incoming stick-figure army. Simple 2D graphics are combined with beautiful special effects and fast-paced gameplay to make this castle-defender an exciting and compelling game to master. Your main weapon for the game is the titular Tesla-coil that can unload a painful dose of electricity, Red Alert style, at your enemies by directly touching them. Enemies can be left h…

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Kometen Review

Review Erik Svedang By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 5 months ago
Kometen Review

Kometen is the latest offering from well known Indie developer Erik Svedäng of Blueberry Garden fame. Pairing up with artist Niklas Åkerblad, it's an 'experience' based game that offers no true objective outside exploring the universe you're given by attempting to master gracefully propelling yourself from planet to planet. There's not a lot to controlling your space-pacman as all he requires is a simple touch to initiate an orbit around a planetoid, while swiping the scree…

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Phoenix Spirit Review

Review Spearhead Entertainment By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 5 months ago
Phoenix Spirit Review

The forest's Mother Tree is ill and mysteriously you're the only spirit that hasn't been affected making it your duty to find the source of the infection and cure it. Part tilt-based flier and part Metroid-style exploration, Phoenix Spirit by Spearhead Entertainment is a unique and beautiful experience for the iPhone. Much like the flying-squirrel your spirit is represented by, you'll have to glide throughout the game to dodge enemies and quickly dispatch the Tree's corruption. By til…

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X2 Football 10/11 Review

Review Exient IP Limited By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 5 months ago
X2 Football 10/11 Review

Where other Soccer games on the iPhone tend towards an arcade experience to their gameplay, X2 Soccer 2010 builds on the success of the first title in its series and solidifies X2 Games as having one the best simulated experiences for Soccer on the App Store. One of the biggest advantages of X2 Soccer is its realistic controls that naturally move your players in a smoothly in a 360 circle and its slightly slower pace to help control your gameplay. Like most soccer titles, the co…

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Zombie Farm Review

Review Playforge Games LLC By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 5 months ago
Zombie Farm Review

While it may be a little late to the party, Zombie Farm by Playforge combines two hugely popular concepts in gaming in to one package that's amusing, addictive and surprisingly cute in its execution. Most of your farming duties can be performed through a menu driven system, however a handy "smart" pointer takes most of the need to directly navigate them. Tapping on fresh turf or recently harvested soil will automatically plow the land, while tapping on plowed land brings up the market…

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PUZZLE DEVIL TOUCH! Review

Review WOOZZANG By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 5 months ago
PUZZLE DEVIL TOUCH! Review

Puzzle Devil Touch by WOOZZANG is a deceptively simple puzzler that will have you scratching your head as you try to master shifting numbered blocks across the game's puzzle grid to fall in to each open square. Each level consists of one or more numbered blocks that represent the number of moves left before it turns in to an immovable block. Slippery surfaces and direction-shifting arrows add an incredible amount of complexity to the game's puzzles, but if you're finding any puzzle to…

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Sorter Review

Review Albert Omoss By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 5 months ago
Sorter Review

A game's addictiveness is often hard to truly quantify as what might be addictive at one moment can quickly become boring in the next moment. Sorter by Albert Omoss almost skips this conundrum by making a game based around sorting colored bombs that can put players in to an almost zen-like state as they furiously swipe the screen to the thumping soundtrack. Gameplay is extremely simple: Drag and drop colored bombs to the correct bay before they explode. The iPhone's incredible selecti…

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Hector: Fat Arse of the Law Coming to iPhone!

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 5 months ago
Hector: Fat Arse of the Law Coming to iPhone!

Indie, an I mean Indie, developer Straandlooper Animation is set to release a new point and click adventure game (or should I say point and touch) to the iPhone and iPod Touch. Hector: Fat Arse of the Law - Badge of Carnage, due for release on June 2nd is set to send the genre back to its roots with an interactive mystery cleverly strung together with alcohol, cigarettes, and impeccable comedic timing. Backstory: A hostage crisis is in full force in the centre of Clappers Wreake. Hector has a choice to make: carry out the terrorist's curiously altruistic demands, or watch as his fellow officers are picked off one by one. Hector's still on the fence. Featuring great animated characters and…


Pocket Creatures Review

Review Tactile Entertainment By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 5 months ago
Pocket Creatures Review

Almost less than a week after their micro-game App 'Crazy Test' hit the store, developer Tactile Entertainment has released their much anticipated title 'Pocket Creatures' for the iPhone and iPad. You'll take charge of an insanely cute critter as he explores what at first seems like an extremely small environment that turns in to a treasure-trove of gameplay to explore. Double touching and dragging the screen will give you the lay of the land, allowing you to quickly check out the gam…

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Gameloft Announces Splinter Cell Release Date

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 5 months ago
Gameloft Announces Splinter Cell Release Date

Gameloft has announced the release date for Tom Clancey's Splinter Cell Conviction. The game is scheduled to be releaseds on 27th May 2010. Play as Sam Fisher, a highly skilled special forces operative and fight a corrupted secret agency to get your daughter back. Checkout the Trailer:…


Shrek Forever After Trailer Launched

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 5 months ago
Shrek Forever After Trailer Launched

Gameloft has just released a trailer for the upcoming Shrek Forever After for iPhone and iPod Touch, it contains a good deal of gameplay and is indeed what we'd expect. It's pretty much the Crash Bandicoot style of gameplay repackaged with a Shrek veneer; full of 3D platforms, bolder dashing, and other varieties of gameplay which are so successful with this style of game. There will be three characters to choose from: Shrek, Donkey, and Puss in Boots, and 11 levels. This will surely be an entertaining little game for any Shrek fan or enthusiast of the platformer genre.  Checkout the Trailer:…