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Zombie Shock Review

Review BLUE WIND By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 6 months ago
Zombie Shock Review

In Zombie Shock by BLUE WIND you'll be fighting against an increasingly difficult horde of zombies (surprise surprise) while escaping their dangerous clutches. Zombie Shock combines elements of castle defense games with an action-oriented control system to create an intensely addictive and challenging experience that almost anyone can enjoy. This particular combination of gameplay elements does present a few problems when it comes to the controls, allowing players to freely roam the s…

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Cubed Rally Racer Review

Review Jared Bailey By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 6 months ago
Cubed Rally Racer Review

While this may be the second time I've invoked 'RC Pro-Am' in a single week, it's hard to escape the immediate comparison to this classic title and nocanwin's latest release Cubed Rally Racer. Players are put in control of a rally racer and will need to complete randomly generated sprints to unlock even more objects to be used in successive tracks. Control is kept simple and your rally racer can be turned left or right with the use of two large buttons, with acceleration handled by a…

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Crash Bandicoot Nitro 2 Arrives

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 6 months ago
Crash Bandicoot Nitro 2 Arrives

Activision has recently released Crash Bandicoot Nitro 2 on the iPhone and iPod Touch, featuring all the classic gameplay now with multiplayer and more... Fans can race as Crash or one of nine other characters on 12 unique tracks for a wild ride as they gather power-ups and a multitude of weapons to slow down opponents. Friends can also challenge each other in the all new multiplayer mode. Four players can race against each other, over the internet, in three different modes.  The game is available on the AppStore for the steep price of $9.99, we'll have a review up soon if you want to hang on before buying. Screenshots:…


Splinter Cell Conviction™ Review

Review Gameloft By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 6 months ago
Splinter Cell Conviction™ Review

Gameloft have brought the latest game in the Splinter Cell saga 'Conviction' to the iPhone, giving gamers a chance to follow the story of super agent Sam Fisher in this intense action-stealth title. Conviction has brought the series back from a strong stealth-oriented system that makes Fisher more of a stealthy action hero than a deadly ninja. This has simplified the controls immensely, requiring only the analogue stick to automatically transition between fast and stealthy movement an…

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Bio Army Review

Review DigiRabi By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 6 months ago
Bio Army Review

Bio-monsters are invading, so it's time to crack out the troops to defend your base. Bio Army by DigiRabi forgoes being weighed down by a well crafted storyline and gets straight in to the action for this fairly standard tower defense title. Various military units acting as 'towers', buildings and traps can by dragged on to the game's fixed grid placements while upgrades are performed by selecting structures to bring up a detailed menu. Each level has various obstacles that prevent pl…

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Love Love Review

Review Bambalam By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 6 months ago
Love Love Review

With so many Apps coming out each day - some from major companies, most from independent groups - it's easy to miss some real gems. Love Love by Bambalam is a diamond that shouldn't be passed over if you love puzzle match titles. In a similar vein to Dr Mario inspired games, blocks enter the screen as paired groups using each of the primary colors (red, yellow and blue) or a gray 'broken heart'. Matches are made by joining 4 or more same colored blocks directly, however there's an add…

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Bowmaster Review

Review iOccam By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 6 months ago
Bowmaster Review

With so many bow-related games to choose from, it's nice to experience first-hand how to aim and fire a bow thanks to Bowmaster by iOccam. Putting aside the references to Robin Hood, your goal is to compete against various archers in a competition to score the most points in an artificially created shooting range. Aiming and firing is easy to achieve, using two fingers in the portrait orientation to aim and draw back your bow and arrow. Various mock-animals will make their way around…

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Tactica Review

Tactica Review

Learning how to master Tactica by Konrad Feiler can be extremely challenging despite its simple tactical gameplay. Your objective is to capture as much of the hexagonal-grid board as possible while maintaining your army, but one bad move can cost you an entire game, so choose your moves carefully. In some ways Tactica feels much like a game of chess, with players needing to predict the moves of opponents while attempting to keep track of their potential income and possible reinforceme…

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Spectre 3D Review

Spectre 3D Review

It's no surprise for some old-school gamers, but Spectre for Macintosh computers in the early 90s is noteable for being one of the first multiplayer network games available. Brilliant Bytes Software have resurrected the original and VR versions of Spectre for the iPhone generation and with a few modern touches it's still a perfect way to blast away your spare time. When played in classic Spectre mode, players are given a virtual stick to move forward, backwards and to turn left or rig…

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Rimelands Trailer Released

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 6 months ago
Rimelands Trailer Released

Finnish developer Dicework Games has released the first trailer for the upcoming RPG Rimelands: Hammer of Thor. We published an interview with Arto Koistinen, one of the games creators and CEO of Diceworks a couple of weeks ago. Checkout the interview for more info on the game. Checkout the Trailer:…


Phoenix Wright Review

Review CAPCOM By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 6 months ago
Phoenix Wright Review

Phoenix Wright for your iPhone? Heck yeah! In keeping up with adapting games for the App Store, CAPCOM have released their iconic adventure series to the iPhone, utilizing a modified version of the Nintendo DS release. Much like the DS version, the game is touch driven through menus though some changes have occurred to make better use of the iPhone's limited screen space. Instead of simple select menus, most require you to hold your finger down to open up and scroll to the various opt…

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Hungry Shark On Sale!

News By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 6 months ago
Hungry Shark On Sale!

FGOL have announced that their Weekend 50% Off sale of Hungry Shark was so successful that they'll be continuing the sale until Part 2 of their game has been released. This will be a free update to the original game adding more content to the shark-based sandbox game, essentially giving you twice the value for half the cost! An iPad specific version is also in the works, so if you haven't got an iPhone or iPad Touch then you won't be left out. AppSpy.com Review of Hungry Shark (4/5):…


Pillowfight Girls Review

Review iwin, Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 6 months ago
Pillowfight Girls Review

In a world where girls must fight each other using pillows as their weapons, you must enter the Pillowfight Championship to prove your superior fighting skills. I couldn't even begin to make something like that up, but the premise doesn't really have to make much sense when Pillowfight Girls by I-play is just a simple excuse to show off a bit of T'N'A on your iDevice. The controls are about as simple as fighting games can get, using a d-pad to move and change your basic attack. A bloc…

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Fruit Ninja Gets Another Update!

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 6 months ago
Fruit Ninja Gets Another Update!

Halfbrick Studios has announced another massive update for their highly successful app Fruit Ninja. The content of this update has been created and polished based on the huge amount of feedback received from the Fruit Ninja fans. In fact, the gameplay additions for version 1.2 are so large, the overall content has been doubled from the original game! Checkout Halfbricks new Fruit Ninja Trailer: Update Includes: ZEN MODE! This is a brand new way to play Fruit Ninja. No bombs, no lives - just fruit! You have 90 seconds in each game to slash to your heart's content, mastering swiping and ending the journey of many juicy opponents. Better yet, there is a little something extra to he…


Karate Champ Review

Review CROOKS & CROOKS, Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 6 months ago
Karate Champ Review

It's hard not to recognize Karate Champ in one way or another, especially as it heralded the beginning of a new genre of games by being one of the first side-on fighters for the arcade. Revolutionary Concepts has brought a full adaption of the classic arcade title to the iPhone for players to once again re-live the glory days of a fighter that required true skill to master. In keeping with the original arcade title, players are given two virtual arcade sticks at the bottom of a portra…

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