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Sonic the Hedgehog 2 Coming April 19th

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 6 months ago
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 Coming April 19th

Sonic returns in a port of the original Sonic 2 which will feature all 11 zones in this nostalgia classic. There is word of no multiplayer and Tails takes a back seat in this version, but there is surely to be some high speed platformer fun!…


Fruit Ninja Coming April 21

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 6 months ago
Fruit Ninja Coming April 21

Aussie game developers Halfbrick have announced the upcoming release of their first iPhone game Fruit Ninja. Swipe your finger across the screen to deliciously slash and splatter fruit like a true ninja warrior. But be careful of the bombs, which are explosive to the touch and will put a swift end to your juicy adventure! "Violent and visceral combat. It's you versus a watermelon," says Luke Muscat, lead designer. "Who hasn't wanted to attack a melon with a sword just to see it explode? We've captured the awesome feeling of splatty squishiness, and thanks to the hands-on touch controls of the iPhone, you really feel satisfied with the sweet, juicy carnage on the screen!" Fruit Ninjas a…


BABEL Rising Review

Review Bulkypix By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 6 months ago
BABEL Rising Review

I must confess that I felt a bit guilty loading up BABEL Rising by Bulkypix. Perhaps it's just years of religious schooling kicking in, but being a vengeful god feels the slightest bit blasphemous. However, this new take on the defense genre is absorbing enough to keep even these weighty thoughts from interrupting a good time. BABEL plays much like an action oriented version of Pocket God. Super powers are at your disposal and charge up over time to provide more powerful versions. Var…

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Warpgate Review

Review Freeverse, Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 6 months ago
Warpgate Review

Warpgate by Freeverse has already had some time to warm up with its HD release on the iPad earlier this month, but how does it hold up for the iPhone? Following in the footsteps of games like Freelancer, Warpgate is a space trading and combat simulation that's perfectly suited for iDevices. What makes the genre so appealing is its blend of open-world mechanics with quest based objectives to convey an underlying storyline. Being action oriented, combat often represents the most complex…

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Stickbound FREE! Review

Review Gamenauts By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 6 months ago
Stickbound FREE! Review

Stickbound by Gamenauts is a tough nut to crack. Using a completely unique style of horizontal endless gameplay based on pole-vaulting your way across surreal landscapes, it's simultaneously one of the most frustrating, yet positively addictive games to play. All that you require to make your way forward is your wits and well timed taps. By tapping on the screen you extend a pole from your character to the ground, pushing yourself further away. Careful timing can spring you high up or…

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Silent Swords Zero Review

Review Oniric Games By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 6 months ago
Silent Swords Zero Review

It's surprising that the stealth-platformer has always seemed to sit on the back bench for a lot of gamers. While twitchy platformers can be fun, Silent Swords ZERO manages to slows things down turning small levels in to big challenges that are rewarding to eventually conquer. Little has changed for ZERO, with the controls being as open as the original. Movement is performed by default with a slide bar to keep your speed in check, but variations are available including rhythm-based ta…

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Say Hello to Scarface Last Stand

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 6 months ago
Say Hello to Scarface Last Stand

The official Scarface Shoot'em up is now out. Starwave has released Scarface Last Stand, not just an adaptation or homage, but a chance for you to play Tony Montana in the epic shootout from the mansion scene. App Info: - Send them all to bloody hell in 30 levels of intense action - Bury those cockroaches with more than 15 weapons including machine guns and rocket launchers - Get what's coming to you with achievements, unlockables and more - Defend your empire in two game modes The game starts when you 'Say Hello'. Visit Tony's office to change weapons, check stats, view achievements and unlock even more Scarface surprises. To Play: Scarface Last Stand is an arcade shooter, not a…


Star Wars: Cantina Review

Review THQ Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 6 months ago
Star Wars: Cantina Review

I guess it was really only a matter of time before the App Store was graced with a Star Wars themed management game. You play as Nia Adea in THQ Wireless' latest game Star Wars: Cantina and being the friendly happy-go-lucky lass that you are, you plunge headlong in to the world of managing a cantina to help your friend. Cantina keeps things simple and only requires tapping to perform actions. To counter this simplicity the game quickly throws you in the deep end, serving up more rowdy…

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ESPGALUDA II Review

Review CAVE CO.,LTD. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 6 months ago
ESPGALUDA II Review

ESPGALUDA II by Cave is the real deal when it comes to 'bullet hell' shooters and despite being five years in the making for this adaption, nothing is lost from the 2005 Arcade original. This is the sort of game that makes regular shooters look like a stroll in the park and despite its fierce looks, this is a game that can be enjoyed by gamers of all levels. ESPGALUDA II opts for several control levels with left and right hand variants to give players a fighting chance to learn the ga…

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StickBound Now Out

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 6 months ago
StickBound Now Out

Gamenauts have recently released StickBound for the iPhone and iPod Touch, a horizontal jumper which several game modes to choose from. The angle and placement of your stick determines the speed and trajectory of your jump as you launch yourself on and off of strange but familiar obstacles such as hamburgers and dairy cows, collecting stars and travel points. To celebrate the launch, Gamenauts are offering StickBound for the special price of $0.99 Checkout the YouTube Preview: Features: - Addicting and innovative gameplay! - Gorgeous graphics. - 2 Game Modes: Normal and Timed Modes. - 3 extra unlockable characters. - Fun ragdoll physics action. - Catchy music and sound effects.…


Silent Swords Zero Now Out

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 6 months ago
Silent Swords Zero Now Out

Oniric Games have recently released the prequel to the stealth action 2D game Silent Swords. App Info: Silent Swords ZERO goes back in time to reveal more about the story of the Little Black Ninja. Who is he? What is he looking for? Why are the Silent Swords so special? All the answers lie hidden under the cold white snow in this thrilling new installment of the Silent Swords saga. YouTube Video: Features: - Learn more about the story behind the Silent Swords and the Little Black ninja through more than 10 beautifully drawn comic book pages. - 25 story levels across 3 different settings: the dangerous underground mines, the freezing snow-covered mountains and the mysteriou…


ESPAGLUDA II released

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 6 months ago
ESPAGLUDA II released

Fresh from Japan, the arcade sensation ESPAGALUDA II has hit the AppStore for the iPhone 3GS and iPAD. App Info: Dodge and weave through the waves of bullets as they fill the screen, and go for a high score! Features: - 3 Levels of Difficulty, Control Settings and Display Options. - 2 Game Modes: "iPhone MODE" which Features a Scoring System Optimized for the iPhone, and "ARCADE MODE", an Adaption of the Arcade Hit. With all of the customization options available at your fingertips, anyone from shooting game beginners to advanced players can enjoy the world of ESPGALUDA II! - Bullet Storms just as Intense as the Arcade and Xbox 360 Versions! CAVE has maintained the beautiful graphic…


Chrome-8 Review

Chrome-8 Review

Chrome-8 by Far East Asia Development is a pure puzzle experience. This isn't the kind of game that appeals to many people, but anyone who has enjoyed games like PathPix will enjoy the simple challenge that Chrome-8 provides. Each puzzle represents a web of links used to shift the colored orbs on screen. Your goal is to align the colors in such a way that no two colors are linked. This sounds murderously difficult, but two game modes (and a total of 300 puzzles) are available to warm…

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MiniSquadron Special Edition Coming Soon

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 6 months ago
MiniSquadron Special Edition Coming Soon

While we may not expect to see a MiniSquadron HD on the iPad anytime soon, it has been announced that a special edition of the original twin-stick dogfighter is in the works. This edition is set to feature eight new levels, 50 unlockable planes (even a helicopter), and heaps of new weapons, bonuses, and a unique line up of enemies including vampires, jellyfish and even hamsters. A new release scheme is planned for this special edition with the first two levels being released for free, and the additional six available through in-app purchasing either with 2 at a time for $0.99 or $2.99 for the full package. Expect to see this one pop up in the AppStore within the coming months! Checkout…


Babylonian Twins, a neat Puzzle Platformer

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 6 months ago
Babylonian Twins, a neat Puzzle Platformer

Cosmos Interactive recently released the unique puzzle platformer Babylonian Twins HD on the iPad. Babylonian Twins is inspired from history books and authentic Middle Eastern art, it tells the story of the twin princes of Babylon, Nasir and Blasir, and their quest to defeat the evil magic of the great sorcerer and restore peace to the city. This game is special because of its development timeline, you can have a little read of the history below: History: Babylonian Twins is coming to you from the land of Babylon; it was originally developed in Iraq by three friends on the Amiga under the economic sanctions in the nineties. Their goal was to build a game that gives a positive image abou…