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Bix Review

Review Padadaz By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 7 months ago
Bix Review

Bix by Padadaz is a great new arcade game that fuses the classic gameplay from Taito's Qix with more modern gameplay adaptions from Jezzball and KBounce. For those who don't know these iconic games, Bix is an arcade game that has you racing to claim screen's space without being hit by balls bouncing around the increasingly smaller play area. Your "tracer" is controlled by simple directional swipes to indicate which direction it should draw a line and subsequently create a box. Lives a…

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Thirty One Review

Review Luke Campbell By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 7 months ago
Thirty One Review

Thrity One is a card drawing game that takes some of the rules of Blackjack and makes them its own. As you can probably guess, the player’s goal is to use their cards to total up a score of thirty one, or close enough to it. You’ll play against two AI opponents in a series of matches in hopes of earning the most coins by winning hands. Players are given three cards initially to play with. From here, you’ll have to decide to either take the card on the table or flip t…

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Cell War Review

Review TipCat Mobile By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 7 months ago
Cell War Review

Cell War is a horizontal shooter much like R-Type and other arcade shooter games. Your goal is to pilot the nano machine and stop the spread of infectious diseases and viruses that could wipe out mankind. But fear not, the nano machine can be upgraded with powerful collectibles that will give those nasty germs a run for their money - or whatever germs exchange for goods and services. Players control the nano machine by tilting their iPhone to move, tapping on enemies to launch a power…

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Twilight Golf Review

Review Andrew Korth By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 7 months ago
Twilight Golf Review

Sometimes a developer can get so caught up in showing off new and exciting features that they forget to make a game out of it that's genuinely interesting and not just a demo of "cool stuff". Howling Moon Software almost trips over that line in Twilight Golf, however it's a serene experience to enjoy from start to finish. Twilight Golf is, as the name suggests, a golf-like game where stroke angle and power are determined by dragging away from the ball and at an angle. This is easy to…

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Tilteroids Review

Review JackCraft By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 7 months ago
Tilteroids Review

You'd be forgiven for thinking that Tilteroids by JackCraft isn't the most original name for a game that involves TILTing the iPhone to shoot asteROIDS, but when a game does both of these things so well it's hard to call it anything else. As you'd expect tilting performs the main duty of controlling your craft around the screen maneuvering your ship and at the same time aiming your weapon. Tilting to the sides smoothly rotates your shots left and right while moving side-to-side; tilti…

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SpongeDude Review

Review Handplant Studios By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 7 months ago
SpongeDude Review

SpongeDude is a physics based puzzle game where players take control of SpongeDude, a green cube who has been exiled to earth for falling asleep while on guard duty of the moon. It’s now up to you to get him off this bizarre planet and back home, but this is easier said than done. Seeing as how SpongeDude does not have any limbs, he cannot move or walk on his own accord. You’ll need to collect and use various objects that will move, lift or blast SpongeDude through each le…

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Scene It? Twilight Review

Review GameHouse By Kelly Mitchell, 4 years, 7 months ago
Scene It? Twilight Review

Twilight fans and movie buffs alike will be racing to sink their teeth into the next instalment of the Scene It? franchise, Scene It?: Twilight. The game offers players over 500 multiple choice questions in six different game modes with over 40 puzzles in each game mode based on movie clips, music and audio from the movie. The game also offers a multiplayer “Twilightning” mode where players can compete against their friends and can share their scores on Facebook and Twitte…

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MONOPOLY Review

Review Electronic Arts By Kelly Mitchell, 4 years, 7 months ago
MONOPOLY Review

Monopoly fans who were disappointed with the earlier release of Monopoly: Here and Now will be very pleased with EA Games' second release of the popular franchise, Monopoly. Unlike the previous release, Monopoly features all of the classical properties that were featured in the original board game such as St. Charles Place, Illinois Avenue and Boardwalk. The controls for the game are easy to use. To roll the dice the player needs to give their iPhone a quick shake and to buy, sell and…

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BloodyXmas Review

Review MADFINGER Games, a.s. By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 7 months ago
BloodyXmas Review

From the title alone, it’s safe to say that Bloody Xmas is not your usual happy Christmas game; unless of course you’re a serial killer. Either way, Bloody Xmas puts players in control of a badass reinvention of Santa as he must defend his workshop from thieving little creatures. So it’s up to you to dismember and cleave your way through the incoming waves of enemies so they don’t steal all of your presents. Santa is controlled by tapping and holding on the scr…

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Daxterpieces Review

Review Baby Carrot Studios By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 7 months ago
Daxterpieces Review

Games as art is a debate that has dragged many people under its heavy weight, but no matter which side you choose to take it's always a treat to try out art as games. Daxterpieces by Baby Carrot Studios is a rather simple puzzle game that aims to let players explore artwork that's changeable and interactive. Each puzzle is a simple piece of artwork that can be flicked through with swipes similar to those used in the photo roll. No zooming is available, but tapping sections of the artw…

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The Impossible Quiz! Review

Review inXile Entertainment By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 7 months ago
The Impossible Quiz! Review

Games that aim to annoy are an odd breed. The Impossible Quiz by inXile Entertainment dances on the line of frustration and entertainment with care and when you accept the challenge you do so knowing it won't be fair. Playing the game involves being taunted with touch-to-respond answers that require thoughts so bendy they'd only look straight in a carnival fun house mirror maze. There's not as much of a dependance on "what am I thinking" logic puzzles and more of a dependance on "gues…

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Cubik Review

Review HallwayLight By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 7 months ago
Cubik Review

Cubik is a memory based game where players must clear away a large cluster of coloured shapes by gathering points in order to do so. Players earn points by tapping out different coloured sequences shown on screen. Players have control of the length of each sequence and more points are awarded the longer it is. Players tap and hold on the lower left hand button in order to be given the ‘Simon says’ style sequence and will have to tap out that sequence correctly once they le…

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Baseball Superstars® 2010 Review

Review GAMEVIL USA, Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 7 months ago
Baseball Superstars® 2010 Review

After a long wait, fans of GAMEVIL's Baseball Superstars 2009 can finally pick up the sequel to their favorite game. 2010 continues to bring solid arcade baseball action to the iPhone with all the features you've come to expect of the series and a bit more polish. The controls have seen a bit of an overhaul in this sequel, removing a lot of the clutter from the previous game. Whether you're pitching or hitting, a virtual d-pad makes it easy to select where you're going to throw or hit…

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Women's Murder Club: Death in Scarlet Review

Review iwin, Inc. By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 7 months ago
Women's Murder Club: Death in Scarlet Review

If you’ve played a hidden object iPhone game before then it’s safe to say that you’ll know what to expect. Women’s Murder Club: Death in Scarlet is the latest entry to the genre and not only offers players gameplay that requires a sharp eye for detail, but also a new adventure in author James Patterson’s Women’s Murder Club universe. You’ll play as characters from the book series and you'll work together in order to solve this murder mystery.…

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U-Boot Plus Review

Review Bootant LLC By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 7 months ago
U-Boot Plus Review

uBoot is an arcade game that throws players in the deep end, literally. You’re in control of a small submarine and must travel the briny depths of the ocean all while avoiding various mines, strange sea creatures and other submarines. You must go as far as possible in order to max out your highscore and progress onto the next level. The controls differ based on which of the three difficulties you play on. In the easiest mode, players must move their ship up and down by tilting t…

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