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SpongeBob Kart Has Arrived

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 7 months ago
SpongeBob Kart Has Arrived

Nickelodeons childish and sometimes surreal SpongeBob SquarePants now has his own game on the iPhone! SpongeBob Kart has just recently been released by MTV Networks and is available in the AppStore for $2.99. App Info: One of the greatest events ever to hit Bikini Bottom is about to take place - Are you ready for the seaweed squishing, barnacle popping adrenalin ride that is Spongebob Kart?! You are?! Great! Join Spongebob Squarepants, Patrick Star, Squidward Tentacles and Gary the Snail as you aim to become the Bikini Bottom Karting champion but watch out the evil Plankton and The Flying Dutchman will be hot on your tail! 3D kart racing mayhem featuring you're racing hero Spongebo…


iBumpy Galaxy Review

Review Ivanovich By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 7 months ago
iBumpy Galaxy Review

iBumpy Galaxy by Ivanovich is a puzzle platformer that's not exactly easy get excited about. As a free game it's hard to complain about the basic gameplay, but when you're asked to pony up the cash for the remaining levels any issues you have with the gameplay start to look like serious flaws. To be fair to iBumpy, it's a very basic concept - collect as many objects in each level as you can and reach the exit. The faster you do this with the maximum amount of items, the better your fi…

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Weekend App Sales!

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 7 months ago
Weekend App Sales!

Checkout some of the great specials that have popped up in the AppStore this weekend! Time Loop - was 0.99 now Free! ReBound - was 1.99 now 0.99 Against the Fire! - was 1.99 now 0.99 Alive For Ever - was 2.99 now 0.99 iBlast Moki - was 2.99 - now 0.99 Scoops - Ice Creme Fun for Everyone - was 0.99 now Free! Time Loop Was 0.99 Now Free! Puzzle games have always tried to remain entertaining by introducing game mechanics that are simple to grasp, but eventually complex to execute. This keeps a game tantalisingly fun to play, while scratching your brain in all the right places. TimeLoop challenges players to think fourth-dimensionally as you use copies of yourself to rescue the pro…


Pirates Plunder Slots Review

Review 616 Digital LLC By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 7 months ago
Pirates Plunder Slots Review

Pirates Plunder by Pokie Magic is a vibrant new nautical themed slot machine for the App Store and as always it's another faithful adaption of a casino quality game. If you've never played a Pokie Magic slot machine game before there's not much to learn. It's a pick up and play game, which is obviously a good thing for a game designed for use in a casino. There's also an auto-play feature to assist on long stretches. The game's main feature mode unlocks a screen with treasure chests t…


Jungle Style Pinball Review

Review OOO Gameprom By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 7 months ago
Jungle Style Pinball Review

From the company that brought you The Deep Pinball, and Wild West Pinball, comes another pinball game. Jungle Style Pinball takes players to an ancient jungle ruin that is frought with peril, but you might just escape with some treasure as you uncover the many secrets within. Like Gameprom's previous pinball games, control of the flippers is acheived by tapping either the left or right side of the screen. You pull back the launcher to initially launch the ball, and you can shake the i…

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Radio Flare REDUX Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 7 months ago
Radio Flare REDUX Review

The rhythm action genre is a rare one. Aside from Rez not many games have done it well. Radio Flare Redux (RFR) is here to change all that with some good ol fashioned shoot'em up action. Piloting your ship and making waste of all in your path is standard for a shmup but doing it all to the beat of some high quality music makes this quite the experience. RFR uses a duel finger control scheme. Your left thumb controls your ship, while your right locks onto enemies. You can lock onto mul…

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Eco Punk Review

Review Nitako LTD. By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 7 months ago
Eco Punk Review

Are you enviromentally conscious? If you see some garbage in your path, do you pick it up and put it in the trash? Eco Punk does. Not only does this skateboarding rabbit pick up all the garbage in his neighbourhood, he gets rid of those polluting motorists! You control Eco Punk with your finger moving him and his skateboard around the screen. The goal is to pick up all the trash you can find while avoiding the cars. Pick up enough trash and you can get powerups that will let you desto…

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Raging Thunder 2 Review

Review Polarbit By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 7 months ago
Raging Thunder 2 Review

There are plenty of racing sims on the appstore, but sometimes you just feel like an arcade experience. Raging Thunder 2 has you driving as fast as possible, smashing into things and vying for first place. Earn enough cash and you can purchase new cars, and upgrade them for faster driving, and more intense smashing. Like most iphone racers, acceleration is handled automatically and turning is tilt based. There is a button for braking and one for boosting (and you'll definitely be hold…

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UniWar Free Today!

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 7 months ago
UniWar Free Today!

Javaground USA have just knocked down the price of their tactical strategy game UniWar from 4.99 to Free! Uniwar has players fighting to eliminate all opposing forces from the game grid to become victorious. Players will need to buy units, plan their attacks and capture bases to effectively win each battle. Read Full Review. Watch the video review below: Get the Game on iTunes!…


Chalkboard Stunts Review

Review Manta Research By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 7 months ago
Chalkboard Stunts Review

In the Alpine Crawler World review, the term physics racer was used. This seems an apt title as any to describe Chalkboard Stunts. Your tiny car has to drive over a landscape of chalk ramps and jumps to get to the raceflag as quickly as possible. Your car is controlled by two arrow buttons on the sides of the screen. One accelerates left, the other right. The buttons above it are for turning your car in air to land correctly, or righting it when you've flipped. At any time, the screen…

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Gundead Defense Review

Review Longtail Studios By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 7 months ago
Gundead Defense Review

Tower defense games are a dime a dozen on the iphone. If you're going to be taken seriously you need to be offering something special. Well how about multiplayer? Gundead Defense is a solid tower defense game that offers a multiplayer scenario to the genre that works surprisingly well. A young man named Cubby runs off to join his uncle and a gang of bank robbers to make some money, but what they didn't count on was zombies! Like all tower defense games, control is a tap away. Drag uni…

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Alpine Crawler World Review

Review Dimension Technics By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 7 months ago
Alpine Crawler World Review

It's hard to put Alpine Crawler World (ACW) into a genre. It's part racer, and part physics sim. Like its predecessor, and Moto X Mayhem, you have to finish the race in as short a time as possible, but the terrain, and the bounciness of your vehicle make that a lot harder than it sounds. Control is quite clever. On the left and right of the screen, there are accelerator and brake pedals. You tap them and then drag down to put your foot on them to drive or stop. Any slams to your car w…

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Alpine Crawler World; An-Off Road Simulator

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 7 months ago
Alpine Crawler World; An-Off Road Simulator

Indie developer 3D Magic Kft have recently released Alpine Crawler World, a cross country vehicle simulator. App Info: You can prove your skills and bravery on the mountainsides of the Alps with a strong rear wheel drive SUV. Your car can be damaged and your driver hurt, if you are not carefully. If your health bar reaches zero, you lose the race on that level. You can control your car's speed with the gas and brake pedals and you can move forward or backward. Pay attention that your car doesn't roll over or get stuck. Now with real time physics, weather effects, different cars and tracks to choose and much more. Features: - 3 game modes (Free ride, Time trial, Challange)- 4 ra…


Deliverace - Big trucks, squealing tires and amazing graphics!

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 7 months ago
Deliverace - Big trucks, squealing tires and amazing graphics!

Swedish Indie developers Pixel Bite, who came new on the iPhone scene last year have announced their third release which will be coming soon to the iPhone and Android. Deliverace mixes old-school racing with state of the art graphics and physics to take the genre to a whole new level. The spot-on game controls lets you powerslide through the highly detailed tracks, leaving skidmarks and chaos in your wake. Some of the features include: Possibly the most detailed 3D graphics yet seen on a mobile device. Advanced lighting and shadows affecting cars, objects, particles and tracks. 6 RWD cars with different drivers and characteristics. Proper 3D physics that makes you feel each b…


Spirit Review

Review Marco Mazzoli By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 7 months ago
Spirit Review

The Geometry Wars look has been popular for many games. With its neon glows and burts of light, it's very visually pleasing. Spirit is a game that utilizes this visual style to put you in the shoes of a ghost wrangler. Yes, a ghost who wrangles, oh, and who doesn't wear shoes. You control this ghost with your finger, moving him elegantly around the screen. The sensitivity might be a problem for some people, but it is adjustable in the options, and the movement is very fluid regardless…

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