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Super Shock Football Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 8 months ago
Super Shock Football Review

Super Shock Football is a throwback to the old electric football machines that had tiny players moving around a vibrating football field. Players must strategize and use different plays, set up team positions and hope that they manage to get a touchdown as all player movement is randomised to mimic the old vibrating game machines. Players are limited in regards to the amount of control they have over their team but as mentioned, plays and tactics can be selected and team members can b…

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Surviving High School Paid Review

Review Electronic Arts By Kelly Mitchell, 4 years, 8 months ago
Surviving High School Paid Review

Ever wondered what your high school life might have been like if you had done things differently? Did you ever want to be the jock, the nerd, the popular guy or the outsider? Well until a time machine is created...this is the next best thing. Surviving high school is a text based adventure game where you play the new kid in high school whose fate is crafted by the decisions you make. The game plays out like a TV show with each level being an 'episode' in your high school life. Players…

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Virtual Villagers 3: The Secret City Review

Review Last Day of Work By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 8 months ago
Virtual Villagers 3: The Secret City Review

Virtual Villagers 3 by Last Day of Work is the latest installment of the series that combines puzzles with a fascinating voyeuristic style of gameplay that takes The Sims and gives it a Survivor TV series spin. A lot has gone in to transferring this game to the iPhone from the PC and Mac, but something was lost in translation during the process. The main set of controls only require you to drag and drop villagers between destinations, however this can be quite difficult as the menus,…

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Arachnadoodle Review

Review Connect2Media By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 8 months ago
Arachnadoodle Review

Arachnadoodle is a quirky puzzle game that allows players the chance to live out any life long dreams to be an arachnid. You play as a goofy little spider who must build a web using the small pins in each level as a frame in order to catch the oncoming waves of flies. You must complete your web by using all of the pins or else you risk losing your lunch and ending the game. Players jump around madly to spin their web by tapping and dragging out a direction they want the spider to jump…

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Angry Birds Review

Review Rovio Entertainment Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 8 months ago
Angry Birds Review

Angry Birds is the kind of physics sim come castle demolisher that follows on from games like Crush the Castle. Clickgamer.com may not have evolved the game too much, but smashing the defenses of your sworn enemy can be fun even if things do require a bit too much trial and error. Birds are launched at your foes via a slingshot you control simply through drag gestures. You can scroll the screen via dragging, but this is most useful after your first shot to follow the line of trajector…

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'Tapping' into Christmas

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 8 months ago
'Tapping' into Christmas

With the holidays growing closer, we are beginning to see some games in the App Store putting on a Christmas visard, just in time for that period of excessive spending which is December. We're also seeing some original Christmas releases, and offcourse, a waste basket full of puzzle games and quizzes. Giving Christmas a comical, and quite bloody angle, is Trigger Happy Christmas by Games Faction, the guys who created Ink Invaders. We'd always been weary of those little Elf's, and now, you can help Santa slaughter all of them! The game is full of comical animation, and a setting which looks like a cross between a gingerbread village and South Park. Another addition to this Slaughterhouse Ch…


Invisible Links Review

Review Polished Play, LLC By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 8 months ago
Invisible Links Review

Invisible Links is a line drawing game where players must play golf on a small piece of paper. However, the golf course is drawn on the paper with invisible ink and will fade away after you take your shot. Meaning you’ll have to memorise a clear path to the hole in order to get the best score you can. Players can practise their shots at any time by dragging the ball from the tee across the game course using their finger. When you are confident enough to take the shot, you’…

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Smashed (Full) Review

Review Hackdirt Ltd By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 8 months ago
Smashed (Full) Review

Smashed is a physics based game where players must demolish large structures and towers of crates as effectively as possible to rack up their highscore. The game also boasts an interesting story for players to work through, which is quite unusual for a physics game but certainly a welcomed addition. Players begin their training in site demolition and are given instructions on how to destroy wooden crates and other objects. You destroy objects by tapping on them and earn extra points b…

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GHOSTS'N GOBLINS GOLD KNIGHTS Review

Review CAPCOM By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 8 months ago
GHOSTS'N GOBLINS GOLD KNIGHTS Review

It's fairly common for older "classic" games to get a port on the iPhone, whether it be as an emulated copy, a stylized clone, or a complete overhaul. Ghosts'n Goblins Gold Knights by CAPCOM attempts to bring the classic arcade game to the iPhone while mashing modern styles together. Once you're in the game you'll find yourself presented with the familiar platform controls of a virtual d-pad on the left and attack/jump buttons on the right. They do take up a considerable amount of scr…

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I Dig It Expeditions Review

Review InMotion Software, LLC By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 8 months ago
I Dig It Expeditions Review

I Dig It Expeditions is the next release in the I Dig It series and not only offers players changes to the game format and displays but also to the game mode and story itself. Players must still uncover more hidden fossils, treasures and other goodies, without destroying their dig vehicle or running out of fuel. Players drill into the earth by using the on screen joystick and like the original, players can drill in any direction but upwards. However, players will need to drill deep in…

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James Cameron's Avatar Review

Review Gameloft By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 8 months ago
James Cameron's Avatar Review

It's not surprising that a developer like Gameloft were brought in to bring to life James Cameron's Avatar for the iPhone. For a film that's already critically acclaimed, it was really only a matter of time for game tie-ins to appear. Gameloft takes care to approach this as something worth playing first and it shows in every aspect of the game itself. Avatar is an action platformer that practically smashes others in the genre. You take control through the use of virtual analogue stick…

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PopCap Games 50% Off Sale!

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 8 months ago
PopCap Games 50% Off Sale!

PopCap Games, the masters of casual gaming who brought us such procrastinating enjoyments like Peggle, Bejeweled 2, and Plants vs Zombies has announced a 50% sale for the holiday season! PopCap have released three games on the iPhone so far, with the much anticipated Plants vs Zombies iPhone version coming soon. Links: PopCap Games Online Store. Watch our Peggle Review. Watch our Chuzzle Review. Watch our Bejeweled 2 Review. Watch our Bookworm Review.…


Firemints' Flight Control wins Best Game at Australian Developer Awards

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 8 months ago
Firemints' Flight Control wins Best Game at Australian Developer Awards

It's been a great year for Australian Developer Firemint - firstly with their game Flight Control selling 1.6 million copies around the world, followed by two of their games (Flight Control and Real Racing) being ranked in the top games on the AppStore for 2009. Flight Control was named the best Aussie-made game at the Game Developers' Association of Australia (GDAA) held on Monday 7th of December 2009 at Crown Towers in Melbourne, Victoria. Firemint earlier release, Real Racing, received nominations for Best Audio, Best Graphics, Best Game, and together with Flight Control were the only two nominees for Best Mobile Title. iPhone games are becoming quite the contenders in mainstream gaming…


Jumboo Review

Review Pavel Barak By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 8 months ago
Jumboo Review

Jumboo is an arcade jumping game where players take control of a large silverback gorilla who must jump up as high as possible using a number of platforms. The higher you jump, the faster the levels will scroll after you. If you fall off one of the platforms, or the bottom of the level scrolls up to you then you’ll end the game. Players control their gorilla by sliding their finger across the screen to control direction, and jump by tapping the screen. You’ll need to use b…

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FEATURE ARTICLE: Augmented Reality...a Reality?

Feature By Callum Webster, 4 years, 8 months ago
FEATURE ARTICLE: Augmented Reality...a Reality?

What if you were to stand in mid-town Manhattan, hold up your iPhone and walk through a reconstruction of the original Penn Station, as it was in the year 1910, or walk through the streets of London, admiring the pre-blitz buildings. Or how about playing the role of Pac Man as you are chased by Blinky, Pinky, Inky and Clyde through the labyrinth of back alleyways in Central Melbourne. Hungry? With every restaurant you turn to, you see an impressive listing of menus, opening hours and seating availability appear before your eyes. This is not too far off, in fact, it's practically here, and on the iPhone. Dutch Developer 'Layar' has introduced one of the first (of which will indeed be many) Ap…