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R.O.S.M ( Revenge of the Summon Monsters ) Review

Review Varshia By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 8 months ago
R.O.S.M ( Revenge of the Summon Monsters ) Review

At first glance, Revenge of the Summon Monsters (ROSM) looks like another typical castle-defense game. Monsters walk in, while you upgrade your defenses to prevent them from destroying your castle. However, ROSM combines the classic castle-defense mechanics with regular tower-defense style monster pathing to come up with something that's new while being familiar to fans of each genre. Summoned monsters of the realm have decided to rise up against those who have enslaved them and being…

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Crash Course Review

Review DFC Games By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 8 months ago
Crash Course Review

Inspired by games like Super Stardust HD on the PS3, Crash Course by DFC Games is a frantic twin-stick shooter that'll blow you away with its detailed special effects and fast-paced gameplay. Like most twin-stick games, the left stick controls your movement while the right stick fires your weapons. Various buttons on the interface allow you to trigger super-bombs, change weapons or activate a boost mode that provides temporary invincibility for plowing your way out of traps. The game…

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MATH SOLDIERS Review

Review Racjin Co.,Ltd. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 8 months ago
MATH SOLDIERS Review

MATH SOLDIERS is the latest release by Japanese developers Racjin for the App Store. While there's little to do with 'math' there's a whole lot of 'soldiers' and it's your job to match up the sliding tiles to counter-attack monsters invading your cartoon kingdom. In order to attack and defend your castle, tiles need to be matched in to groups of four. Sliding tiles across the screen is performed with a basic swipe and large tiles can move independently of the smaller tiles, making com…

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StickMan Rocks Review

Review InMotion Software, LLC By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 8 months ago
StickMan Rocks Review

I'm not a fan of rock-climbing, but is it normal for wildlife to go completely berserk and attempt to make your life a living nightmare as you make your way to the summit? StickMan Rocks by InMotion Software will put you off the idea of taking up the hobby of rock-climbing, but at least you'll have a fun endless vertical climbing game to play. As you make your ascent to the wild blue yonder, various beasties will attempt to befoul, poison, pummel or even maim you. Tilting allows you t…

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Sketch Nation Shooter Review

Review Engineous Games Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 8 months ago
Sketch Nation Shooter Review

When Little Big Planet was released an interesting article was written discussing the game's successes and failures, but one part in particular stuck with me. Paraphrased it goes along the lines of 'not everyone is a game designer, so why should we expect the games to be better than average?'. Sketch Nation Shooter by Engineous Games has brought a DIY shoot'em-up kit to the App Store, but is it worth the admission price? As a shooter most of the titles are fairly generic, but the exam…

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Monster Trucks Nitro 2 Review

Review RedLynx Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 8 months ago
Monster Trucks Nitro 2 Review

Yeeehaw! I lurves me some Monster Trucks! But in all seriousness, who doesn't get a little bit excited by these oversized vehicular behemoths and their destructive powers? Maybe you've never thought about it, but Monster Trucks Nitro 2 by RedLynx will make a believer of you as you flip, boost and smash your way to first place in this side-scrolling tilt racer. Once you've signed yourself up to a race you're slapped straight down in to a side-on view of your beastly ride. Acceleration…

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N.Y.Zombies Review

Review Foursaken Media By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 8 months ago
N.Y.Zombies Review

I have to admit, N.Y.Zombies has taken me by surprise. What looked on the surface to be a half-realized zombie shooting gallery turned out to be so compelling that I'm now behind on today's work. Foursaken Media's first entry for the iPhone may be using a tiring premise, but with gameplay this good I'd even be happy defending myself against 'sparkling vampires'. N.Y.Zombies is essentially a 360-degree shooting gallery and has seen various incarnations on the App Store already. Aiming…

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Go Karting?...why not?

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 8 months ago
Go Karting?...why not?

Funmiller have just released Go Karting, a neat racer with great graphics and gameplay for only $1.99. Checkout the YouTube vid: App Info: With the Go Karting game, Funmiller brings you an amazing go kart driving experience. Kart handling, track design and the lap time results are all closely based on a real life track in Sweden. This makes for an unusually enjoyable racing challenge with an accurate sensation of speed and thrill. As your driving skill increases, your lap times will naturally become more and more competitive. Upload your results to the global leaderboards available at www.funmiller.com and see how you fare in the international competition. Features: - Rac…


Dark Void Zero Review

Review Capcom Interactive, Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 8 months ago
Dark Void Zero Review

Claimed to be a 20 year old 'lost' title from Capcom's back catalog, Dark Void Zero is a lovingly created 8-bit tie-in for the recent release of Dark Void on major consoles. From its artwork to the controls and tinny soundtrack, Dark Void Zero is full of what made platformers such strong titles 'back in the day'. In keeping with the NES-style theme, Zero uses a virtual d-pad to move and two buttons for jumping and firing. These controls work well to provide 'revolutionary' 8-way firin…

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Aurora Feint 3 iPad Review

Review Openfeint Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 8 months ago
Aurora Feint 3 iPad Review

If your idea of fun involves trudging around and getting involved in random match-3 based puzzles, then you might find Aurora Feint 3 to be right up your alley. That is - of course - only if that's all you're interested in. As a continuation of their popular series and Danielle Cassley and Jason Citron's first release for the iPad, Aurora Feint 3's beauty only goes skin deep. Much like the previous titles, battling opponents is performed using their unique match-3 system. Tiles can be…

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N.Y. Zombies Bites into the AppStore

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 8 months ago
N.Y. Zombies Bites into the AppStore

Foursaken Media has released their new zombie shoot'em up N.Y. Zombies, and to celebrate, they are offering a 3 day launch sale of $1.99. Full of freaky graphics and gory blood splatters; N.Y. Zombies looks to be one of the higher quality zombie releases of late. Checkout the YouTube Trailer: App Info: New York City is in ruins, the streets are filled with zombies, and it's up to you to fight your way out and find safety. Blow away zombies with an incredible arsenal of weaponry in a stunning variety of locations including the streets of New York City, underground subways, abandoned highways, rural farmlands, broken down suburbs, mountain caves, and more! Or, try your hand at end…


Flight Control HD iPad Review

Review Electronic Arts By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 8 months ago
Flight Control HD iPad Review

If you've not played Flight Control by Firemint, then you might be missing out on a neat product that helped to define how line-drawing management games should feel. Thanks to the larger screen of the iPad, mastering this management game couldn't be easier and there's even a few new features to keep things interesting. For those not familiar with the gameplay, Flight Control throws you in the place of a air-traffic controller with several landing strips to manage. As aircraft enter th…

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Sonic the Hedgehog 2 Coming April 19th

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 8 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, 8 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, 8 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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