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Plants v's Zombies has a release date

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 8 months ago
Plants v's Zombies has a release date

PopCap Games have announced the release date for Plants v's Zombies for iPhone and iPod Touch via Twitter. The game will be launching on February 15.   Checkout the trailer:…


Gameloft Releases GT Racing Motor Academy

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 8 months ago
Gameloft Releases GT Racing Motor Academy

Gameloft have announced the launch of their newest racing game; GT Racing Motor Academy on the AppStore which they claim to be the most 'comprehensive and realistic racing simulator' for the iPod Touch and iPhone. There are 24 manufacturers and more than 100 licensed cars to buy, drive and upgrade, from the Nissan GT-R and Audi R8 to the greatest Ferrari models. 14 tracks, including the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, urban and rally tracks. Choose from either a large Career mode with several driving tests, challenges and money rewards, or an Arcade mode with online competitions. Players can optimize their car's performance and race with 6 different driving sensations, including an exclusiv…


Eveningstar Review

Review Divine Robot Ltd By Kym Holmes, 4 years, 8 months ago
Eveningstar Review

Eveningstar is a forward scrolling shoot em up with a slightly different focus on the way you destroy enemies. The goal, as with most shoot em ups, is to fly to the end of the level killing enemies along the way to eventually take down the boss. The difference that Eveningstar uses to separate it from any other space shoot em ups is that you have an energy ball floating around the ship that acts as your primary weapon. To control the ship, you simply move your finger around the screen…

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Broken Sword: Director's Cut Review

Review Revolution By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 8 months ago
Broken Sword: Director's Cut Review

With the iPhone’s embrace of the classic point and click adventure genre, more and more ports of old franchises have come into development. The latest addition to the iTunes store is Broken Sword: Directors Cut, originally released on PC in 1996. You take control of French Journalist, Nico and American Tourist, George as they must unravel and uncover a long trail of deception, murder and mystery. While some point and click adventure games have had some minor control faults on th…

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Glow Hockey 2 Review

Review Natenai Ariyatrakool By Kym Holmes, 4 years, 8 months ago
Glow Hockey 2 Review

If you were to blend Air Hockey with the neon glow of Las Vegas, the resulting smoothie would come out looking somewhat like Glow Hockey. Glow Hockey is a simple Air Hockey game for the iPhone that replaces the table, puck and sticks with neon glowing counterparts. As per other Air Hockey games, you control your stick with your finger and simply drag it to hit the puck when it enters your side of the table. There's nothing outlandish or different, but the controls are simple and respo…

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Space Miner™ Review

Review Venan Entertainment, Inc. By Luke Bartley, 4 years, 8 months ago
Space Miner™ Review

Coming in to dock on the App store, Space Miner: Space Ore Bust will easily mine its way into your heart. Imagine if Asteroids were an RPG, with a ton of class and oozing personality, and you might be close. As the pilot of a mining ship, you must help your Uncle Jeb's failing mining company by travelling around in space, shooting asteroids and harvesting the ore within. Using the profits to upgrade your ship in a variety of ways, you go from a tub of scrap to owning a ship to be proud…

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Warheads Review

Review Pangea Software, Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 8 months ago
Warheads Review

One of the great things about the App Store is seeing how classic arcade games are revived and reinterpreted for a new audience.  Warheads is the latest release from Pangea Software and attempts to update the seminal arcade game Missile Command. Jumping into the game couldn't be easier and requires a quick tap and a quick wit to survive each successive wave sent to wipe you out. The basic screen layout is the same as the original, with three missile lanchers set amongst objects y…

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Nanosaur 2 Review

Review Pangea Software, Inc. By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 8 months ago
Nanosaur 2 Review

Time travel is always a tricky issue. There are enough loop holes and technicalities that will disprove just about every single theory. But in Nanosaur 2, when gun wielding dinosaurs from the future are thrown into the mix, it’s safe to say that accuracy isn’t a key part of the game. Players control the Nanosaur and must travel back in time to retrieve a number of stolen dinosaur eggs and safely return them to the future. Movement is controlled by tilting the iPhone and we…

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GloBall Review

Review Robot Super Brain By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 8 months ago
GloBall Review

For those of you who strive to be the best at any games you play, who spend hours making sure that your highscore ranks in the top 100 leaderboards then GloBall might be the perfect game for you. GloBall is a gravity based ball game where players roll around a maze, smashing different coloured gems in order to max out your highscore. Players control the speed and direction of their ball by tilting their iPhone. There are a number of different power-ups and score multipliers that you c…

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Ghosts'n Zombies Review

Review TipCat Mobile By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 8 months ago
Ghosts'n Zombies Review

Ghosts'n Goblins. Ghouls'n Ghosts. These are names that can conjure up a deep seeded fear that represents some of the harshest platformers to grace arcades and home consoles. So it's no surprise that some may avoid Ghosts'n Zombies by Tipcat Mobile expecting another platformer, but those who do avoid it will be missing out on a fun and challenging action shooter that's perfect for gaming on the go. Ghosts'n Zombies is the story of an elderly monk and his quest to eliminate the demons…

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Pocket Chef™ Review

Review Gameloft By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 8 months ago
Pocket Chef™ Review

Whether or not French cuisine agrees with you or not, it's not hard to recognize that France is the home of exquisite food. So it's no big surprise that French publisher Gameloft has created their own spin on cooking games with Pocket Chef being the first 3D version to hit the App Store. There are no real surprises when playing each of the cooking mini-games. The gameplay is refined from popular variants like Cooking Mama, requiring players to slice, tap, swirl and drag food to succes…

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Parachute Ninja Review

Review Freeverse, Inc. By Luke Bartley, 4 years, 8 months ago
Parachute Ninja Review

Out of all the deadly things in a ninja's arsenal, one thing has always been missing. Parachutes! That is about to change with Parachute Ninja. After your village was burned and your family killed, you (a pacman look-a-like in a ninja suit) set out to enact revenge. Along the way your last surviving uncle Master Yo shows you the art of being a ninja. Players use slingshot platforms to fling their way through the level, while avoiding obstacles and enemies, and not falling in the water…

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Flick Kick Field Goal Review

Review PikPok By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 8 months ago
Flick Kick Field Goal Review

Flick Kick Field Goal by PikPok is just in time for Superbowl-fever and with its quick to play style and addictive gameplay it might just be what you need to fill the hours before the big kick-off. Even if you're not a football fan Flick Kick is perfect for fans of endless games like Paper Toss. Lets not beat around the bush, the title says it all. Once you've picked from one of the four available modes of Sudden Death, Arcade, Time Attack or Practice, it's a simple matter of lining u…

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Gameloft Releases Pocket Chef

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 8 months ago
Gameloft Releases Pocket Chef

Gameloft has just released Pocket Chef, getting your fingers to work in the kitchen! Follow up to 25 yummy recipes step by step and put your precision & speed to the test in 19 fun mini-games! Bake, boil and blend your way to become a Culinary Master! Put on your chef's hat and prepare for gourmet fun!   The need for precision makes Pocket Chef loads of fun! Thanks to the accelerometer, you'll play by making the same movements as if you were really cooking. Soon you will become obsessed with flipping steaks before they burn, or breaking an egg without smashing it! Plus, the game doubles as a recipe book available to you 24/7! You'll find great recipes for gazpacho, tropica…


Flaboo! Review

Review Fluttermind By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 8 months ago
Flaboo! Review

Every now and then a game comes along that just hits all of your buttons and sucks you right in. Flaboo! by Fluttermind is a new endless gameplay style game that is cute, addictive and most worryingly of all a danger to any amount of spare time you have. Initially Flaboo can be compared to games like Doodle Jump and requires you to bounce your fat chick higher and higher up a series of clouds. Here's where the similarities end as the game combines complex gameplay to keep you constant…

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