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Durak Review

Review Lost Token Software LLC By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 9 months ago
Durak Review

Card games are often hard to represent accurately in video games. Sure, the rules are easy enough to replicate, but it's so hard to replace the feel of playing a game with real cards and real people. Durak by Lost Token does a great job of making a virtual card game feel realistic and even gives you the ability to play with real opponents. For those that aren't aware of the game, Durak is a card shedding style of play that uses trick-taking rules to establish who wins or loses a round…

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Battle for Cydonia Review

Review Brisk Mobile Inc By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 9 months ago
Battle for Cydonia Review

2360: Battle for Cydonia by Brisk Mobile is the one of the latest mech shooters available for the App Store. With gameplay that combines real time strategy and action rpgs it's a frantically paced game, though this may not be as exciting as it sounds. With a top down RTS-inspired view point and interface, your mech uses a simple set of commands to lock on and eliminate enemies. The controls are intuitive and perfect for touch devices, which is a god-send for dealing with the hordes of…

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1000: Find 'Em All! Review

Review Glu Games Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 9 months ago
1000: Find 'Em All! Review

Do you find the monotony of fighting enemies over and over for fancy items frustrating? Do you have a bit of an obsessive compulsive need to explore every inch of a game you play? Most importantly, are you interested in a game that's fun and friendly for the entire family? 1000: Find 'Em All by Glu is a game all about exploration, not just in the virtual world, but also in the real world. Find 'Em All is a simple title of exploration where your character wanders around the game world…

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Trundle Review

Review mobile bros., LLC By Kym Holmes, 4 years, 9 months ago
Trundle Review

Trundle is a puzzle based game whereby you roll and jump a blue glowing ball through obstacles to continue to the next screen. Similar in essence to games like Rolando, Trundle has a unique visual quality and addictiveness that makes it stand out. The controls are simple enough in that you tilt the screen to roll the ball and tap the screen to jump. Working out the best timing for jumps to use the appropriate inertia can take time, but it all adds to the challenge of the game. There i…

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Riddim Ribbon feat. The Black Eyed Peas Review

Review Tapulous, Inc. By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 9 months ago
Riddim Ribbon feat. The Black Eyed Peas Review

Tapulous has made some of the better music and rhythm games on the iphone with their well recieved 'Tap Tap Revenge' series. Now they're trying a new take on the rhythm genre with Riddim Ribbon. Similar in look to the indie PC game Audiosurf, players ride a wave of the music chosen, but sadly that's where the similarities end. Players tilt their iphone to move left and right along the track. The aim of the game is to keep on the small road that moves in time to the beat. Along the roa…

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Military Madness: Neo Nectaris Review

Review KONAMI By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 9 months ago
Military Madness: Neo Nectaris Review

For those of you who can't get enough of turn based strategy games, one of the originals has been ressurected for the iphone. Military Madness was first released in 1989 and its sequel has been given a facelift. The story is a basic affair of axis vs allies, but with a futuristic vibe. Control is all touch based. To move a unit, you tap on it, tap where on the grid you want it to go, and then tap again to confirm the move. Attacking is similar as you double tap the enemy you wish to a…

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Doom II RPG Available Now

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 9 months ago
Doom II RPG Available Now

id Software have released the sequel to their hit mobile game Doom RPG. A first person shooter, sort of a Wolfenstein RPG facelift. We will have a review out shortly, but in the meantime here is the go down from the iTunes Store... The forces of Hell have invaded our dimension once again, and only you can stop them from their ultimate goal-conquering Earth! A mysterious distress signal calls your team-two hardened Marines and a rookie scientist-to a Union Aerospace Corporation research facility on Earth's Moon, but you were unprepared for what awaits you. The forces of Hell itself have taken hold of the station and its inhabitants! Zombies and demonic monsters roam the halls, killing al…


Plants v's Zombies has a release date

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 9 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, 9 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, 9 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, 9 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, 9 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, 9 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, 9 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, 9 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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