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Parrot launches WiFi Drone

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 9 months ago
Parrot launches WiFi Drone

French Wireless Developers Parrot have announced the launch of AR. Drone, a WiFi controlled helicopter drone which incorporates mounted cameras (both widescreen and high speed), iPhone controllers, augmented reality, ultrasound sensors and new features such as automatic flight stabilization. Parrot say they had spent 4 years doing research and development for the project. "The idea of the Parrot AR.Drone project is to create a performing qudricopter with the best of today's technologies in order to enter universes that are not yet explored, mixing video game and the real world." - Parrot Website The AR. Drone is indeed impressive, the Drone itself has two mounted cameras, MEMS (Micro Ele…


Sword of Fargoal Review

Review Fargoal, LLC By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 9 months ago
Sword of Fargoal Review

The call to adventure cries out for a hero. Are you brave enough to dwell deep into a 20 level dungeon and find the enchanted Sword of Fargoal? Let’s hope so. Players will embark on a Gauntlet style journey and must defend against monsters, avoid traps and collect as much gold as possible all while seeking the magic blade. Players navigate the dungeon by swiping their finger in the direction they wish to move and use spells and perform other actions using the appropriate on scre…

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The Simpsons Arcade Review

Review Electronic Arts By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 9 months ago
The Simpsons Arcade Review

It’s been 20 years since The Simpsons made their initial television debut and since then there has been no shortage of merchandise, fan canon and video game adaptations. One such game was the ‘91 side scrolling beat ‘em up aptly named The Simpsons. Well now EA has put their time into developing similar arcade madness into a readily available iPhone game. The Simpsons Arcade puts players in control of Homer as he begins an epic chase after a tantalising looking donut.…

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Finger Physics Free - Only for Today!

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 9 months ago
Finger Physics Free - Only for Today!

Mobliss Inc's Finger Physics is free in the AppStore today! Finger Physics is a physics based, puzzle game compiling of a number of different mini-games. Players must play through a series of levels each with different physics based goals. Some require you to build a tower with the blocks given to you, other require you to remove blocks so that an egg can drop into a basket. Each level varies and progressively gets harder and harder. Links: Read & Watch AppSpys Full Review of Finger Physics Finger Physics at iTunes…


Thor Review

Review Freeverse, Inc. By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 9 months ago
Thor Review

All you aspiring Berserkers and Viking warriors out there get ready to feel the swift fury of Thor the Thunder God. You must raise your enchanted hammer and purge the lands of evil - not by combat but by running and avoiding obstacles ahead of you. Yes, Thor takes the bloodthirsty live to fight mentality of the Viking warriors and gives it a ‘PG wash’ for iPhone users. Players must travel across 4 mystic lands chasing after enemies all while avoiding obstacles and collecting diffe…

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Struck: Strategy + Luck Review

Review Art Whirled By Kelly Mitchell, 4 years, 9 months ago
Struck: Strategy + Luck Review

Looking for a puzzle game that offers something different to traditional board games? As the name suggests, Struck is a puzzle game in which players must rely on their own strategy and luck in order to win. The basic goal is for players to occupy all four of their opponent's goal squares whist blocking them from capturing your own. To roll the dice players must shake their iPhone and then tap the screen to move their pieces along the board. The number of moves a player can make each t…

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iDodge: Space Ninja Review

Review Jormy Games By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 9 months ago
iDodge: Space Ninja Review

iDodge: Space Ninja is an accelerometer based arcade game where players guide their delivery ship in order to successfully evade and dodge enemy turret fire, ensuring your survival and the safe delivery of your cargo. Players will need to control speed, harness their intuition and use of your space ninja skills to survive each level. As mentioned, the game is controlled by tilting your iPhone to control the speed and direction of your space ship. Players are also free to use a number…

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Flying Fears? Get help from a Virgin

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 9 months ago
Flying Fears? Get help from a Virgin

Sir Richard Branson's company Virgin Atlantic is always ready to adopt new innovations, be it either civilian space travel or an iPhone App. Branson has also been well known for his philanthropy and personal approach to passengers, giving even low budget airline travel a bit of class. This has extended into the companys' Flying without Fear Courses and newly released iPhone App of the same name, designed to help those who have a fear of flying cope with their travels. This is a clever business concept, pulling in loyal customers while promoting the companys 'human' side.Though despite the steep cost involved with attending the actual course (which is still quite affordable compared to years…


Underwater: Columns Colors The Game 2 Review

Review GameEra Inc. By Kelly Mitchell, 4 years, 10 months ago
Underwater: Columns Colors The Game 2 Review

Underwater The Game 2 is a match 3 bejewelled-inspired take on the classic puyo puyo formula that is completely gesture based. Set in the bottom of the ocean, players need to match up like-coloured jelly fish as they fall from the top of the screen to uncover the image hidden in the background. The game controls are all located in an action bar at the bottom of the screen where players have the option to move the jelly fish left or right, drop the jellyfish or shuffle the colours of t…

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Totemo Review

Review Hexage.net By Kelly Mitchell, 4 years, 10 months ago
Totemo Review

Totemo is a match 3 style puzzle game where you must help the witch doctor free trapped spirits from an evil spell by vertically or horizontally matching rows of contiguous spirits until none are left on the game board. The controls for the game are easy to use with players only needing to tap the screen to make their selections and unlike typical match 3 games, players may also be required to match between two to four spirits depending on the level requirement. This provides an chall…

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Screw The Dealer Pro Review

Review We Are Colin By Kelly Mitchell, 4 years, 10 months ago
Screw The Dealer Pro Review

For those looking for something a little different to the traditional card game, Screw the Dealer Pro has now arrived in the appstore. Screw the Dealer Pro is mixture of the classic 'Whist', 'Trumps', 'Spades' and 'Oh Hell' card games with its own twist that will keep players thinking on their toes. The twist is that winning hands isn't the most important thing in the game, although you will earn a point for each that you do. Instead the focus lays on the player bidding the right amou…

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Cabby Review

Review Hidden Games By Kelly Mitchell, 4 years, 10 months ago
Cabby Review

Everybody knows driving cars on the ground was so yesterday! Similar to the style of of Atari's arcade classic Lunar Lander, Cabby is a 3D thrust based game set in the future where players must pick up and drop off passengers and parcels as quickly as they can in a flying taxi without crashing or running out of fuel. Although the game doesn't include a tutorial, the controls are fairly basic and easy to pick up with a bit of practice. The key to mastering this game is for players to f…

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In the Mood for a Little Golf?

News By Callum Webster, 4 years, 10 months ago
In the Mood for a Little Golf?

'Let's Golf' from developer Gameloft is being given away for free in the AppStore today. It is one of our highest ranking golf games, just behind Tiger Woods PGA Tour (or should I say former PGA Tour, heh, topical humor). It was also listed on iTunes Rewind Best Sellers for 2009. Rush in and Tee-Off! View our review for Let's Golf More Golf Reviews at AppSpy: Twilight Golf * (not associated with Sparkling Vampires) Invisible Links Adrenaline Golf Melon Golf Mini Golf Wacky Worlds PGA Golo Golf Dice…


Alex The Fox Review

Review dusan lazarevic By Kelly Mitchell, 4 years, 10 months ago
Alex The Fox Review

Alex the fox is a mad dash and collect game where you play Alex, a hungry fox who's normally well behaved, but now facing starvation, he has resorted to stealing eggs from the village in order to feed himself. With the full moon in the sky, you must act quickly and collect as many eggs as possible whilst avoiding the items being hurled at you by the angry villagers you stole from. Players are able to guide Alex to the eggs and avoid objects by touching and dragging their finger across…

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Florix Review

Review iD EAST By Kelly Mitchell, 4 years, 10 months ago
Florix Review

Florix is a puyo puyo style arcade game set in a flower garden where the player must clear the falling flowers by matching the colours of the petals with other flowers that have previously fallen to the ground. Each flower petal has its own colour. As players eliminate flowers, new ones continue to grow on twigs at the top of the screen and fall to the ground. Players are able to move the flowers by swiping their finger along the screen and can rotate the petals by touching on either…

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