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MW Classic by Zynga Review

Review Zynga Inc. By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 2 months ago
MW Classic by Zynga Review

If you ever played the incredibly popular Facebook application Mafia Wars, then rejoice in this new port for the iPhone. The game play is the same as you remember it but with a few extra inclusions and easier access. Players must create their own mobster profile and rise up the ranks by taking on criminal jobs and fighting other mobsters. Players make their game choices by tapping on the screen and are all stat based. For example, if you choose to fight another mobster, you will win o…

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Fish Tycoon Review

Review Last Day of Work By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 2 months ago
Fish Tycoon Review

Fish Tycoon is a fish tank simulation where players feed, raise, breed and sell fish in order to unlock more tank items, rare fish eggs and eventually breed 7 rare and magical fish types. The game is a real time simulator, so the game will keep going when you stop playing, and over the span of a few hours, new fish will have grown and various other surprises will be waiting for you. The game is controlled by selecting different options with your finger. You can feed your fish, shop fo…

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geoDefense Review

Review Critical Thought Games By Myles McKinnon, 5 years, 2 months ago
geoDefense Review

Geo-Defense is a game that certainly tests your tower defense skills.  Having to strategically place blasters, laser cannons and other weapons to prevent hoards of creeps destroying your headquarters. The menu is easy to navigate making all the options for this game readily available. The in game controls allow you to do anything you have to quickly and efficiently. After advancing to some higher levels, this reviewer was definitely thankful for this. You can buy, upgrade, or sel…

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Bloons Review

Review Ninja Kiwi By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 2 months ago
Bloons Review

If you asked a monkey to throw a limited amount of sharp darts at a bunch of tethered balloons and scored him based on how many he managed to pop, you'd probably look a little mad. But if you buy Bloons by Digital Goldfish you can live out that dream in all of its puzzle based glory; or if it's not your dream, you can at least enjoy the plethora of clever puzzles within. The control is simple, with players draging their finger to set the power and angle of their shots. Annoyingly, the…

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Stand O’Food® (Full) Review

Review G5 Entertainment By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 2 months ago
Stand O’Food®  (Full) Review

Stand O'Food by G5 Entertainment attempts to mesh puzzle gaming with the popular time management genre, but ultimately feels like it comes off as second-rate for each instead of the unique genre it tries to create. It's an unforgiving game in terms of difficulty, but if you're having fun you might just let it slide while you whip up your latest food sensation. The game is driven entirely by touch controls to select ingredients in order, adding sauces or putting your creation in a box…

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AirTycoon - Airline Management Review

Review TRADEGAME Lab Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 2 months ago
AirTycoon - Airline Management Review

If you've ever had a burning desire to be a CEO of an airline company, then Air Tycoon by TRADEGAME Lab can fulfill that odd wish. For everyone else, Air Tycoon is a great management simulator that sucks you in to the complex world of competing airlines. Air Tycoon uses a standard touch based interface, with all your needed controls accessed through various menus on screen. Despite the rather bland appearance of the menus, the interface is extremely informative, providing all the stat…

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X-Plane Extreme Review

Review Laminar Research By Beau Burtenshaw, 5 years, 2 months ago
X-Plane Extreme Review

The X-Plane series for iPhone has always offered a top quality flying experience. Like its predecessors, X-Plane Extreme delivers once again however this time with long awaited addition of combat aircraft. As with other X-Plane titles, X-Plane Extreme takes full advantage of the iPhones built in accelerometers for its flight controls. As you would expect, tiliting the iPhone up and down controls pitch and yaw while tilting left and right control steering. This scheme works perfectly a…

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Moonz Review

Review ADXSoft By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 2 months ago
Moonz Review

One of the great things about the iPhone is being able to play games that border the territory between toys and games. Some may argue that toys are ultimately a waste of time, but if you could pair the time wasting with a productively fun game then you'd probably have something like Moonz by ADXSoft. Moonz is a orbit physics simulator with a bit of tongue-in-cheek fun. Each level presents several gravity defying obstacles to which the player must fling objects in to. This is done by a…

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UNO™ Review

Review Gameloft By Beau Burtenshaw, 5 years, 2 months ago
UNO™ Review

Uno has been a card game classic for over 30 years and has branched out to offer itself to a multitude of platforms, so its iPhone debut was always inevitable. Finally Uno fans everywhere can enjoy Uno on the go with Gameloft's faithful adaption for the iPhone. Jumping into the Quick Play option from the main menu will take you instantly into a game of classic Uno. The screen is split into 4 sections, one for each player taking part in a match, with the center of the screen being dedi…

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Sneezies Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 2 months ago
Sneezies Review

Sneezies - Chain Reaction by Chillingo Ltd is a bubble popping arcade puzzle game with a difference - instead of lining up bubbles to pop, you let the Sneezies do the work for you with a single touch. It's another beautiful and relaxing game from one of the world's leading iPhone game publishers and it's a fun addition to anyone's collection. Your aim is to drop a single explosion of sneezing powder on the the screen which will set of a chain reaction of sneezes, hopefully freeing and…

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Touch Physics Review

Review Gamez 4 Touch By Beau Burtenshaw, 5 years, 2 months ago
Touch Physics Review

Physics based puzzle games have been one of many recent subgenres made popular by the power of the iPhone. While many offer a more complex and in depth experience, Gamez 4 Touch have gone for a simpler style than most with their title Touch Physics. Touch Physics is unique in its approach towards puzzle solving, the simple design allows you to grasp the concept straight away without the need for tutorials and instructions. The basic aim is to collect the star placed in each level, whi…

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Bookworm Review

Review PopCap By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 2 months ago
Bookworm Review

It's hard to escape the occasional word based game on the iPhone. In fact it's incredibly hard to escape them. So when a company like Popcap makes a word game you can only hope it's not only fun, but it sets the standard for other developers. Bookworm is Popcap's flagship spelling game brought to the iPhone and the word is "good". Selecting words is as easy as tapping it out on the screen using the tiles presented, keeping each successive letter joined to the last. Like other spelling…

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DOOM Resurrection Review

Review id Software By Dave Flodine, 5 years, 2 months ago
DOOM Resurrection Review

First Person Shooters have had a bit of a shaky start on the iPhone. It seems no one can create a control scheme that suits the fast, frenetic action of the genre. Doom Resurrection has figured out one solution to the problem, have the game move your character for you, meaning that all the player has to worry about is destroying whatever is in their path. You are a marine, in a research base on Mars. An experiment has gone wrong and suddenly the complex is overrun by zombies and demon…

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CLUE Review

Review Electronic Arts By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 2 months ago
CLUE Review

Clue is a puzzle game where players must investigate various murder cases by interviewing suspects, gathering clues and making accusations. If players are familiar with the Clue franchise, then you’ll know the framework for the murder mysteries that you will need to investigate. Players use the iPhone’s touch screen to talk to characters, change rooms and find clues. The controls are simple to use and players will not have a problem navigating through the different screens…

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Zombieville USA Review

Review Mika Mobile, Inc. By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 2 months ago
Zombieville USA Review

Zombieville USA is a ‘run and gun’ type game where you play as a distinctly american looking man, running through various neighborhoods killing zombies and checking houses for money and ammo. Your goal here is to survive, but in raiding houses and killing zombies, you earn cash to upgrade or buy new weapons and refill your health. There are four buttons in the game, one to move in each direction, a melee attack button and a shoot button. Players must kill as many zombies a…

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