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Bad Air Day Review

Review GameHouse By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 8 months ago
Bad Air Day Review

Much like their principle subject, fart-related games are a lingering, distasteful blemish on the App Store, yet it seems their continued success is assured as many people (especially younger audiences) are suckers for a bit of potty-humor. Bad Air Day by GameHouse tries to figuratively clear the air, restoring a bit of demure elegance to what is still a bit of a faux pas. Artie, the main character, is an elevator operator at a swanky hotel, however he has also made the deadly mistake…

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Tiki Towers 2 Review

Review GameHouse By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 9 months ago
Tiki Towers 2 Review

While gamers await the coming of World of Goo for the remaining iOS devices it's worth exploring the alternatives as you might just find something interesting enough to hold you over. Tiki Towers 2 is the sequel to the original monkey-filled physics puzzler and the madness starts all over again as you attempt to safely wrangle these furry beasts towards each level's goal. Each level provides an initial set of hook points on which bamboo and other various structures can be built. While…

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NCIS: The Game from the TV Show Review

Review GameHouse By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
NCIS: The Game from the TV Show Review

I probably haven't laughed this hard at a game in a while and worst of all I really shouldn't be, this is NCIS: The Game from the TV Show by GameHouse after all. Good gravy even the title is bursting with comedic value. In this adventure title you'll take part in five different 'mysteries', although in typical TV show style one of the adventures is a two-parter so it's really only four missions overall. The game itself follows the show's format quite well, introducing the basic myster…

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THE A-TEAM Review

Review GameHouse By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 months ago
THE A-TEAM Review

There are certain expectations you can leave behind when tackling a product that comes out of the A-Team franchise, generally a strong storyline or realistic action are amongst these. So with that said, The A-Team by GameHouse has reduced its action title to the basics, with explosions, guns and so many bad-guys (tm) to kill that you'll wonder why they haven't been branded as war criminals... oh wait. To keep the game fast paced, a lot of the action is pulled out of your hands, giving…

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Tiki Towers Review

Review GameHouse By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 8 months ago
Tiki Towers Review

Physics based games are popular to some and frustrating to others. The bridge builder has been a sub genre that exemplifies this. In Tiki Towers you have a limited amount of bamboo to build a structure that will withstand the amount of force swinging monkeys will put on it as they make their way to the exit, grabbing bananas along the way. Control is pretty decent. You click or drag from a build point to create bamboo structures. Once satisfied, click the action button and see how it…

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Vancouver 2010™ — Official Game of the Olympic Winter Games Review

Review GameHouse By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 8 months ago
Vancouver 2010™ — Official Game of the Olympic Winter Games Review

The winter olympics are upon us! For those of you not content to just simply watch the global competition, you can now compete against the computer and friends in RealArcade's official Vancouver 2010 game. You select a character and a nationality and compete in cross country skiing, speed skating, snowboarding, freestyle and biathlon. The controls are comprised mostly of pressing the large button when it appears on screen. Some games use a timer where you have to press the button just…

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Scene It? Twilight Review

Review GameHouse By Kelly Mitchell, 4 years, 10 months ago
Scene It? Twilight Review

Twilight fans and movie buffs alike will be racing to sink their teeth into the next instalment of the Scene It? franchise, Scene It?: Twilight. The game offers players over 500 multiple choice questions in six different game modes with over 40 puzzles in each game mode based on movie clips, music and audio from the movie. The game also offers a multiplayer “Twilightning” mode where players can compete against their friends and can share their scores on Facebook and Twitte…

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South Park Mega Millionaire Review

Review GameHouse By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 1 month ago
South Park Mega Millionaire Review

South Park Mega Millionaire is a game where you take control of your four favourite foul mouthed kids as they try to win 10,000 Yen on a Japanese game show. You must slip and slide around a number of different levels in order to collect cash and tokens needed to continue. You control the boys by tilting the iPhone to move and by tapping the screen to jump. Otherwise players can opt to use directional buttons to move instead. The controls are simple and very easy to use but seem a litt…

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Sally's Salon Luxury Edition Review

Review GameHouse By Dave Flodine, 5 years, 3 months ago
Sally's Salon Luxury Edition Review

Sally is fresh out of university and wants to open her own salon. In Sally's Salon, you help Sally through each day of her business as she juggles the many wants of her customers. Based on how fast she serves them, and how well they tip, Sally can upgrade her salon and hire new employees, constantly expanding her business. Everything in the salon is done with the touch of a finger. If an area of the salon is free, tapping a customer will send them over. Tapping them will have Sally se…

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Playman Track & Field Review

Review GameHouse By Luke Bartley, 5 years, 3 months ago
Playman Track & Field Review

Playman Track and Field from Real Networks pits you against AI competitors or your friends in a series of track and field events. There are 5 events to play through, 100 Meter Dash, Long Jump, Hurdles, Pole Vault and Javelin. Each event is played using on screen buttons to press at the right time. It seems like a throwback to earlier olympic games where button mashing was required, yet it still works great. There are multiple modes to play through, and you can play each event individu…

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