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Star Wars: Assault Team Review

Review Disney By Alex Beech, 5 months, 1 week ago
Star Wars: Assault Team Review

We don't mind admitting that we were excited as we started playing the free-to-play Star Wars: Team Assault. It wasn't the Star Wars fanfare that set our nostalgia glands tingling. That lost its potency long ago. Nope, it was the scenario that got our sabres flaring. Starting just after the original film, you take control of Han Solo as he attempts to infiltrate the Empire. With Han, Chewie, and R2-D2 in your squad, you'd be forgive for thinking the story might evolve into something s…

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Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse Review

Review Disney By James Gilmour, 9 months, 3 weeks ago
Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse Review

Trying recapture past glories is a dangerous pursuit. Just because something worked for an audience 20 years ago, doesn't mean it's going to play to modern tastes. However, that hasn't stopped Disney from taking another run its beloved platformer Castle of Illusion. Originally released on consoles, Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse draws inspiration from the 2D Mega Drive classic. Instead of a direct remake, however, this digital download is an all-new experience, featuring fre…

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Where's My Water? 2 Review

Review Disney By James Gilmour, 1 year ago
Where's My Water? 2 Review

Where's My Water? 2 is a difficult game to play. Not because the earth-filled maps are especially tough to negotiate. Or because the physics are broken or unpredictable. No, Where's My Water? 2 is a difficult game to play because it doesn't want to be played. At least, not in the manner you or I might be accustomed to. Things start off promisingly. The water-funnelling gameplay of the original title makes a strong return, along with the revival of shower-loving protagonist Swamp…

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Where's My Mickey? Review

Review Disney By Dave Flodine, 1 year, 2 months ago
Where's My Mickey? Review

We'll give Disney its due: when they come across an award winning formula, they certainly know how to extract every drop of interest free from it. After Where's my Water?, Where's my Perry?, and other holiday and seasonal spin-offs we now have a version of 'Where's my' gameplay starring Disney's main mascot himself, Mickey Mouse. Who do they think they are, Rovio? We're just playing, of course. The truth of the matter is that in the world of bite-size physics puzzlers, the original Wh…

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Monsters, Inc. Run Review

Review Disney By Andrew Nesvadba, 1 year, 9 months ago
Monsters, Inc. Run Review

It was bound to happen - the freight train of Disney Interactive's mash-up of successful iOS franchises with their own properties has run in to a bit of a snag. Where previous titles managed to blend its inspirations up and come out with something new, 'Monsters, Inc. Run' opts to simply balance the freemium auto-runner to create something more akin to what the first title should have been. As such the best moments of this title match those of Mega Run by Get Set Games without much in…

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Where's My Perry? Review

Review Disney By Andrew Nesvadba, 2 years, 2 months ago
Where's My Perry? Review

If I said I watched Phineas and Ferb regularly and was a fan of their antics, I'd be a terrible liar. In fact, at best it could be said that I knew the show existed; that it was produced by Disney; and it has a platypus in it. Where's My Perry? revolves around said mammalian secret-agent as he finds himself stuck in the complex tube-system used to deposit him at his secret headquarters. It's up to you to power-up the shut down system to get him back in action. Before we go any further…

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Temple Run: Brave Review

Review Disney By Andrew Nesvadba, 2 years, 3 months ago
Temple Run: Brave Review

When we first reviewed Temple Run by Imangi, we never imagined it would end up exploding in popularity as it did later that year - the delay between release to almost ubiquity was considerable, but it goes to show that a simple, but well executed concept can eventually make its mark. Now the game has been twisted to fit the often infamous task of being a movie tie-in, featuring Merida from Disney Pixar's latest 3D film, Brave. For those familiar with the original game, very little ha…

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Where's My Water? Review

Review Disney By Andrew Nesvadba, 2 years, 12 months ago
Where's My Water? Review

All it takes is one game to really shine to make my week feel great and it's even better when it comes from a game you least expected the feeling to come from. As much as the 'cute creature physics puzzler' formula has been exploited on the App Store, Creature Feep and Disney's latest title Where's My Water? is just too charming and too fun to ignore. Those familiar with Doodle Lab101 by FunTribe will be right at home as the basic gameplay revolves around shifting a liquid (water in t…

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JellyCar 3 Review

Review Disney By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 7 months ago
JellyCar 3 Review

The JellyCar series has finally spawned a new sequel and unlike 2009's deviation in style, this release by Walaber and Disney has returned to the whacky time-trial racing in the (now) free original title. With little more than your moxxy, a world made out of jellow and a few power-ups, you'll need to take on a variety of levels in an attempt to complete them in the fastest time possible. Tapping the sides of the screen will accelerate or brake in the direction indicated, while tipping…

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TRON Review

Review Disney By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
TRON Review

TRON Legacy is still half a year away, so it's somewhat odd to get our hands on the movie tie-in game App this early. Sure, there's a marketing angle to be worked here, but I'm not about to look a gift horse in the mouth. TRON for the App Store is an action title where you control a tank from one of three different factions and compete for dominance over the internet. The tank is controlled much like a twin-stick shooter, with two analogue sticks representing the move and shoot functi…

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Split/Second Review

Review Disney By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 months ago
Split/Second Review

Everyone likes to have a go at Director Michael Bay for his mindless, explosion filled action films, but he also knows that deep down everyone has a teenager that's delighted by simple wanton destruction. Split/Second by Disney Interactive and Black Rock Studio follows this train of thought and throws players in to a deadly high-speed race where you get to use an entire city as a weapon against your opponents. The tilt-based controls are fairly standard for a racer, though early cars…

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BLACKOUT! Review

Review Disney By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 months ago
BLACKOUT! Review

BLACKOUT! by Sunken Media is the latest puzzle game to be published by Disney for the App Store. Players will require more than just their luck and observational skills as BLACKOUT! focuses on the puzzle aspect of powering up cities that have been without power for too long. Power sources under the city have been blocked off, but carefully clearing out paths will allow the energy to flow around the level in order to light up the remaining switched off lights. Paths can be blown up by…

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Alice In Wonderland – An Adventure Beyond The Mirror Review

Review Disney By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 6 months ago
Alice In Wonderland – An Adventure Beyond The Mirror Review

With the release of the new movie almost upon us, it was inevitable that there would be licensed game tie-ins. Alice in Wonderland for the iphone takes the basic premise of the film, and turns it into a pretty decent puzzle platformer. Alice is older now and back in the world of Wonderland. Problem is, she can't remember anything about it. Control is normal fair for iphone platformers. There's two buttons for movement and a button to jump. The main portion of the gameplay is solving p…

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Disney Fairies Fly Review

Review Disney By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 9 months ago
Disney Fairies Fly Review

Fairies Fly is Disney's game tie-in for their new "Disney Fairies" franchise and in particular the release of their new direct-to-dvd/blu-ray movies. Centered around Tinkerbell and the fairies of Neverland, Fly is a basic side-scrolling arcade game that is directly aimed at the very youngest of audiences. After selecting the fairy of your choice, each level is easily completed by tilting the iPhone to move your fairy up or down avoiding obstacles such as storm clouds and angry insects…

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JellyCar 2 Review

Review Disney By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 10 months ago
JellyCar 2 Review

Jelly Car 2 is the sequel to the widely popular Jelly Car. Like in the first game, players take control of a small squishy car and must drive through different levels as fast as they can. However, a number of new additions have been added giving players more variety in gameplay. The controls are the same as the first; players control their car by touching either side of the screen to accelerate or reverse. You can also increase the size of your car for a short period of time by tappin…

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