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SpellTower Review

Review Zach Gage By Dave Flodine, 2 years ago
SpellTower Review

Your average word game never fails to impress on some level as word formation is such a simple yet addictive puzzle for our brains to solve. What sets some above others is not only the format of finding words, but the elegance of word creation itself, and this is where Spelltower by Zach Gage shines. Words are created by swiping through letters. Not just vertically and horizontally however, but diagonally as well. And it's not to say it's like a word find either. You can start your wo…

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Bit Pilot Review

Review Zach Gage By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 1 month ago
Bit Pilot Review

Bit Pilot will please both retro gamers and bullet hell fans. Its control scheme takes some time getting used to but the game has a lot of personality and offers some asteroid dodging fun.Bullet hell games are starting to become popular on the iphone. It's good to see cause there can be nothing as exhilarating as whipping around the screen, narrowly dodging everything that gets thrown in your way. Bit Pilot is a bullet hell game with a retro style and a unique control scheme. The quest…

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Unify Review

Review Zach Gage By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 7 months ago
Unify Review

Unify is a puzzle game in the style of Tetris but with a twist. Instead of blocks falling vertically from the top of the screen, blocks fall horizontally from both sides of the screen. Yes, in Unify players must juggle two different sets of falling blocks at the same time. Your goal is to survive as long as you can, getting combos and increasing your highscore. You control the block placement by swiping on screen with your thumbs to move the pieces and tap either side of the screen to…

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