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Qwak HD iPad Review

Qwak HD iPad Review

When we first saw Qwak on the iOS platform it was restricted to the tiny screens of the iPhones and iPods of the world. The lightning-sharp responsiveness of the controls helped to bring the Amiga classic back to life, but with so much going on, screen-space was definitely a concern... until now. Qwak HD makes the best of the iPad, making it a snap to keep track of the busy platforming action while also adding a two-player mode in to the proceedings. This last feature is pulled off fl…

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Retro Racing Review

Review Mr Qwak Limited By Andrew Nesvadba, 2 years, 7 months ago
Retro Racing Review

It's not often that a game's title says just about everything you could hope to want to convey about a game before even loading it up. Aside from the basic top-down racing gameplay that should be familiar to just about every gamer, Amiga owners might recognize the influences from Nitro by Psygnosis - this is no mistake as the developer behind that title, Jamie Woodhouse, is also the grand designer for Retro Racing. Players are given nothing more than the ability to veer left and right…

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Qwak Review

Review Mr Qwak Limited By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
Qwak Review

As an Amiga owner, I felt terribly ashamed to admit to developer Jamie Woodhouse that I'd never had a chance to play his game Qwak when it was released in 1993. However, as a title that was released by Team 17 in a budget bundle it was never given the chance it truly deserved. Thankfully, Qwak is now out on the App Store and after over 20 years this title has finally found a place it can shine. Unlike most puzzle platformers, Qwak features fast paced gameplay that rewards quick thinki…

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