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Swing the Bat Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Dave Flodine, 3 years, 1 month ago
Swing the Bat Review

When the call came in to review Swing the Bat, we here at AppSpy were expecting some sort of arcade based home run baseball game, but what we got instead was a nocturnal creature with fangs and a hookshot. Why is a bat swinging around from cave ceiling to bamboo stalk instead of flying? Well its because he hasn't eaten enough fruit to gather enough strength to flap his wings yet. Stay with me here. Swing the Bat bears some resemblance to Tiny Wings, but more in game structure. The lev…

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Infinity Field Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Dave Flodine, 3 years, 2 months ago
Infinity Field Review

Ever since the success of Geometry Wars, the twin stick shooter has become a staple of the iPhone's game library. Many games have tried to capture the same feeling of fun and visual excitement, and even Geometry Wars itself got released with a great reception. Infinity Field is Chillingo's entry into this genre and they've pretty much hit the ball  out of the park. The first thing you'll notice when you load up either one of the many game modes or the campaign is how tight the co…

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Contre Jour Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 2 months ago
Contre Jour Review

Mayhap we'll never see the end of this trend of cute-sy characters combined with puzzle gameplay dominating the store, but one thing's for sure, Chillingo has a vested interest in keeping the motif rolling along. While Contre Jour by Mokus may not be as traditionally cartoonish and colorful as recent titles, it fits the template nicely with its scowling, yet playful main character (who happens to be a giant eyeball) as you manipulate his world to get him to each exit. If you've played…

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Rogue Sky Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 2 months ago
Rogue Sky Review

I'm not sure how I feel about controlling evil-looking anthropomorphic hot-air baloons as they pummel their way back home, but then again at least it's a side-step from the usual cute-sy content you see on the App Store. Rogue Sky by Pebble Bug Studios and Chillingo tests your ability to not only navigate maze-like environments, but also your ability to destroy your opponents in the most efficient ways possible to score it large at the end of the level. You're only given two controls…

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NyxQuest Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Dave Flodine, 3 years, 2 months ago
NyxQuest Review

It's hard to believe NyxQuest is a port of a Wiiware game released in 2009. Not due to its presentation or anything along those lines, but rather that upon playing the game, you'd swear it was created with a touch interface in mind. Most people should know the story of Icarus. Given wings held together by wax, he flew too close to the sun, the wax melted, and as a result he plummeted to Earth. On one of his flights he discovers the goddess Nyx and the two fall in love. The world below…

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Anomaly Warzone Earth Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 2 months ago
Anomaly Warzone Earth Review

(It has come to out attention that 'few days' should read 'few months', 9th of April, 2011 to be precise. We apologize for the error, however its turnaround for the iOS version is still impressive!) In what I hope is a continuing trend for the iOS platform, Anomaly Warzone Earth by Bit Studios comes to us mere days after its release on the PC. Developers have toyed with the idea of flipping tower-defense games on their head, placing you against a gauntlet of immovable destructive stru…

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Blobster Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 3 months ago
Blobster Review

In Blobster you control 'Blobster' who is trying to save Blobtopia from pollution at the hands of the Big & Powerful Corporation run by the evil Blobzilla. Blobster must collect Blobules - the fuel that keeps Blobtopia running - if he hopes to ever bring Blobzilla and the B&P Corporation down... and if I ever have to say Blob again, it'll be too soon. Blobster is split up into four worlds, each with ten regular levels and a few bonus levels opened by high scores. Each stage co…

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One Man Army™ Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 3 months ago
One Man Army™ Review

So, you now own an iOS device and after all of that saving up what's the first thing you're going to buy? Something meaty, something elegant, or maybe something you can slowly plug away at? Don't kid yourself, the idea of playing a tower-defense game on the go was also in the back of your mind too wasn't it? How about a shooter? How about both? One Man Army by Chillingo and Tickled Pink Games tries to mesh the castle and tower defense genres by placing a weapon in your hands, allowing…

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Color Bandits Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Dave Flodine, 3 years, 3 months ago
Color Bandits Review

Color Bandits is a side scrolling shoot em up. As you move to the right of the screen, waves of enemies bombard you until you reach the dreaded end of level boss. These enemies are all minions of the dastardly fiend who's stolen the color from your world. In defeating them, you restore not only color, but peace as well. Moving and shooting is accomplished by two slider bars on the bottom of the screen. One moves you back and forth, and the other aims and fires your weapon. Your initia…

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Swords and Soldiers Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 3 months ago
Swords and Soldiers Review

It has been a long, though maybe not so strange ride for Swords & Soldiers by Ronimo Games and now, two years after its initial release on the Nintendo Wii, Chillingo and Two Tribes have brought this real-time strategy, castle defender on to the App Store. Like so many similar castle defenders, your job is to crush the opponent by amassing resources in order to purchase units that will automatically wander away from your keep and towards the enemy. Learning how to balance your ava…

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D.A.R.K. Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 4 months ago
D.A.R.K. Review

When someone says they're making a futuristic shooter with power-armor clad soldiers versus horrific creatures, the first thing that always springs to my mind is Space Hulk. This is more indicative of the era I grew up in though and while I salute the fine work of Games Workshop, titles like Dead Space have done a lot to move things forward. D.A.R.K by Gamelab and Chillingo has aspirations of joining these elite works, but ultimately it's yet another twin-stick shooter. After awakenin…

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Feed Me Oil Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 4 months ago
Feed Me Oil Review

There's something distinctly disturbing about Feed Me Oil by Chillingo and HolyWaterGames - while the amazing fluid mechanics could be considered uncanny, the unnerving variety of creatures you end up 'feeding' are almost the stuff of nightmares. Though feed them you will as you obsess over engineering the perfect machines for transporting oil from the pipe and in to the monster's mouth(s). The immediate impression you get on loading up the game is one of a re-imagined World of Goo, b…

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Red Ball 3 Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 4 months ago
Red Ball 3 Review

It's hard to accuse Red Ball 3 by Chillingo and RedBallStudio of following the pack when it comes to its physics-puzzle platforming gameplay. The way it feels to control your ball and even the variety of the levels themselves is almost entirely unique, which is a rare treat when you consider how many competitors are out there already. Your first major hurdle to overcome (and one that will probably take the longest to deal with) is coming to terms with the way in which your Red Ball fe…

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Storm in a Teacup Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 5 months ago
Storm in a Teacup Review

Although we've seen attempts at it before, Storm in a Teacup by Chillingo and Cobra Mobile is perhaps the first game to truly capture the feel of Little Big Planet on the App Store in a meaningful way. Whether this was the game's intention or not, this little platformer takes you through a variety of worlds while testing your skill at mastering its quirky physics and mini-games you'd not ordinarily expect from this sort of title. At first the game presents itself as a fairly standard…

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Vampire Rush Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 5 months ago
Vampire Rush Review

Combining Action-RPG elements with Tower Defense gameplay sounds like a marriage made in heaven and while Dungeon Defenders had its execution problems on the smaller iDevices, it proved that the concept can (and for some does) really work. Vampire Rush from Chillingo and A-Steroids follows in the wake of this title and while it may not boast the same complexity and depth, the toned down gameplay makes for a much easier game to approach. The basic gameplay consists of players controlli…

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