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Swords and Soldiers Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 7 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, 4 years, 7 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, 4 years, 8 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, 4 years, 8 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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Vampire Rush Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 9 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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Painkiller Purgatory Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 11 months ago
Painkiller Purgatory Review

Never has a title felt so entirely appropriate as it does for 'Painkiller Purgatory'. Despite its theme, playing the game is easily one of the more numbing, soulless experiences you could have that not only manages to poorly represent the series it comes from, but also the genre of classic over-the-top First Person Shooters. The Painkiller series has typically been defined by two factors that add up to huge amounts of fun - clever and varied weaponry and power-ups that provide a multi…

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Collision Effect Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 11 months ago
Collision Effect Review

I'm not sure why the orbs in Collision Effect by Chillingo and Vishindo needed to be named anything at all, but if you were wondering, they're called Zybbles. Zybbles need to collide with one another, but they can only collide with Zybbles of the same color, so you'll need impeccable timing and keen spacial recognition skills to either beat your high-score or to solve the puzzle you're currently on. I think I'll just call them orbs from now on yeah? Much of what makes Collision Effec…

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Food Processing Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 11 months ago
Food Processing Review

I'm not sure what kind of crazy kitchen requires an endless stream of giant peas, sliced corn, eggplant, quartered pumpkins, torn pomegranates and shelled walnuts, but then again being a prep chef isn't the most glamorous job around, so you can let someone with a higher pay-grade worry about that. Food Processing by Embattle Games and Chillingo is yet another endless food-slicing title for the App Store, but unlike so many others this one takes things in a decidedly different direction…

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Etolis: Arena Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 12 months ago
Etolis: Arena Review

With an arcade puzzle title already under their belt, developer Facet Studios has turned their hands towards something a little more action oriented with their Chillingo released title, Etolis: Arena. In what is now a fairly familiar situation for iOS gamers, you'll be pitted against waves of enemies that need to be mowed down in succession in order to survive this twin-stick genre death trap. There's not much in the way of control customization and players will need to stick to the s…

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Hooga™ Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 2 months ago
Hooga™ Review

Hooga by Chillingo and iQuilibrium is a surprisingly large platformer that puts you in the place of an angry caveman out to rescue his bride. And before anyone starts, I'll side-step the whole 'cavemen and dinos didn't exist together' because like any good schlocky period title Hooga is jam packed with anachronisms to keep things amusing. Much of the gameplay in Hooga follows the usual tropes of a platformer, with pitfalls, spring-pads and ropes aplenty to navigate around each level.…

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Supremacy Wars Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 2 months ago
Supremacy Wars Review

Most people would recognise the gameplay in Civilizations Wars from previous games like Galcon Labs, but in this latest title for Chillingo players have a few tricks up their sleeves that will help and hinder their army in turn while battling other civilizations and more than a few monsters as well. Players are faced with needing to control their population to grow, defend and attack neutral and enemy forces to claim various landmarks. For each building that is claimed the population…

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WackyLands Boss Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 3 months ago
WackyLands Boss Review

OK, so you've collected the three magical keys to open the portal that lets you enter the evil overlord's lair and the mystical armor and weaponry you have equipped will keep you safe from his nefarious spells, but did you stop to think about the evil monster's feelings? WackyLands Boss by Fair Play Labs and Chillingo gives you the chance to find out just what motivates an evil monster as you mow your way across the countryside, flinging heroes left and right to get that perfect view f…

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Numb3rs™ - The Game Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 3 months ago
Numb3rs™ - The Game Review

Is it just me or are TV shows scrambling to make games now? CBS Interactive along with Chillingo have released 'Numb3rs™ - The Game' and in a refreshing turn for the better this who-dun-it show isn't being paired with an adventure game. Nope, instead of searching for hidden objects and pressing witnesses you'll take part in the fantasy mathematics of Numb3rs by solving numerical puzzles. Charlie has developed yet another algorithm to locate the suspect in question, but as a budd…

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Billabong Surf Trip Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 3 months ago
Billabong Surf Trip Review

For some, the sun, the beach and surfing are practically a way of life; something I'm quite acquainted with living a mere handful of blocks from the home of the international clothing company 'Billabong'. Billabong Surf Trip by Chillingo tries to realistically capture the thrill and challenge of riding a wave while performing tricks to score points as you make your way on a world-wide tour of some of the best beaches you could visit. To do this you'll need to master Surf Trip's rather…

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Cut the Rope Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 4 months ago
Cut the Rope Review

Gah! I seem to be experiencing a cute overload lately - my manliness (NB: may not actually be manly) is experiencing some withdrawals. Aww to heck with it... Om Nom is just too darn cute to get angry at and I blame Chillingo's latest game Cut the Rope for introducing his fierce cuddliness to me. Om Nom the candy-eating monster is hungry and you need to feed him, but while you're at it you may as well collect the stars littering each level as well. The basic gameplay is that of a physi…

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