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For those who have been iOS gaming for a while now, Zombieville USA is somewhat of a classic icon of the platform - while it wasn't terribly complicated, trying to survive as long as possible while having limited resources made for a fun distraction, if not actually compelling gameplay for some. Times have changed though and what was refreshing compared to the limited amount of titles available back then isn't quite so fresh any more, so how does Mika Mobile's sequel, Zombieville USA 2…Watch The Video Review
Mika Mobile have seemingly made it a habit to explore simple ideas while polishing them in a way that's ideal for mobile gamers. Their latest title Battleheart is certainly no exception and players will have the chance to manage four heroes as they battle foes in real-time combat, earning treasures and powerful skills as they continue on their quest. Swiping and tapping forms the main system of control for your adventurers. Each one can be selected individually and either moved or giv…Watch The Video Review
From the developer that brought you mass zombie slaughter in Zombieville USA comes the next beat'em up action adventure from Mika Mobile, OMG Pirates. Slaughtering pirates en masse couldn't be more fun, but that doesn't mean it'll be easy. The controls are a simple affair, which not only gives Pirates an old school feel, but makes the game easier to deal with on the iPhone. You move your nimble ninja with a virtual analogue stick and jump, counter, combo and flip out with the aid of t…Watch The Video Review
Zombieville USA is a ‘run and gun’ type game where you play as a distinctly american looking man, running through various neighborhoods killing zombies and checking houses for money and ammo. Your goal here is to survive, but in raiding houses and killing zombies, you earn cash to upgrade or buy new weapons and refill your health. There are four buttons in the game, one to move in each direction, a melee attack button and a shoot button. Players must kill as many zombies a…Watch The Video Review