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Gridrunner Review

Review Llamasoft By Andrew Nesvadba, 2 years, 4 months ago
Gridrunner Review

Once again I brace myself for entering in to the hyper-stylized world that Llamasoft inhabits in order to get to grips with their latest release, Gridrunner. Don't be fooled though, this isn't the first time developer Jeff Minter has tinkered with his C64 and VIC-20 title (PC gamers may remember the insane remake from a few years ago), but in what seems like a surprising display of conservative design, the iOS release shares a lot of similarities with the original title. This is great…

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Caverns of Minos Review

Review Llamasoft By Andrew Nesvadba, 2 years, 6 months ago
Caverns of Minos Review

I think I'm slowly getting it - by 'it' I mean Llamasoft, and by 'get' I mean I'm not sure if I'm just losing my mind or if their games have simply grown on me like some sort of hyper-color retro-tastic mold. Their latest arcade focused title Caverns of Minos may owe its inspirations to titles like Caverns of Mars, but in typical style the game will either inspire joy thanks to its many self-referencing gags and over-the-top mash-up of gameplay, or will simply feel like an unholy mess;…

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GoatUp Review

Review Llamasoft By Andrew Nesvadba, 2 years, 10 months ago
GoatUp Review

There exist in this world a whole host of games that you either 'get' or you 'don't. Often they border on artistic works, poking fun at or otherwise playing around with the conventions of gaming for its own agenda, but ultimately some sort of personal understanding or connection is needed to forgive the quirks these sorts of games create. In the grand scheme of Llamasoft's past work, GoatUp is perhaps the least challenging title to approach and that's saying a lot when you're playing…

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Deflex Review

Review Llamasoft By Dave Flodine, 3 years ago
Deflex Review

Bounce the ball, collect all the objects. It doesn't sound too fascinating does it? It's amazing what you can do with a simple concept, and incredible production value. Each level of Deflex has you placing angled paddles in the bouncing ball's path in order to direct it around the stage. The object is to collect all the items on screen (most being animals that behave in their own distinct ways). For each item you collect, your score rises, and for every two or more you collect at a ti…

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Goatup 2

Goatup 2 $3.99

App 1.0

Gridrunner Free

Gridrunner Free FREE!

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Super Ox Wars

Super Ox Wars $1.99

App 1.0

FiveADay

FiveADay $1.99

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Minotron: 2112

Minotron: 2112 $1.99

App 1.01

Minotaur Rescue

Minotaur Rescue $0.99

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