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Milk My Unicorn Review

Review Splashworks.com Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
Milk My Unicorn Review

Today we're keeping things short and sweet here at AppSpy and what a better game for keeping things on the move than Milk My Unicorn by Splashworks. When you get right down to it, Milk My Unicorn is just another 'Simon Says' title and players are given the opportunity to demonstrate their recall skills by pulling the teats of various animals (fictitious or otherwise) while doing so. Once you've conquered a specific animal you'll unlock a 'free play' mode to milk them at your own leisu…


Collision Courses Review

Collision Courses Review

Collision Courses by TriggerFinger Entertainment is the kind of puzzle game you'd play absentmindedly in your spare time. At first I must say I wasn't terribly excited by the simple style of this title, but for those sick of titles that expect you to have a genius level of logic and reaction times, this is the title for you. In each of the game's 40 currently available levels it's your task to make sure that every rocket on screen ends up colliding with each other. At first this isn't…

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Pizza Boy Review

Review ACNE Play By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
Pizza Boy Review

When faced with a new platformer for the App Store it's easy to become frustrated by the lack of attention to detail in the platforming controls. Pizza Boy by ACNE Play is that rare gem where the controls are so familiar and so smooth that it doesn't matter if it's a generic platformer, because it feels like coming home to a classic. Now I'm not talking about the physical act of controlling your character, but the feel of your character reacting to button presses as they jump, bounce…

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XAGON. Review

Review Sudden Creations By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
XAGON. Review

XAGON. by Sudden Creations might be a little familiar for some, especially if you've played the recently released title 'Flipstones'. However, instead of going for a flashy and at times unforgiving style of gameplay, XAGON strips things down to the basics and players will need to either make matches as fast as possible, or with the minimum amount of moves to score it big. Swapping only requires a quick swipe, but they can only be switched one at a time, making the Strategy and Arcade…

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shibuya Review

Review Nevercenter Ltd. Co. By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
shibuya Review

Some games are downright devious in their attempts to keep players addicted to their games and Nevercenter, the creators of 'shibuya', have crafted their arcade puzzler with these cunning traps in mind.  The basic gameplay is amazingly unique and can take some time to wrap your head around and this is the first trap the sinks its claws in to you. Players need to line up two or more of the same colors to clear them off the board, however colors are given in a random order and can…

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Fire Dragon Review

Review Joybean By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
Fire Dragon Review

Fire Dragon by Joybean is an unfortunate arcade title where you must collect as much fruit as possible before various monsters or blocks of ice bludgeon you to death. It's a simple title and its controls match the simple theme with tilt controls to slide your dragon back and forth along his wooden platform and touching the screen to fire a burst of flame straight up. Various groups of fruit will drop from the sky and must be blasted to release them from their icy prison. If you're luc…


Fragmental 3D - Build Lines with Falling Blocks! Review

Review Aesthetic Interactive By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
Fragmental 3D - Build Lines with Falling Blocks! Review

Recently we reviewed a couple 3D Tetris titles with Tetra3D leading the charge for a fun revival of this classic twist on an old-school arcade puzzle game. Given these releases it would be unfair to forget to review Fragmental 3D by Aesthetic Interactive, especially when this title made its debut earlier, making the comparison between these games quite interesting to say the least. Fragmental 3D differs in its approach by using default controls that are quite unique, requiring players…

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Zombie Highway Review

Review Auxbrain, Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
Zombie Highway Review

Zombie Highway by Renderpaz is an endless arcade title of sorts that packs an interesting twist. Instead of merely dodging traps and enemies you'll have to weave your way down an endless highway littered with debris, scraping zombies off the sides of your vehicle as they jump on. It's the combination and balance of the game's mechanics that make this a deceptively simple game. While it's easy enough to dodge debris, you'll have to purposefully tilt your way against them to deal damage…

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Dead Runner Review

Review Distinctive Games By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
Dead Runner Review

I can't really put my finger on it, but Dead Runner by Distinctive Developments gets my spine tingling and it's hard to work out why it's so effective. Dead Runner's gameplay is (sorry to say it), dead simple. In both of the game's two available modes all you have to do is tilt and avoid solid obstacles blocking your way. In doing this you end up traveling through an endless forest of gnarled trees as you sprint away from the darkness behind you and in to the light beyond. Simple gam…

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Super Mega Worm Review

Review Deceased Pixel LLC By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
Super Mega Worm Review

My initial impressions while playing Super Mega Worm from Deceased Pixel consisted of saying to myself, 'Oh wow, they totally made Tremors in to a video game!'. For those of you familiar with the classic horror-esque film, this will make a lot of sense, but for those not initiated just be prepared to make a big mess while eating your way through the entirety of humanity. What do I mean by this? Well you get to control a giant worm that is destined to cleanse the world of the human pla…

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Solipskier Review

Review Mikengreg By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years ago
Solipskier Review

It's not uncommon to see the occasional popular Flash title making its way on to the App Store, but it's somewhat rare to find a game that seems like it was always destined for the App Store. Solipskier by Mikengreg has you rocking out as you jump, flip and ski along at super-sonic speed in this horizontal 'runner' and instead of taking direct control you'll need to draw the landscape to keep him safe while hitting as many gates as possible to score it large. The line drawing is incre…

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The Incident Review

The Incident Review

Curiosity is a powerful tool and when leveraged in the right way it can drag players in to a game and keep them sucked in until they're well and truly hooked. The world is falling apart at the seams in 'The Incident' by Big Bucket Software and your poor unfortunate character will need to dodge, push and climb his way out of the ever increasing pile of trash to find out why this is happening. In each of the game's levels you'll need to dodge junk flung down in to the screen, allowing i…

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Space Balls Review

Space Balls Review

Space Balls by Sauce Digital is a new physics puzzle title where you'll have to bounce balls around space in order to capture your foes the 'Cuboids' before they escape with your sacred Ultramegasphere. Despite the lack of creativity in the title, Space Balls is a seriously challenging and unique experience that plays much like a whacky version of trick-shot snooker. Players are given the ability to select between a variety of different orbs, each with their own unique properties, to…

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Yogo The Turtle Review

Yogo The Turtle Review

Yogo The Turtle by digiTalented is a vertical climber with a bit of a twist and instead of an endless vertical corridor to conquer, you'll explore stage after stage of fixed challenges in an attempt to save your village. In order to make your way up the series of stages, you'll need to fling Yogo between spinning orbs and trampolines, tilting your device to correct your trajectory and survive attacks from various creatures in your way. Flicking the screen will cause Yogo to jump from…

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Kaboom's Paratrooper Review

Kaboom's Paratrooper Review

Kaboom's Paratrooper is a stunningly simple new title from Kaboom Apps where you'll have successfully land as many paratroopers as possible while avoiding hazards on the way down. It's a simple idea, but Kaboom's elegant style makes this an easy game to jump in to and enjoy. After pushing your way through the initial tutorial levels, you'll gain full control over the fate of your paratroopers. Tapping planes as they zoom past will release one paratrooper per tap which will need to be…

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