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Home » Apps with tag 'challenge'

Dark Nebula - Episode One Review

Review Palringo Limited By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 1 month ago
Dark Nebula - Episode One Review

Dark Nebula is an action, reflex game where players must guide a small ball through a series of maze like levels in order to reach the end. Along the way you will need to collect a number of small pickups that will add to your total highscore and level ranking and collect different shields to roll through various force fields and protect yourself from other obstacles. The game is tilt controlled, and although some tilting games have let down players in the past, this is not the case h…

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Nick Chase: A Detective Story Review

Review Big Fish Games, Inc By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 1 month ago
Nick Chase: A Detective Story Review

Nick Chase: A Detective Story is a film noir puzzle game where players take control of an out of work, ex-cop turned private eye. After receiving a mysterious letter requesting help in a robbery case, Nick Chase begins his investigation by searching leads and other clues. By using the touch screen interface, players are able to search for items and complete various actions. The game will help you by showing your current objectives and you can use up to six hints, displayed as bullets…

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Titanic Rescue Review

Review Donut Games By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 1 month ago
Titanic Rescue Review

Titanic Rescue puts players in control of the rescue of frantic passengers at the sinking of the Titanic. Players have to move the life boats around to catch the jumping passengers and ensure they survive. Players can flick the passengers out of the ship to catch them or wait until they jump themselves. Players move the rescue boats around by sliding their finger on the screen. Players can fit up to three gentlemen into a boat but if you try to catch more, you’ll sink the boat.…

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Pocket Farm Review

Review Chris Egerter By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 1 month ago
Pocket Farm Review

Pocket Farm by Egerter Software is part strategy, part time management, part arcade puzzle and all around not quite the best effort for a company that has prided itself on several "firsts" for the iPhone. Few of the game aspects hold up on their own and despite the combination of them, the game feels fairly flat. fter selecting your choice of farmer, you can start your new farm simply by selecting an available square and using the all-purpose "action" button to purchase new items, wor…

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Super KO Boxing 2 Review

Review Glu Games Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 1 month ago
Super KO Boxing 2 Review

Super KO Boxing 2 (SKOB2) is the sequel to Glu's mobile phone fighting series and the first of the series to hit the iPhone. It's a modern interpretation of Punch Out from the NES parceled with stunning hand drawn characters and tongue-in-cheek irreverence. This is no simple button masher and definitely something for serious gamers to check out. SKOB2 mimics the classic control setup from its predecessors, using virtual pads to control dodge and block with the left thumb and your punc…

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Backbreaker Football Review

Review NaturalMotion By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 1 month ago
Backbreaker Football Review

Visceral thumps, jukes, spins and show-boating. That's what Backbreaker Football by NaturalMotion is all about. Each tackle you take will make you wince and each triumphant touchdown will have you laughing at your opponents. For a game that takes a single aspect of a national sport like NFL, it manages to be - dare I say it - addictive for everyone to play. Backbreaker has turned running the ball for a touchdown into an arcade sport and the controls couldn't be simpler. Around the low…

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Flippin' Review

Review Igloo Games By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 1 month ago
Flippin' Review

Flipside is a puzzle game where players must line up and match the symbols on a series of cards by sliding and flipping them. The game requires you to line up three or more cards in order to clear the game board and earn points, however if three or more cards line up with the same symbols on the back of the cards, you will lose points. The game requires some involved thinking and constant adjustment to get the best score possible. You can flip the card by tapping on them and can also…

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MILLIONAIRE TYCOON™ Review

Review Savy Soda By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 2 months ago
MILLIONAIRE TYCOON™ Review

Millionaire Tycoon is a Monopoly style board game where players battle against each other in costly property development in order to rise up and become the new Donald Trump; or Scrooge McDuck. You must purchase as much property to build your assets and bankrupt your opponents in the process. To play the game, you’ll have to roll a dice to move around the game board and buy up property you land on. Players will use the on screen prompts to make choices and all cash transactions b…

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Mr.Jelly Review

Mr.Jelly Review

Mr. Jelly is a puzzle game where you play as a squishy alien in love; awww. One day when walking on his planet with the lovely Miss Jelly, she opens a mysterious box and disappears. Now it’s up to you to find and rescue her by travelling through a number of different levels. Mr. Jelly uses his elastic body to catapult himself around grabbing onto different ledges and collecting love hearts along the way. Players do this by tapping on Mr. Jelly and dragging him back to bring up a…

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SkySmash 1918 Review

Review Richard Wilson By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 2 months ago
SkySmash 1918 Review

If you're a fan of the old Galaga style vertical shooter, then you'll love SkySmash 1918. What sets this game apart other games of this genre is the era; set in 1918, it encompasses WWI and it's frantic airborne dogfights. You play as an English fighter pilot and must shoot down a myriad of enemy planes, anti-air guns,and other vehicles in an effort to end the war. Players control their planes movement by dragging their finger around the screen to fly and dodge incoming projectiles. S…

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Finger Physics: Finger Fun Review

Review PressOK Entertainment By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 2 months ago
Finger Physics: Finger Fun Review

Finger Physics is a physics based, puzzle game compiling of a number of different mini-games. Players must play through a series of levels each with different physics based goals. Some require you to build a tower with the blocks given to you, other require you to remove blocks so that an egg can drop into a basket. Each level varies and progressively gets harder and harder. The controls differ for each game but all require using the iPhones touch screen interface. Before each new lev…

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Elven Chronicles Review

Review Big Blue Bubble By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 2 months ago
Elven Chronicles Review

Elven Chronicles follows the tale of a young knight and his magic wielding companion as they seek revenge on those who attacked his caravan and nearly killed him. It’s an old school, turn based RPG similar to old Super Nintendo Final Fantasy games. But unlike the original RPGs of that time, Elven Chronicles is a lot more restrictive. Players control their character by tapping on the iPhone screen to move and when a battle event is triggered use attacks or actions. These battles,…

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FarmLand Review

Review iMouse By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 2 months ago
FarmLand Review

It's hard to stand out amongst the crowd of time management games on the iPhone, so combining popular gameplay with a relatively new setting is a great way to do this. FarmLand by iMouse isn't the best time management game available, but its unique mixture of puzzles make each level interesting to play. Like most standard games in the genre, your main course of action during a level is to click objects to continue the chain of action on screen. Your goal is to take the plots of land o…

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Wriggle Review

Review Conlan Rios By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 2 months ago
Wriggle Review

They're ugly, they're slimy, they're multi-colored, but the worms in Wriggle by Conlan Rios need to be set free! Wriggle is a slick puzzle game that will challenge your ability to think around corners (literally) while remaining friendly enough for new-comers to stumble their way through. The worms of Wriggle are moved by dragging their heads or tails through the available spaces, hopefully dragging the correct worm to the exit. This is easier said than done as each level is a maze of…

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Crystal Cave Classic Review

Review Rake in Grass By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 2 months ago
Crystal Cave Classic Review

Crystal Cave Classic is a strategy digging game where players travel across the world exploring exotic mazes in order to uncover extravagant gems; Mmm shiny. Players must move boulders, use explosives to clear out walls and avoid any nasty creatures that may dwell in the caves in order to clear a path to the gems. But as the levels increase so does the difficulty and level of strategy needed. Players control their adventurer by using the d-pad on screen to move and push boulders or ot…

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