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HellJump 2: New Adventures Review

Review SoftGames By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
HellJump 2: New Adventures Review

HellJump 2: New Adventures by SoftGames baffles me a little bit. While it's easy enough to merely say it's just another vertical jumping title, it wouldn't be taking in to account the rather beautiful visuals that have gone in to the game. But regardless of this, HellJump 2 shows no meaningful gameplay improvements over the original and that is what confuses me. For those not yet familiar with vertical jumping titles, all you need to do is keep bouncing your character as high as possi…

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Cut Him Up! Review

Review Edwin Iskandar By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 2 months ago
Cut Him Up! Review

Bloody single-minded violence, thy name is 'Cut Him Up!'. Following in the best traditions of side-scrolling brawlers before it, Iskander's latest release is a sometimes exciting action title that keeps things simple in just about every possible way. There are no major surprises in store for those who have played brawlers in the past and the game's '8-way' virtual stick with two buttons certainly gets the job done. Punching your enemies or kicking them in the face with a flying heel i…

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Castaway Jelly Review

Review Colorplay Games By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
Castaway Jelly Review

It's not often you get a chance to navigate coral mazes as a jellyfish and Colorplay Games have decided to fill this niche hole with 'Castaway Jelly'. In this simple game you must navigate various ocean hazards in order to rescue your friends and ultimately make your way home. Over the course of 30 levels you'll need to avoid natural hazards including sharp coral, balloon fish and on several occasions even apparently harmless bubbles. The game boasts the use of intuitive controls, but…

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FastBall 2 Review

Review Klik! Games By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 months ago
FastBall 2 Review

FastBall 2 is the sequel to Klik! Games first App Store title, FastBall and features a handful of great improvements that make this a title worth grabbing if you're a fan of titles like The Impossible Game. Why would you need to be a fan of The Impossible Game? Well, after the first few levels, each bite-sized area becomes a non-stop platforming challenge that tests your timing to avoid pitfalls and obstacles on your way to the exit. New features such as super-jump tiles and speed-up…

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Mini Plane Review

Review Pascal Bestebroer By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 6 months ago
Mini Plane Review

As a simple touch-based endless game, you'll dive, climb and dodge incoming planes with ease while rescuing stranded victims and claiming stars for bonus points in Mini Plane by OrangePixel. But it isn't always smooth sailing as you slowly progress through the game's content. By touching the screen your plane is given a boost of power, pulling its nose up and out of your initial nose-dive. As you progress, planes and helicopters will provide aerial obstacles to avoid, while the citysc…

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Stair Dismount Universal Review

Review Secret Exit Ltd. By Kym Holmes, 4 years, 8 months ago
Stair Dismount Universal Review

Pushing someone down a flight of stairs is dangerous and not recommended. In the case of Stair Dismount, it's not only acceptable, it's your objective. The more bones you break and injuries you cause, the more points you score. Of course it's only a dummy, so don't try this at home. The controls are fairly straight forward: position an arrow on the dummy as your "push zone" and then click the large button when the meter reaches the strength you want to use. This will send your ragdoll…

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Synth Racing Review

Review Race to the Moon By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 4 months ago
Synth Racing Review

Synth Racing by Race to the Moon is a time-trial racing game that takes all the style and speed from Wipeout, but doesn't quite manage to live up to the game it takes its inspiration from. The aim of the game here is to reach your goal as quickly as possible. To reach the pinnacle of your potential speed you'll need to avoid these obstacles and collect speed-boosts, so you'll be happy to know that the tilt-controls used to slide your ship around the screen are almost flawless in their…

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