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Home » Apps with tag 'iPod'

Onslaught from Space Review

Review Scatter Circuit By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 7 months ago
Onslaught from Space Review

While most iPhone games tend to get an edge on the competition by taking steps forward in regards to gameplay and presentation, Onslaught From Space takes steps backwards with its retro 80s arcade and early 3D console style presentation. Your goal is to survive waves of incoming enemies for as long as possible and various weapon power-ups will help you to do so. Players must destroy all incoming spaceships and other objects by adjusting and tilting their iPod to aim and tapping the sc…

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Real Tennis Review

Review Gameloft By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 7 months ago
Real Tennis Review

Real Tennis 2009 is, as you’d guess from the title, a tennis game from developer Gameloft. However this is one of their more original titles as there is no one specific game they have cloned but more of the genre as a whole. Players jump onto the court and play a number of different modes in friendly competition. Movement is controlled by using the onscreen d-pad and you hit the ball by using the swing button. Players serve the ball by tilting the iPhone to the area you want to…

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Defender Chronicles - Legend of The Desert King Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 7 months ago
Defender Chronicles - Legend of The Desert King Review

Just when you thought all Tower Defence games were the same, along comes Defender Chronicles to smack you upside the head with a dead goblin. Yes, the core gameplay is the same but certain changes have been made to break the repetitive nature of most TD games. Instead of placing towers ‘willy nilly’ on the map, players must co-ordinate towers along the specific build zones to make the most effective army possible. The upgrade and placement system is very straightforward as…

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Starball - WARNING: Insanely Addictive Review

Starball - WARNING: Insanely Addictive Review

For those of you who didn’t have an excuse to twist and turn your iPhone around like a madman, then say hello to Starball, the tilt-controlled physics game. Players must roll their small ball around a game board, collecting stars to increase their highscore. However, the more stars you collect, the more dangerous red orbs appear to pop your ball, along with all of your hopes and dreams. Players will need to constantly adjust and change the direction of their ball by tilting thei…

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Thirty One Review

Review Luke Campbell By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 7 months ago
Thirty One Review

Thrity One is a card drawing game that takes some of the rules of Blackjack and makes them its own. As you can probably guess, the player’s goal is to use their cards to total up a score of thirty one, or close enough to it. You’ll play against two AI opponents in a series of matches in hopes of earning the most coins by winning hands. Players are given three cards initially to play with. From here, you’ll have to decide to either take the card on the table or flip t…

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Cell War Review

Review TipCat Mobile By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 7 months ago
Cell War Review

Cell War is a horizontal shooter much like R-Type and other arcade shooter games. Your goal is to pilot the nano machine and stop the spread of infectious diseases and viruses that could wipe out mankind. But fear not, the nano machine can be upgraded with powerful collectibles that will give those nasty germs a run for their money - or whatever germs exchange for goods and services. Players control the nano machine by tilting their iPhone to move, tapping on enemies to launch a power…

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SpongeDude Review

Review Handplant Studios By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 7 months ago
SpongeDude Review

SpongeDude is a physics based puzzle game where players take control of SpongeDude, a green cube who has been exiled to earth for falling asleep while on guard duty of the moon. It’s now up to you to get him off this bizarre planet and back home, but this is easier said than done. Seeing as how SpongeDude does not have any limbs, he cannot move or walk on his own accord. You’ll need to collect and use various objects that will move, lift or blast SpongeDude through each le…

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BloodyXmas Review

Review MADFINGER Games, a.s. By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 7 months ago
BloodyXmas Review

From the title alone, it’s safe to say that Bloody Xmas is not your usual happy Christmas game; unless of course you’re a serial killer. Either way, Bloody Xmas puts players in control of a badass reinvention of Santa as he must defend his workshop from thieving little creatures. So it’s up to you to dismember and cleave your way through the incoming waves of enemies so they don’t steal all of your presents. Santa is controlled by tapping and holding on the scr…

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Cubik Review

Review HallwayLight By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 7 months ago
Cubik Review

Cubik is a memory based game where players must clear away a large cluster of coloured shapes by gathering points in order to do so. Players earn points by tapping out different coloured sequences shown on screen. Players have control of the length of each sequence and more points are awarded the longer it is. Players tap and hold on the lower left hand button in order to be given the ‘Simon says’ style sequence and will have to tap out that sequence correctly once they le…

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Women's Murder Club: Death in Scarlet Review

Review iwin, Inc. By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 7 months ago
Women's Murder Club: Death in Scarlet Review

If you’ve played a hidden object iPhone game before then it’s safe to say that you’ll know what to expect. Women’s Murder Club: Death in Scarlet is the latest entry to the genre and not only offers players gameplay that requires a sharp eye for detail, but also a new adventure in author James Patterson’s Women’s Murder Club universe. You’ll play as characters from the book series and you'll work together in order to solve this murder mystery.…

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U-Boot Plus Review

Review Bootant LLC By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 7 months ago
U-Boot Plus Review

uBoot is an arcade game that throws players in the deep end, literally. You’re in control of a small submarine and must travel the briny depths of the ocean all while avoiding various mines, strange sea creatures and other submarines. You must go as far as possible in order to max out your highscore and progress onto the next level. The controls differ based on which of the three difficulties you play on. In the easiest mode, players must move their ship up and down by tilting t…

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Rope Raider Review

Review 10tons Ltd By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 7 months ago
Rope Raider Review

For those of you who love Rope’N’Fly, then you’re in luck because there’s a new high flying, rope swinger in town. Rope Raider puts player in control of a rather heavy looking super hero as he swings around from building to building trying to get as far as possible without falling to the ground. Players tap on a building to throw out a grappling hook and begin their Tarzan style swing and they tap again to release it. You’ll need to keep this going in ord…

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MVMG Review

Review Killerstorm Studios By Luke Bartley, 4 years, 7 months ago
MVMG Review

MVMG, or Machine Vs Machine Gun, from developer Killerstorm Studios, is a 3D shooter for the iPhone. It puts the player in the shoes of Sgt. Jackson, the last remaining soldier left in your squad, and you must fight off wave after wave of unrelenting machines, bent on your destruction. With only your mounted machine gun to fend off the hordes, you must last as long as you can. Players control their machine gun by tapping and holding on it to fire, and drag their finger around the scre…

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UniWar HD Review

Review TBS Games LLC By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 7 months ago
UniWar HD Review

Uniwar is a tactical strategy game that has players fighting to eliminate all opposing forces from the game grid to become victorious. Players will need to buy units, plan their attacks and capture bases to effectively win each battle. Players control their units by tapping on an individual and then tapping on a grid square to move them. Once there, players will have the option to keep their unit there, attack if an enemy is close or capture a base if they are standing on top of one.…

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N.O.V.A. - Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance Review

Review Gameloft By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 7 months ago
N.O.V.A. - Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance Review

Halo as a franchise was the start of a console revolution for the first person shooter. It combined well designed controls with a highly anticipated adventure story and amazing multiplayer paving the way for future FPSs. NOVA (Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance) may not be as epochal, but it has refined the genre for the iPhone in a way that can't be ignored. Veterans of FPSs will quickly adapt to the controls that are purpose built and well considered for touch screens. Of the three contro…

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