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Guns'n'Glory Review

Review HandyGames By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
Guns'n'Glory Review

Part tower defense, part real time strategy, Guns'n'Glory by Handy Games has certainly done a good job of grabbing my attention. In this Western themed title you'll need to ambush pioneers, taking them in for ransom, but don't get complacent as they'll try their hardest to avoid trouble by weaving through different canyons, forcing you to pick up and move your forces on the fly. Each of your 'towers' can be moved in order to deal with the constantly changing situations by tapping to s…

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Castaway Jelly Review

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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AirAttack Review

AirAttack Review

It can't be said that developers Art In Games didn't strike while the iron was hot and they've promptly released their new shoot'em-up AirAttack after the disappointing 1942: FIRST STRIKE failed to impress. While both of these games have a similar vibe it's hard to make a genuine comparison as AirAttack simply blows the opposition out of the water. There are three standard control schemes to choose from and players can take their pick from the available touch, tilt or virtual stick op…

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The Gravedigger Review

The Gravedigger Review

Its been said before on AppSpy, but nailing that true real-time strategy (RTS) feel doesn't seem to be easy for portable devices. The Gravedigger by Behold Studios takes yet another approach to the genre pitting Humans and Zombies against each other in a charmingly simplistic new game. After selecting your allegiance with either the 'Gravedigger' or the 'Priest' you're launched in to a short 8 mission set of tutorial missions that slowly teach you how to control and maintain your armi…

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Miner Disturbance Review

Miner Disturbance Review

Miner Disturbance is the latest free-Flash-to-iPhone adaption from developer Jagex Games Studio and for fans of this title you're in for a treat. Often it's hard to justify paying for a game that is otherwise free, but if you enjoyed plumbing the depths of just one mountain then you'll love the challenge of conquering 25 unique maps. Each level of the main game varies slightly in its goals, but for most your aim is to collect as much precious ore while avoiding pitfalls like drowning,…

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1942: FIRST STRIKE Review

1942: FIRST STRIKE Review

Before titles like Street Fighter or Mega Man dominated the market for Capcom, 1942 was tearing up the Arcades and carried on as a popular series of shoot'em-ups. Recently the series had a revival on the XBox Live Arcade as a 3D amalgamation of the previous titles and now fans of the series can play a retro-remix of this title on their iDevices with '1942: FIRST STRIKE'. Players can switch between tilt-to-move or touch-and-swipe controls for maneuvering one of three available planes.…

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Pro Zombie Soccer Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Pro Zombie Soccer Review

The development and release of Pro Zombie Soccer is almost a perfect storm of ideas, combining the still (amazingly) strong zombie market with the increasingly prominent football (soccer) crowd. It sounds like a marketing wet-dream, but it's hard to fault Chillingo's latest release as it begs you to sit down and finish this immensely fun and amusing title without a single break. You'll need to get your reflexes and rebound skills tuned up in order to crush the almost unstoppable wave…

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Hamster Panic Review

Review afzainizam zahari By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
Hamster Panic Review

Hamsters are undoubtedly cute and fun pets to own as long as you're not allergic to them, but they can be hungry little devils that will eat themselves sick (or worse) if you're not careful. Hamster Panic places you in charge of two hamsters, one full to the brim, the other in desperate need of a fill. A delicate balance needs to be struck between your cute furball companions, but with obstacles like hot slices of toast and a house-cat on the prowl making things even more difficult you…

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BABEL Rising Review

Review Bulkypix By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
BABEL Rising Review

I must confess that I felt a bit guilty loading up BABEL Rising by Bulkypix. Perhaps it's just years of religious schooling kicking in, but being a vengeful god feels the slightest bit blasphemous. However, this new take on the defense genre is absorbing enough to keep even these weighty thoughts from interrupting a good time. BABEL plays much like an action oriented version of Pocket God. Super powers are at your disposal and charge up over time to provide more powerful versions. Var…

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muBlip Review

Review para9 By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 months ago
muBlip Review

I'm not sure if I've somehow been co-opted in to an educational game while playing muBlip by para9. On the face of it the game is an Ouendan-style rhythm game with fresh electronic chiptune beats, but to mix things up the game uses a Simon-says watch and repeat set up to add an amazing new kind of challenge to the genre. Each track is broken up in to phrases where the player watches the computer play the beat using on screen patterns and then must repeat the phrase as accurately as po…

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BioDefense: Zombie Outbreak Review

Review Dohi Sweden By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 months ago
BioDefense: Zombie Outbreak Review

Let me summarize the story of BioDefense: Zombie Outbreak - A meteor hits Earth; Zombies roam the Earth; Mankind fights for its survival. Now that we have the stock plot requirements in place, lets get back to blasting endless waves of zombies! With its unique mix of RTS and Tower Defense gameplay, this is a huge step forward for developer Resolution Interactive who have previously made their name with the Moto franchise. Gameplay boils down to two main duties of branching out and cap…

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Project "Thor" Review

Review Jury Shortki By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 months ago
Project "Thor" Review

Project Thor by Jury Shortki is a bit of an odd-ball when it comes to classification. Strictly speaking it's another castle-defense game, but replace castle with planet and defense with Arkanoid. If nothing else, Project Thor demands attention for being so genuinely unique. It's hard to describe the gameplay, but it goes a little something like this: While defending a new planet for humanity, you control a giant shield that reflects incoming attacks while building a large temporary "o…

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Zombie Recycling Inc. : Moldy Green Review

Review TECMO,LTD. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 months ago
Zombie Recycling Inc. : Moldy Green Review

In a world gone mad; A land where Zombies roam the countryside; One company... one man has taken up the fight to ensure that Zombies don't go extinct. This is Tecmo's Zombie Recycling Incorporated. Moldy Green is the first of two games in the Zombie Recycling Inc. series and acts as an introduction to the game's mechanics without being too hard to complete. Your aim is to bounce your zombie's head throughout the level, avoiding dangerous traps on the way and landing it upright on to t…

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Chalkboard Stunts Review

Review Manta Research By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 4 months ago
Chalkboard Stunts Review

In the Alpine Crawler World review, the term physics racer was used. This seems an apt title as any to describe Chalkboard Stunts. Your tiny car has to drive over a landscape of chalk ramps and jumps to get to the raceflag as quickly as possible. Your car is controlled by two arrow buttons on the sides of the screen. One accelerates left, the other right. The buttons above it are for turning your car in air to land correctly, or righting it when you've flipped. At any time, the screen…

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Star Wars The Force Unleashed Review

Review THQ Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 months ago
Star Wars The Force Unleashed Review

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (TFU) is THQ's port of the Triple-A title of the same name for major consoles from 2008. TFU was originally released at the same period as the console game and had a lot to live up to compared to its technologically advanced big brothers. Each level of the story campaign will have you scrambling to execute gesture controls to eliminate your enemies. At the time, TFU's console version made a big splash for its complex physics and AI models, so a lot of ti…

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