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Home » Apps with tag 'longevity'

Fly Kiwi, Fly! Review

Review Hungry Game By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 5 months ago
Fly Kiwi, Fly! Review

Don't you feel sorry for flightless birds? It's like nature played a cruel trick on them. Well one Kiwi is not going to take this laying down! In Fly Kiwi Fly, you play a Kiwi, who is inspired by a space shuttle launch to fly around the world. Using aids like kites, tramplines, and hang gliders, help your Kiwi make his dreams of flight come true. When your Kiwi reaches the end of the cliff, tap the button to leap off. Once in the air, tap to engage your flight device. After that it's…

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YAHTZEE™ Adventures Review

Review Electronic Arts By Kym Holmes, 4 years, 5 months ago
YAHTZEE™ Adventures Review

If you are or were a fan of Hasbro's scoring die game Yahtzee, then EA's iPhone port of Yahtzee Adventures offers a great new way to play an old favourite. The main adventure mode has you playing against various NPCs around the world to hone your Yahtzee skills and try to beat them all. The controls are well thought out allowing you to shake the iphone to roll the die or simply click the cup to roll them. You then click the die you wish to hold after each roll until you choose your be…

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Parachute Ninja Review

Review Freeverse, Inc. By Luke Bartley, 4 years, 5 months ago
Parachute Ninja Review

Out of all the deadly things in a ninja's arsenal, one thing has always been missing. Parachutes! That is about to change with Parachute Ninja. After your village was burned and your family killed, you (a pacman look-a-like in a ninja suit) set out to enact revenge. Along the way your last surviving uncle Master Yo shows you the art of being a ninja. Players use slingshot platforms to fling their way through the level, while avoiding obstacles and enemies, and not falling in the water…

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Buster Red Review

Review Iskandar, Inc. By Kym Holmes, 4 years, 5 months ago
Buster Red Review

Buster Red is a simple, top down arcade style space shooter in which you advance through levels by simply shooting through the many waves of enemies that fly onto the screen. You control your ship by  dragging your finger around the screen to move whilst avoiding enemies and enemy fire. To save you from RSI, your ship is constantly firing so you need only drag it to the appropriate places on the screen to shoot the waves of enemies. The game offers early powerups to give you maxi…

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Tumbledrop Review

Review Starfruit Games By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 6 months ago
Tumbledrop Review

Tumbledrop by Starfruit Games is a beguiling and challenging physics puzzler with a cutesy style that borders on excessive. The magic of this App comes from not only attempting to solve puzzles normally, but also how it rewards repeat players. Each level involves solving an intricate puzzle by getting the "pink star" to land on the available safe zone(s). However the challenge comes from attempting to do so while the star starts in a precariously balanced position. Tapping blocks will…

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Beat It! Review

Review Glu Games Inc. By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 6 months ago
Beat It! Review

For all aspiring DJs, music producers or sound mixers out there, Beat It! is the game for you. In this rhythmically driven puzzle game, players must mimic a small audio clip by cueing up different instrument tracks to match the original beat and add various items to the environment around you. You must try to replicate each track as quickly and as accurately as possible using nothing but your ears. Players place different instrument notes out on the 16 bar track by tapping where they…

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Zwirn Review

Review luridmorn By Luke Bartley, 4 years, 6 months ago
Zwirn Review

Zwirn is an interesting game to say the least. Though first impressions are somewhat similar to Zen Bound, they are unfortunately only skin deep. Zwirn (German for twine) is a quirky puzzle game where players manipulate a piece of string from its starting point, and thread it around the level so it touches all black dots simultaneously by the time you reach the end. The first four levels are supposed to act as a tutorial, unfortunately they are not of much help. Rather than give you w…


Space Station: Frontier Review

Review Origin8 By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 6 months ago
Space Station: Frontier Review

The tower defense genre has been one of the more popular of the app store, patrly due to the simplicity of its touch controls. Space Station: Frontier takes the simple controls and gameplay of tower defense and adds the base building, expansion, and resource management of the RTS genre. As a mining operation on the outskirts of the solar system, you are attacked by a hostile force, and must defend your operation. If you've played a tower defense game, you know the basics. Drag a tower…

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Dragon's Lair Review

Review Electronic Arts By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 6 months ago
Dragon's Lair Review

The year was 1983. Arcades were the place to be and utilizing new Laserdisc technology, a game came out that wowed so many people, lines were formed waiting to pop quarter after quarter into this machine. That game was Dragon's Lair. Since then, this gaming classic has been ported to everything imaginable, and now it's on the iphone. You play as Dirk the Daring, braving the dangers of Singe's castle to rescue the princess Daphne, and not die a horrible death in the process. The contro…

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Tipoli Review

Review Divide by Zero Games By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 6 months ago
Tipoli Review

Tipoli is a charming and quirky puzzle game where players take control of Mint and Periwinkle, two small creatures who are bound together by love - Awwwww. Players must guide these two to the large love heart in each level but they must work together in order to do so. Periwinkle is able to cling onto surfaces, while Mint is able to bounce off surfaces. By tapping the screen you can swap them and are able to ‘walk’ along each level. The game relies heavily on the physics b…

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The Impossible Quiz! Review

Review inXile Entertainment By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 7 months ago
The Impossible Quiz! Review

Games that aim to annoy are an odd breed. The Impossible Quiz by inXile Entertainment dances on the line of frustration and entertainment with care and when you accept the challenge you do so knowing it won't be fair. Playing the game involves being taunted with touch-to-respond answers that require thoughts so bendy they'd only look straight in a carnival fun house mirror maze. There's not as much of a dependance on "what am I thinking" logic puzzles and more of a dependance on "gues…

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Virtual Villagers 3: The Secret City Review

Review Last Day of Work By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 7 months ago
Virtual Villagers 3: The Secret City Review

Virtual Villagers 3 by Last Day of Work is the latest installment of the series that combines puzzles with a fascinating voyeuristic style of gameplay that takes The Sims and gives it a Survivor TV series spin. A lot has gone in to transferring this game to the iPhone from the PC and Mac, but something was lost in translation during the process. The main set of controls only require you to drag and drop villagers between destinations, however this can be quite difficult as the menus,…

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Arachnadoodle Review

Review Connect2Media By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 7 months ago
Arachnadoodle Review

Arachnadoodle is a quirky puzzle game that allows players the chance to live out any life long dreams to be an arachnid. You play as a goofy little spider who must build a web using the small pins in each level as a frame in order to catch the oncoming waves of flies. You must complete your web by using all of the pins or else you risk losing your lunch and ending the game. Players jump around madly to spin their web by tapping and dragging out a direction they want the spider to jump…

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Angry Birds Review

Review Rovio Entertainment Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 7 months ago
Angry Birds Review

Angry Birds is the kind of physics sim come castle demolisher that follows on from games like Crush the Castle. Clickgamer.com may not have evolved the game too much, but smashing the defenses of your sworn enemy can be fun even if things do require a bit too much trial and error. Birds are launched at your foes via a slingshot you control simply through drag gestures. You can scroll the screen via dragging, but this is most useful after your first shot to follow the line of trajector…

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Smashed (Full) Review

Review Hackdirt Ltd By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 7 months ago
Smashed (Full) Review

Smashed is a physics based game where players must demolish large structures and towers of crates as effectively as possible to rack up their highscore. The game also boasts an interesting story for players to work through, which is quite unusual for a physics game but certainly a welcomed addition. Players begin their training in site demolition and are given instructions on how to destroy wooden crates and other objects. You destroy objects by tapping on them and earn extra points b…

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