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ORBITAL Review

Review bitforge Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 11 months ago
ORBITAL Review

Orbital by bitforge is self described as a "one-thumb experience". Based on the popular award winning flash game Gimme Friction Baby by Wouter Visser, Orbital delivers a sexy and simple game that will have you hitting "replay" one too many times. Being true to its tag line, there's only one input required and that's a single finger capable of touching the screen. Players need to tap the screen in order to fire projectiles around the play area. These will subsequently balloon out and b…

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THE GAME OF LIFE Classic Edition Review

Review Electronic Arts By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 11 months ago
THE GAME OF LIFE Classic Edition Review

For those of you who are familiar with the Milton Bradley series of board games, you will have heard of Life; the game where players progress through various stages of life earning money, buying a house, and starting a family in order to retire rich and happy. Well with the release of The Game of Life for the iPhone, players can access this classic board game at the touch of a fingertip. The gameplay remains the same as the original board game; players must spin a dial to move their p…

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Helion Review

Helion Review

Helion is an action game where players take control of a supernova like spaceship and it’s up to you to defeat the oncoming enemy attacks. As you play through, you will encounter different enemies each with their own strengths and weaknesses and a number of power-ups to increase your destructive firepower. You control your ship by dragging it around the screen using your finger, and you fire your weapon by dragging another other finger in the direction you wish to shoot. This so…

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Lion Pride Review

Review Blue Fang Games By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 11 months ago
Lion Pride Review

Have you ever dreamed of hunting animals in the desert plains of Africa? How about as a lion? Well now you can, thanks to Lion Pride available on the iPhone. Players will take control of a fierce lioness as she hunts down her prey in an attempt to gain the highest score possible for each level. The game features a line drawing control scheme that utilizes the iPhone touch screen. Players tap on a lion and draw a path for them to take. As you progress through the levels, you’ll n…

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Stay Review

Review Anthropophagy By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 11 months ago
Stay Review

Stay is a puzzle game where players must balances a small pink shape on a see-saw like board for as long as they can. To do this, players must counter balance the board by placing other squares on either side. Different squares have different weights and must be placed effectively to stop the pink shape from falling off completely. You drop different square pieces onto the board by tapping the screen. You cannot control the size pieces that will drop, but you can see what sizes will d…

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Guitar Rock Tour 2 Review

Review Gameloft By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 11 months ago
Guitar Rock Tour 2 Review

In the tradition of console music/rhythm games, Guitar Rock Tour 2 puts you up on stage playing a number of classic Rock and Roll tracks. With 16 tracks available and the option to play drums, as well as guitar, there's plenty of musical content to keep you rocking on your iPhone. The controls are the usual rhythm game style, where notes fall from the top screen and you hit them in time to the music, but now players tap their fingers on the screen to hit the notes. At times you might…

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Paper Toss: World Tour Review

Review Backflip Studios By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 11 months ago
Paper Toss: World Tour Review

Paper Toss has been one of the most popular free games in the app store for a while. Now in Paper Toss: World Tour, Backflip Studios have added more content, as you travel the globe, flicking paper into the wastebasket on an international level. Control is the same as it's always been. To flick the paper ball into the trash, just move your finger along the screen. After each shot, the wind and direction changes, so you have to adjust your shot trajectory to compensate. World Tour off…

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Fast & Furious The Game Review

Review I-play By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 11 months ago
Fast & Furious The Game Review

Fast & Furious is a racing game based on the popular movie franchise. There are plenty of game modes which are variations on the standard racing 'cross the finish line' gameplay, including a story which ties together the game modes with the movie's narrative, and an online competitive mode. Does all this variety make for a good game however? Control is pretty streamlined. For most of the racing, acceleration is taking care of automatically. You tilt the iPhone to steer left and ri…

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PGA Golo Golf Dice Review

Review Pick Up And Play By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 11 months ago
PGA Golo Golf Dice Review

PGA Golo Golf Dice is the iPhone's portal to PGA.com's online version of the table-top dice game of the same name. For a game that relies on something as simple as rolling dice it's a remarkably complex game of luck and strategy. There's little to the controls with the dice being shaken each round or rolled out at the touch of a button. The interface serves more as a method of tracking your progress, so there's little room for complexity here. Despite only being a game played with di…

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Chewie Chu Review

Review Ludigames By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 11 months ago
Chewie Chu Review

Chewie Chu, published by Ludigames, is a well presented and interesting action puzzle platformer that challenges players with timed levels and physics based solutions - but there's no escaping the fact that it is also a very frustrating game to play. Your aim is to unlock the exit by moving your worm via slingshot from wherever he's currently anchored into switches, edible bugs etc. A lot of time and patience needs to be given to learning the controls (despite being fairly easy to pic…

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Play Marbles Review

Review Darkside Entertainment By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 11 months ago
Play Marbles Review

Play Marbles is a version of the classic kids game marbles for the iPhone. The aim of marbles is to knock as many marbles as you can out of the game circle in order to beat your opponent. You control your shots by tilting the iPhone to move the marble around the circle, using the two buttons on screen to change camera and adjust your direction and flicking the marble to shoot. The controls are simple but they don’t seem all that polished and it can be difficult to line up shots…

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Nano Rally Review

Review Sauce Digital Limited By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 12 months ago
Nano Rally Review

Nano Rally is a racing game where players take control of a miniature racecar and race around a number of tracks and areas around a house. Players must navigate, adjust car specs and race through in the quickest time possible. The track scores are all added up to a grand total, your goal is to complete all the tracks while slowly grinding down your overall race time. You control your car by using the buttons in the lower part of the screen. Gas, brakes and steering are all controlled…

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Touch KO Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 12 months ago
Touch KO Review

Touch KO is a boxing game that puts players in the gloves of an amateur boxer as you fight your way up the ranks towards a title belt. As you play through the career mode, you can train your fighter and customise his appearance, gear and stats in order to become the next dominant champion. The game controls use both sides of the screen as punch buttons. Tap the screen to jab, flick inwards to hook and flick upwards to uppercut. These controls are simple for a boxing game and they do w…

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Vegas Pool Sharks Review

Vegas Pool Sharks Review

Vegas Pool Sharks is a Pool game for the iPhone. Players select an opponent, each with a different skill level, and play a game of Pool. There are a few different game styles to play from but all are pretty much standard rules of the game. You control your cue by dragging your finger across the screen to set-up the angle of your shot, and dragging backwards to adjust the power of your shot. You can also opt to use on screen buttons to calibrate your shot if you find that easier. The c…

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Frogger Review

Frogger Review

Frogger is a port of the classic Konami arcade title. The gameplay and goal are the same; navigate your frog across a busy highway and the river to his home on the bank. Players must get 5 frogs across the river bank in order to complete the level, while collecting power-ups and bonuses in order to get more points. Frogger is controlled by flicking your finger on the screen in the direction you want him to jump. Players can also tap or tilt in order to move by changing the options in…

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