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Home » Apps with tag 'OpenFeint'

Tiny Wings Review

Review Andreas Illiger By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 5 months ago
Tiny Wings Review

UPDATE: It seems I must have been having internet issues, but leaderboards do exist for Openfeint for this title, however Game Center is not yet implemented, though is on its way. Elegance in gameplay is a hard concept to nail down, but sometimes minimalism in gameplay can have more of an impact than any flashy button-mashing action title could ever dream to accomplish. With little more than a single tap to control a near-flightless bird, Tiny Wings by Andreas Illiger evokes instants…

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Touch Fly Review

Review Zepetto By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 6 months ago
Touch Fly Review

With so many huge Triple-A titles and even amazing Independent titles providing iOS gamers with such great value, it's hard to remember at times that you're playing games on a mobile device. That may sound silly, but not every game needs to reach for these lofty standards and Touch Fly by Zepetto sticks to a simple endless formula for those after a quick, fun experience on the go. Touch Fly re-ignites the flames of 'The Hare and the Tortoise' race with a bit of jet-fuel as the Tortois…

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Flick Golf! Review

Review Full Fat By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 8 months ago
Flick Golf! Review

So sure, you've flicked footballs and you've pelted 'Speak & Spell's at a rampaging grandma zombie, but now Full Fat allow you to live out your fantasy as a pro-golfer in Flick Golf! Well OK, it's not like you'll be entering in to the PGA tournament in this title, but Flick Golf! turns something as relaxing as hitting a few golf balls down at the driving range in to something challenging and fun. Like a lot of flick-converted sport titles, your aim is to get the ball to reach a de…

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Fumes Stunt Racer Review

Review Sector3 Games By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 9 months ago
Fumes Stunt Racer Review

I was never a huge fan of Stunt Car Racer (SCR) - yes, yes, 'blasphemy' I know - but I was having too much fun butting my head against games like Impossible Mission to master a title as subtly complex as SCR. Fumes Stunt Racer (FSR) by Sector3 Games is a spiritual revival of the seminal racing simulator and for once I'm glad I'm not dealing with rose-tinted glasses. FSR is not a title that forgives people for just jumping in and blasting away; no, players will need to come to grips, f…

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Oh! My Gun! HD - Kill, hit to go level up! Review

Review Mobile Force By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 10 months ago
Oh! My Gun! HD - Kill, hit to go level up! Review

I'm a little bit worried to admit that I enjoy 'Oh! My Gun! - Kill, hit ladies to go level up!' by Mobile Force. It's not an excellent or seriously entertaining physics based puzzle title and the basic theme borders on disturbing, but the simple fun recklessness of its gameplay kept me hooked far longer than I'd care to admit. Your objective is to clear out each level of all the women that are standing around in precarious locations next to bombs, heavy objects and spiked wheels by sh…

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XAGON. Review

Review Sudden Creations By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 10 months ago
XAGON. Review

XAGON. by Sudden Creations might be a little familiar for some, especially if you've played the recently released title 'Flipstones'. However, instead of going for a flashy and at times unforgiving style of gameplay, XAGON strips things down to the basics and players will need to either make matches as fast as possible, or with the minimum amount of moves to score it big. Swapping only requires a quick swipe, but they can only be switched one at a time, making the Strategy and Arcade…

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Hot Plates Review

Review Big Mouse Media By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 10 months ago
Hot Plates Review

UPDATE: First I must apologize for posting this review early in error, however most of the content still stands with a couple minor exceptions. The latest patch adds a new micro-game mode for periods where you only have a short time to play. It's a neat addition that solves the problem of the main game taking too long to reach a challenging level of play, but some difficulty selection would still be neat. Thanks to these changes and more (including minor achievements for prog…

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Dodonpachi Resurrection Review

Review CAVE CO.,LTD. By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
Dodonpachi Resurrection Review

NOTE: This game requires 3rd gen or higher devices (3GS, iPad, iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 32/64gb) - CAVE recommends you try the LITE version when available to confirm compatability if you are unsure. As developer CAVE puts it in their description of Dodonpachi Resurrection, this shoot'em-up (shmup) is bullet heaven. But one man's heaven can be another man's hell so perhaps I should point out that this isn't going to appeal to everyone because 'manic' doesn't quite come close to how inte…

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Cave Run Review

Review Ravenous Games Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
Cave Run Review

It's deja vu time again and Cave Run by Ravenous Games brings another horizontal platform runner to the ever increasing party of titles. In order to score big you'll need to help your treasure-hunter to collect coins as he attempts to escape the crumbling depths of the cave he's stuck in. And much like others there's no real surprises with the controls, with a simple tap allowing you to jump higher depending on how long you hold down. This does become somewhat critical to keep an eye…

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Donut Ninja - Tappi Bear Review

Review Taplay Limited By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
Donut Ninja - Tappi Bear Review

Donut Ninja is the third in a current series of four available games by Taplay in the 'Tappi Bear' series of mini-games and I thought I'd give you the low-down on at least one of these titles as they're an interesting experience to say the least. All of the games in this series keep things extremely simple, requiring only one to two taps to play and in Donut Ninja it's your job to feed the incoming waves of attacking ninja bears with donuts before they attack. The game essentially fee…

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Exodus Review

Review Tip Tap Games By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
Exodus Review

It's hard not to make the comparison between Exodus by Tip Tap Games and other line drawing management games like Flight Control, but you'd be selling this game short if you thought it was just a simple draw-and-forget title. You'll need to manage various ships as they drop off their payload of colonists to various space-stations around the universe and you'll need keen timing to make use of the limited docking space and avoid environmental hazards out to ruin your day. Once a ship is…

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RollOut Review

Review Bulkypix By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 1 month ago
RollOut Review

For most puzzle platformers you'll be put in control of a character that's subject to the whims of a cruel environment that can push, block and direct you towards various traps. In Rollout by Bulkypix you get to reverse the roles, taking control of the environment to bounce, speed up and slow down an adorable ball of fluff called Wabba as he makes his way to each exit. Once Wabba warps in to each level he'll curl up and start rolling until you've completed the level, leaving you to sh…

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Aurora Feint 3 iPad Review

Review Openfeint Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
Aurora Feint 3 iPad Review

If your idea of fun involves trudging around and getting involved in random match-3 based puzzles, then you might find Aurora Feint 3 to be right up your alley. That is - of course - only if that's all you're interested in. As a continuation of their popular series and Danielle Cassley and Jason Citron's first release for the iPad, Aurora Feint 3's beauty only goes skin deep. Much like the previous titles, battling opponents is performed using their unique match-3 system. Tiles can be…

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Chrome-8 Review

Chrome-8 Review

Chrome-8 by Far East Asia Development is a pure puzzle experience. This isn't the kind of game that appeals to many people, but anyone who has enjoyed games like PathPix will enjoy the simple challenge that Chrome-8 provides. Each puzzle represents a web of links used to shift the colored orbs on screen. Your goal is to align the colors in such a way that no two colors are linked. This sounds murderously difficult, but two game modes (and a total of 300 puzzles) are available to warm…

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Artilect Pro Review

Review Yuri Brigance By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 4 months ago
Artilect Pro Review

Artilect by Atomic Cactus is a puzzle game in which you take turns against a human or AI controlled opponent, trying to change the colour of orbs to reach your opponent's goal. It's also very difficult as the AI is brutal even on the early stages. What then is it, that makes this game so hard to put down? Control is all touch based. Each level consists of green orbs between the two goals, with the game starting in the middle. Upon touching a green orb, you change it to your colour, dr…

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