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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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GHOSTS'N GOBLINS GOLD KNIGHTS Review

Review CAPCOM By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 7 months ago
GHOSTS'N GOBLINS GOLD KNIGHTS Review

It's fairly common for older "classic" games to get a port on the iPhone, whether it be as an emulated copy, a stylized clone, or a complete overhaul. Ghosts'n Goblins Gold Knights by CAPCOM attempts to bring the classic arcade game to the iPhone while mashing modern styles together. Once you're in the game you'll find yourself presented with the familiar platform controls of a virtual d-pad on the left and attack/jump buttons on the right. They do take up a considerable amount of scr…

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Call of Duty: Zombies Review

Call of Duty: Zombies Review

World at War Zombies is an iPhone port of the popular game mode from the console versions of Call of Duty: World at War. For those of you who are familiar with the Zombies mode of World at War, the core gameplay here is still the same. You’ll need to fend off waves of incoming zombie soldiers while repairing barriers and purchasing new guns to make killing easier. Players control the zombie killing action by using the iPhone’s touch screen and tapping on the appropriate bu…

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Beneath a Steel Sky: Remastered Review

Review Revolution By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 7 months ago
Beneath a Steel Sky: Remastered Review

If you were one of those gamers who were patient enough to play ‘point and click’ adventure games over 10 or more floppy discs, then today is your lucky day. The widely acclaimed 1994 DOS release Beneath a Steel Sky has made its way onto the iPhone. This new port has been vastly improved from the original but maintains the key elements that made it a cult classic. The new control scheme uses the iPhones touch screen interface to interact with objects as you would a mouse.…

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Harbor Havoc 3D Review

Review Backflip Studios By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 7 months ago
Harbor Havoc 3D Review

Harbour Havoc 3D is a line drawing game where players must direct various ships to their appropriate destinations. Your goal is to successfully navigate as many ships and other vehicles as possible in order to max out your highscore, while avoiding any crashes. You’ll start off directing ships but soon will need to juggle submarines, helicopters and ships on three dimensions of play all at once. The controls are very self explanatory; players tap on a ship and draw out a path fo…

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Earthworm Jim Review

Review Gameloft By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 9 months ago
Earthworm Jim Review

Fans of the classic Sega Genesis game rejoice, because Earthworm Jim has hit the iPhone! The game is exactly how you remember it; players take control of Earthworm Jim as he must travel across various different levels fighting a number of enemies and super villains in order to save the lovely Princess What’s-Her-Name. Players control Jim by using the on-screen D-Pad and the three action buttons; Shoot, Jump/Glide and Whip. Players will have to use all three to explore and make t…

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ROCK BAND Review

Review Electronic Arts By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 9 months ago
ROCK BAND Review

Rock Band is the brand new port of the popular console music and rhythm game of the same name. But if for some reason, you’ve been living under a rock for the past few years, players pick one of 4 available instruments and must hit the dropping notes in time to the music. For each instrument, players must tap on the correct button as the note drops into place. Players will be able to use overdrive for a double score multiplier by shaking the device. If you’ve played any mu…

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Kaloki War Review

Review NinjaBee By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 9 months ago
Kaloki War Review

From developer Ninja Bee comes the latest in iPhone ports from the Xbox 360 Live Arcade title Kaloki Outpost X, Kaloki War. Adapted from the War Story section of the 360 release, Kaloki War has players taking control of a small space station and building numerous add-ons to not only maintain resources and keep incoming customers happy but also prepare for invading aliens. Players take control of their space station by tapping the empty ports and selecting the appropriate structure to…

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Bloons TD Review

Review Ninja Kiwi By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 10 months ago
Bloons TD Review

Bloons Tower Defence is a port of the popular online flash game for the iPhone. The gameplay is the same as the online version in that you must place monkeys around a level in order to pop the incoming balloons. Players need to upgrade their towers and place additional monkeys around the map to successfully defend against the ever increasing number of balloons. Tower placement is simple; players tap on the tower of their choice and drag it onto a free spot on the map. You can also upg…

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LUMINES™ - Touch Fusion Review

Review Q ENTERTAINMENT Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 10 months ago
LUMINES™ - Touch Fusion Review

From its humble and somewhat exciting beginnings on the PSP, Lumines has now found a home on the iPhone. Interestingly, although major publisher Gameloft are producing ports of this rhythm-puzzle game to other mobile devices, the original developer Q Entertainment has taken charge of the iPhone port. Gameplay is similar to a Tetris-style block-matching game with points being scored after a bar sweeps across the screen at a specific rhythm clearing away matching blocks. Combos are scor…

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Crush the Castle Review

Review Armor Games Inc By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 10 months ago
Crush the Castle Review

Crush the Castle is a port of the online flash game of the same name for the iPhone. Your goal is to launch a boulder from a trebuchet into a castle to knock down the foundations or walls so that the people inside the building are crushed. Your goal is to kill all people in and around the castle in as few shots as possible to earn medals. The controls are simple, tap the screen to start your trebuchet and tap again to release the boulder. You must time your release according to each m…

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Drag Racer : Perfect Run Review

Review Telf Games By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 10 months ago
Drag Racer : Perfect Run Review

Drag Racer: Perfect Run is a port of the popular online flash game for the iPhone. Your goal is still the same; to buy a car, earn money by racing and continue to upgrade your car until you can buy a better car. The game is essentially the same as the flash version, but there are some slight differences throughout. The controls have been changed slightly as players use a pedal to accelerate and must drag the gear stick up and down with their finger to change gears. This would make for…

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Robocalypse - Mobile Mayhem Review

Robocalypse - Mobile Mayhem Review

Robocalypse – Mobile Mayhem is a new port of the Nintendo DS Real Time Strategy game Robocalypse. When an industrial accident occurs in a toaster/military robot factory, the robots begin their revolt to take over the world. You play as Myron, computer programmer extraordinaire; as he tries to stop these evil robots by implanting the brain scans of WWII Veterans into new robots to create humanity's only chance for survival. Players control their units using the iPhone touch scree…

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Gold Miner Joe Review

Review Donut Games By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 10 months ago
Gold Miner Joe Review

Gold Miner Joe is a platforming game based on the PC title of the same name. This new port for the iPhone has players guiding Joe the Gold Miner through the legendary four-shafted gold mine. Your goal is to find all the gold nuggets and hidden gems without being killed by the Kentucky Brothers or any other nasties waiting in the mines. Players control Joe by using the iPhone’s touch screen interface. You move by swiping in the appropriate direction, jump by swiping up and throw…

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MADDEN NFL 10 by EA SPORTS Review

Review Electronic Arts By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 10 months ago
MADDEN NFL 10 by EA SPORTS Review

Lately, Electronic Arts have been the kind of company to take a bit of a risk by trying new publishing schemes that had been considered taboo by other major companies. Madden NFL 10 isn't just a watered down port of their football franchise, it's a full featured video game that almost defies belief in its depth. Plays are selected through the usual setup of slide and tap menus, but the plays themselves are something to behold. Once the ball is snapped, the player can quickly switch be…

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