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Labyrinth 2 Review

Review Illusion Labs By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 3 months ago
Labyrinth 2 Review

Just when you thought you’d seen it all in ball bearing maze games, along comes Labyrinth 2 to smack you upside the head. The sequel to the popular physics based puzzle game is here but with the addition of new features and improvements, players are treated to some unexpected surprises. The core gameplay is the same; players must move and rotate their iPhone around to move a small metal ball around a maze and to the designated target as quick as possible. However cannons, fans,…

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Sword of Fargoal Review

Review Fargoal, LLC By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 3 months ago
Sword of Fargoal Review

The call to adventure cries out for a hero. Are you brave enough to dwell deep into a 20 level dungeon and find the enchanted Sword of Fargoal? Let’s hope so. Players will embark on a Gauntlet style journey and must defend against monsters, avoid traps and collect as much gold as possible all while seeking the magic blade. Players navigate the dungeon by swiping their finger in the direction they wish to move and use spells and perform other actions using the appropriate on scre…

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Underwater: Columns Colors The Game 2 Review

Review GameEra Inc. By Kelly Mitchell, 4 years, 3 months ago
Underwater: Columns Colors The Game 2 Review

Underwater The Game 2 is a match 3 bejewelled-inspired take on the classic puyo puyo formula that is completely gesture based. Set in the bottom of the ocean, players need to match up like-coloured jelly fish as they fall from the top of the screen to uncover the image hidden in the background. The game controls are all located in an action bar at the bottom of the screen where players have the option to move the jelly fish left or right, drop the jellyfish or shuffle the colours of t…

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Low Grav Racer 2 Review

Review Cobra Mobile Limited By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
Low Grav Racer 2 Review

In the same vein as futuristic racers like Wipeout and F-Zero, Low Grav Racer 2 is Cobra Mobile's second attempt at bringing high-speed, face melting combat-based racing to the App Store. Much of the inconsistency that plagued the previous game's controls have returned proving to be too sensitive at slow speeds and almost dead at high speeds, but thankfully the addition of sensitivity options and practice can make this manageable. The physics are fairly fanciful and make it difficult…

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Inotia 2: A Wanderer of Luone Review

Review Com2uS Corp. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 3 months ago
Inotia 2: A Wanderer of Luone Review

Inotia: A Wanderer of Luone is the sequel to Com2uS' self proclaimed first touch action RPG on the App Store. It has a lot to live up to, with the first being a fairly basic hack'n'slash that ultimately felt like a game for fans of the genre. In this new adventure a lot more effort has gone into not only the story, but also the gameplay itself, now boasting five classes and the ability to party with two other members. You can choose between using a virtual d-pad or touch screen contro…

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Cell War Review

Review TipCat Mobile By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 3 months ago
Cell War Review

Cell War is a horizontal shooter much like R-Type and other arcade shooter games. Your goal is to pilot the nano machine and stop the spread of infectious diseases and viruses that could wipe out mankind. But fear not, the nano machine can be upgraded with powerful collectibles that will give those nasty germs a run for their money - or whatever germs exchange for goods and services. Players control the nano machine by tilting their iPhone to move, tapping on enemies to launch a power…

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Women's Murder Club: Death in Scarlet Review

Review iwin, Inc. By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 3 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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U-Boot Plus Review

Review Bootant LLC By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 4 months ago
U-Boot Plus Review

uBoot is an arcade game that throws players in the deep end, literally. You’re in control of a small submarine and must travel the briny depths of the ocean all while avoiding various mines, strange sea creatures and other submarines. You must go as far as possible in order to max out your highscore and progress onto the next level. The controls differ based on which of the three difficulties you play on. In the easiest mode, players must move their ship up and down by tilting t…

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Toy Bot Diaries Review

Toy Bot Diaries Review

Toy Bot Diaries follows the exploits of a small toy robot as he must try and make his way out of the toy vending machine he’s stuck in and embark on a wonderful journey. Using your grappling hook arm and magnetic boots you’ll work your way through the machine, solving puzzles and clearing obstacles along your way. Players control Toy Bot’s movement by tilting their iPhone back and forth, but since you can’t jump you’ll need to use your grappling hook to c…

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Super Shock Football Review

Review Chillingo Ltd By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 4 months ago
Super Shock Football Review

Super Shock Football is a throwback to the old electric football machines that had tiny players moving around a vibrating football field. Players must strategize and use different plays, set up team positions and hope that they manage to get a touchdown as all player movement is randomised to mimic the old vibrating game machines. Players are limited in regards to the amount of control they have over their team but as mentioned, plays and tactics can be selected and team members can b…

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Angry Birds Review

Review Rovio Entertainment Ltd By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 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, 4 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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GHOSTS'N GOBLINS GOLD KNIGHTS Review

Review CAPCOM By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 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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Castle Frenzy Review

Review Gameloft By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 4 months ago
Castle Frenzy Review

Castle Frenzy by Gameloft combines some of the best features of the castle defense genre (while borrowing heavily from rival developer Chillingo) and brings the game to the third dimension. If you've played Knights Onrush before you'll feel more than a sense of déjà vu, but the gameplay is still a blast to enjoy as you deal with new enemies and master new attack techniques. This is a touch and flick type of defense game and enemy selection is surprisingly accurate, which…

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Beneath a Steel Sky: Remastered Review

Review Revolution By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 4 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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