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Home » Apps with tag 'sequel'

FastBall 2 Review

Review Klik! Games By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 9 months ago
FastBall 2 Review

FastBall 2 is the sequel to Klik! Games first App Store title, FastBall and features a handful of great improvements that make this a title worth grabbing if you're a fan of titles like The Impossible Game. Why would you need to be a fan of The Impossible Game? Well, after the first few levels, each bite-sized area becomes a non-stop platforming challenge that tests your timing to avoid pitfalls and obstacles on your way to the exit. New features such as super-jump tiles and speed-up…

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Super QuickHook Review

Review Rocketcat Games By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 10 months ago
Super QuickHook Review

Fans of Rocketcat Games will hardly need an introduction to 'Super QuickHook', the true sequel to their immensely popular dungeon-swinging platform title 'Hook Champ', however many small gameplay changes have resulted in this new title feeling more streamlined and remains as utterly addictive as the first title. The basic controls have been left relatively untouched, with players using taps to aim and fire whip-like hooks to speedily swing through the various environments. Rocket Boot…

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Egg Drop Arcade 2 Review

Review DJArts Games Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
Egg Drop Arcade 2 Review

It hasn't taken much time for DJArts Games to create a sequel to their Egg Drop Arcade series and on the surface of it you'd have to be forgiven if you thought that not much has truly changed in the last two months. Thankfully Egg Drop Arcade 2 has been given more than a colorful resurfacing, sporting 24 new levels that are as fun as they are quirky to enjoy. Much like the original game, gameplay revolves around obtaining a set amount of tokens by dropping an egg through a series of o…

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Simon Graham and the Extraordinary Timepiece, Book I Review

Review The App House By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
Simon Graham and the Extraordinary Timepiece, Book I Review

'Simon Graham and the Extraordinary Timepiece, Book I' (deep breath) by The App House is an interesting experiment in trying to recapture what made the Professor Layton series on Nintendo's handhelds so popular. With its turn of the century 'period' style and dozens of interesting puzzles the game certainly steps in the right direction, but will players dive in to the world of Simon Graham long enough to wait for 'Book II'? Most of the game's puzzles are touch-driven, allowing players…

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1112 episode 02 Review

Review Agharta Studio By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 11 months ago
1112 episode 02 Review

This has been a long time in the making for those who have patiently awaited the sequel to Agharta Studio's first exciting adventure title '1112', but it has been a worthwhile wait. Episode 2 sets a new high standard for the genre on the iPhone with its amazing art design, clever puzzles and a compelling story that wills you to stick around till the end. If you missed out on the first in this series (or if its just been too long for you to remember) a handy introduction will get you b…

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Alive 4-ever RETURNS Review

Alive 4-ever RETURNS Review

Meridian's first entry in the Alive 4-ever series was hard to fault, with a style that transformed the incredible popularity of Left 4 Dead for the PC in to something exciting and playable for iPhone owners. With such a great first title in the series, the sequel 'RETURNS' certainly had huge shoes to fill, but it not only filled those shoes, it completely pimped them out. The same tight dual-stick controls are used in the sequel, making movement and aiming easy and accurate from the g…

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Sonic the Hedgehog 2 Review

Review SEGA By Andrew Nesvadba, 3 years, 12 months ago
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 Review

With Sonic the Hedgehog being on every electronic device that's in some way wired to the internet (and possibly on some varieties of toasters), it was only a matter of time before the sequel made its debut. Sonic the Hedgehog 2 was a landmark title for the Genesis (or Mega Drive for those of you outside the US) that is still one of the consoles highest selling games. Much like the port of Sonic the Hedgehog for the iPhone the controls are simplified with a virtual d-pad for movement a…

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ZENONIA® 2 Review

ZENONIA® 2 Review

There's really not much to say about Gamevil's latest release of Zenonia 2. If you were a fan of Zenonia or of Action RPGs in any way, then this sequel is immediately worth grabbing thanks to a plethora of tiny upgrades that have made a great RPG even better. For those that still need convincing, read on. Much like the first in the series, gameplay revolves around an Action RPG style that's easy to pick up and play. The virtual pad moves your character, while a large action button per…

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iEscaper!2 -Escape from the Castle of Doom- Review

Review CELLNAVI By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 1 month ago
iEscaper!2 -Escape from the Castle of Doom- Review

The escape the room game become popular on the PC as a host of simple flash games emerged trapping the player in an area with some fiendish puzzles and pixel hunting. The genre made an excellent leap to the iphone platform last year with iEscaper - Escape from the Ninja's Lair, and now the sequel is upon us, titled iEscaper 2 - Escape from the Castle of the Doom. As a ninja, you make your way into the Castle of Doom to obtain the Crystal of Dragon, though finding said crystal and getti…

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Rayman 2: The Great Escape Review

Review Gameloft By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 1 month ago
Rayman 2: The Great Escape Review

Back when every developer and their dog was making 3D platformers, one of the standouts was the Rayman series by Ubisoft, with its ghost limbed protagonist and colourful world. The sequel made its way into 3D and has now been ported to the iphone. The Glade of Dreams has been taken over by robot pirates from outer space! They have imprisoned most of the locals. Rayman must collect the thousand Lums and reunite four magical masks to awaken the world spirit to get rid of the pirates. Co…

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Ragdoll Blaster 2 Review

Review Backflip Studios By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 1 month ago
Ragdoll Blaster 2 Review

Ragdoll Blaster was a really fun game by Backflip Studios. Trying to shoot ragdolls out of cannons into a target in as few shots as possible made for some clever level design and addictive gameplay. Well, the sequel is upon us, and the goal is the same. The question is have they expanded upon the idea enough to warrant an entirely new game? Control is just like the first. Touch the screen to shoot the cannon. The power of the shot is determined by how close or far away from the cannon…

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Farm Frenzy 2 Review

Farm Frenzy 2 Review

Farm Frenzy 2 is the much anticipated and definitely needed sequel to the farm management and strategy series from Alawar Entertainment. Much like the original, it's still a frantic game that requires precise management at higher levels, but new refinements to the artwork and interface make this a much more polished product. Each level presents the player with a specific challenge to complete that requires careful management of your resources to succeed. All of the controls are touch…

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FINAL FANTASY II Review

Review SQUARE ENIX INC By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 1 month ago
FINAL FANTASY II Review

Along with Final Fantasy, Square also put up the sequel Final Fantasy II on the appstore. Like the first, this is a port of the Dawn of Souls remake for the GBA and PSP. The original game was released on the Famicom in 1988 and never made its way over to US shores. Instead of picking classes this time around, you play as three war orphans who are almost killed by the forces of the empire of Palamecia. Control like the first game is mostly touch based, with movement handled by a virtua…

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Military Madness: Neo Nectaris Review

Review Hudson Entertainment By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 2 months ago
Military Madness: Neo Nectaris Review

For those of you who can't get enough of turn based strategy games, one of the originals has been ressurected for the iphone. Military Madness was first released in 1989 and its sequel has been given a facelift. The story is a basic affair of axis vs allies, but with a futuristic vibe. Control is all touch based. To move a unit, you tap on it, tap where on the grid you want it to go, and then tap again to confirm the move. Attacking is similar as you double tap the enemy you wish to a…

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Heavy Mach 2 Review

Review IndieAn By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 2 months ago
Heavy Mach 2 Review

Heavy Mach 2 by IndiApps is a surprising title, if only because it's a sequel that dares to try a radically new approach to its gameplay. Instead of bouncing your way through a side-scrolling 2D world, your "Mach" is viewed from a top-down view and plays like a tactical action RPG which brings the series closer to serious mech-battles than ever before. Gameplay is controlled using a radically unique single-finger touch system. Touching enemies locks your Mach on to them and fires auto…

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