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Military Madness: Neo Nectaris Review

Review KONAMI By Dave Flodine, 4 years, 9 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, 10 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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Labyrinth 2 Review

Review Illusion Labs By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 10 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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Inotia 2: A Wanderer of Luone Review

Review Com2uS Corp. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 10 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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Baseball Superstars® 2010 Review

Review GAMEVIL USA, Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 11 months ago
Baseball Superstars® 2010 Review

After a long wait, fans of GAMEVIL's Baseball Superstars 2009 can finally pick up the sequel to their favorite game. 2010 continues to bring solid arcade baseball action to the iPhone with all the features you've come to expect of the series and a bit more polish. The controls have seen a bit of an overhaul in this sequel, removing a lot of the clutter from the previous game. Whether you're pitching or hitting, a virtual d-pad makes it easy to select where you're going to throw or hit…

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Rise Of Lost Empires Review

Review Gameloft By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 11 months ago
Rise Of Lost Empires Review

Rise Of Lost Empires by Gameloft is an amazingly fun fantasy inspired real time strategy game that features 20 campaigns with a fairly interesting - if not entirely inspired - story to drag you along that's supported by a brilliant adaption of the normal strategy controls for the iPhone. One of the great features includes the way in which normal soldiers are automatically "grouped" with your heroes when they're selected together with a two-finger box selection. This makes movement and…

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Super Monkey Ball 2 Review

Review SEGA By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 11 months ago
Super Monkey Ball 2 Review

If you’ve jumped at the sound of this title, then it’s safe to say that you know what’s coming. Monkeys! In balls! Yes, the sequel to the highly popular Super Monkey Ball has hit the iPhone and gives players more monkey rolling madness than you could throw a banana at. The core gameplay is still the same but there are a number of improvements and additions you’ll love. Much like the first game, players control their monkeys by using the iPhone's tilt accelerome…

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JellyCar 2 Review

Review Disney By Damian Chiappara, 5 years ago
JellyCar 2 Review

Jelly Car 2 is the sequel to the widely popular Jelly Car. Like in the first game, players take control of a small squishy car and must drive through different levels as fast as they can. However, a number of new additions have been added giving players more variety in gameplay. The controls are the same as the first; players control their car by touching either side of the screen to accelerate or reverse. You can also increase the size of your car for a short period of time by tappin…

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COMMAND & CONQUER™ RED ALERT™ Review

COMMAND & CONQUER™ RED ALERT™ Review

It's hard to believe that over thirteen years ago a new spin-off of Westwood Studio's popular Command & Conquer series was launched and is now available to play on iPhones. Red Alert is a time traveling RTS set before the events of the C&C games and this latest installment from Electronic Arts is set as a prequel to last year's release of Red Alert 3. After a handy tutorial level you'll be swinging your units around the map with ease. Interface buttons allow you to trigger spe…

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Tap Tap Revenge 3 Review

Review Tapulous, Inc. By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 1 month ago
Tap Tap Revenge 3 Review

Tap Tap Revenge 3 is the latest sequel to the highly popular series of music and rhythm games for the iPhone. Players must tap the targets to the beat of the songs in order to max out their score. If you have played any of the other Tap Tap Revenge games, you’ll have an idea of what is featured here. The controls are the same as they’ve always been; players tap the different targets when the falling balls reach them. A small tap meter will show how accurate the tapping is,…

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Super KO Boxing 2 Review

Review Glu Games Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years, 1 month ago
Super KO Boxing 2 Review

Super KO Boxing 2 (SKOB2) is the sequel to Glu's mobile phone fighting series and the first of the series to hit the iPhone. It's a modern interpretation of Punch Out from the NES parceled with stunning hand drawn characters and tongue-in-cheek irreverence. This is no simple button masher and definitely something for serious gamers to check out. SKOB2 mimics the classic control setup from its predecessors, using virtual pads to control dodge and block with the left thumb and your punc…

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Touch Physics 2 Review

Review Gamez 4 Touch By Beau Burtenshaw, 5 years, 2 months ago
Touch Physics 2 Review

Touch Physics 2 is the sequel to the popular physics based puzzle game Touch Physics. Gamez 4 Touch have created 50 new puzzles that offer the same unique challenge as the original. Touch Physics 2 like its predecessor is a physics based puzzle game that has you collecting stars over a series of levels. This time around however, each level feels better crafted than those in the original. To add an extra challenge to each level, players have the ability to adjust certain variables rega…

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WORMS Review

Review Team17 Software Ltd By Dave Flodine, 5 years, 4 months ago
WORMS Review

Worms has been around since the mid nineties. In that time it's spawned numerous sequels and been ported to every platform imaginable. Now it's on the iPhone. The goal is the same as its always been. Use your team of amusing little worms and their ridiculous arsenal of weaponry to take out the other amusing teams of worms. So how does the formula fare here? The controls are numerous, and there are almost too many to remember. Walking, jumping and aiming seems simple enough, but any we…

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Need For Speed™ Undercover Review

Review Electronic Arts By Damian Chiappara, 5 years, 4 months ago
Need For Speed™ Undercover Review

Need For Speed has earned a reputation as one of those franchises that will either having players squealing in delight at the high octane gameplay or cringing at the thought of another repetitive sequel. But with this iPhone port of the 2008 console release, Need For Speed Undercover hopes to offer the same fast paced thrills and hopefully draw in both fans and sceptics. The gameplay is true to the original with the exception of modified controls for the iPhone. Players will accelerat…

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Sally's Spa Review

Review Games Cafe Inc. By Dave Flodine, 5 years, 4 months ago
Sally's Spa Review

It seems Sally's Salon was popular enough to warrant another chapter in the adventures of this entrepreneurial go-getter. In Sally's Spa, Sally is on vacation in Hawaii when her friend informs her that the local spa has gone out of business. Sensing opportunity, Sally buys the spa and the rest of the game is a simple management simulation as the spa business grows and grows day by day. Each day consists of customers coming in, and needing to be served. If they wish to use the showers,…

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