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Home » Apps with tag '3D'

Boost 2 Review

Review Jonathan Lanis By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 11 months ago
Boost 2 Review

Boost 3D is a surreal and unusual game where players must travel as far as they can in a 3D tunnel. The game is a first person quick reflex game where players must avoid various blocks and obstacles by quickly dodging and moving around them to continue zooming down this tunnel. Players control their movement by tilting the iPhone left and right; and that’s it. Players must only focus on avoiding obstacles by watching for coloured paths that appear before you. This will let you k…

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Tap Tap Revenge 3 Review

Review Tapulous, Inc. By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 11 months 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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PDC World Darts Championship Review

Review I-play By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 11 months ago
PDC World Darts Championship Review

PDC World Darts Championship is a game for fans of professional darts; yes, they do exist. You play as one of the real life champions of the chequered board as you verse competitors in tournaments. If you’re unfamiliar with professional darts your goal is to work backwards from 501, throwing three darts per round to hit numbers that will subtract from your starting total to get to zero. Players aim darts by tilting the iPhone. Once they have a shot lined up, players tap and hold…

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Cocoto Kart Online Review

Review EUROCENTER By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 11 months ago
Cocoto Kart Online Review

Cocoto Kart Online is the latest in fast paced karting gameplay for the iPhone. Players must race through a series of tracks, collecting power-ups and weapons to use in order to win the race. The game offers two game main modes, online and offline, with a number of individual modes for each play option. Players control their karts by using the arrow button to hit the gas and tilting the iPhone to steer. This is fine, even if the steering can be a bit over sensitive, but mixing iPhone…

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Super KO Boxing 2 Review

Review Glu Games Inc. By Andrew Nesvadba, 4 years, 11 months 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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Hi, How Are You: 40 Awesomely Totally Ridiculous and Very, Very Cool Levels of Bizarrely, Bizarre Fun! Review

Hi, How Are You: 40 Awesomely Totally Ridiculous and Very, Very Cool Levels of Bizarrely, Bizarre Fun! Review

If you are a fan of quirky games with a lot of style then get ready for Hi, How Are You. Players must play as a small frog like creature as you try to rescue your true love after she was kidnapped by the devil. You must progress through a series of levels by hopping on each of the green tiles to turn them into a solid colour. You must navigate each map and avoid any dangers as fast as you can to earn different trophies and move on to the next stage. Players use the iPhone's tilting ca…

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Real Soccer 2010 Review

Review Gameloft By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 12 months ago
Real Soccer 2010 Review

Real Soccer 2010 is a soccer game for the iPhone and, like most sports games, is the predecessor of a previous version. With a variety of game modes to play through and a number of real world teams and clubs to play as, players are exposed to a large amount of game content. Players control their teams by using the joystick to move and pressing A and B buttons to pass and kick the ball. When defending, however, players use the A button to attack and try to gain possession of the ball.…

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Moonlight Minions Review

Review Jonathon Davis By Damian Chiappara, 4 years, 12 months ago
Moonlight Minions Review

Moonlight Minions is a tower defence game for the iPhone. Like all tower defence games, players must stop the incoming hoard of creatures by placing defence towers around each game level. Towers can be upgraded in order to max out the damage and increase your overall defence. You control your tower placement by tapping on the tower icons on the right hand side of the screen and drag them to the appropriate area. You can sell or upgrade your towers by tapping on them and then selecting…

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Undead Attack! Pinball Review

Undead Attack! Pinball Review

Undead Attack! Pinball is a pretty self explanatory title; it’s a pinball game with a zombie theme. But players have more than just a highscore to worry about, as they must also make sure that they protect a gate at the bottom of the screen against the increasing number of advancing zombies. Players will need to use the game ball itself to defeat the advancing zombies and defend the gate from being destroyed. Players launch their ball by dragging down the slider and releasing an…

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Line Up PRO Review

Line Up PRO Review

Line Up Pro is the latest block matching release by developers LabPixies. This time, players will have to remove 3 or more bricks of the same colour in order to try and keep the game board under control and rack up the highest score possible. Players are given a limit of 100 moves per cycle which means the game is a lot more calculated and requires some thinking if you want to do well. You remove the blocks by tapping on a group of three or more of the same colour. You can also earn s…

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Aves Review

Aves Review

Aves is a surreal first person shooter in which players must shoot majestic looking birds with a bow and arrow. Not in a comical way, like you’re a drunk redneck hunter, but atop the clouds with an enchanted looking bow and arrow. In each level, players must kill a certain amount of birds in under a certain time limit. Players aren’t given a reason as to why they are killing these birds, leaving the game feeling a little too vague. Players tilt the iPhone to turn and look…

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Brain Challenge 2: Think Again! Review

Review Gameloft By Andrew Nesvadba, 5 years ago
Brain Challenge 2: Think Again! Review

After a quirky little game on the Nintendo DS challenged people to train their brains, a slew of games from developers tried to cash in on this "mini-game" craze. Brain Challenge 2: Think Again! (BC2) by Gameloft is yet another in the brain training genre, but thankfully it's also probably one of the best currently available. The mini-games are controlled by touching to confirm your selection from a range of possible answers. The buttons can be fairly small on some of the games, so la…

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Dungeon Hunter Review

Review Gameloft By Damian Chiappara, 5 years ago
Dungeon Hunter Review

Dungeon Hunter is an Action RPG game for the iPhone. You play as a resurrected prince who must stop the evil that you have unknowingly unleashed upon your lands before your death. Players can choose from one of three classes (Warrior, Rogue and Mage) and must travel through the lands upgrading gear and completing quests in order to save your kingdom. The game's controls are simple: players use the joystick to move, and the three buttons for standard attacks, special attacks and magic…

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Aera Review

Review iChromo By Damian Chiappara, 5 years ago
Aera Review

Aera is a game that puts player into the cockpit of a small airplane as you progress through a number of levels. There isn’t much on offer in the way of story but the game does feature an impressive number of extra modes - such as races, token collection and dog fights with other planes. The game is a temperamental beast when it comes to the control scheme. You will either have to invest a lot of time into learning how to use the tilt controls properly or put up with the frustra…

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Dexter the Game Review

Dexter the Game Review

Dexter the Game is a spin-off title from the hit Showtime show ‘Dexter’. Players are put in the shoes of everyone’s favourite serial killer as you follow some of the stories and missions from season one. As Dexter, you investigate crime scenes, perform various forensic tests and of course, kill other serial killers all while masking your dark side from those around you. If you’ve seen the show, then you’ll be familiar with what to do. Player movement and…

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