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iRaft Wars Review

Review GameFactory By Damian Chiappara, 11 years, 4 months ago
iRaft Wars Review

iRaft Wars is a strategy shooting game where players take control of small fruit like characters on a raft. Your goal is to shoot and knock off other characters on enemy rafts before they shoot and knock you off. You can also purchase raft upgrades or special weapons in order to turn the tables on your opponents in the art of raft warfare. iRaft War’s gameplay focuses mainly on lining up the right shot for the kill. Players control the power and angle of their shot by using thei…

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Hidato: Puzzle Pack 1 Review

Review Gameblend Studios By Damian Chiappara, 11 years, 4 months ago
Hidato: Puzzle Pack 1 Review

Hidato is a logic based puzzle game where players must place numbers around a game board as fast as they can in order to map out a path towards a treasure chest. The game board already has some numbers written on it, and it’s your goal to fill in the remaining gaps by placing the right numbers in the right spot. Numbers can be placed in any of the squares around the previously numbered square, but must be in ascending order to create a linear path. You control the placement of y…

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geoDefense Review

Review Critical Thought Games LLC By Myles McKinnon, 11 years, 4 months ago
geoDefense Review

Geo-Defense is a game that certainly tests your tower defense skills.  Having to strategically place blasters, laser cannons and other weapons to prevent hoards of creeps destroying your headquarters. The menu is easy to navigate making all the options for this game readily available. The in game controls allow you to do anything you have to quickly and efficiently. After advancing to some higher levels, this reviewer was definitely thankful for this. You can buy, upgrade, or sel…

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Touch Hockey: FS5 Review

Review FlipSide5, Inc. By Damian Chiappara, 11 years, 4 months ago
Touch Hockey: FS5 Review

Touch Hockey FS5 is an air-hockey game for the iPhone. Like the real game, players must use their paddles to try and hit a small puck into the other player’s goal. The first player to score a certain number of points wins the game. To control your paddle, players tap and drag their finger on the iPhone screen. You will need to do so in order to hit the small puck and defend against your opponent's shots. The controls are responsive but at times the paddle might be a bit slow. B…

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Zombieville USA Review

Review Mika Mobile, Inc. By Damian Chiappara, 11 years, 4 months ago
Zombieville USA Review

Zombieville USA is a ‘run and gun’ type game where you play as a distinctly american looking man, running through various neighborhoods killing zombies and checking houses for money and ammo. Your goal here is to survive, but in raiding houses and killing zombies, you earn cash to upgrade or buy new weapons and refill your health. There are four buttons in the game, one to move in each direction, a melee attack button and a shoot button. Players must kill as many zombies a…

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Arcana Agency: Prologue Review

Review Megara Entertainment By Damian Chiappara, 11 years, 4 months ago
Arcana Agency: Prologue Review

Arcana Agency: Prologue is a ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ type game which takes you back to the 1930s and puts you in control of Humphrey Brown, an archaeologist turned Private Investigator, as you try to investigate a series of mysteries. You control Humphrey’s actions by making choices throughout the story. The controls are beyond basic as this is more of an interactive novel than a game, requiring more reading and thinking than quick reflexes. Players tap the scree…

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Textropolis Review

Review NimbleBit LLC By Damian Chiappara, 11 years, 4 months ago
Textropolis Review

Textropolis is a word based game where the player must travel to various cities, finding as many four letter or more words they can using letters in the city name (Eg. Amsterdam– star, master etc). The more words you find, the higher the population of that city, and overall the world, grows. As this is a word based game, the only controls needed are to choose letters and cities. Tap the screen as you would any other iPhone application to make your selections. You can get bonuses…

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10 Pin Shuffle™ Bowling Review

Review Digital Smoke LLC By Damian Chiappara, 11 years, 4 months ago
10 Pin Shuffle™ Bowling Review

10 Pin Shuffle is a fully 3D version of bowling and shuffleboard for the iPhone. Players can play against the computer or against a local player in an attempt to prove who the better bowling or shuffleboard player is. You bowl using your finger to line up your puck, and then flick then screen to make the shot. However, the controls are very hard to master. More often than not, your shot will either veer off target or miss completely because of the sensitivity of the controls. The only…

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Arcade Bowling™ Review

Review Skyworks By Myles McKinnon, 11 years, 4 months ago
Arcade Bowling™ Review

Developer Skyworks has brought the classic arcade game Skeeball to the Iphone and Ipod Touch. Arcade Bowling has a simple goal. You have nine balls to roll up the ramp and into the holes, trying to set the highest score possible. The controls are effective and quite responsive. You simply flick your finger up the ramp to launch the ball, and then tilt the phone to influence the balls direction while it's in the air.  The visuals are reminiscent of the original Skeeball game and…

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Gem Spinner Review

Review Tiny Bite Games By Damian Chiappara, 11 years, 4 months ago
Gem Spinner Review

Gem Spinner is a Bejeweled type puzzle game with a difference. While players need to match up three or more matching gems in a row, the board is separated into different blocks that can be moved and rotated. This gives players more options and freedom when it comes to lining up gems. The controls are a little more complicated than other gem puzzle games but still pretty straightforward. You tap on two separate gems to swap them, double tap a board piece to rotate it 180 degrees and ta…

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SimCity™ Review

Review Electronic Arts By Damian Chiappara, 11 years, 4 months ago
SimCity™ Review

SimCity is a port of the classic PC game for the iPhone. If you’ve ever played SimCity you’ll know what to expect; creating housing and business districts, mapping out roads, powerlines and expanding the city in general. It’s up to you to create and customise your very own city and maintain it to increase the population and your cash flow. To control the building of your city, all features can be accessed by tapping the corresponding buttons and dragging them onto th…

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Doodle Jump Review

Review Lima Sky By Dave Flodine, 11 years, 4 months ago
Doodle Jump Review

Looking for a diversion on your iPhone? Well Doodle Jump might just be the game for you. Like the name suggests, you play a strange notebook doodle and your goal is to jump from platform to platform while avoiding other strange notebook doodles. The higher you jump, the higher your score. Very simple, yet very addictive. The controls are part of the reason for the addictiveness. You simply tilt the iPhone to jump from platform to platform, and if you wish to destory an enemy, tap the…

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Topple 2 Review

Review ngmoco, LLC By Damian Chiappara, 11 years, 4 months ago
Topple 2 Review

Topple 2 is a physics based, block stacking game for the iPhone. Players must stack up different blocks in order to create a tower that reaches a certain height. Once players reach this goal they must keep stacking in order to get extra points and bonus multipliers. The game is over if four or more blocks falls from the tower and off the screen or the timer runs out. Block placement is quite simple; players tap on the blocks from the top of the screen and drag them down onto the base…

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Ricky + Level Editor Review

Review Nabil Chatbi By Damian Chiappara, 11 years, 4 months ago
Ricky + Level Editor Review

If you are one of the millions of Super Mario fans around the world then you might want to have a look at Ricky. Not because of its gameplay or features, but because it’s a lower quality rip off of Nintendo’s favourite plumber. And if any thing mentioned sounds familiar, feel free to jump and up and yell “Mario did it!”  Ricky, the apparent illegitimate love child of Mario and Kirby, must travel across different themed worlds, collecting stars and jumping…

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3D Rollercoaster Rush Review

Review RockYou, Inc. By Dave Flodine, 11 years, 4 months ago
3D Rollercoaster Rush Review

Bends, turns, loop-de-loops, trying your hardest not to fly off the track. These thrills form the basis of 3D Rollercoaster Rush. There's a rollercoaster and a car full of people. Get through the track as fast as possible while keeping as many passengers alive as you can. If you've played Rollercoaster Rush, it's basically the same game with better graphics and streamlined controls. The controls are simple and easy to use. Tilt the screen right to go faster, tilt the screen left to sl…

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