Ace Omicron iPhone, iPad Game Review. Asteroids on Steroids

Ace Omicron Rating: If you are a retro gamer then you will remember the classic game Asteroids where you took control of four straight white lines that formed the shape of a space ship. Also on the screen were a plethora of other straight white lines joined together into the … Read the Full Story →

Sherlock Holmes Mysteries for iPad. Game Review

Sherlock Holmes Mysteries for iPad Rating: An Entertaining Short Adventure Set in Olde London Town Much of the success in the world is not necessarily about how good something is but more about timing and so on the back of the recent release of the Hollywood version of Sherlock Holmes … Read the Full Story →

Battle Pong iPad Game Review: Classic pong without any class

Battle Pong Rating: Every game device needs a decent two player game to entertain you and a friend or to show off the multi-player capabilities of the device and nothing does it better than the classic Pong, or so you would think. After all it’s a simple game that everyone … Read the Full Story →

1 2 3 Sheep! for iPhone is an engaging educational game: Review

1 2 3 Sheep! Rating: Educational games for all ages are becoming more and more popular across all platforms and no more so than the iPhone and iPod Touch. 1 2 3 Sheep! falls directly into that market as it’s a simple counting game at it’s core but also teaches … Read the Full Story →

Egg Drop Arcade for iPhone: A Cracking Arcade Game Especially for Old School Gamers

Egg Drop Arcade Rating: Egg Drop Arcade is an old school arcade game with a physics engine where your aim is to control an egg to it’s target, pick up points and multipliers without breaking or smashing your eggs into a million tiny pieces. The graphics and sound are in … Read the Full Story →

How to Train Your Dragon: Flight of the Night Fury for iPhone: Not Much Fury but Plenty of Finesse

How to Train Your Dragon: Flight of the Night Fury Rating: Games with movie tie-ins have not really been massively successful on any platform and the same applies to the iPhone/iPod Touch. If anyone is going to buck that trend though you would expect it to be Glu who have … Read the Full Story →

Sky Master: Planetarium App for iPhone Reaches for the Stars But Falls Just Short

Sky Master Rating: I’ve always enjoyed star gazing and know all of the big constellations such as Orion and the Big Dipper but I’ve never had the time or energy to work out all of the other stars and constellations as I’ve never found an easy way to do it. … Read the Full Story →

Look In My Eyes for iPhone Helps Address Specific Needs of Autistic Children

Look In My Eyes (Restaurant) Rating: This is a bit of a different kind of iPhone App to what I am used to reviewing as while Look In My Eyes is a game then underlying purpose of the app is to help children with Autism to improve specifically on one … Read the Full Story →

SonicPics for iPhone: Give Voice To Your Pictures and Share With Friends!

SonicPics Rating: SonicPics allows you to select photos from your photo library on your iPod Touch or iPhone, arrange them in a viewing order, and then narrate a voiceover in time to you swiping through the images. You then have a small, but robust range of options on how you share … Read the Full Story →

Heavy Gunner 3D for iPhone Hits The Mark

Heavy Gunner 3D Rating: It is the occasional pleasure in the App Store to find a game you can get lost in. The kind of game that you pick up, play, and before you know it an hour has passed. Heavy Gunner 3D by Com2us is just such a game. Its … Read the Full Story →

Fighting Fantasy: Deathtrap Dungeon for iPhone Not For Everyone

Fighting Fantasy: Deathtrap Dungeon Rating: As a child I was an avid reader. The “choose your adventure” stories were always one genre I enjoyed immensely. Those were the stories that were not meant to be read linearly but that jumped around the book depending on the decisions you made in the … Read the Full Story →

Steam Wars for iPhone is Old Fashioned Fun

Steam Wars Rating: Mention Steampunk and you’ll get one of three responses: fascination, dismissal, or ignorance. The Steampunk genre is not as well known as its cousin Cyberpunk but it has a small and devoted following. If you’re not familiar with the genre, basically it postulates a world where modern … Read the Full Story →

Tapulous Has Another Hit With Riddim Ribbon for iPhone

Riddim Ribbon Rating: The iPhone ecosystem has given the opportunity to thrive and succeed to big and small development houses alike. One of the small development houses that has leveraged its success into business dominance is Tapulous. Its long and prosperous flagship line of Tap Tap games has driven Tapulous … Read the Full Story →

1000: Find ‘Em All! Great Looking Game To Interact With Your Environment

1000: Find ‘Em All! Rating: You know that you are getting quality when you start up a game from App Store leaders Glu Mobile and 1000: Find Em All is no different. This is one of their first games to include their new animated start-up screen and it immediately confirms that … Read the Full Story →

Guerrilla Bob Review: Wonderful Cartoon Style Graphics and Relentless Action

Guerrilla Bob Rating: It seems that Chillingo are positively trying to fill the App Store with their own games, (if you include lite versions), and now they’ve just released their 101st title in the form of Guerrilla Bob, a not so much a follow up to Minigore more of an older … Read the Full Story →