Downbound Review: Cute Graphics Don’t Make Up for the Disappointing Gameplay

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Rating: Downbound Review: A new universal app from Mental Moustache Ltd. where the aim of the game is to outrun the falling sky that represents the end of the world while collecting stars and navigating the platforms that block your way. This is all done through 4 environments, the Afterworld, … Read the Full Story →

Box Cat Review: An Iconic Retro Game that is both Cute and Quirky

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Rating: Box Cat Review: It could well be something to do with my age but there is something about a retro game that allows me to look past the poor 16bit style graphics and the plinkity sound track and instead look upon it a iconic style instead! And that’s no … Read the Full Story →

NFL Flick Quarterback HD Review for iPad Great Looking NFL Title that Doesn’t Make the Play-offs

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Rating: NFL Flick Quarterback HD Review: With the NFL season in full swing and Madden 12 getting dusty surly the time is just right for another licensed NFL game to hit the App Store and provide players throughout the world to dream that dream once more of lifting the Lombardi Trophy. … Read the Full Story →

Cybernarium Review: Fun Breakout Clone, But It’s Still Just Breakout

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Rating: Cybernarium Review: Every since Breakout hit our screens on the Atari back in 1976 there have been numerous versions released on all known devices including many on the iDevices. Well add another one to list as Breakout is brought into the 21st century with Cybernarium, a sci-fi influenced breakout … Read the Full Story →

Rolling Kongs Review for iPhone: A Fun Entertaining Puzzle Game

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Rating: Rolling Kongs Review: A new puzzle game for iPhone and iPad brought to the App Store by Ntreev Soft Co., Ltd. and if you are quick you’ll be able to grab it for just 99 cents. The question is though, should you? The game starts with a brief back … Read the Full Story →

Snappy Dragons for iPhone: Let the Fireballs Fly!

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Rating: Snappy Dragons Review: A game where dragons and wizards do NOT peacefully coexist and fireballs are the solution. The baby dragons have been kidnapped by the mean wizards and are being held hostage. A wizard guards each baby, and there are a few extra wizards around for more “protection.” Your … Read the Full Story →

Island Wars Game Review for iPhone

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Rating: Island Wars Review: The game is brought to you by Movisol and it is their first game on the app store. The Penguin and the Tortoise are at war. The North Pole penguin wants to take over the beautiful island and build his dream seaside resort. The tortoise who … Read the Full Story →

SilverWiz Money for iPad: Clean, Simple Design to Keep Finances in Order

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Rating: SilverWiz Money for iPad Review: A beautiful financial tracker designed for iOS, with apps available for both the iPhone and the iPad, and coming soon to the Mac as well. There are plenty of financial tracking apps out there, but SilverWiz Money for iPad {$4.99} stands out in its clean design … Read the Full Story →

Ninja Pong HD: A Cross Between Pong and Break Out

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Rating: Ninja Pong HD Review: One of the first games I ever played was the original game of Pong which, as I’m sure you know, consisted of bouncing a group of pixels across a dark screen against your paddle which was made up of a few more pixels than the ball. … Read the Full Story →

Blosics: A Different and Fun Take on a Slingshot Game

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Rating: Blosics Review: A new game in the Angry Birds style that has you flinging balls at the blocks to knock them out of the picture. The slingshot action is a familiar game interface, but Blosics does it up just a little differently. You have a bubble that you can … Read the Full Story →

Mage Gauntlet for iPhone: Old School Fun

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Rating: Mage Gauntlet Review: The game reminds you that long before 3-D, photorealistic graphics came along games were still fun. Mage Gauntlet {$2.99} is set in a world where evil was long ago defeated and confined by the great wizard Whitebeard. And, wizards and mage guilds defend it to keep it … Read the Full Story →

DerManDar Panorama for iPhone Brings Panoramic Photos to the Masses

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Rating: DerManDar Panorama Review: I’m a big fan of panoramic photographs, there is something so engaging in the results that they can provide, especially with outdoor views of beautiful scenery. This has always been available via third party apps, or now via unlocking of the hidden panorama feature in iOS 5, … Read the Full Story →

Penny Parlor Successfully Brings the History of Gaming to the Modern Day

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Rating: Penny Parlor Review: I’ve been into gaming ever since playing Chuckie Egg and Jetpack on my 48k Spectrum and even before then I had a range of the Game & Watch series to while away my formative years. However, until playing Penny Parlor {$1.99}, a new universal app from Games Lab … Read the Full Story →

Nom Nom Monkey Review: An Uninspired Gaming Experience

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Rating: Nom Nom Monkey Review: I used to use the word Nom, a shortened version of the word Nommy, throughout my formative years and now it seems to be having a renaissance with it being used in a variety of games, this time in the form of the name of a … Read the Full Story →