Mayan Puzzle [rating: 4.5/5] It appears that the demand for Match 3 type puzzle games is not going away despite the App Store being flooded with them. The latest one to pass my way is the first from developers Mind Crew and it’s called Mayan Puzzle. The game is inspired by the ancient Mayans and the whole game looks and sounds … Read More
Plates! [rating: 3.5/5] When I first received Plates! to review I assumed from the logo that it was a homage to the Greek tradition of smashing plates during a meal. However, it was soon clear that it was it was nothing of the sort, instead you find yourself at the pass attempting to add the appropriate dressing to all the meals … Read More
Zombie Flick [rating: 5/5] It seems that there is one genre of entertainment that you cannot get away from at the moment and that is Zombies. From books and movies to games across all the gaming platforms it appears that you cannot escape the undead, even if they only move slightly faster than a snail on Prozac! Game developers have taken … Read More
This week, Zombie Escape & AlienCab, fast-paced line-drawing games hit the App Store. Zombie Escape The zombie pandemic has hit all reaches of the city and it is up to you to guide the last survivors out of the area and take down those zombies! Bomb zombies to bits or distract them from your survivors as you coordinate in this … Read More
Osmos for iPhone [rating: 5/5] Osmos has received a wealth of critical acclaim, and has been around for a while on desktop computers. I actually only heard of it myself though when it hit the iPad. Osmos could very easily be pigeon holed with the likes of the Playstion 3 game, flOw. But whilst that is partially true, Osmos also brings … Read More
MotoGP 2010 [rating: 4/5] While the title Official MotoGP 2010 suggests that you are purchasing a motorcycle racing simulation style game that’s not exactly the case, however does that make it a bad thing? There aren’t a huge quantity of motorcycle racing games for iOS devices compared to the car racing genre and even less when you take into account the … Read More
Giebelstadt/Germany, 9th of August 2010. HandyGames™, the leading German publisher for mobile games, releases the latest action highlight Shark or Die – without doubt one of the bloodthirstiest apps for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The game follows the FREEMIUM model and consists of a free base version that can be expanded by purchasing additional content packs – the Meat … Read More
Chop Chop Soccer [rating: 4/5] Despite the success of the Chop Chop range of games Chop Chop Soccer is my first dalliance with the range of sports games that swap reality for oriental cuteness. I’ve played most of the soccer games that are available in the App Store including Fifa, PES to X2F2010 all of which concentrate on being soccer simulations … Read More
SimCity Deluxe [rating: 4/5] When EA launches a new game users usually have very high expectations. iPhone, iPod touch and now iPad have proved to be the best portable gaming devices with touch controls and if you browse the top paid category you’ll notice that EA has been successful in dominating the simulation genre even on the mobile gaming platform. SimCity … Read More
Asian Applications Developer Humble Gaming Limited independently releases An Art Of War 1.0, their new game for the iPad. Play the Commander of a Crack Commando Unit. Choose a combination of soldiers with specific skills to attack or defend your position till re-enforcements arrive. You decide who fights and how they fight. An Art Of War features a unique combination of turn based strategy, line drawing and top down shooter promises an explosive and thrilling experience for everyone.
The Screetch [rating: 4/5] If you are a fan of match three games then you are overwhelmed with options if you have an iPhone or iPod Touch and now there is a new take on the genre in the form of The Screetch which I hope is unrelated to the form Saved by the Bell star! The game will be easy … Read More
Regardless of the platform sports games have always proved extremely popular and that is no different to the iPhone/iPod Touch which has seen sports games from the major game developers like EA port their well known titles like Fifa and Madden to the touch devices. In addition to those established titles newer developers have been able to exploit the unique … Read More
Yogo The Turtle [rating: 3.5/5] Seeing how high a cute character can climb vertically up your your iPhone or iPod Touch screen is a popular past time these days, from Doodle Jump to Jump O’Clock thousands of apps have been sold to that meet this specific need. The latest to join the genre is Yogo The Turtle for iPhone which sees … Read More
UK based developer, We Are Colin announced today their brand new title ‘Gravity Runner’ will soon be coming to the App store. Gravity Runner is a game with a similar style to the popular ‘Canabalt’ and ‘Chop Chop Runner’. The player runs across the screen in order to reach the goal at the end, while avoiding various obstacles along the way. The unique twist being that the player can flip gravity, so they can run on the ceiling of the level, adding much more excitement to this genre of game.
Train Conductor 2: USA [rating: 5/5] Say goodbye to your friends and family as you lose yourself in this addictive game! Train Conductor 2: USA for iPhone is the follow up to the successful Train Conductor game and it carries on where it left off with it’s simple design and addictive qualities. For those of you that haven’t played the original … Read More