Dirt Bike Trials

By |2011-07-10T23:15:56-05:00March 15, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

It’s hard to play at any new App Store dirt bike game without comparing it to the leader in the genre, Moto X Mayhem, by Occamy Games. I went into this review hoping that Dirt Bike Trials would be similar in some ways and add some type of new feature or option that could propel it to the top of the hill. Sadly, that is simply not the case. In fact, Dirt Bike Trials is worse that Moto X Mayhem in every single way...

Doodle Run

By |2011-07-10T23:16:02-05:00March 14, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Doodle Run is a 2D game where you try to survive as long as possible. You don't actually control the "Dude" (the game's character). Instead you manipulate the game's environment. By that I mean that the background is movable. As the Dude walks forward you control the "paper" backgrounds by sliding them up and down. To make the Dude jump you slide the background up and quickly pull it down. You will have to make the Dude jump to avoid the game's obstacles including comets, zombies, and worms...


By |2011-07-10T23:16:13-05:00March 11, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Neurosis will keep you busy for hours and hours. There are 100 levels and you will need to replay each level multiple times if you really want to unlock the three secondary goals for each one. Just beware, the secondary goals really are challenging. Puzzle games are ubiquitous on the App Store but this one really stands out from the rest...

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Street Fighter IV

By |2011-07-10T23:16:18-05:00March 10, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

The Street Fighter series has made its first appearance on the App Store with Street Fighter 4 being released earlier this week. It brings to the table all of the things you likely loved and/or hated about the series in the first place. The old characters are all here including Ken, Ryu, Guile and Blanka. The special combo moves are back as well including the phrases that go along with them. That’s right; Ken's "Ha-dou-ken!" and Guile's "Sonic Boom" can be heard once again. But for whatever reason, the magic behind the series just isn't quite there for me...

Dracula: Path of the Dragon – Part 2

By |2011-07-10T23:16:22-05:00March 10, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Part 2 of Dracula: The Path of the Dragon came out earlier this week. After playing the first portion of this adventure game, I have to say I was very anxious to continue the story. Part 1 of my review is already up and you can find it here. Suffice to say, the first part was a fairly brilliant adventure game and included tremendous spoken dialog. The second portion costs a bit more at $1.99 (the first is $.99) and feels a bit shorter than the first but honestly, it does not disappoint.

Ragdoll Blaster 2

By |2011-07-11T00:36:27-05:00March 8, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Ragdoll Blaster 2 is the iPhone/iPod Touch follow up to iPhone Gamer Blog’s 2009 Game of the Year, Ragdoll Blaster. Suffice to say, there was a tremendous amount of interest in the sequel on our team. Every screenshot, every blip of news that came out, we were all over it. When the game officially came out on March 1st, it was like Christmas morning...

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Alice in Wonderland

By |2011-07-10T23:16:34-05:00March 6, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

This is not your mom's Alice in Wonderland. This is a game based on a very old story that has been through the mind of Tim Burton. I'm sure you are familiar with Tim Burton, the director of Batman, Edward Scissorhands, and Beetlejuice, just to name a few. If you know anything about Tim Burton then you know he is a very innovative director that tends to see things in a much bigger, sometimes much scarier way. Alice in Wonderland is no different. The game has a creepy, yet playful vibe that keeps you locked into the game play...

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