By |2011-07-10T23:02:21-05:00December 15, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

A recreation of a 1930’s pinball classic, Ballywoo attempts a digital interpretation of one of the first mass produced pinball machines in existence. Published by Vision Thing and available in the iTunes Store for $0.99, this is a stripped down, back to basics app which loses any of the filler and simply delivers the advertised product, Ballywoo. Forget about all of the bells and whistles on contemporary pinball, million point bonuses, and insane, other worldly story lines, this is something lifted right out of history...

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Ninja Junk Punch

By |2011-07-10T23:02:29-05:00December 7, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Does everyone remember Punch Out? The fond memories should come rushing back, as people mashed buttons for hours on end with the now dust covered NES system while struggling to take down the next opponent. Take the layout of the original boxing classic, transform it into a humorous samurai story, add in horrendous gameplay, a nonsensical training system, and enemies which are completely impossible to beat, and you’ve landed smack dab onto Ninja Junk Punch.

Sushi Boy

By |2011-07-10T23:02:35-05:00December 1, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

A relatively simple construct, Japanese inspired animation, arcade style gameplay, bouncy music, and sushi falling from the sky? Yes, these are your primary ingredients from Wefiends’ latest mobile creation, Sushi Boy. Packed with lightning quick playing speeds, upgrades, and achievements, this is a highly simple, yet effectively executed title which aims to trap players into some entertaining, speedy action.

Baseball Superstars 2011

By |2011-07-10T23:02:53-05:00November 5, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Am I embarrassed that over the last week I have played Baseball Superstars 2011 for 8 hours? A little. Regardless, I had a heck of a lot of fun. If you aren't familiar with the Baseball Superstars series and you are a fan of baseball, you have been missing out. The past 2 iterations of the series were a fantastic time waster filled with fun. This version improves the series in almost every way for a mere $5. You owe it to Gamevil and to yourself to pick up this title and start having fun...

Deadliest Catch

By |2011-07-10T23:03:08-05:00October 7, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

The Time Bandit, Northwestern, Wizard, Cornelia Marie and company are all on hand for Hands-On Mobile’s adaptation of Discovery Channel’s Deadliest Catch. From throwing the hook to stocking up on various bait and equipment, this takes gamers from Dutch Harbor to the freezing, unforgiving Bering Sea while on the quest for King and Opilio crab. Even though you won’t quite feel the stinging cold ocean wind, the only aspect from the series this title seems to be missing is Mike Rowe’s near-perfect narration...

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