By |2011-07-10T23:04:15-05:00August 23, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

A jigsaw puzzle on an iPhone? Check. A well made jigsaw puzzle game for the iPhone? Check again. Somehow d' ART combines interesting paintings/drawings with a fantastic interface to make a great jigsaw puzzle game for your iPhone despite the devices lacking screen real estate. In fact, the interface works so well that it almost makes the jigsaw puzzles too easy to solve...

Ninja Chicken

By |2011-07-10T23:04:39-05:00August 13, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

40 levels, 8 stages, 4 difficulty levels, head to head mode, ranking systems, and unlockable achievements are all part of the latest title from Kongzhong Corporation’s, Ninja Chicken. Sounds pretty promising, right? Well, unless sorting samurai chickens into their corresponding color coded squares is your idea of a whopping great time, this one falls flat pretty quickly...

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Rocket Boy 2D

By |2011-07-10T23:05:02-05:00August 12, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

2D platformer’s have made a comeback on the iPhone and iPod Touch platform in recent years. That is in part due to the iPhone's lack of physical buttons and small screen size. That being said, I don't see it as a negative. Especially when they are made as well as Rocketboy 2D. This game, created by indie dev, PowPowGames, really came out of nowhere and once again proves that an indie developer with a few resources and a talented team can make a really solid game...

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By |2011-07-10T23:05:40-05:00July 29, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

If you have read any of my previous reviews dealing with matching games, you know that I usually don't care for them. In fact, Match 3 and 4 games are the bane of my existence. That's why it’s so surprising when a game like Flipstones comes around. Though there is a great deal of matching to do, the unique way you do it makes it a great deal of fun. Unfortunately, this game is not without its problems...

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The Gravedigger

By |2011-07-10T23:05:45-05:00July 28, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Townsfolk versus Zombies. Mild mannered people pitted against the rotting carrion of the undead. Grab the nearest torch or club and prepare to smash the enemy while defending the leader of your group in this latest mobile title from Behold Studios. The Gravedigger allows players to choose their team and enter the trenches of a local town to wage war in a real time strategy format. Although not without a couple hiccups, this is a decent breakthrough into the genre which actually dares to venture past the landlocked tower defense setup...

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Malum Umbra

By |2011-07-10T23:06:34-05:00July 21, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Malum Umbra is one spooky, unusual ride. The name alone should tell you something about this game, it’s unique and its developers don't care how hard it is to market on the App Store. Just kidding guys. But in all seriousness, this is an indie developed 3d first person shoot...well not exactly shooter that looks great and has nice controls. The music, though overused, is absolutely stunning...

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By |2011-07-10T23:07:40-05:00July 6, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

The key to any great strategy game is that once it hooks you, a new challenge begins: the battle to stop playing! Who hasn’t strategically kept a Word document a mouse-click away to hide a tense round of Tetris when the boss walks by? Or couldn’t stop seeing Minesweeper flags surround the characters of The Hurt Locker? And admit it, the only reason you stay in touch so well with grandma is to own her ass in online Mahjong! Just me…?

Beast Flyers

By |2011-07-10T23:08:04-05:00June 30, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Beast Flyers is an action RPG where the object of the game is to gather the shattered pieces of the Crystal of Eternal Aura. The problem is that when the crystal broke, the animal spirits of energy escaped. As a Beast Flyer, your responsibility is to fight the evil spirits and collect the crystal pieces...

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