Slingshot Safari

By |2011-07-10T23:06:28-05:00July 22, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Slingshot Safari is surprisingly fun. In fact, it’s really wonderful and I guarantee would be a huge hit with any kids you have. The colors, the animals and even the sound and music are all of the highest quality. I say surprising because of the mechanics of its gameplay is completely based upon pulling back a slingshot and shooting some prey (don’t worry, no blood and no real animals killed). However, due to the diversity and settings, this simple gameplay never gets boring. In fact, the main problem with Slingshot Safari is that it ends too soon...


By |2011-07-10T23:07:35-05:00July 6, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Having played a lot of games on the iPhone and iPod Touch, I am always surprised when I find a game that can be entirely unique and stand out from the crowd. Bowmaster meets both criteria and left me wondering why no developer had thought of a game like it before. Nevertheless, iOccam has come up with a great idea and better yet, delivers an excellent game...


By |2011-07-10T23:09:13-05:00June 22, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Jake is known throughout the god-fearing world as what game they have to play when they are bad. Or at least it should be. While the basic gameplay itself isn't too offensive, albeit extremely repetitive, the sound as well as the lack of any innovation causes this game to be more annoying than fun...

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Phoenix Spirit

By |2011-07-10T23:09:22-05:00June 18, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Filled with detailed exploration, secret powers, a host of assorted enemies and maze-like puzzles, Phoenix Spirit is the latest adventure release from Spearhead Entertainment. Utilizing an interesting tilt-based control system, players embark on a journey to save the Mother Tree from losing its life force and perishing, much to the dismay of our flying squirrel hero. Designed in a similar style to classics such as Metroid or Castlevania, Phoenix Spirit is decent, but falls short of the games it attempts to emulate...

Black Tie Adventure

By |2011-07-10T23:10:07-05:00June 11, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Black Tie Adventure is a 2D platformer that has you, the protagonist, trying to save his abducted soon to be wife. The name Black Tie Adventure comes from the fact that you were standing at the altar, waiting to say the I Do's in your wedding best when the aforementioned abduction occurs. Since you hadn't officially sealed the deal on the wedding night, your character is extremely interested in getting his lost fiancée back...


By |2011-07-10T23:10:22-05:00June 4, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Sorter is a fast paced puzzle game where you must drag colored disks to their matching color corral. It sounds really easy doesn’t it? It’s not. As soon as you think you’ve got the hang of it, you make a mental mistake and drag a red disk into the blue corral...

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Fantasy Date

By |2011-07-10T23:10:33-05:00June 2, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Fantasy Date is an odd one. Basically it is a game that revolves around a subject that App Store developers can never really deliver to you on your iPhone; sex. At the end of a date, you leave without getting what you knew you couldn’t have all along. When it doesn’t happen, it’s a bit disappointing but the ride to the end isn’t too bad if you’re into pretty girls, dating shows or just enjoy a bit of tongue in cheek humor...

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Jump O’Clock

By |2011-07-10T23:10:38-05:00June 2, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Low priced, seeming endless randomized game content, multiple challenge modes, and a bouncing hero by the name of Leo all for $0.99? That’s just some of what you can expect from Jump O’Clock. With his magnetic boots and super jumping ability, Leo climbs the endless clock tower while avoiding fire, blades, steam, and other obstacles. An entertaining and possibly addictive title, Glu Mobile ratchets up the value with their latest game...

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