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By Simon Burns On 9 Dec, 2010 At 11:39 PM | Categorized As iPad, Reviews | With 2 Comments

Every successful gaming platform that has ever been plugged into a wall, from the ancient NES to the PlayStaton 3, has had that one title that made people sit up and take notice. Infinity Blade, from Epic Games’ subsidiary Chair, is that game for Apple’s iPad. The game is best described as a sword fighting […]


By Simon Burns On 7 Dec, 2010 At 08:02 PM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 1 Comment

It’s December, and the holiday season has rolled around again, and with it a slew of apps on the App Store dedicated to the season of goodwill. Family Christmas Quiz Pack, from Gok Games, is just one such app vying for your attention this Christmas. So, is this app the gift that keeps on giving, […]


By Simon Burns On 6 Dec, 2010 At 11:42 PM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 2 Comments

During the course of this review, dear reader, I promise to make an effort to reduce the bad fish puns as much as possible, but understand that to have none at all would be impossible. Right, now that’s out of the way, let’s start the review and have a halibut time (sorry). Angry Fish World […]


By Simon Burns On 5 Dec, 2010 At 09:53 PM | Categorized As iPad, Reviews | With 2 Comments

Lemmings was an all time classic, and is still spawning clones to this day. Practically every modern platform has a version or update of the classic save ’em Amiga game, and the iPad is no different. Many of the clones are worthless releases, offering little new to the genre save for new graphics or a […]


By Simon Burns On 4 Dec, 2010 At 11:40 PM | Categorized As iPad, Reviews | With 2 Comments

There is a lot to be said for 3D graphics. Modern games are judged on the quality of their 3D engines, some of which game bring environments to life, with believable characters exploring realistic landscapes in an attempt to keep reality suspended for as long as possible and entice the player into the polygonal, texture […]


By Simon Burns On 4 Dec, 2010 At 11:56 PM | Categorized As Reviews, WebOS | With 2 Comments

Games like N.O.V.A have proven that decent first person shooters can be made for smart phones, with good controls married to things like sensible enemy placement used to work around the innate limitations of the control format. Unfortunately, Welcome to Hell, a spin on the popular zombie survivor format, does not follow the path of […]


By Simon Burns On 2 Dec, 2010 At 04:43 PM | Categorized As iPad, iPhone, Reviews | With 2 Comments

The game that started out as a bonus game in Project Gotham Racing 2 for the Xbox arrives on iOS as a universal app, and in some style. This is the game that sparked the recent wave of ‘twin stick’ shooters, named so as you simply control your ships movement on a top-down 2D plane […]


By Simon Burns On 1 Dec, 2010 At 11:09 PM | Categorized As Android, Reviews | With 1 Comment

Sometimes you need to play a game that is all about blazing guns, big explosions and little else. For your intrepid reviewer, Sky Force Reloaded fitted the bill, because its all about killing things. Scratch that, Sky Force Reloaded is all about killing a lot of things. A top down scrolling traditional shoot ’em up, […]


By Simon Burns On 30 Nov, 2010 At 10:53 PM | Categorized As iPad, iPhone, News | With 2 Comments

Infinity Blade, the incredible looking action RPG will be released for iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone as a universal app on December 9th. Announced via it’s Twitter page, the game will not run on anything less than an iPhone 3GS or 3rd generation iPod. Created using Epic Games’ Unreal Engine, the game has been developed […]


By Simon Burns On 29 Nov, 2010 At 11:32 PM | Categorized As iPad, iPhone, Reviews | With 2 Comments

Sometimes, all you need when playing a game is to be able to switch off and relax. To let yourself enter that Zen-like state where you are concentrating but relaxing at the same time, playing a game, getting somewhere in the game but also able to think about other things. It’s almost like being able […]


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