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By Simon Burns On 6 Sep, 2011 At 04:36 PM | Categorized As Featured, iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Rogue Sky is a captivating flying arcade game recently published by Chillingo and the debut title from Dutch indie developer Pebble Bug Studios. Players must navigate a hot air balloon through beautiful hand-drawn graphics rendered in 3D creating a great visual experience. The game’s controls are very simple, you steer the balloon with two buttons […]


By Simon Burns On 6 Sep, 2011 At 11:01 AM | Categorized As Featured, Reviews, Windows Phone | With 0 Comments

The guys over at Nice Touch Games don’t seem to need to sleep. Barely a month has passed since we reviewed their excellent puzzle game, Crazy Horses and we are already sitting down to review the follow-up. The game is a prequel to the original Crazy Horses and tells the story of just how there […]


By Oliver Stockley On 4 Sep, 2011 At 08:10 PM | Categorized As Featured, iPhone, Reviews | With 2 Comments

Anomaly Warzone Earth ($1.99) is truly a game changer – never before has a tower defense game been this offensive. In a unique twist on the tower defense genre, the app has you playing as the attacker, crawling your way through mazes of alien turrets in a battle to survive. As you dodge bullets, switching […]


By Simon Burns On 3 Sep, 2011 At 07:44 PM | Categorized As Featured, Interviews, iPad, iPhone | With 1 Comment

Alistair Aitcheson is an independent developer making games for iPhone and iPad. He released Greedy Bankers on iPad this year and is about to release Greedy Bankers vs The World, a sequel on iPad. We reviewed the original game here and loved it, so we thought we would get the lowdown on the new game […]


By Oliver Stockley On 2 Sep, 2011 At 02:42 PM | Categorized As Featured, iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Whenever I can, I complete an app before reviewing it, allowing me as fully formed an opinion of it as possible. But occasionally, a game contains too much content for me to be able to cover it entirely before reviewing it. Riot Rings ($0.99) is one such game, an accessible bubble popper/marble-shooter inspired by the […]


By Simon Burns On 31 Aug, 2011 At 07:55 PM | Categorized As Featured, iPhone, Reviews | With 2 Comments

Strapped To A Meteor’s DEO is a rather dark departure from the company’s first game, Go Go Giraffe. DEO is a strategical platformer with a unique gloomy artistic style and haunting soundtrack that would feel right at home in a Tim Burton film. Players take on the role of DEO, an altruistic red ball with […]


By Simon Burns On 30 Aug, 2011 At 03:03 PM | Categorized As Featured, iPad, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Now, this is a golden oldie. Defender of the Crown was the killer app for the Amiga, a graphical showpiece so impressive that it helped convert a lot of eager users to Commodore’s brand spanking new platform. So, can Defender of the Crown impress as much as it did upon its original release in this […]


By Brihanna Watson On 27 Aug, 2011 At 04:03 PM | Categorized As Featured, iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

App Junkie is a regular feature where Brihanna Watson, self-confessed app junkie, takes a look at an app that has got her attention. She will dissect the app in her own style, but still keep to the rigorous testing policy of the site. If you are indeed an ‘app junkie’, and find yourself spending an […]


By Simon Burns On 26 Aug, 2011 At 12:55 PM | Categorized As Featured, iPad, Reviews | With 0 Comments

It isn’t often that an app can make you jump out of your skin, but Slice HD is one such app. A fear inducing, edge of your seat finger twister, this horror puzzle game is strictly for those without a faint heart. The premise is simple. All you have to do is to move some […]


By Simon Burns On 25 Aug, 2011 At 08:40 PM | Categorized As Featured, iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

What do you get if you cross James Bond with Jerry of Tom and Jerry fame? Spy Mouse, a spy thriller with a hint of Flight Control is Firemint latest, but is it their greatest? Well, the short answer is yes, it is. Although not as technically stunning as Real Racing or as original and […]


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