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By Simon Burns On 19 May, 2011 At 11:51 PM | Categorized As Reviews, Windows Phone | With 2 Comments

Pac-Man is one of the most recognisable characters in gaming, with dozens of spin off games for all manner of formats released since the original hit the arcades. Indeed, you can even buy the original game for WP7 already, albeit at an extortionate price and with little incentive not to just play a free version […]


By Simon Burns On 15 May, 2011 At 03:02 PM | Categorized As Android, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Every weekend, we will be taking a look at a few Android Widgets, which for some are the star of Google’s mobile operating system. They are certainly one of the big differentiating factors between Android and some of the other big players out there, but they are also not infallible. Like other mobile apps, they […]


By Simon Burns On 15 May, 2011 At 12:03 PM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Pocket Pool is an attempt to tailor make a pool game for a small screen. Unlike most pool or snooker games, the developer has not tried to fit a massive table into the game and have complicated 3D cameras to fiddle with to take your shot. No, here the action is viewed from a fixed, […]


By Simon Burns On 14 May, 2011 At 08:03 PM | Categorized As Reviews, Windows Phone | With 0 Comments

Codex is the first Windows phone 7 game we have featured that doesn’t have Xbox Live features, so it’s a given that there are no Xbox achievements and leader boards, and the game is dumped into the ‘other games’ section of you Games tile. However, can Codex manage to rise above all of this and […]


By Samantha Myers On 12 May, 2011 At 09:12 PM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Coin Drop is the best thing to hit the App Store since Peggle was released. When I was first asked to review this game, I immediately thought it was a kids game but how wrong I was. I have now been playing endlessly for hours on end, and to be honest I can’t get enough. […]


By Simon Burns On 10 May, 2011 At 09:24 PM | Categorized As Reviews, Windows Phone | With 2 Comments

When Microsoft first launched it’s Xbox Live Arcade format, there was a rush of retro games ported to it, and although each title featured leaderboards, achievements, HD visuals as well as a complete remake of each game in the package, there was an underlying feel that these games were a little bit of a rip […]


By Simon Burns On 8 May, 2011 At 07:14 PM | Categorized As Android, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Every weekend, we will be taking a look at a few Android Widgets, which for some are the star of Google’s mobile operating system. They are certainly one of the big differentiating factors between Android and some of the other big players out there, but they are also not infallible. Like other mobile apps, they […]


By Simon Burns On 8 May, 2011 At 04:40 PM | Categorized As Android, Reviews | With 1 Comment

Tetris is one of the most phenomenally popular games ever, with hundreds of versions released since the original game hit the Game Boy. Many have tried to alter the experience, or enhance it in some way, with 3D levels, special blocks and modes of every description attempting to do something new with the basic idea. […]


By Simon Burns On 8 May, 2011 At 02:11 PM | Categorized As Reviews, WebOS | With 0 Comments

Those of you who have spent any time, or have owned an iOS device in the past may well know of a popular app named Paper Toss, or any of a dozen like it. Simple, but addictive, the games have long been a staple of the App Store. Indeed, there have also been a couple […]


By Simon Burns On 24 Apr, 2011 At 07:15 PM | Categorized As iPhone, News, Reviews | With 0 Comments

MobiGame have released a brand new game, Bulletproof. The game is released to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Amnesty international, and all of the proceeds will be going straight to the charity. Not only that, but Mobigame developed the game for free. That’s no small thing, as developing a game not only takes money, but […]


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