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By Simon Burns On 18 Nov, 2010 At 02:15 PM | Categorized As iPad, Reviews | With 2 Comments

Chu Chu Rocket was one of the first major console games to ship with an online multiplayer mode, and as such, was an important game for Sega when it launched it’s online enabled Dreamcast console. Sega thought it was so important it shipped the quirky game with the console for free in some regions, with […]


By Leon Harvey On 17 Nov, 2010 At 04:29 PM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 2 Comments

Doomsday.. In the year 2012, a deadly virus has wiped out most  of mankind. Society as we know it has been reduced to nothing more than an unpopulated wasteland, where mankind has no choice but to fight for scraps to survive. Shopping malls, gone..  McDonalds, all of em, gone.. all you have is just the […]


By Samantha Myers On 15 Nov, 2010 At 04:38 PM | Categorized As iPad, Reviews | With 2 Comments

Is Cut The Rope HD swinging strongly or is it just hanging by a thread? Released by Chillingo, it’s a simple little game, but then so are many of the best casual games on the App Store. There’s a little croc like monster named Om Nom who is hungry and wants to eat all the candy […]


By Simon Burns On 14 Nov, 2010 At 11:10 AM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 2 Comments

Duke Nukem and Serious Sam have got a lot to answer for.  Swearing, extreme violence and terrible one liners are some of their crimes, but perhaps the biggest is the fact that their antics have led to the birth of the ultimate amalgamation of the two: Barry Steakfries. Barry stars in Age of Zombies, a […]


By Simon Burns On 14 Nov, 2010 At 11:35 AM | Categorized As Reviews, WebOS | With 2 Comments

Astraware, the British mobile app developer and publisher responsible for a whole host of decent games over the years, have recently started to become very prolific in their support for Palm’s webOS platform. From Astraware Boardgames to OddBlob and Police Range, the releases have come thick and fast, and the latest to emerge from their […]


By Simon Burns On 14 Nov, 2010 At 11:41 AM | Categorized As Reviews, WebOS | With 2 Comments

I remember the first time I ever saw an iPhone running in front of me. I was stunned. The way the OS added that ‘bounce’ to the UI movements, coupled with the touchscreen’s responsibility, gave the most simple of actions, such as sliding the browser around a feeling that here was an almost ‘magical’ device.(Note […]


By Leon Harvey On 14 Nov, 2010 At 11:15 AM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 1 Comment

Now..I don’t know about you people out there, but sometimes a good RPG game can be just the thing in which to spend the next few hours of your life, a real change of pace from other genres. And most of us are no strangers to sci-fi shoot em ups, so if you are partial […]


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