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By Brihanna Watson On 6 Nov, 2016 At 06:18 AM | Categorized As Android, Featured, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Mobile games have come a long way with almost anything you can imagine available at your fingertips in the app stores. Fantasy MMO games aren’t anything new, but bring not only a challenge of a game, but a social aspect that keeps players coming back. Bringing this to Android is Villagers & Heroes 3D MMO […]

By Simon Burns On 11 Jul, 2016 At 12:00 PM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Rawr Messenger represents an underused method of chat on mobile, and brings a whole new dimension to chat rooms. 3D avatars are the order of the day here, and luckily, they are done really well in Rawr. Looking very much like Microsoft’s Xbox Avatars, these 3D characters are far more involved and central to the […]

By Simon Burns On 11 Sep, 2013 At 05:29 PM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 2 Comments

This unassuming little game, tucked away deep within the App Store, is actually a pretty good game, and can be classed as a ‘hidden gem’ of the iPhone. The game puts you in control of a massive red fire truck, and sets you the task of driving this beast across a city to a fire, […]

By Leon Harvey On 7 Jun, 2013 At 12:47 AM | Categorized As Android, Featured Reviews, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Space Eon 3D for Android is a strangely addictive title that will maybe not immediately blow you away with its quality, but still magaes to sneak up on you and show you how addictive it actually is. A 3D, into the screen space based shooter, Space Eon reminds me of the old Amiga game Stardust, […]

By Simon Burns On 13 Feb, 2012 At 03:02 PM | Categorized As Android, News | With 0 Comments

Game developer A10 have launched their latest game, Crash Drive 3D, onto the Android Market. Created using the impressive Unity engine, the game looks really good, with a chunky and solid feel to the graphics. A driving game, Crash Drive 3D is all based around pulling ridiculous stunts around crazy obstacle courses, and in our […]

By Simon Burns On 30 Dec, 2011 At 05:57 PM | Categorized As Android, Featured, Reviews | With 2 Comments

Now, one of the very best thing about the Android OS is its ability to have the GUI customised to almost any degree. The standard, vanilla Android look can be changed in nearly every way, from top to bottom, and many manufacturers take advantage of this by including their own custom take on Android, usually […]

By Simon Burns On 17 Nov, 2011 At 11:50 AM | Categorized As News | With 0 Comments

We have only just reviewed 3D Pixel Racing and Kyotokei and they have already been updated, with both being upgraded to version 1.1. 3D Pixel Racing has had a few extras added, such as brand new touch controls that we requested in our review, a new option to disable horizon tilt, improved shadows and other […]

By Simon Burns On 14 Nov, 2011 At 05:43 PM | Categorized As Featured, iPhone, Reviews | With 0 Comments

This is an interesting release from Vidia, a full 3D racing game with a visual style that looks like an old 2D pixel game has been blown into the modern age. It is an interesting look, almost like a racing version of Minecraft and I believe this direction is an unqualified success, visually. It gives […]

By Simon Burns On 6 Jun, 2011 At 03:30 PM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 1 Comment

No this isn’t a game about someone watching 3DTV while inebriated on certain substances, but a casual puzzle game set in the stone age. The game is fairly good, and literally does what it sets out to do, that is to create the template for a decent puzzle game that plays well and has a […]

By Simon Burns On 26 Apr, 2011 At 10:22 PM | Categorized As iPhone, News | With 0 Comments

3Dgraphix have just let us know that an update to their puzzle game, Stoned 3D, has now been released in the App Store. Version 1.1.1 brings quite a few improvements, in the developers own words: – Made the game suitable even for small children by removing the splatter – Handling of the game board is […]

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