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Puzzle Love Review

If a puzzle lover could love puzzles, how many puzzles could a puzzle lover love? You can find out in "Puzzle Love," Naked Apps' free - for now - gift to puzzle lovers. Oh, by the way -- there's a link to a free iPad contest at the end of our review!
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First Look: The Dark Meadow, New Trailer & Concept Art!

You don't even need all the fingers of one hand to count the number of genuinely scary survival horror games on iOS. Let's see, we've got Dead Space, Prisoner 84, and... that's about it really. As a big fan of the genre, I'm really, really hoping I'll be able to add Phosphor Games' The Dark Meadow to that list when it arrives on the App Store early next month

Retromite Interview

This time we sit down for an in-depth electronic chat with Retromite's two-man crew: Gregg Williams and Kawe Weissi-Zadeh. Like many game industry veterans they've teamed up for a journey back to their creative roots, adding fuel to the retro fire sweeping through the App Store!

Hands-On Preview: Anthill

We'll say it again: we prefer not to make predictions at the preview stage. But doggone it if some developers don't make it so easy! Fans of Castle Defense and Real-Time Strategy games will be marching to the beat of Image & Form's "Anthill" when it releases in early October, because this ain't your average genre offering!
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Another World: 20th Anniversary Edition Review

The appeal of "Another World" has definitely survived the decades - and the porting process - but a steep interface learning curve and low content-to-price ratio will still turn some players off. If you're a big fan of action games or logic puzzles and missed it the first time(s) around, however, you owe it to yourself to experience "Another World" at least once.

Tiny Defense Review

"Tiny Defense" may not bring much innovation to the Castle Defense genre, but it's got more units and content than you can shake a robotic stick at. This is one that will underwhelm the genre fan at first, but you might be surprised at how much it grows on you if you give it a chance!

The iFriday Roundup, No. 10

It's Freebie Friday at the App Store! As this article goes live, there could be just minutes left before they expire, so act quickly! If you miss these, not to worry -- there's still ample chance to win some awesome titles in the #WEEKENDIOSAPPALOOZA!

Stardash Review

Aha, I think I've cracked the recipe OrangePixel used for creating "Stardash." It goes something like this. Step 1: start with "Super Mario Bros." Step 2: take away everything that helped Mario survive, and see how the player does. Needless to say, you'll want to go into this platformer with a tough-as-nails attitude!
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iWordJuggle Review

Adopting a less is more approach to the word game genre, Roland Leth’s iWordJuggle eschews fancy schmancy graphics, forced time limits, and other unnecessary bells and whistles in favor of a polished, sophisticated aesthetic and gimmick-free gameplay. Is it mind-blowingly exciting? Well, no, but that’s sort of the point...

Hands-On Preview: Don’t Run With a Plasma Sword

Hot on the heels of FatCow Games' "Idyllic," XperimentalZ Games is sprinting toward the finish line of yet another project that injects some depth into the side-scrolling genre. Oh, did we mention this one has lightsabers? Naturally we sought a hands-on preview when we found out that little detail!
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Idyllic Review

It's such a breath of fresh air to find an infinite side-scroller that doesn't feel like "Robot Unicorn Attack" or "Canabalt" all over again! But do the developers meet their stated goal of unifying casual and hardcore appeal, or fall just short of it?