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Par Out Golf Review

Let's be honest, for many Golf isn't an appealing sport. While it is competitive and very interesting, the mental endurance required to follow a game isn't something the average sports-fan possesses. Thankfully then, titles such as Par Out Golf allow us to us enjoy the finer points of a game of golf without the need for superhuman patience. Or hideous plaid trousers.

I Found You Review

Fans of traditionally psychology-heavy Japanese horror might plunge into this one expecting "The Ring" in game form, but it shares a little more in common with American slasher films for better or worse. The intriguing mix of survival horror and maze puzzles, now, that's worth sticking around for!

First Look: SHADOWGUN & New Video Footage!

Wow. Just... wow. Shadowgun, Madfinger Games' eagerly awaited follow-up to the critically lauded Samurai II: Vengeance, looks like all kinds of awesome. Madfinger are promising this Unity Engine-powered third-person shooter will usher in "a new visual standard for handheld gaming," and having just watched a brief video clip of the upcoming title in action, I'm inclined to believe them.

Arno the Hunter Review

Part fish, part armadillo, all hunter. One can only guess at what Arno is, what he's hunting exactly, or why, although the High Score meter makes it clear he's doing it for sport! He stars in a lovingly crafted indigenous take on classic arcade shooters, its one flaw being that there simply isn't more on offer.
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Jungle Games Review

If you ask me, Match-3 games are stuck in a bit of a monkey see, monkey do rut, with most tending to stick closely to the tried and tested grid-based, jewel bustin' format. Thankfully, indie developers Koordinauten GmbH rip up the rulebook for Jungle Games...
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Izar Review

SVP Mobile serves up more of the same, which is sure to be a good thing for fans of its previous products but a cautionary tale for RPG fans who go in expecting an innovative genre entry.

Demolition Dash HD Review

Dreamfab doesn't mess around. They don't tease you, tempt you or keep you hanging around waiting for the action to ensue. And from the word go, it's blatantly obvious Demolition Dash HD is gonna be a very special experience...

Mystic Forest Review

Like the eyeball-equipped flora that populate it, Mystic Forest is an eccentric creature indeed. It's certainly not without its flaws at present, but worth a look if you could go for a puzzle-adventure and don't mind putting on some platforming shoes.
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Blupt! Review

Blupt! is an ambitious little game. In an App Store chock-full of Angry Birds and Cut The Rope rehashes and reiterations, refreshingly, for this physics puzzler, Unboring SL has come up with an interesting new gameplay formula! Do these innovative ideas succeed, or make things overly complicated? Read on to find out! *burp*
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Diversion Review

No interface? No problem! After learning how limited the player's input options are in the Edis Brothers' "Diversion," I went in determined to loathe it. Instead, after a few hours leaping, sliding, shimmying, gliding and climbing through its levels, I came out on the other side a firm believer. Behold the running game to end all running games!

Noty & Moky Review

Here's a game that tries hard to emulate the things we all love about titles like WarioWare or the Mario Party series, where you engage in a large and diverse range of "micro games". Something we don't see very often on iOS...

Brave Code Hands-On Preview

Lakoo, perhaps best known for the MMORPG "Empire Online," is trying its hand at an iOS exclusive, single-player Action RPG with the upcoming "Brave Code." Lakoo was generous enough to let our grubby little hands near a preview build, and take it from us: this is one to watch if you're looking for an Action RPG that completely shakes up the traditional genre formula!